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Baseball seasons end for Cameron, Howe at Class A District Tournament

April 23, 2013

GETTING UNDER THE TAG — Cameron base runner Duncan Barnes, left, slides under the tag of Smithville catcher Josh Blake as umpire Mike Vann, right, watches during Saturday afternoon's Class A District Tournament title game in Cameron. PDN photo by David Seeley

CAMERON — The good news was the Cameron Yellowjackets baseball team, the host for the Class A District Tournament, made it to the title game. The bad news was the Yellowjackets ran into the Smithville Braves.
The Braves beat the ’Jackets in back-to-back games, winning the district title with a 16-6 mercy-rule win Saturday afternoon after edging them 2-1 on Friday night. The season ended for the Yellowjackets at 9-15.
The other local team in the field, the Howe Lions, went 0-2 on Friday, falling 13-8 to Cameron then 12-2 to Smithville to end their season at 6-10.

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