Cathedral boys baseball starts

CCHS player Ryan Johnston at bat

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The Cathedral Dons’ baseball team home opener was held March 11 versus Hilltop at the Allred Lynch Tournament Field at Cathedral Catholic High School.  The event featured pre-game festivities, including a ceremonial first pitch by David Thistle ’83 and Scott Garrison ’83, both teammates of the late Gar Millay.  Lefthander Brady Aiken was the opening day starter.  Baseball America has rated Aiken as the 4th best high school prospect in the country, and he is committed to play baseball for UCLA in 2015.

Photos/ Jon Clark

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