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Gazette Premium Content Blog: Who is the favorite in 4A CSML baseball?

By Brent W. New preps@gazette.com - Updated: March 30, 2014 at 9:00 am
By Brent W. New preps@gazette.com - Updated: March 30, 2014 at 9:00 am • Published: March 30, 2014

With defending league champion Coronado in rebuilding and youthful rosters spread across most of the rest of the league, Mesa Ridge coach Cory Monroe said the expectations for his club are nothing short of a league title in 2014. “We have four goals this year; big picture and smaller-picture...

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With defending league champion Coronado in rebuilding and youthful rosters spread across most of the rest of the league, Mesa Ridge coach Cory Monroe said the expectations for his club are nothing short of a league title in 2014.

“We have four goals this year; big picture and smaller-picture stuff,” the second-year coach said Saturday afternoon. “At the beginning of the season we wanted to win the St. Mary’s Tournament, which we are two-thirds into right now … Then, we wanted to win the Sand Creek Tournament, the league title and then, eventually, get a state title.”

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