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Baseball: BBE takes Ashby out of the Section 6A end of the season games; Coach Larson thinks about the senior class’ effect

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GLENWOOD-After finishing a 3-0 shutout prevail upon the Upsala-Swanville Area Trojans (20-3) with a 4-6-3 twofold play prior in the day, the Ashby ball club had a ton of force in front of its Tuesday night Section 6A season finisher end game against Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa.

Five shows in the primary inning to the Jaguars (14-11) squashed the Arrows’ force and at last, the Jaguars won 8-3.

“We were truly level in the primary inning,” Ashby lead trainer Jared Larson said. “That happens when you don’t come out terminating on all chambers in the end of the season games.”

In the primary inning, the Jaguars scored off of RBI hits from Ashton Dingmann, Gavin Kampsen, Luke Dingmann and Tanner Shelton. Luke Dingmann hit a two-run grand slam in the 6th inning.

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The Arrows were the No. 2 seed in the 6A north subsection, while Upsala-Swanville was the No. 2 seed in the 6A south

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