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San Diego Prep Baseball : Castle Park Scores Three to Force a Tie

March 21, 1985

SAN DIEGO — Castle Park High School Coach Bob Korzup called Wednesday afternoon's game against Saint Augustine "a circus."

The Trojans and Saints battled to a 10-10 tie at Castle Park, in a game called because of darkness after seven innings. Castle Park, which had 18 hits, scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to tie the game. The Saints were down 7-2, but took a 9-7 lead when they scored seven runs in the fifth.

Trojan first baseman Joe Heredia opened the seventh with a double and scored on an overthrow. A fielder's choice and Charlie Schoneboom's infield single brought home Castle Park's other two runs in the inning.

Schoneboom had three hits and two RBIs for the Trojans and Jesse Palacio drove in two runs. The Trojans are 2-3-1.

In other action:

Mira Mesa 6, La Jolla 1--At Mira Mesa, first baseman Todd Hentges and third baseman Jason Adelman had two hits and two RBIs apiece as the Marauders improved their record to 5-0. Mira Mesa pitchers Willie Morris, Mike Eicher and Scott Carmichael combined to limit the Vikings to two hits. Morris (3-0) was the winner.

Hoover 12, Orange Glen 3--Ken Matthews hit a grand slam and pitcher Sal Ceballos had four hits as the Cardinals defeated the Patriots at Orange Glen. Scott Charles and Sam Aguirre also had two hits each for Hoover. Ceballos held the Patriots to six hits and walked just two batters.

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