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Starkville Americans stay in driver's seat

July 7, 2013

Justin Ming gets ready to take a swing Sunday for the Starkville Americans. The Americans continue to stay in the winner's bracket. (Photo by Jason Edwards, SDN)

Day two of Dizzy Dean competition is complete for the Starkville American team and the 8-year-olds still find themselves in the driver’s seat.
Having won all previous games, Starkville only had one game on day two and it was against a tough Mathiston team. Going into the game coach Charlie Williamson knew it was going to be close, but just how close was yet to be seen.

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