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Eyes national world series

Macclenny’s Caleb Scott has been selected to compete in the Baseball Factory’s Pirate City National World Series in Bradenton later this month.

The catch: the 15-year-old athlete needs some $3000 for the trip. He’s been soliciting donations online and raised $750 thus far. Read More »

Some receiver shifting for 7-on-7s

The Wildcat football team played the first of three scheduled seven-on-seven drills when it hosted the Oakleaf Knights June 23, showcasing the progress players have made since the spring game at First Coast. Read More »

Bullets finish second in inaugural

The Baker Bullets hit the pool for their first meet of the season June 21 at the Barco-Newton YMCA in Fleming Island and came away with a second-place finish out of three teams. Read More »

Yellow team clinches local tee-ball crown

The Baker County Little League tee ball season capped off June 21 with a four-team all-star tournament at the Knabb Sports Complex, and the Yellow team won the championship in a close game over the Red team. Read More »

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