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Trojans post win as new field dedicated on Castle Park campus Phillip Brents | Fri, May 02 2014 02:31 PM

Castle Park inaugurated its new field with an 18-0 non-league victory against visiting San Ysidro on Tuesday as Sweetwater district superintendent Dr. Ed Brand and former Trojan standout Dawn Wood were present to throw out ceremonial first pitches.

According to CPHS principal Tom Glover, the new facility is completely refurbished with new fan seating, a renovated field, new dugouts, a relocated concession stand, bullpens and batting cages.

The funds were made available through Proposition O to make the upgrades, according to Brand.
Laurynn Estes threw a complete game to pick up the win.


Metro-Mesa League
Tuesday, April 29

Bonita Vista 1, Mater Dei Catholic 0
Otay Ranch 11, Olympian 1

Thursday, May 1
Bonita Vista 12, Mater Dei Catholic 5
Otay Ranch 13, Olympian 9

League standings

Bonita Vista 5-1, 13-5
Eastlake 3-1, 14-6
Otay Ranch 3-1, 17-8
Mater Dei Catholic 1-3, 13-9
Olympian 0-6, 4-14

 

Metro-Pacific League
Tuesday, April 29

No games scheduled

Thursday, May 1

No games scheduled

League standings
Sweetwater 2-0, 16-7
Hilltop 2-0, 14-9
Chula Vista 0-2, 10-10
Castle Park 0-2, 1-7

 

Metro-South Bay League
Tuesday, April 29

No games scheduled

Thursday, May 1
No games scheduled

League standings
Montgomery 2-0, 6-12
Southwest 1-1, 8-7
Mar Vista 1-1, 5-15
San Ysidro 0-3, 1-5

 

Star-News Athlete of the Week
ALICIA FARMER:

The Olympian High School senior pitched a perfect game April 11 against visiting Southwest. She struck out the first batter and then retired the next 20 Raiders on either pop-ups or ground-outs to face the minimum number of hitters (21) in a game. Farmer has recorded two of the Eagles’ four wins on the season.

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