The SLO Rattlers took advantage of seven San Luis Obispo Blues errors Friday night for an 11-8 win in the summer collegiate baseball season opener for both teams at SLO Stadium.
Trailing 3-1, the Rattlers scored four runs in the fourth inning and then added at least one run every inning after that for the win.
Kyle Crist led the Rattlers’ 12-hit attack with three hits. Steven Lozier, Josh Miller and Brian Brademan, the top three hitters in the Rattlers’ lineup, all had two hits and Miller drove in two runs.
Taylor Anderson and Alex Detz both had two hits for the Blues. Brandon Carr drove in two runs.
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North County Indians win opener
The North County Indians’ summer collegiate baseball team opened its season with a 12-3 win over the Oakland Expos.
Former Atascadero High standout Bryce Cherry had a two-run home run for the Indians in the third inning.
Starting pitcher Matt Jeckell threw four shutout innings with seven strikeouts.
Cal Poly's Haniger named to another All-American team
Cal Poly junior outfileder Mitch Haniger was named to his second All-American team in as many days Friday as he was selected to College Sports Madness’ third team.
Haniger, the Big West Conference player of the year, led the conference in ghime runs (13) and RBI (64) while also hitting .346 for the Mustangs, who finished second in the Big West to Cal State Fullerton.
Paso Robles girls basketball camp
Paso Robles High girls basketball coach Heidi Wittstrom Sill will be conducting a girls basketball camp from 9 a.m. to noon daily, June 11-14, at the high school gym.
The camp is for those girls in incoming grades 4-9 and costs $90 per camper. Those interested in the camp can pick up a flyer at the Paso Robles High front office or sign up on the opening day of the camp beginning at 8:30 a.m.
All proceeds will benefit the Paso Robles girls basketball program.