NOTEBOOK: Whittier Christian athletes make college choices

Carl Hudson, left, signs his letter of intent to play baseball at San Diego Christian University and Ben White signs a letter of intent to attend Whittier College for Track and Cross Country during a celebration at Whittier Christian High School in La Habra on Tuesday March 28, 2017. (Photo by Keith Durflinger/Whittier Daily News/SCNG)

By Stephen Ramirez
Whittier Christian High School athletes Carl Hudson and Ben White made their college decisions Tuesday, each signing letter of intents in a ceremony at the La Habra school.
Hudson will play baseball at NAIA San Diego Christian and White will run cross country for Whittier College.
Hudson plays three positions for the Heralds, helping them to a 9-7 record this season. He has seen time at catcher, first base and in the outfield.
San Diego Christian (12-14, 7-11) competes in the Golden State Athletic Conference.
White was one of the top runners in the area last season, placing 30th in Division 5 at the CIF State championships in Fresno. He had a time of 16 minutes, 41.2 seconds. He was 13th at 15:50 at the CIF Southern Section finals.
Whittier College competes in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
Alyssa Martin Del Campo and Cierra Amarillas-Salazar, key members of the Cantwell-Sacred Heart of Mary softball team made their college choices Wednesday, each signing with Benedictine University of Mesa, Arizona in a ceremony at the Montebello school.
CSHM is 5-6 this season.
Pioneer will host its alumni baseball game at 11 on Saturday.
Former Titan players are asked to call coach Bobby Ramirez at (951) 751-0080.
La Mirada, which was 9-2 heading into a Suburban League game at Artesia on Wednesday, is the lone area team in this week’s CIF-SS baseball rankings. The Matadores, who will compete in next month’s Boras Classic in Orange County, are No. 3 in Division 2.
La Habra, after losing to Valencia, dropped to No. 7 in the Division 1 softball rankings. Other area teams ranked are La Mirada and California, who are Nos. 7 and 8, respectively, in Division 3, and Schurr, which is No. 3 in Division 6.
Whittier Christian is No. 8 in Division 4 in boys volleyball.

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