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  1. Are You Ready for Some Softball?

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    February 24, 2012 by wcobserver

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    Despite the unusually warm temperatures this winter, spring doesn’t really begin until softball players begin stretching their limbs and tossing the ball around the infield. And indeed, that time is near, with teams from West Fork, Prairie Grove and Greenland practicing for the upcoming season. For the Greenland High School girls softball team, that practice will make perfect. Coach David Stout said he’s scheduled the maximum amount of games allowed, 22, and is looking forward to a great performance from his team, just as soon as they get done with the basketball season, that is. Many of the players on the softball team also play basketball, and the more successful the girls are on the court, the less time they’ll have on the field before game time. The Lady Pirates first game, in fact, is March 5, against Gentry. “I didn’t lose any starters so everyone except for one girl will come back out this year, so we should be fairly decent,” Stout said. “Right now, we won’t truly see how we’re going to be until basketball’s over. I wish the basketball girls all the luck in the world, but we’ll get started when they get done there. I want …

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  2. Warm Weather Fun

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    January 27, 2012 by wcobserver

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    Global warming isn’t all bad. The unseasonably warm weather the past couple of weeks meant folks could go outside for a little fresh air. The kids at the Prairie Grove Elementary after-school program took advantage of the pleasant tempratures to burn off that last little bit of school-day energy. The Prairie Grove High School softball team also made use of the weather, practicing for the upcoming season in shorts and t-shirts. Photos by Jeff Winkler

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  3. Softball District Champs

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    July 15, 2011 by wcobserver

    The West Fork 12 and Under Softball team

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