Former Notre Dame High School baseball standout <strong>Sam Eberle</strong> from Chattanooga was the “Top Star” of the first Northwest League All-Star Game since 2004 on Tuesday in Everett, Wash., with a fourth-inning home run and three runs scored in the South Division’s 8-7 win over the North. His leadoff single in the ninth inning began the winning rally from a 7-5 deficit. “We were just really relaxed in the dugout. We weren’t really pressing too much,” Eberle, who plays for Salem-Keizer in the professional minor league, was quoted in an MiLB website writeup. “We were having fun, and luckily we came through there at the end.” After his single, Eberle advanced to second on a wild pitch and to third on an error, and he scored on a hit as the comeback continued. He went to the all-star break batting .265 with five home runs, 10 doubles, three triples, 26 RBIs and 26 runs scored in 41 games. Eberle was picked by the San Francisco Giants out of Jacksonville State University in the 25th round of the 2012 draft.