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Alumni report: Locals in the junior college baseball world

 

Former Woodside baseball star Jamie Kruger is enjoying a banner year with College of San Mateo while Gunn product Samio Uze is doing the same at De Anza College.

Kruger's former Woodside teammate Cole Gabrielson is also producing for the Bulldogs. Former Palo Alto stars Angus Stayte and Nathan Willis join Uze. Read the story here.

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