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A baseball: Short-handed Citrus Park falls hard at All Saints'

Class a

Manpower issues plague Citrus Park

WINTER HAVEN — All Saints' (20-5) pounded out 16 hits en route to a 20-2 win over undermanned Citrus Park Christian on Tuesday in the Class A region quarterfinals.

It's at least the seventh time the Saints have reached the semifinals, according to coach John Carpenter.

Lefty Ryan Yarbrough (9-0) led All Saints' with six RBIs, including a grand slam .

The Saints batted around in the second and fourth innings against junior Nick Robbin.

Citrus Park had just 10 players and was starting two seventh-graders. It had lost 10 players during the season, according to coach Pete Diaz Jr.

The Eagles committed seven errors and had more than a handful of passed balls.

The Eagles (10-12) scored two runs on two hits in the second. They managed three hits off Carson Fulmer, who fanned eight.

The Ledger

A baseball: Short-handed Citrus Park falls hard at All Saints' 05/04/10 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 4, 2010 11:58pm]
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