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A baseball: Sarasota Christian knocks out Canterbury once again

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Familiar foe knocks out Canterbury once again

Canterbury made the playoffs for the fifth straight season but had the misfortune of being matched up with arch-nemesis Sarasota Christian in Tuesday's Class A region quarterfinals.

The Blazers won 8-3, marking the fourth time in the past five seasons they have knocked the Crusaders out of the postseason.

Sarasota Christian went ahead 8-1 before Canterbury made a late rally with a run each in the sixth and seventh innings.

The Crusaders finish their season 16-12.

Times staff

A baseball: Sarasota Christian knocks out Canterbury once again 05/05/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 5, 2010 1:14am]
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