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Dan Collins, who began the
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season still feeling the effects
of meningitis, hit over .300
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centerfield.
"He started out slowly,"
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Collins suffered from men-
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While Osborn describes
Collins as, "the finest short-
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that Collins' hitting has
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two years. Collins went
9-for-15 in a five-game invita-
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Kokomo, Ind., this summer.

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The state champion Fern-
dale American Legion
baseball team reached the
final of the national regional
in South Bend, Ind., last
weekend, but lost the title
game, 5-1 to Cincinnati. Cin-
cinnati advances to the
American Legion World
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week.
Ferndale won their regional
opener, 13-6, over Illinois.
Undefeated pitcher Jason
Novetsky started and threw
six and one-third innings, per-
mitting five runs and nine
hits while striking out three.
Novetsky got the win. David
Katkowsky had two hits.
Jason Markowitz started
and lost game two, as Fern-
dale fell to Wisconsin, 6-2.
Ferndale then edged
Evansville, 2-1, and beat Cin-
cinnati, 6-3. Novetsky won
the fifth game, hurling six in-
nings of a 22-4 rout of Wiscon-
sin. Novetsky allowed two
runs, two hits and fanned
seven. Markowitz pitched the
final three frames. Novetsky
and Katkowsky had two hits
apiece.
Ferndale managed only
three hits as they lost the
final of the double-
elimination tournament.
"One of those days when the
pitching shut us down," ex-
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Joseph.

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