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Maize and Bishop Carroll Softball's fantastic years come to an end

After a great regular season, Maize softball’s season came to an end in the state quarterfinals in Wichita. Eagles lost to Blue Valley Southwest by a final of 9-7. 38 more words

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Wingnuts crush Winnipeg 19-4 on Game Night For Dave Freeman

WICHITA, Kans. (May 25, 2017) – Leo Vargas went 4-4 and Matt Chavez drove in five runs, as the Wichita Wingnuts hammered the Winnipeg Goldeyes 19-4 in the series opener Thursday night at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. 285 more words

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Tatis Jr. Extends Streak in Loss to Whitecaps

COMSTOCK PARK, Mich. –  Fort Wayne TinCaps shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. reached base in a game for the 21st straight time, but the TinCaps lost to the West Michigan Whitecaps (Detroit Tigers), 10-0, on Thursday evening. 318 more words

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Crazy catch seals Snider's sectional victory over Northrop

DEKALB, Ind. (WANE) – Snider is holding nothing back.

Chandler Everson chased down the final out to beat Northrop in sectionals, 4-3. The outfielder made the sliding catch and held on to the ball despite colliding with second baseman Charlie James. 44 more words

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Natalia McCullough celebrates two records at city meet

Natalia McCullough is kicking around her options for the opening weekend of June.

McCullough is preparing for the Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association track and field championships, which are to be held June 2 and 3 in Saskatoon — where her soccer team will also be playing. 661 more words

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Exciting first day of 5A State Baseball Tournament

It was a good day for local Class 5A high school baseball teams, as Bishop Carroll, Salina South, and Maize all punched their ticket to the state semifinals. 51 more words

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Trio of Chargers ink letters of intent

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – A trio of Chargers signed their letters of intent Thursday afternoon.

Parker Bull will swim at Findlay University, Xavier Walden signed to play golf Johnson & Whales in Florida and Justin Percy will continue his tennis career at Northwestern Ohio. 7 more words

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