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Stingers Sweep Twin- Bill vs Honkers

The biggest response of the day came in the bottom of the first inning when the Stingers offense answered the Honkers' run with two of its own. Danny Pardo (Montevallo) had a one-out walk and Greg Lambert (Southern Illinois) singled after him to put two aboard. Justin Toerner (Cal State Northridge) followed two batters later with a two-run double to center field, and the Stingers never trailed the rest of the day. -- Willmar Radio

Honkers score 12 in 4th inning, top Border Cats

The Honkers were trailing 5-3 before Rochester scored 12 runs in the fourth inning, getting RBI hits from Kyle Kasser (Oregon), Joey Czarske (Cal State Northridge), Drew Ellis (Louisville), Josh Davis (Pepperdine) and Jacob Thomas (UC Davis) in the one inning that blew the game open for the Honkers. -- KAAL - MN

Honkers start fast but fall short to Border Cats

Jackson Thoreson (St. Mary’s) hit a two-run home run in the fifth to extend the Honkers’ lead to 5-2. Then, Joey Czarske (Cal State Northridge) hit an RBI double to score Ryan Fitzpatrick (Saddle Back) and gave the Honkers a 6-2 lead. -- KAAL TV - MN

NBA stars coaching in local prep tournaments

■ IN THE STANDS — College coaches John Calipari (Kentucky), Jim Boeheim (Syracuse), Jay Wright (Villanova), Bob Huggins (West Virginia), Lorenzo Romar (Washington), Josh Pastner (Georgia Tech), Mike Brey (Notre Dame) and Reggie Theus (Cal State Northridge) all were in attendance Wednesday at Spring Valley. Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon and Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins also made a cameo. - Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nine Chico Heat players part of Great West League All-Star Game, which is Tuesday in Medford

The Chico Heat players selected were (with college): pitchers Stuart Bradley (Chico State), Ryan Byrd (Spokane), Adam Davenport (Washington), Luke Soroko (Arizona), catcher Clayton Hubbard (Cal State Northridge), infielders Cameron Olson (UC Davis) and Daniel Schneemann (Brigham Young), and outfielders Josh Falco (Chico State) and Keaton Kringlen (BYU). -- Chico Enterprise Record