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Dana Hills Forfeits

April 09, 2002|Ben Bolch

Dana Hills High's baseball team forfeited the championship of the West Coast Classic after Coach Zeke Barragan determined that his top pitcher, Tony Davidson, had violated the California Interscholastic Federation's pitching-limit rule during the tournament.

Davidson pitched four innings of relief in the Dolphins' 7-6 championship-game victory over San Francisco Archbishop Mitty on Thursday, giving him 11 innings for the tournament, one more than the CIF allows per week.

Archbishop Mitty was awarded a 7-0 forfeit victory.

With the forfeit, Dana Hills, No. 13 in The Times' rankings, drops to 12-4.

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