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Published: Thursday, May 24 2012 12:18 a.m. MDT

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yankees27
Heber, Utah

Hey factcheck, you asked me what 3 teams would finish ahead of Bingham. Well, I guess my answer is Alta, American Fork, and T-ville. That's why they play the games guys, you can't just show up and have the trophy given to you because you claim to be the best.

Cherrycoug
Taylorsville, UT

Great Job Warriors! Good luck today!

Uncle Sam
West Jordan, UT

Jordan High learned another lesson this year. Recruiting the best talent does not always work, chemistry is also important.

Baseball_dad
Salina, KS

Go Warriors!

fender
Washington, UT

Can't wait to hear Binghamalum discuss this outcome.

JParkerfan
St. George, UT

Wise man say:
When you post a great score and are in the clubhouse you can talk a little trash. When you are still on the course don' t talk smack cause you might pull a Tiger Woods (2011-2012) and the wheels fall off. Bingham fans should listen to the wise man. Go SC. (I guess SF fans could learn this lesson too).

SportsMom
Draper, UT

To Uncle Sam: Yawn. You've clearly spent no time around the Jordan baseball team. They're a tight-knit group of seniors. And the "recruiting" commentary is really old and irrevelant. I imagine there are not many Salt Lake area high schools where every one of their students live within that boundary.

1042
St George, UT

Here's to another great tournament. Ya gotta love baseball. I seem to have missed the two experts who spent their time on the 3A blog bashing the clubs. Did their elitist BHS lose? But don't they win national preseason tournaments? Maybe if they used the tournaments to check the second teamers' skills and risk losing to say, Lehi, they may have been in a State championship. Swallow your arrogance and let a lower classification team teach you about winning when it counts.

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