PREP BASEBALL NOTEBOOK: HART DUO EARNS GOLD WITH SHARKS.
Byline: Heather Gripp Staff Writer
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``This one means more, because it was a bigger and more competitive tournament,'' coach Tony Wilhite said. ``This basically had the best 16-and-under players in the country. It was highly competitive.''
Valaika scored three runs in the final and played well enough throughout the tournament to earn an invitation to try out for the Youth National team this month in Houston.
``He had an incredible tournament offensively and defensively,'' Wilhite said of the shortstop.
The Sharks go for another title when they play in the South Bay wood-bat tournament beginning July 25.
--Attracting attention: Three Canyon players were invited to play in the Team One showcases. Pitcher Jake Coash is at the national event, which runs through Saturday in Tempe, Ariz.
Infielder Ryan Burke and pitcher/first baseman Eric Ashbrook are scheduled to participate in the West Coast regional beginning Sunday in Tempe.
--A rising star: Justin Tuttle of Saugus played on the junior varsity team For the American rock band, see .
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Tuttle is batting .429 with a .500 on-base percentage and six stolen bases in 15 games for the 3-15 team. He batted .386 with 15 on JV this year.
Tuttle and his teammates are in action again this weekend, playing at Sylmar on Saturday and at home Sunday against Burroughs of Burbank.
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The last round of tryouts is July 17 in Long Beach. The Area Coide Games are Aug. 6-12 at Blair Field in Long Beach.