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Area Scores

College Baseball

Louisiana Monroe- 5

Southern Miss- 7

 

William Carey- 10

Union- 7

 

Ole Miss- 12

Jackson State- 0

 

Mississippi State- 6

Alcorn State- 2

 

College Softball

JCJC- 10

PRCC- 1   Gm 1.

 

JCJC- 9

PRCC- 1   Gm. 2

 

Columbia- 1

William Carey- 3   Gm. 1

 

Columbia- 8

William Carey- 10

 

High School Baseball

Petal- 8

Oak Grove- 5

 

Lawrence County- 1

Purvis- 6

 

Meridian-0

Hattiesburg-10

 

Seminary- 0

Sumrall- 6

 

Pass Christian- 3

Perry Central- 6

 

Poplarville- 5

FCAHS- 8

 

High School Softball

Wayne County- 3

Oak Grove- 4

 

 

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