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July 17, 2019

U12/60 places second in tournament

The Rohnert Park Cal Ripken U12/60 baseball team placed second in the NorCal State Championship tournament that was held in Rohnert Park. The Rohnert Park team was defeated by River Park, 5-1 but still qualify to go to the Southwest Regional Tournament held in Hanford, Ca. starting July 15.  The...

 
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Big first inning leads U12 to win against Hayward

Opposite field single, walk, stolen base, scoring on a wild pitch. An 8-run first inning scoring rally was enough for the Rohnert Park 12/60 Blue to hold off Hayward 9-7. This was one of the many games played over the course of the week.

Muraki brothers lead River Park to win

Monday night’s Cal Ripken playoffs at Rogers Field in Rohnert Park, evenly matched between Rohnert Park Blue and River Park through the first four innings, saw the visitors score eight times in the final two innings.  Curtis Muraki of River Park ignited the lopsided score by leading off the fifth with his second home run of the night.