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Senior League World Series field narrowing

By Bru Nimmons
Staff Reporter

EASLEY — Baseball is booming in the city of Easley, as the Senior League Baseball World Series opened up play last Saturday.

The tournament — which runs through this Saturday’s championship game, set to be televised at 8 p.m. on ESPN2 — was beginning to narrow itself down through three days of play at press time Tuesday, with teams from all over the world vying for the championship trophy.

The local S.C. District 1 team, comprised of some of the top young players in Easley, lost a tough first game to Central East Maui LL, representing the U.S. West region, but bounced back Monday night, as pitcher Luke Ryals threw a dazzling

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