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** Congratulations Class of 2020  ~   Jose A.     Imani A.     Jaylon A.     Browny B.     Kalea B.     Douglas B.      Lavon B.     Alaya B.     Eleni C.     Lauryn C.     Sydearia C.     Deyja C.     Bryant C.     Jonah C.     Ryan D.      Kiani D.     Amy D.     India D.     Miles D.     Taylor E.     Skye F.     Xandria F.     Julian F.     Marvin F.      Crystal G.     Brian G.     Jaiya G.     Kimberly G.     Rebekah H.     Bernard H.     Justin H.     Amanda H.      Christopher J.     Taler J.     Jermaine K.     Madison K.     Dylan L.     Marley L.     Amrys M.     Tyler M.      Corey M.     Chancelor M.     Trinity M.     Kelsey M.     Simone M.     Kellie N.     Angel O.     Kevin O.      Timani P.     Roschondra P.     Brittany Q.     Jonathan R.     Brenda R.     Ashley R.     Cynthia R.     Kimmia S.     Ndunga S.     Jordan S.     Kyin S.     Malik S.     Kristopher S.     Byrce T.     Guadalupe V.     Jalynn W.      Tarlton W.     Jacob W.     Malikai W.     Dominic W.   ~   Congratulations Class of 2020! **

MLB Umpire Greets Serra’s Baseball Team & Staff

Compton-born Malachi Moore joined by his two umpire students visited the Serra
campus on Tuesday, November 20 to share his journey in becoming a major league
umpire.

Moore played football, basketball and baseball as a youth, but baseball was his first
love. He played second base at Centennial High and was courted by Hall of Famer Tony
Gwynn to play for San Diego State.

Malachi is currently a minor league umpire as well as an umpire instructor in Florida.
Bob Bainter, former MLB umpire and umpire supervisor commented; “Malachi Moore
is the embodiment of a MLB umpire and he is on the fast track to becoming a MLB
umpire.”

Moore shared key elements of the game from an umpire’s perspective to the young Cavs
and enlightened them on umpire tendencies. Following his hour-long presentation, he
wished the coaching staff and the team a successful season. Coach Wil Aaron personally
thanked Mr. Moore and his two students for the visit.