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Kino Stadium: June 1-2
The 4A-5A-6A Senior All-Star Game, presented by the Kino Baseball League, took place Tuesday night at Kino Stadium with 36 standouts from 18 different high schools from Southern Arizona taking part. The players were divided between two teams with coaches from the Kino Sun Belt College League serving as coaches for the two squads:
Pitchers for Team Teal included, Kenneth Kroes (Tucson), Albert Dominguez (Nogales), Devin Alvarez (Sahuarita), Devin Lopez (Cienega), Andres Gonzalez (Sahuarita), Austin Grimm (Buena) and James Velasquez (Walden Grove).
Pitcher for Team Copper included, Sam Sides (Sahuaro), Isaiah Roebuck (Marana), Cameron Basaldua (Marana), Ruben Enriquez (Catalina Foothills) and Dante Schindler (Canyon del Oro).
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For Team Teal: Sergio Perez (Salpointe) walked, Tommy Toole (Salpointe) walked, Erubiel Ozuna (Vista Grande) singled and scored, Paul Cruz (Cienega) went 2-2 with an RBI, stolen base and run scored, Andres Gonzalez (Sahuarita) singled, stole a base and scored a run, Gabriel Palacio (Desert View) walked, Christian Olea (Tucson) had an RBI single, Dominique Palacio (Desert View) walked, Raul Moreno (Desert View) walked and scored, Devin Lopez (Cienega) had an RBI single and Josh Watt (Buena) had a double.
For Team Copper: Marcus Sanders (Catalina Foothills) had a triple and scored a run, Steve Geiger (Rincon/UHS) walked, Sam Sides (Sahuaro) hit a single and walked, Diego Ochoa (Douglas) walked and was hit, Marco Pena (Douglas) went 2-3, Isaiah Roebuck (Marana) had an RBI single, a walk, two stolen bases and a run, Cobi Copper (Mountain View) walked and had a Sacrifice RBI and Karim Soto (Mountain View) had an infield single.
The 1A-2A-3A Senior All-Star Game will be played Wednesday night at Kino Stadium.
1A-2A-3A GAME: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2
Gates opens to public at 5:30 p.m.
Game time is 7 p.m.
$3.00 students, active military, and senior citizens (62 and over)
Healthcare Worker with ID and 1 guest FREE
Children 5 and under: FREE
Coaches and players: FREE
AIA ID with 1 guest: FREE
(No reentry policy)
KINO STADIUM POLICIES
Clear plastic or vinyl and does not exceed 12” x 6” x 12”
One (1) gallon clear plastic freezer bags (Ziploc bag or similar)
Small clutch bag, no larger than 4.5” x 6.5” (after being searched)
Exceptions will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection, including but not limited to oxygen tanks, diabetes kits, allergy pens, etc.
Purses larger than a clutch
Briefcases, backpacks, fanny packs, diaper bags, cinch bags, luggage of any kinds, long golf umbrellas
NO OUTSIDE COOLERS OF ANY KIND OR SIZE PERMITTED.
Water and cups will be provided to each dugout.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGE PERMITTED
BOTTLED WATER, POWER DRINK PERMITTED
BABY FORMULA PERMITTED
NO PETS PERMITTED
NO SCOOTERS, BIKES, SKATEBOARDS, HOVER BOARDS, ETC. NOT PERMITTED
Pop Up Tents (cannot be staked into ground), lawn chairs permitted
Baby Strollers permitted
NO TOBACCO PRODUCTS this includes smokeless tobacco, e-cigarettes, cigarettes, vaping etc.
NO WEAPONS, GLASS CONTAINERS, ALCOHOL OR DRUGS
Bag checks by security/event staff will be conducted.
Players can bring in as much water and other hydration products as needed
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