Special mention goes to Alex Ligas, who made his first career plate appearance as a switch hitter and drove in a run. David Lohle also had a great game.
St Anastasia's defense was led by the pitcher and first baseman combination of Bobby Spitz and TJ Derby. Also turning in a solid performance with his glove was Justus Acosta.
The hitting stars were Daniel Salloum and Luke Barragan, who each drove in a run; and Joe Cicak, Bob Spitz and Brian Chiang, who had two hits apiece. Joseph Mattone and Brett Baker also played a great game.
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