Tigers Get Second Life

By: Sam Farnsworth Email
By: Sam Farnsworth Email

GRAND JUNCTION - After Saturday's loss to Legacy High School, the baseball season came to an abrupt end for the Grand Junction Tigers. But on Tuesday, the Tigers got a second life.

The Colorado High School Activities Association eliminated the Legacy team from the state baseabll tournament because one of the players on the team was found inelligible to play. That allowed both Lewis Palmer and Grand Junction back into the tournament.

Lewis-Palmer and Grand Junction will face each other on Wednesday afternoon at 4:00 to determine the final of eight teams to advance to the double-elimination round of the state tournament.

To hear what the Tigers had to say just before leaving town on Tuesday afternoon, click on the video above.

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