Teal beats Copper in Division II Seniors All-Star game - Tucson News Now

Teal beats Copper in Division II Seniors All-Star game

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Salpointe Catholic catcher Robby Campillo doubled twice, tripled and drove in four runs Wednesday night as the Teal beat the Copper 13-6 in the Division II Senior All-Star Baseball game at Kino Stadium.

Wednesday night's game is one of four Southern Arizona prep all-star affairs that are being played this week in conjunction with Kino Baseball League.

The Division III and IV seniors played Tuesday night while games between the Division II, III and IV Futures (underclassmen) will be staged on Thursday and Friday evenings.

Campillo, who is headed to New Mexico on a baseball scholarship, knocked in two of those runs with a two-run double in the Teal’s eight-run 8th inning to break the game open. He led the Lancers this past season with a .418 batting average with 17 extra base hits including three home runs to go along with a team-high 39 runs batted in.

Ironwood Ridge's Nick Estrella added four hits for the Teal.

The game featured players from Buena, Catalina Foothills, Canyon del Oro, Cienega, Ironwood Ridge, Marana, Mountain View, Rincon, Sabino, Sahuaro, Salpointe Catholic, Sunnyside and Tucson High Schools.

This was the final game for all of these seniors as representatives of their respective high schools.

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