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Eagles enjoy a breath of fresh air

Duanesburg's Tori Powers, beats the throw to  St. Johnsville catcher Caitlyn Handy to score their first run Tuesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Duanesburg's Tori Powers, beats the throw to St. Johnsville catcher Caitlyn Handy to score their first run Tuesday.
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The Duanesburg softball team was happy just to be outside, playing on its home field. A nine-run first inning and 18-5 win over Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville on Tuesday only added to the enjoyment. “It’s just so good to be playing games, actually being outside and on our field,” said first baseman Rachel Gamache, who had two hits and drove in two runs out of the cleanup spot. “You can only be inside for so long. “This ...


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