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Lake City's John Brown attempts to pick off Kenyon-Wanamingo's Jared Clawitter during the second game of Saturday's double header. (Republican Eagle photo by Kyle Stevens)

Baseball: K-W doubles up on Lake City

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LAKE CITY – Hitting the ball the other way is something one rarely sees in high school baseball. Sure, some batted balls end up as slicing base hits, though often it’s due to late swings. To see a player or two actually use the opposite field as a weapon is something typically reserved for higher levels.

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And to witness an entire lineup use the strategy? Well, that’s uncommon for almost any league.

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Kyle Stevens
Kyle Stevens is a sports reporter for the Red Wing Republican Eagle. Previously, Kyle worked at the Owatonna People’s Press, as well as KWLM and KLFN in Willmar. You can contact Kyle by phone at (651) 301-7879, via e-mail at kstevens@republican-eagle.com, and follow him on Twitter @RE_KStevens.
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