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Updated: 04/24/2014 03:38:02PM

Miners hope for long ride starting in Santa Fe

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PHOTOS BY NEAL BYRD
Cody Daniels delivers a pitch in relief for the Fort Meade Miners last Thursday.

Glavine Harpe was sharp on the mound last Thursday at the Fort Meade Miners defeated rival Frostproof, 5-1.

Fort Meade shortstop D.J. King comes in to field this grounder in action last Thursday in Frostproof.

Frostproof's Curt Barnes can't come up with this throw at second base at Fort Meade Miner Trey Porter slides in to the bag.

Fort Meade's Jacob Paige can only watch and wait for what would be a late throw to third as Frostproof's speedy Marcus Bobb slides in safely. The Miners lost, 5-1, and their season came to an end Monday in the first round of the district playoffs in a loss to Lake Placid,

Fort Meade's Conner Slay ducks, but is safe at second as Frostproof's Curt Barnes waits for the throw.

By KENDRICK SLAY

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As the 2014 regular baseball season came to a close, the Fort Meade Miners honored seven seniors prior to their final home game against Hardee.

Daniel Watson, Devin Danforth, D.J. King, Jaren Barfield, Malik Brown, Tobias Culpepper, and Trey Porter were all cited during pre-game ceremonies as the Miners welcomed the 19-4 arch rival Hardee Wildcats, ready to avenge a 10-1 defeat earlier this season in Wauchula.

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