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Trappers rally to beat Buzz in 11

EDMONTON, Alberta - A base hit by Tony Batista in the bottom of the 11th inning gave the Edmonton Trappers a 5-4 come-from-behind win over the Salt Lake Buzz Thursday.

With one out, Batista lined a Scott Watkins pitch into center field to score Scott Sheldon from second.

Sheldon led off the 11th with a bloop single over the head of Buzz first baseman Brent Brede and advanced to second on a sacrifice bunt by catcher Izzy Molina.

The Buzz took the lead in the first inning on solo homers by Brian Raabe and Jamie Ogden, then Jeff Horn ripped an RBI double and later scored on Brede's hit.

BYU men in 8th at NCAA regional

PALO ALTO, Calif. - The BYU men's golf team is in eighth place at the NCAA Western Regionals after Thursday's opening round. The top nine teams advance from the three-day, 18-team field.

Host Stanford is in first at 286 along with Pepperdine, while BYU is at 295, but only seven shots behind third-place UNLV.

Individually, Stanford's Tiger Woods and Joel Kribel are in first and second at 68 and 69, respectively. BYU's Todd Pence was tied for 13th at 72, Michael Henderson at 73, Lonnie Damon 74, David Summerhays 76 and Joe Summerhays at 81.

Weber State's Chris Myrick shot a 77 for a tie at 63rd place in the 93-player field.

This is the same par 71, 6,786-yard course where BYU won the 1981 NCAA championship.

Prep playoffs

Tournament time is here for high school spring sports. For complete coverage of Thursday's playoff action for baseball, softball and soccer, please see related stories on Page D2.


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