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Vols lose lead twice, fall in home twin bill

April 25, 2014

Noah Heflin (11) celebrates a run with senior Josh Holtcamp during baseball action at Starkville Academy on Friday. (Photo by Lee Adams)

The Starkville Academy Volunteers enjoyed a 2-1 lead for three innings of the first game against Magnolia Heights School Friday afternoon.
When Hunter Peeples had delivered a two-run single to score Billy McGee and John McReynolds, it gave the Vols an advantage to feel good about.
The two runs turned out to be all Starkville Academy could get as it dropped a 6-2 decision to the Chiefs. It also lost the second game 6-3.

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