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Palo Alto 10-11s win District 52 tournament title

Little League all-stars win seven straight to advance in postseason

By Colin Becht

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Posted by Bolinos
a resident of Jordan Middle School
on Jul 10, 2010 at 9:34 am

Great run by Palo Alto National demonstrating an all-around effort. In their last seven games, the team outscored their opponents 59 to 7. Including a warm-up tournament in Fremont over the Father's Day weekend, the PA National team is now 14 and 1.


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