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Community College Baseball : Cypress Defeats Allan Hancock

April 07, 1985

Cypress College won the Allan Hancock Tournament in Santa Maria Saturday, beating Hancock, 14-6, in the tournament final.

The victory was the third straight for the Chargers in the eight-team tournament. Cypress first baseman James Jackle was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player.

Ed Evans, Greg Villaroeal, and Jeff Nicks all went 2 for 4 for the Chargers in the championship game. Evans and Ed Howard each hit home runs for Cypress. Jim Bennett picked up the win.

In nonconference action:

Mira Costa 6, Saddleback 4--No Spartan had more than one hit, the team's eight hits--combined with three Gaucho errors--proved enough for the win at Oceanside.

Mira Costa's John Kohli pitched eight innings for the victory, and Saddleback's Tim Phencie took the loss.

In the Mesa, Ariz. Tournament:

Pima (Ariz.) 13, Fullerton 12--Mike Cimino's two-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning gave Pima the win in a game that produced 35 hits and seven home runs.

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