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Sliding under the tag

Brody Robinson of the Neelin Spartans slides into third base, beating the tag from Hamiota Huskies’ Noah Bursey during Thursday’s high school interzone baseball game at Sumner Field. Brodie Smith hit a three-run double and scored three times, while Sam Geekie chipped in with a two run double in the Huskies’ 10-2 victory. Geekie earned the win by holding Neelin to two runs and striking out nine in five innings. Max Paddock was charged with five runs and the loss in four innings of work. Caley Bascello had an RBI single for Neelin, while Dylan Foster doubled and scored. Hamiota advances to provincials from June 2 to 4 in Winkler.

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Brody Robinson of the Neelin Spartans slides into third base, beating the tag from Hamiota Huskies’ Noah Bursey during Thursday’s high school interzone baseball game at Sumner Field. Brodie Smith hit a three-run double and scored three times, while Sam Geekie chipped in with a two run double in the Huskies’ 10-2 victory. Geekie earned the win by holding Neelin to two runs and striking out nine in five innings. Max Paddock was charged with five runs and the loss in four innings of work. Caley Bascello had an RBI single for Neelin, while Dylan Foster doubled and scored. Hamiota advances to provincials from June 2 to 4 in Winkler.

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