Chancellors Come Into New Year
With 2014 Success
After reaching the Los Angeles City D1 championship game for the fourth time in the last six seasons, the postseason honors were plentiful for the Chancellors. The Chancellors finished 28-6-1 and ranked No. 25 in the state by Max Preps and High School Sports Daily.
Riley Conlan was selected West Valley League co-player of the year and Tommy Palomera was selected WVL co-pitcher of the year. First-team WVL honors went to John Cashman, Josh Garcia, Garrett Kueber, Sam Shaikin, Jake Ryan and Jeryd Reuss.
Conlan, Palomera and Ryan were selected to the All-City first team, and Reuss and Shaikin were selected to the second team.
Conlan, Palomera and Shaikin received nominations for the CalHi Sports all-state team.
Palomera was selected the CalHi Sports state freshman of the year (the second Chancellor to win the award after Matt Dominguez in 2004) and was selected to the Max Preps 2014 underclass All-American team.
Conlan, Kueber, Jake Ryan and Tyler Ryan were selected to play in the City Section versus Southern Section All-Star game.
Garcia and Shaikin were selected to participate in the Area Code games.
Conlan, Kueber, Alex DeVito and Michael Baregamyan will play next season at Moorpark College. Jake Ryan and Tyler Ryan will play at College of the Canyons.
Shaikin signed a letter of intent with Division 1 Valparaiso.
Meusborn Returns as Chancellors Coach
August 13, 2014
Tom Meusborn, who took over the Chatsworth baseball program in 1990 and turned it into a perennial national powerhouse, returned as coach.
In 24 seasons, Meusborn had a record of 619-127-4, the best all-time in the state for a coach with 100 victories or more, and 67-16 in the playoffs. He guided the Chancellors to eight City Section and 19 West Valley League titles. The Chancellors appeared in a record seven consecutive City championship games from 2003 to 2009. His eight City titles are the most by a coach.
Meusborn led Chatsworth to a 33-1 record in 2003 and a 35-0 mark in 2004. The Chancellors were selected mythical national champions both seasons by several publications.
In 2011, Baseball America selected Chatsworth as the best high school program in the nation over the previous decade.