When is more too much? That is the question some baseball and softball teams in the Southern Section are answering as a handful of schools have turned down invitations to the CIF Southern California regional tournaments.

Eric Sondheimer, a high school sports columnist for the LA Times, reported that the Southern Section Division I champion baseball team, JSerra, among others, has declined to participate in the regional tournament hosted by the California Interscholastic Federation. Sondheimer quoted Jserra manager Brett Kay as saying, “There’s only one dogpile,” meaning that the section championship celebration was enough for his team, which reportedly voted not to continue its season.

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