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9-10 All Star Team’s offense comes alive

David Pressgrove

With a double elimination format, the 9-10 Craig All Stars were given a second chance this weekend after the team lost its first game of the district tournament against Eagle Valley.

“We came out with a little lack of focus on offense,” said coach Shane Camilletti. “It cost us, but after today’s game we are back on track and if we face Eagle Valley again it will be a different outcome.”

Friday’s 11-10 loss to Eagle Valley, in which Craig made the final out with the bases loaded, served as a wake up call. On Saturday Craig hopped all over Summit with a 10 run first inning on the way to an eventual 18-2 victory.

Today at 1p.m. the team faced Hayden, if it was able to win it could set up a rematch against Eagle Valley on Tuesday.

“It is a long road to go but we are capable of winning,” said Camilletti.

The 11-12 All-Star team lost its first game and won its second at its district tournament setting up another game in Idaho Springs today. Results for the 13-14 team were unavailable at press time.

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