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Updated: 11/02/2013 08:00:02AM

Everyone called a winner on the field

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PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Umpire Mike Brennan turns around after comments from Rev. Kevin Deck in Wednesday's game. After Deck hit Tim Delph with a pitch, Brennan yelled out, "You're not out of the game," to Deck, and that drew some comments. After that, Deck playfully threatened Delph again on the next pitch. And after he flew out to left field in that at bat, Brennan told him to take first base because he was hit by a pitch.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

The winners of Wednesday night's softball game that raised money for the Denise Smith Memorial Scholarship and the Fight for Casey posed for a combined photo after the game.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Jimmy Giles (blue shirt) was congratulated by his teammates after hitting a home run in the softball game Wednesday. But it mattered little as far the game was concerned as it made the score 11-4. To Giles though, he said, "Finally got one out."

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Rev. Kevin Deck pitches in Wednesday's softball game that raised money for the Denise Smith Scholarship Fund and for Casey Prescott's fight against breast cancer.

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Eric Harrison strokes a three-run home run in the sixth inning for the Fight for Casey team. First Assembly won the game 11-5, but players felt the winners were the Prescotts and Denise Smith Scholarship Fund.

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Casey Prescott thanks the crowd when it cheered as her name was announced before she threw out the first pitch at fundraising softball game Wednesday at Bartow High School. With her on the pitcher's mound is her husband Nate and their son, Benjamin. The game between First Assembly of God and Bartow teachers raised money for the Denise Smith Memorial Scholarship and Fight for Casey in her battle against breast cancer. For more on this, see Pages 10-11.

By JEFF ROSLOW

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The First Assembly Church scored more runs than the Bartow High School teachers in Wednesday’s softball fundraising softball game but as announcer Tripp Wallace said following the seven-inning affair, they weren’t the only winners.

“We have three winners tonight,” he said through the loud speaker. “Bartow First Assembly, the Fight for Casey and Denise Smith.”

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