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Clutch hit by Lynk keeps San Marcos tied for first place in the Channel League

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San Marcos edges Lompoc to stay tied for first place in the Channel League.

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - Number 9 hitter Nathaniel Lynk delivered a bases-loaded, two-out, 2-run single to snap a 1-1 tie in the fourth inning and San Marcos edged Lompoc 4-3.

The Royals improved to 10-2 in the Channel League and remain tied for first place with Santa Barbara with three league games left.

UCSB-commit Cole Schoenwetter, just a sophomore, picked up the win for San Marcos.

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