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Metcalfe Hornet 9-10 year olds win at Tompkinsville

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By Tammy Sexton

The Metcalfe County Hornet 9-10 year old baseball team took home a tournament victory after a long day of games in Tompkinsville, KY, Saturday June 7, 2014. The final game of the night even went in overtime but the Hornets pulled out the win on a strike out by pitcher Wyatt Blythe. While being congratulated on the 7 to 6 win Blythe replied, "I didn't do it alone. My team did!" We're very proud of their hard work and determination. - TAMMY SEXTON

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Metcalfe County 9-10 year old Hornets win at Tompkinsville

2014-06-11 - Tompkinsville, KY - Photo by Johnnie Tarter. The Metcalfe County Hornet 9-10 year old baseball team took home a tournament victory after a long day of games in Tompkinsville Saturday, June 7, 2014. In the photo, sitting, from left: Shane Frey, Aidan Grindle, Carter Harbison, Landon Johnson, and Logan Phelps. Standing: Wyatt Blythe, Jax Allen, Elliott Spurlock, Cole Shive, Jake Love, Maddix Coulter, and Conner McCoy.C Coaches, from left Brian Baker, John Allen, Joey Shive and Chris Phelps. - TAMMY SEXTON
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