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Palo Alto 7, Antioch 3

Date of competition: Monday, August 4, 2008

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The Palo Alto Babe Ruth 14-year-old all-star team advanced to the championship game of the Pacific Southwest Regional tournament after defeating Antioch, 7-3, on Monday night at Baylands Athletic Center. With a win in Wednesday's championship game at 4 p.m., or a rematch at 7:30 if necessary, Palo Alto will earn the right to play in the Babe Ruth World Series in Massachusetts. With the championship game berth on the line, Palo Alto's offense came through, scoring six runs in the third and fourth innings, while Graham Marchant pitched four scoreless innings in relief.

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Palo Alto 14s starter Jake Batchelder delivers against Antioch during Palo Alto's 7-3 triumph on Monday in the Pacific Southwest Regional at Baylands Athletic Center. Photo by Kyle Terada/Terada Photo.

Palo Altp 14s shortstop Drake Swezey attempts to complete a double play after forcing an Antioch player at second base during Monday's 7-3 victory by Palo Alto in the Pacific Southwest Regional semifinals at Baylands. Photo by Kyle Terada/Terada Photo.

Matt Eastman of the Palo Alto Babe Ruth 14s had plenty to celebrate after Palo Alto's 7-3 victory over Antioch on Monday, putting Palo Alto into the championship game.

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