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Updated: 07/24/2014 08:00:01AM

Comeback keeps Nocatee Baptist winless

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ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPP, sbigdaddyknapp@aol.com

Clarke Pest Control’s keystone combination of Bryan Sands and Kandice Browning complete the front half of a double play in the 18-13 win over Nocatee Baptist Church.

ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPP, sbigdaddyknapp@aol.com

Jenna Roberts drills a base hit to left for Nocatee Baptist Church in their loss to Clarke Pest Control.

ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPP, sbigdaddyknapp@aol.com

Jamar Jones hustles to beat the throw to Nocatee Baptist first baseman Jobie Bates in the fourth inning. Jones’ three-run homer in the bottom of the sixth inning helped Clarke Pest Control to an 18-13 win.

ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPP, sbigdaddyknapp@aol.com

Courtney Bonville is safe at first in the sixth inning as first baseman Travis Canfield watches a wild throw sail past him into the right field corner. Bonville went all the way to third base and scored the tying run in the seven- run rally that gave Clarke Pest Control an 18-13 win.

ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPP, sbigdaddyknapp@aol.com

The 2014 Clarke Pest Control team in the DeSoto County Adult Athletic Association softball league. Players include Courtney Bonville, Karen Boatright, Robert Miller, Chris and Kandice Browning, Kyle Altman, Jamar Jones, Taylor and Logan Browning, Bryan Sands and Brad Roberts.

ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPP, sbigdaddyknapp@aol.com

Members of the Nocatee Baptist Church co-ed team includes Jobie Bates, Jenna Roberts, Shane and Heather Lowe, Jake and Heather Safford, Candice Jacobson, Josh Safford, Austin Lambright, Travis Canfield, Dillon White and Garret Foster.

by Steve Knapp

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Nocatee Baptist Church coach Jake Safford said in a pregame statement, “We’re not a bad team, we just can’t play a complete game. We will either start out strong and die at the end or start slow and have to come back late in the game.”

In last week’s 18-13 loss to Clarke Pest Control in the DeSoto County Adult Athletic Association softball game, NBC started strong and led all of the way until a 7-run uprising in the bottom of the sixth inning gave Clarke their first lead in the game.

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