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Vaughn Pulls the Trigger

Vaughn Pulls the Trigger

Local two-way player becomes California's first commit of the 2016 cycle after touching off a six-run rally to defeat the Cuban national team earlier this summer.

Santa Rosa (Calif.) Maria Carrillo sophomore Andrew Vaughn had quite an eventful summer. After lifting Team USA 15U to a 6-1 victory over Cuba in the COPABE Pan American Championships in Columbia – a feat that won him the MVP of the Gold Medal game – the 5-foot-9, 170-pound middle infielder returned home to visit his "dream school" – California. After touring the campus on Aug. 18, the 201...

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