GLENDALE — It was a resurgent campaign in the Pacific League for the Crescenta Valley High baseball team in 2010.
After rallying for a third-place finish the previous season, the Falcons remained in the thick of the league-title chase up until the final week of this season before finishing a solid second behind Arcadia, which accounted for two of the Falcons' three league losses.
Crescenta Valley (19-7, 11-3 in league) landed three players on the all-league first team — more than any other team — in sophomore pitcher Elliott Surrey, sophomore right fielder Troy Mulcahey and sophomore pitcher Nate Rousey.
"When I go to an all-league meeting, I'm only gonna nominate guys I think are deserving," Crescenta Valley Coach Phil Torres said. "If you get all-league from Crescenta Valley High, it means it's something you really deserved."
Surrey went 6-2 with a save, 55 strikeouts and a 1.02 earned-run average and was even better in league, going 5-0 with an ERA of 0.58.