20130302 Mustangs v Temecula (Dillon toss)

Mustangs U18 Scrum Half Dillon Loyek (pitching ball), and teammates Grant McGahey (top), Jacob Neeley (headband, yelling), Alec Barton (ground) and others are all focused on the High School National Invitational Championship in April.   Photo: Susie Talman.

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