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Diamond Crew comes in first

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 Kneeling from left to right, Beau Kelley, Robert Fernandez, Anthony Armendariz, Johan Corral, Kris Madrid.  Standing from left to right, Coach Eliseo Aguilar, Tyler Garthwaite, Jon Perez, Val Guevara, Jorgie Avitia, Head Coach Chris Pruitt, Umeko Ponce, Blake Pruitt, Kameron Aguilar, Coach Johnny Perez. The Diamond Crew, a 12-and-under all-star team, earned first place with a record of 4-0 July 14-15th at the Hobbs Wooden Bat Classic. Photo Courtesy of Chris Pruitt

Kneeling from left to right, Beau Kelley, Robert Fernandez, Anthony Armendariz, Johan Corral, Kris Madrid. Standing from left to right, Coach Eliseo Aguilar, Tyler Garthwaite, Jon Perez, Val Guevara, Jorgie Avitia, Head Coach Chris Pruitt, Umeko Ponce, Blake Pruitt, Kameron Aguilar, Coach Johnny Perez. The Diamond Crew, a 12-and-under all-star team, earned first place with a record of 4-0 July 14-15th at the Hobbs Wooden Bat Classic.
Photo Courtesy of Chris Pruitt

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