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Coach Mitch's Clubhouse
3727 Avocado Blvd, La Mesa, CA 91941
Coach Mitch's Clubhouse is a sporting goods store specializing in baseball and softball. The store also sells sportswearMore for men and women. It is a friendly place that's easy to spot.
A & W Liquor
7021 University Ave, La Mesa, CA 91941
A & W Liquor not only sells beer, wine and spirits, but also lottery tickets and baseball hats (mainly of SanMore Diego teams). The shop also makes keys, and the owner is a notary republic. 
Carbrandon Trophy & Award Shop
4007 Citradora Dr, Spring Valley, CA 91977
Carbrandon Trophy & Award shop is locally owned and operated, and specializes in designing and manufacturingMore trophies and awards for sports teams. Carbrandon provides trophies and awards for for soccer, baseball, hockey, basketball as well as many others. Whether for a Little League or an adult team, Carbrandon can design first-places awards, MVP awards, Leadership wards and more.
The Sports Authority
5500 Grossmont Center Dr, La Mesa, CA 91942
The Sports Authority is the go-to location for equipment for almost any competitive or recreational sport. The storeMore carries everything from weight machines to tennis and baseball equipment, and there  is even a bike repair shop as well.
Sunset Park
5540 Lake Park Way, La Mesa, CA 91942

Just east of southern Lake Murray, this tree-filled park offers sports fields for baseball and other sports, aMore basketball court, tot lot and barbecue areas with benches. It has parking for 50 cars and can accommodate 400 people. The park is home to the Challenge Center, a fitness facility for the severely physically disabled.

 

Grossmont High School
1100 Murray Dr, El Cajon, CA 92020

Despite turning 90 in late September 2010, the school that is one-third in La Mesa and two-thirds in El Cajon hasMore many elements of newness, including a Science Building erected with Proposition H funds overlooking an all-weather track and artificial-grass football field. It was named a California Distinguished School in 2008, and its alumni include three astronauts, several major league baseball players and an Olympic javelin thrower.

In sports, Grossmont's strongest tradition is in baseball —  its varsity team having won section titles four straight years (2005-2008).  In the arts, the Red Robe Choir is renowned and has traveled around the world. Its Royal Blue Regiment marching band has performed in major parades.

The school has a PTO (Parent-Teacher Organization) and operates under the umbrella of the Grossmont High School Education Foundation.