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One of the same elements which played a big factor in Borden County’s five-game win streak going into this week’s Class 1A state baseball playoffs, got them into trouble in their first game of the post-season.After getting 15 to 16 hits a game in the past two and a half weeks, the District 4-1A champs were held to only six hits Thursday night at Floydada. They fell to Crosbyton, 4-3, in game one of their Class 1A Bi-District playoff series.“Their pitcher did a great job against us,” Borden County Coach Trey Richey said.“We still hit the ball but a lot ...

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