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  • Capital Christian's Tiegen Jones gives his recipe for winning

    Tiegen Jones won his seventh Sac-Joaquin Section championship in four stellar seasons as a two-sport star at Capital Christian High School. On Monday, the Cougars beat Linden 8-0 for the baseball Division 5 championship, a program four-peat. Jones talks about playing multiple sports and heading to Fresno State on a baseball scholarship.

Tiegen Jones won his seventh Sac-Joaquin Section championship in four stellar seasons as a two-sport star at Capital Christian High School. On Monday, the Cougars beat Linden 8-0 for the baseball Division 5 championship, a program four-peat. Jones talks about playing multiple sports and heading to Fresno State on a baseball scholarship. Joe Davidson The Sacramento Bee
Tiegen Jones won his seventh Sac-Joaquin Section championship in four stellar seasons as a two-sport star at Capital Christian High School. On Monday, the Cougars beat Linden 8-0 for the baseball Division 5 championship, a program four-peat. Jones talks about playing multiple sports and heading to Fresno State on a baseball scholarship. Joe Davidson The Sacramento Bee
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Capital Christian four-peats as Division V baseball champion

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