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GRACEVILLE ANGELS ARE DISTRICT CHAMPS

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The rains didn’t dampen the spirits or diminish the play of a determined group of the Graceville Angels Monday night in Wewahitchka as they put together back-to-back wins in soaking wet uniforms to bring home the District Championship! It wasn’t…
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NWFL Aces pick up five wins in Hattiesburg

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The Northwest Florida (NWFL) Aces 15U traveled to Hattiesburg, Mississippi this past weekend and showed folks in Mississippi how the Florida Panhandle plays baseball, in it to win it. They picked up five straight wins in the tournament. The Aces…
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Nathan McDonald – baseball in his blood

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TIMES Managing Editor Marianna native Nathan McDonald has baseball in his blood. Although he’s coached soccer, worked as a ski instructor in Colorado, and now lives in New Zealand, he has never lost his love of baseball. McDonald played four…
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CHIPOLA INDIANS ARE NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

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Records were set, teams were eliminated one by one, but when the final out came Saturday night at just shy of 11:30 in Jackson County, cheers could be heard from Beef O’Brady’s who carried the games on the big screens…
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