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Archive for Wednesday, July 11, 2001

Boys (and girls) of summer

The dog days of summer are here and that means baseball

July 11, 2001

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Tim Thompson roots for the Stallions during the final inning of a
game for third place at Youth Sports Inc. fields. The Stallions
beat the Cobras and claimed third place in the DCABA 12-under
tournament.

Tim Thompson roots for the Stallions during the final inning of a game for third place at Youth Sports Inc. fields. The Stallions beat the Cobras and claimed third place in the DCABA 12-under tournament.

 

 

Despite enterinG the Douglas County Amateur Baseball Association
10-under tournament with the worst record, the Astros
nothing-to-lose attitude gave them a renewed sense of enthusiasm.

Despite enterinG the Douglas County Amateur Baseball Association 10-under tournament with the worst record, the Astros nothing-to-lose attitude gave them a renewed sense of enthusiasm.

 

Nats right fielder Cody Russell launches the ball into the sky. As
the sun sets and the lights flicker on, the Douglas County 4-H
Fairgrounds baseball diamonds transform into a slice of Americana.

Nats right fielder Cody Russell launches the ball into the sky. As the sun sets and the lights flicker on, the Douglas County 4-H Fairgrounds baseball diamonds transform into a slice of Americana.

 

Sulin Sehorn comforts her son, Austin Sehorn, after a close loss
last week.

Sulin Sehorn comforts her son, Austin Sehorn, after a close loss last week.

 

Hawks baserunner Travis Sanders safely slides into second base,
beating Falcon Nathan Padia's tag. The 12-under teams battled in
the first round of the postseason tournament as temperatures neared
100 degrees last week on the diamonds at the 4-H Fairgrounds.

Hawks baserunner Travis Sanders safely slides into second base, beating Falcon Nathan Padia's tag. The 12-under teams battled in the first round of the postseason tournament as temperatures neared 100 degrees last week on the diamonds at the 4-H Fairgrounds.

 

Laurie Martin-Frydman, right, and her brother Patrick Martin
celebrate a score by the Astros. After witnessing the team lose
many close games during the regular season, the victory was a
breath of fresh air for the Astros.

Laurie Martin-Frydman, right, and her brother Patrick Martin celebrate a score by the Astros. After witnessing the team lose many close games during the regular season, the victory was a breath of fresh air for the Astros.

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