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175, Age 19, Sophomore
High School, Oceanside, Calif.
2003: Was a starter in left
field, center field and right field for the
Comets. ... Hit .380. ... Batted .418 during the
regular season for 79 at-bats despite being
sidelined on and off with shoulder and hamstring
injuries. ... Finished with 9 home runs to tie
for the team lead, 4 doubles and 26 RBIs. ...
Batted .409 for 44 Pacific Coast Conference
at-bats. ... Went 3-for-4 with two doubles Jan.
31 vs. Los Angeles Pierce. ...Was 3-for-5 with a
double and an RBI on Feb. 1 as he helped lead the
Comets to a 16-14 come-from-behind win over
Cochise Community College of Douglas, Ariz. ...
Hit a solo home run vs. Cochise on Feb. 2. ...Was
3-for-5 with a double Feb. 6 vs. Saddleback. ...
Returned to the starting lineup with a bang after
the injury by going 3-for-4 in the Comets' 8-2
win over Southwestern on March 8. ... Had a
single and 3 walks on March 13 as Palomar beat
defending conference champion Grossmont 11-10 in
10 innings. ... Went 2-for-2 with a long home run
and 2 RBIs as the Comets routed Imperial Valley
18-0 on the road March 20, before leaving the
game after re-injuring his shoulder. ... Went
3-for-4 with a homer and 3 RBIs in a 12-9 victory
over Southwestern on April 3 that enabled the
Comets to take a 4-game lead in the conference
standings. ... Slugged a 2-run homer in the
second inning at Grossmont on April 8 to
jump-start Palomar on the way to a 14-10 victory.
... Came right back in a 12-9 win over the
Griffins on April 10 to go 3-for-5 with a HR and
3 RBIs. Postseason
3-run homer in the bottom of the first inning to
get Palomar off on the right foot in a 13-8
victory over East Los Angeles in their opening
game of the Southern California Regionals. ...
Hit a 2-run HR in the sixth inning of the Site D
Regional championship game on May 12, giving the
Comets a 4-2 lead over Santa Ana in a game the
Dons came back in the ninth inning to win.
.304 in the Pacific Coast Conference as the
Comets' regular left fielder and sometimes center
fielder. ... Tied for the team lead for the
overall season with six home runs. ... Had
multiple-hit games Feb. 2 vs. Cochise (Ariz.),
Feb. 12 against Golden West, Feb. 20 vs. San
Diego Mesa, Feb. 28 vs. Grossmont, March 5 vs.
Southwestern, April 4 vs. Southwestern again,
April 8 vs. Southwestern yet again, April 18 vs.
Mesa and April 25 vs. San Diego City College. ...
He went 3-for-5 with a homer, double and two RBIs
against Golden West and was 3-for-4 both March 5
and April 4 vs. Southwestern. ... Slugged a
three-run homer April 23 to give Palomar an 8-4
lead against conference champion Grossmont, but
the Comets were unable to hold the lead. Postseason
Hit a solo
homer in the seventh inning of the Comets'
opening game of the Southern California Regionals
on May 10 at Casey Stengel Field in Glendale.
two years at El Camino High before transfering
across town to Oceanside, where he played his
final two seasons. ... Played for Dave Barrett at
Oceanside. ... Was Oceanside''s team MVP is
junior and senior seasons. ... First-team
All-Avocado League as a junior and first-team
All-Valley League as a senior. ... Batted .420 as
a senior with a .420 average, seven home runs and
36 RBIs. ... Helped Oceanside reach the CIF-San
Diego Section Division II championship game at
San Diego State's Tony Gwynn Stadium. ... Was
named to the All-North County team.
PERSONAL: Born Oct. 15, 1983 in
Whittier. ... Son of Salvador and Rosa Maria
Medina. ... Has two sisters, Susana (17) and
Cristina (12). ... Lives in Oceanside.
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