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2024 Team Preview: Corona Del Mar

New Episode LIVE now! - At The Yard PodcastThe 2024 California high school baseball season is quickly approaching and, as usual, excitement is abound throughout the state. Players and coaches have been working in preparation for the upcoming season and, as is the case each year, there are some very talented players and teams across California.Teams across the state have goals and aspirations to finish their seasons in ...

New Episode LIVE now! - At The Yard Podcast

The 2024 California high school baseball season is quickly approaching and, as usual, excitement is abound throughout the state. Players and coaches have been working in preparation for the upcoming season and, as is the case each year, there are some very talented players and teams across California.

Teams across the state have goals and aspirations to finish their seasons in their respective CIF Section Championship Game, but there is plenty of work to be done before that becomes reality. We hope to familiarize our readers with many of the teams across the state as we preview individual teams across California. We will take you right up to first pitch this season with these team previews, eventually releasing our Preseason Power 25 rankings that’ll carry us into the opening week of action and the Third Annual Prep Baseball California Spring Invitational.

Please keep checking back throughout the season as we will be your one-stop shop for everything related to high school baseball across California. Each week we will be releasing our Power 25, Players of the Week, Diamond Notes, Podcasts and much more.

Our 2024 season coverage continues today.

High School: Corona Del Mar Sea KingsHead Coach: Kevin McCaffreyCIF Section: CIF-SS, Division 2Conference League: Sunset - Wave2023 Record: 13-14-1, 3-6Team X Handle: @CDMBaseball

Team Strengths: A deep pitching staffNo. of Returning Starters: 5No. of Returning Pitchers: 2Areas of Improvement: Finding ways to score runs

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+ ‘24 RHP Nick Salmon - UC-Santa Barbara

TOP UNCOMMITTED SENIORS

+ ‘24 C Dillon Lane+ ‘24 OF Carter Danz

TOP UNCOMMITTED JUNIORS

+ ‘25 INF/RHP Vince Menard+ ‘25 LHP Brady Andrews+ ‘25 OF/RHP Marcello Anelli+ ‘25 OF Brady Gadol

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Class of 2026

+ ‘26 LHP Stevie Jones+ ‘26 RHP Ben Stone

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Things are looking up for Corona Del Mar in the 2024 season, as the Sea Kings return a plethora of prospects after hanging around the .500 record for a majority of the past year. It starts with their leader and ace of the bunch in ‘24 RHP Nick Salmon, who will be taking his talents to UC-Santa Barbara once he graduates this upcoming spring.

Surrounding him is their third year catcher ‘24 Dillon Lane—anchoring the dish once again for one of the favorites in the Sunset - Wave Conference. ‘25 OF/RHP Marcello Anelli is an athlete to watch out for, as the junior is currently ranked No. 302 in Prep Baseball California’s 2025 rankings. Anelli put up quality numbers in a showcase earlier in his prep career, as he looks to build off of that here in the 2024 season.

A pair of left-handed pitchers in ‘26 Stevie Jones and ‘25 Brady Andrews will round out the pitching staff that looks to guide the Sea Kings to victory. Jones showed well over this past summer on the mound—navigating opponents’ lineups with a mature breaking ball and a little zip on his fastball.

Corona Del Mar and head coach Kevin McCaffery predict to be right in the conversation for a Sunset - Wave title, as the Sea Kings look to make a splash in the Los Angeles area throughout the regular season and beyond.

Coach Kevin McCaffrey’s Expectations: “We are excited about our pitching staff. We are filling a few key positions in the infield. We have a very good three-year starting catcher in Dillon Lane. We will be scrappy on offense. Nick Salmon will lead the pitching staff. Junior LHP - Brady Andrews and sophomore LHP Stevie Jones will be the other two starting pitchers. Vince Menard will lead the team offensively.”

New CA COVID guidance: People can go to school, work if asymptomatic

The California Department of Public Health has updated its COVID-19 guidance for people who have tested positive but are asymptomatic.Under the guidance posted earlier this month, those who are asymptomatic can now continue to go to school and work (though they are expected to mask up).Rebecca Fielding-Miller, a social epidemiologist at UC San Diego, finds that frustrating as a ...

The California Department of Public Health has updated its COVID-19 guidance for people who have tested positive but are asymptomatic.

Under the guidance posted earlier this month, those who are asymptomatic can now continue to go to school and work (though they are expected to mask up).

Rebecca Fielding-Miller, a social epidemiologist at UC San Diego, finds that frustrating as a public health researcher. She said while COVID-19 cases are no longer overwhelming the health care system, the disease is still very infectious.

"One thing that's really important to remember about this virus is: It has a really impressive ability to mutate," Fielding-Miller said. "And so we've seen that people can get infected over and over and over again."

And the constant reinfection increases a person's risk for long COVID, she said.

Another concerning factor for Fielding-Miller is that vaccination rates are also low, especially among children. Only 5% of children under 12 years old have gotten the latest booster.

Despite that, some school districts are starting to adopt the state’s guidance.

In an email to parents, San Diego Unified School District — the largest in the county — said starting Tuesday, people who have tested positive but do not have symptoms may stay at school or work. Students and staff with symptoms can start going to school when they feel better and have been fever-free for 24 hours.

They are no longer required to stay home for five days.

Fielding-Miller said while children don’t get as sick from the virus, the same can’t be said for their parents and grandparents.

“What does this mean for kids who might be vulnerable themselves?" she said. "What does this mean for kids who live with family members who are vulnerable? Does this make schools a less accessible and a less welcoming space?”

The new guidance, however, does not affect health care workers, especially those in hospital settings. They're still expected to stay home for at least five days or until they have tested negative for COVID-19.

Unlike the state, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention still recommends that people isolate for five days after testing positive for COVID-19, regardless of symptoms. The agency said the first five days after infection are the most infectious.

Fielding-Miller said people should follow that advice and mask up, considering the uptick in COVID-19 hospitalizations and cases in San Diego.

Deceleration Lane Coming To Half-Mile Segment Of I-15 In Corona

The $6 million project will add a "deceleration lane" to southbound I-15 between Old Temescal Road and East Ontario Avenue. CORONA, CA — An Inland Empire lawmaker Thursday announced that Caltrans will move forward with reconfiguring a half-mile segment of Interstate 15 in Corona to facilitate safe flows of traffic onto a freeway exit.Assemblyman Bill Essayli, R-Norco, said that months of negotiations between his office and Caltrans officials had netted a positive outcome in the form of a $6 million project to ...

The $6 million project will add a "deceleration lane" to southbound I-15 between Old Temescal Road and East Ontario Avenue.

CORONA, CA — An Inland Empire lawmaker Thursday announced that Caltrans will move forward with reconfiguring a half-mile segment of Interstate 15 in Corona to facilitate safe flows of traffic onto a freeway exit.

Assemblyman Bill Essayli, R-Norco, said that months of negotiations between his office and Caltrans officials had netted a positive outcome in the form of a $6 million project to add a "deceleration lane" to southbound I-15 between Old Temescal Road and East Ontario Avenue.

"This project will help reduce traffic congestion and related collisions in the area — at no additional toll or cost to commuters," Essayli said.

The lawmaker first contacted Caltrans Director Tony Tavares in March regarding the need for changes along the heavily traveled corridor, characterizing I-15 generally as replete with "soul-crushing traffic congestion" during peak travel periods.

Riverside County Board of Supervisors Chairman Kevin Jeffries has described the area as a "parking lot" due to bumper-to-bumper tie-ups most weekdays.

The ensuing talks between Essayli and his staff and Caltrans officials led to the determination that the most pressing need was for the deceleration space.

The segment designated for modification lacks a separate lane where motorists can queue up to exit the freeway, resulting in snarled conditions when southbound commuters are packed onto the artery.

"The safety and operational improvement approved by the California Transportation Commission, coupled with the recently announced project to eliminate the lane drop under the Cajalco Bridge, are going to improve traffic flow and reduce the risk of accidents in this critical corridor," Corona City Councilman Wes Speake said.

"This will make quality of life better for both the citizens of Corona and every hardworking commuter trying to get home to their family. And every car we can keep on the freeway is a car we keep off the streets of Corona."

Essayli said "finding solutions that provide traffic relief is one of the reasons I ran for office."

"My community is plagued with safety issues caused by traffic, and this project will help reduce the dangers and frustrations endured by my constituents traveling through Corona on I-15," he said.

Caltrans will seek bids on the project in the coming months, and after a contract is awarded, road work will get underway, though a specific timeline wasn't available yet.

Is COVID on the rise in California? These 6 counties have it the worst, new data shows

COVID-19 cases across California have risen over the past week, with a handful of counties in the northern part of the state bearing the brunt of the virus.According to data collected by the California Department of Public Health, COVID-19 test positivity was at 9.6% as of Dec. 22.In the past week, California reported 2,839 new hospital admissions due to the novel coronavirus, and about 2%...

COVID-19 cases across California have risen over the past week, with a handful of counties in the northern part of the state bearing the brunt of the virus.

According to data collected by the California Department of Public Health, COVID-19 test positivity was at 9.6% as of Dec. 22.

In the past week, California reported 2,839 new hospital admissions due to the novel coronavirus, and about 2% of deaths that occurred were COVID-related, the state health department reported in the weekly update.

Overall, 1,079 COVID-related deaths were reported in California from Oct. 1 to Dec. 16.

As of Tuesday, data collected by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that parts of California had medium levels of coronavirus-related hospital admissions.

Based on new data on COVID-19 hospital admissions per 100,000 people collected in the past week, these counties have it the worst:

These counties had 10 to 19.9 new coronavirus-related hospital admissions per 100,000 people over the past week, the CDC said.

In the past week, Sacramento, Yolo, Placer and El Dorado counties have had a total of 246 new hospital admissions due to COVID-19. Meanwhile, Mono County and Inyo County each reported five new coronavirus-related hospitalizations during the same time period.

The majority of California remains in low levels, meaning that less than 10 residents per 100,000 have been hospitalized due to COVID-19, according to the data.

High levels would indicate more than 20 residents per 100,000 have hospitalized due to COVID-19. No counties in California have reached this level.

People with COVID-19 have reported a wide range of symptoms, according to the CDC.

Symptoms can appear two to 14 days after exposure.

Possible symptoms include:

However, the CDC states symptoms can vary depending on a person’s vaccination status and can change with new variants.

Some possible symptoms that set COVID-19 apart from other contagious respiratory illnesses include the loss of taste or smell, and nausea or vomiting.

However, you cannot tell the difference between flu and COVID-19, according to the CDC.

“You cannot tell the difference between flu and COVID-19 by symptoms alone because some of the symptoms are the same,” the CDC website states.

The only definite way to know the difference is by testing.

“Some PCR tests can differentiate between flu and COVID-19 at the same time,” the CDC states.

If one of these tests is not available, you can test for flu and COVID-19 separately.

For those displaying possible symptoms, the CDC states you should test immediately.

“If you do not have symptoms but have been exposed to COVID-19, wait at least 5 full days after your exposure before taking a test,” the CDC website states.

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This story was originally published December 26, 2023, 12:36 PM.

In a break with CDC, California quietly changed its Covid isolation guidelines

In California, a person who tests positive for Covid and has no symptoms does not need to isolate, according to new state health guidelines. People who test positive and have mild symptoms, meanwhile, can end isolation once their symptoms improve and they’ve been fever-free for 24 hours without medication — even if that point arrives in less than five days.The California Departm...

In California, a person who tests positive for Covid and has no symptoms does not need to isolate, according to new state health guidelines. People who test positive and have mild symptoms, meanwhile, can end isolation once their symptoms improve and they’ve been fever-free for 24 hours without medication — even if that point arrives in less than five days.

The California Department of Public Health updated the policies earlier this month.

"We are now at a different point in time with reduced impacts from COVID-19 compared to prior years due to broad immunity from vaccination and/or natural infection, and readily available treatments available for infected people," the department said in a news release.

"Our policies and priorities for intervention are now focused on protecting those most at risk for serious illness, while reducing social disruption that is disproportionate to recommendations for prevention of other endemic respiratory viral infections," it added.

The state's guidance differs from that of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which continues to advise people with Covid to stay home for at least five days, regardless of whether they have symptoms.

If symptoms haven’t improved after five days, people should keep isolating until they feel better and have been fever-free for 24 hours, according to the CDC. Many state health departments direct residents to follow the CDC or base their recommendations on the agency's, which have not changed since August 2022.

California isn’t the first state to deviate from the CDC. Since May, the Oregon Health Authority has similarly said that people with Covid don’t need to isolate for a set number of days, but should stay home if they have a fever and avoid contact with high-risk people for 10 days.

California’s policy still asks everyone to wear masks indoors around others for 10 days after their first day of symptoms or positive test, as do Oregon's guidelines.

Several public health experts said the policies balance what scientists know about Covid transmission with people’s growing fatigue of Covid safety measures.

"We have to develop effective, safe ways to live with Covid-19 but not let Covid-19 hijack our life or work anymore," said Chunhuei Chi, a professor of health management and policy at Oregon State University.

"What California and Oregon are doing is not just based on evidence, but they have to consider practicality. What is feasible?" he added.

Even before the policy change, many people in California weren’t testing for Covid — or, if they did test positive, were returning to school or work once they felt better, said Dr. Peter Chin-Hong, an infectious disease expert at the University of California, San Francisco.

"A lot of people are not diagnosing the sniffles anymore," he said.

Dr. Amesh Adalja, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security, said California’s new recommendations are not surprising.

"Over time, it’s always been kind of assumed that Covid-19 guidance would collapse into the same type of guidance that we use for other respiratory viruses like influenza," he said.

But some other public health experts worry that California’s policy could increase Covid transmission.

Saskia Popescu, an assistant professor of epidemiology and public health at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, said the change "almost feels like an overcorrection" to California’s historically conservative approach to the virus.

The message that "if you don’t have symptoms, you’re not really risky to those around you," she said, is "not only counter to what the science says, but it’s also very dismissive of the fact that this person does have an infectious disease."

How infectious is someone without Covid symptoms?

Asymptomatic people can spread Covid, but scientists think the risk might be lower than those with symptoms. Chi said it’s hard to know how infectious asymptomatic people are, since research on the subject has declined since 2022.

Built-up immunity from vaccines and infections might also limit people’s ability to transmit Covid, regardless of symptoms, according to Adalja.

"Right now, even people who are symptomatic might test negative because there’s so much immunity that’s keeping the viral load below a contagious level," he said.

Still, a positive rapid test is usually a good indicator that you can spread the virus, he added.

Given that some past research has shown people can transmit Covid before and after they have symptoms, Popescu said it doesn’t make sense to lump Covid isolation guidelines with those for other respiratory viruses.

"We really just don’t see asymptomatic cases of influenza and RSV. If you’ve got it, you know it. You feel like you got hit by a bus. Covid is different in that regard," Popescu said.

The new guidance could have a ripple effect

Other states may follow California and Oregon’s example.

Jonathan Modie, the lead communications officer for the Oregon Health Authority, said state health officials have discussed its isolation policy in calls with representatives from six other states and the CDC. In addition, California reached out "as they began contemplating a change in their guidance, and we met with them separately," he said.

Thus far, Oregon’s policy has not led to a disproportionate increase in transmission or severe disease, Modie added.

He said that telling people to isolate "was doing almost nothing to halt transmission," and that "isolation was placing a significant burden on the workforce and schoolchildren."

Some public health experts think the CDC might revise its recommendations eventually, while others expect no change.

"While Covid-19 remains a concern we are seeing fewer hospitalizations and Covid-related deaths as compared to last year — likely a result of widespread vaccination and prior infection," a CDC spokesperson said in an email. "CDC will continue to evaluate the latest data as it considers its recommendations."

Aria Bendix

Aria Bendix is the breaking health reporter for NBC News Digital.

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