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  • Utica’s Danny Rife  pitches while his teammate, shortstop Austin Parmer, looks on and Newark Catholic’s Ryan Fitzgerald leads off from second during Tuesday’s game. The Redskins won, 12-9. style=

    Utica outmuscles Newark Catholic, 11-8

    Utica’s Danny Rife pitches while his teammate, shortstop Austin Parmer, looks on and Newark Catholic’s Ryan Fitzgerald leads off from second during Tuesday’s game. The Redskins won, 12-9. (Photo by Geoff Cowles)

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  • Mount Vernon’s Jayben Martin, front, catches a pop fly while teammate Nate Bolander looks on during Tuesday’s game against Grove City. The Yellow Jackets lost, 15-5. style=

    Jackets have no answers for Grove City

    Mount Vernon’s Jayben Martin, front, catches a pop fly while teammate Nate Bolander looks on during Tuesday’s game against Grove City. The Yellow Jackets lost, 15-5. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • Mount Vernon shortstop Chase Springer gathers a ground ball to get the force out at second to end the first inning in Tuesday’s game against Grove City. The Greyhounds won, 15-5. style=

    Jackets have no answers for Grove City

    Mount Vernon shortstop Chase Springer gathers a ground ball to get the force out at second to end the first inning in Tuesday’s game against Grove City. The Greyhounds won, 15-5. (Photo by Bill Davis)

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  • This award-winning exhibit follows the food Americans eat from the farm to the table. It is part of Rural by Design, a week of events exploring sustainability at home and around the world. style=

    Intricate system needed to deliver food

    This award-winning exhibit follows the food Americans eat from the farm to the table. It is part of Rural by Design, a week of events exploring sustainability at home and around the world. (Photo by Fred Main)

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  • Jim Moorehead, shown here along Monroe Mills Road, collects and recycles enough cans each year to finance a river rafting trip with his son. He deplores the amount of trash along the road he sees everyday on his way to work from his home in Apple Valley. style=

    Trash problem growing along county roads

    Jim Moorehead, shown here along Monroe Mills Road, collects and recycles enough cans each year to finance a river rafting trip with his son. He deplores the amount of trash along the road he sees everyday on his way to work from his home in Apple Valley. (Photo by Virgil Shipley)

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