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Cade Bass practices her pitching technique at the newly opened Between the Lines 8,000-square foot indoor facility located inside the Columbia Center at 611 Hammock Rd. Members gain 24-hour access to the batting cages, tee work and soft toss training stations, pitching rubber and areas for various agility and other sport-related fitness activities.
Between the Lines facility available for serious practice
Four partners came together to purchase an 8,000-square foot facility for baseball and softball development.
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- Between the Lines facility available for serious practice
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Kelsey Chambers scored an impressive four goals in the Lady Trojans’ 6-1 win over Westfield Friday, April 11 in Perry.
UR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Chambers leads Lady Trojan soccer
While the season has been a difficult one for the John Milledge Academy girls’ soccer team, they wrapped up their regular season on a positive note with junior forward Kelsey Chambers posting big numbers in the final two games to earn Athlete of the Week honors.
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- UR ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Chambers leads Lady Trojan soccer
HODGES: Sunday is coming
The day Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey, people cheered him, laid palm branches in his path, and watched as their hero came to the Holy City.
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- HODGES: Sunday is coming
CURTAIN CALL: Auditions today for upcoming 'Hay Fever'
“Would you dance with a friend, for until this war ends, there’s no more time.
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QUEEN: Visitors compliment CVB employees
My wife and I were visiting Milledgeville last week and decided to take the historical trolley tour, which started at the Convention & Visitors Bureau.
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