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Ole Miss baseball hosting three summer camps

The Ole Miss baseball team will be holding three summer camps in the coming weeks. The first camp will begin Monday and run through June 25. The day camp is for youth in first through eighth grade.

The final two camps will be held July 12-15 and July 19-22. Both have overnight options for campers and both are open for youth in grades one through 12.

For more information about the camps or to register, call Ole Miss assistant coach Rob Francis at 915-6643 or visit OleMissBaseballCamps.com(June 16, 2010, Page 7)

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    Smith leads 13-14 Cubs past Cards

    Nick Smith fell a single short of the cycle and drove in four runs to help lead the 13-14 year-old Bancoxford Insurance Services Cubs to a 9-3 win over the Rozier Hayes Cardinals in Oxford Park Commission youth baseball action Monday night at FNC Park.

    In the other youth games, the Larson’s Big Star Red Sox beat the Plein Air Royals 16-3, while the Oxford Orthopedics Sports Medicine Rays topped the Bank of Oxford Dodgers 11-4. (June 15, 2010, Page 6)

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      Nash’s bat leads Braves past Red Sox

      Bo Nash’s three RBIs and two hits helped pace an offensive attack that led to a 14-3 win for the 10-year-old First National Bank Braves over the Freeland Shull Attorney’s at Law Red Sox Thursday night at FNC Park.

      In other Oxford Park Commission youth baseball action Thursday, the Hunters Hollow Brewers beat the Chandler Nissan Cardinals 11-4 in the 11-12 league, while the Gilliland Orthodontics Yankees edged the Bank of Oxford Dodgers 7-5. In the 13-14 league, the Twins beat the Royals by forfeit, while Davis Logistics of Oxford Braves doubled up the Sharp Insurance Royals 8-4.

      In the lone girls softball game, the Dolphins defeated Shiloh Creek Land & Timber 18-7. (June 11, 2010, Page 7A)

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        Washington, Edge pace Phillies in win

        Great nights at the plate by Shelby Washington and Jess Edge proved to be the difference for the 9-year-old Rayner Eye Clinic Phillies in an 11-8 win over the Larson’s Big Star Red Sox Tuesday night at FNC Park.

        In the other 9-year-old game, the Bert’s Plumbing Reds nipped the Smith Building Supply Twins 12-11 thanks to a game-winning single from Easton Robbins. In two 10-year-old games, the Rock Star Taxi Yankees defeated the Freeland Shull Attorney’s at Law Red Sox 7-5, while the First National Bank Braves downed the Morgan White Insurance Rays 10-3.

        In the 11-12 league, the Orioles beat the McKeeson Royals 2-1, while the Chandler Nissan Cardinals beat the Bank of Oxford 12-7. (June 9, 2010, Page 6)

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          Late rally lifts Cards to win over Dolphins

          A late rally propelled the Carol Dorsey Studio Cardinals to a 16-14 win over the Dolphins in a 9-10 year-old Oxford Park Commission softball action Tuesday night. In action from Monday,  Shiloh Creek Land & Timber beat Carol Dorsey 19-10.

          In the later game, Emmie McCaffrey supplied plenty of offense, hitting two doubles and collecting four RBIs, whole Maci Kirkland also hit two doubles and tallied three RBIs and three runs scored. (June 9, 2010, Page 7)

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            Three-run fourth inning lifts Reds past D-Backs

            A three-run fourth inning helped the 9-year-old Bert’s Plumbing Reds edge the Ligon Oral Surgery Diamondbacks 11-10 in Oxford Park Commission youth baseball action Monday night at FNC Park.

            In the other 9-year-old game, the Rainbow Cleaners Yankees pounded the Plein Air Royals 15-3. In two 11-12 games, the Orioles beat the Hunter’s Hollow Brewers 7-2, while the Gilliland Orthodontics Yankees defeated the Oxford Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Rays 8-3. (June 8, 2010, Page 7)

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              One less golden handshake to give

              As you get older, your circle of friends becomes smaller for different reasons. Some reasons might include death, distance, or disappointment because maybe they weren’t worthy of being there in the first place. (June 1, 2010, Page 1B)

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                Parham, Twins double-up Cardinals in OPC action

                Nolan Parham turned in a solid performance on the mound and at the plate to lead the Hampton Inn Twins to a 10-5 victory over the Rozier Hayes Cardinals in the 13-14 year olds’ league to highlight a full slate of Oxford Park Commission youth baseball and softball action Thursday at FNC Park. (June 1, 2010, Page 3B)

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                  NASCAR’s ‘fun race’ enjoyable for all fans

                  NASCAR COLUMN – Kyle McElhaney takes a look back at last weekend’s All-Star event with its Sprint Showdown. He talks about the various parts of the all-star race, it’s controversial and exciting ending and what it meant to most drivers and fans. (May 27, 2010, Page 7)

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                    Pomeranz named Mississippi’s best

                    Ole Miss left-handed pitcher Drew Pomeranz was named the 2010 winner of the Cellular South Ferriss Trophy awarded annually to the top collegiate baseball player in the state of Mississippi. Pomeranz is the fourth Rebel to win the award. (May 25, 2010, Page 8)

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