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Wister boys fall short of making state, lose to Tushka in consolation finals

October 6, 2013

BYNG — The Wister Wildcats baseball team was trying to get back to state, but they'll have to wait for spring to have another shot.
The Wildcats suffered a 7-4 loss to the Tushka Tigers in the Class A Regional Tournament consolation finals Friday afternoon at Stokes Field. The Tigers eliminated No. 1 Byng on the Pirates' own field in the early game on Friday afternoon.
The ’Cats lost the regional title game 3-1 to the Latta Panthers on Thursday night, and they finish the season at 18-14.

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