Torrey Pines High hosts Lions Baseball Tournament

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Torrey Pines High School hosted the Lions Baseball Tournament April 14-16. Top high school baseball teams from Southern California competed at the tournament. Photos on this page are from the April 14 game — the TPHS Falcons played a close game against Palisades, losing 2-1. Photos by Jon Clark

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