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The Ira Bulldogs are considered by many as one of the teams to watch in District 6-2A this spring. But for four innings on Tuesday evening at Gail, the home team Borden County Coyotes showed that they could hang with the Bulldogs. “For the first four innings tonight this was a pretty good ball game,” BC Coach Bubba Edwards said. Unfortunately, it was the final three innings that got Edwards’ Coyotes into trouble as Ira rallied to an 18-5 victory. Ira owned a 3-2 edge after the first four innings. Ira, however pulled away for good with a huge fifth inning where they outscored ...

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