At 6 feet and 155 pounds, Avila-Leeper isn’t towering, but he has performed big. His 14-1 record and 120 strikeouts lead the state. Though Avila-Leeper wasn’t at his best Friday – the Mustangs lost 8-2 – Delta (39-5) won the Super Regional tournament to advance to this weekend’s California Community College State Championships in Fresno starting Saturday.
At 6 feet and 155 pounds, Avila-Leeper isn’t towering, but he has performed big. His 14-1 record and 120 strikeouts lead the state. Though Avila-Leeper wasn’t at his best Friday – the Mustangs lost 8-2 – Delta (39-5) won the Super Regional tournament to advance to this weekend’s California Community College State Championships in Fresno starting Saturday. Clifford Oto/Stockton Record
At 6 feet and 155 pounds, Avila-Leeper isn’t towering, but he has performed big. His 14-1 record and 120 strikeouts lead the state. Though Avila-Leeper wasn’t at his best Friday – the Mustangs lost 8-2 – Delta (39-5) won the Super Regional tournament to advance to this weekend’s California Community College State Championships in Fresno starting Saturday. Clifford Oto/Stockton Record

Former Grant baseball star Cameron Avila-Leeper in a zone, as is superstitious mother

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