CV Stingrays are shootout champions

The Stingrays left quite a sting at the San Diego Sol’s Spring Shootout tournament, winning their division championship, and the sixth-grade team took runner-up honors.

The eighth-graders went undefeated in the tournament and beat the La Jolla Hoopers in overtime, 56-50, to capture the championship. The team also recently won the San Diego Sabers Tip Off Classic.

Related posts:

  1. Carmel Valley Stingrays strong in championship game
  2. Petco Park hosts World Baseball Classic
  3. Powerhouse baseball team victorious
  4. Area team wins flag football tournament
  5. Pacific Coast tourney back at La Jolla club

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