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3/17/09

Extra Innings 3.17

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SOFTBALL 
Montery

17

Tascosa

0

   
Muleshoe

3

Abernathy

9

   
Estacado

0

Lubbock Cooper

15

   
Amarillo

2

Coronado  15
   
Lubbock High

1

Odessa

12

   
Frenship

11

Big Spring

4

   
BASEBALL 
Frenship

2

Estacado

12

   
Abernathy

4

Roosevelt

5

   
Denver City

10

Slaton

2

   
Nazareth

1

Olton

12

   
Plainview

1

Trinity Christian

11

 
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