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During the team's second-round game against the Pumpjacks Tuesday night at the Farmington Sports Complex, it was ruled that Naa'taanii pitcher Carlos Dominguez went over the pitch limit during the game, which Naa'taanii won Naa'taanii coach Dineh Benally said Dominguez's count was at 98 while the official scorekeeper had the pitch count at More: Young Fuel squad not backing down at City Tournament. He added that he had requested to see the official scorebook later, but no one from the Farmington Amateur Baseball Congress, the governing body that runs the tournament, had allowed him to view it to compare it to the scorebook Naa'taanii kept. In comparing the two books, only the pitch count in the third inning matched up. Additionally, Naa'taanii's book did not report outs or at-bats for the sixth and seventh innings, merely noting that the pitcher threw 15 pitches in each of those innings.

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