Seaside-Alisal baseball

With wins over the two most prolific teams in the Pacific Division since the league was formed, the Trojans have gotten opponents' attention.
 The same can be said for a youthful Seaside squad, who despite a roster with six freshmen, also has a win over preseason favorite Watsonville.
 One of them will be in first place after Friday's battle at Alisal.
 The Trojans made an early season statement, ending a 14-game losing streak to reigning three-time league champion North Salinas, beating them twice.
 Alisal (3-1) split its two-game series with Watsonville, as did the Spartans.
 Pitching and timely hitting has carried the Trojans, as Sal Lopez tossed five innings of relief in a win over Watsonville last Wednesday.
 Ruben Gomez and Raul Garnica have sprayed the ball all over the field, having combined for 20 hits in the teams first nine overall games.
 After being no-hit by Watsonville in the first meeting, the Spartans showed that they have short-term memory, bouncing back with 10 hits in a 7-3 win in the second meeting.
 Tristian Beza, the lone senior for Seaside, has driven in a team high six runs, with RBI in three of the teams first four games. He's also tossed two complete games on the mound.
 Daniel Sayre tossed a gem in the Spartans win over Watsonville, and has a team high seven hits. Freshman Tristan Trotter has hit safely in three of the teams four games.

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