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Starkville Academy gains experience during two baseball losses

March 2, 2014

Starkville Academy coach Jody Britt has been encouraged by the progress of pitcher Landon Rogers. (Photo by Jason Edwards, SDN)

MABEN – Teams work to find their identities early in the season.
East Webster and Starkville Academy did just that on Saturday as the pair reached across association lines for a baseball game.
Both teams gained much experience with their time on the field, but it was the Wolverines who got the 12-1 win.
“I thought we were like a lot of other teams early in the season,” East Webster coach Wes Johnson said. “We were a little bit tentative, (and a) little nervous early in the game, but once we started bunting and got up five or six runs, it relaxed us.”

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