So did the new high school softball rule moving the pitcher's circle back three feet have any impact on this game? Here's an interesting report from the Associated Press.
Talk about a nice day at the plate - for everyone.
Two California high schools combined for a record 95 runs Tuesday when Cuyama Valley scored 13 times in the seventh inning to earn a dramatic 48-47 victory against Coast Union in a fast-pitch softball game.
The previous mark, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations, was established when East Machias Washington Academy in Massachusetts beat Lubec 88-6 on April 28, 1983.
According to The Tribune in San Luis Obispo, Coast Union's Morgan May hit for the cycle and finished with 14 RBIs, but her team still dropped to 0-16.
The game lasted 3 1/2 hours.