East Chapel Hill baseball head coach Phil Woodell, left, watches as his Wildcats players do short-range fielding and glove work Thursday. They stayed on the infield baseline area between first and third bases due to wet conditions of the grassy field. Defying the piles of snow still sitting in some area of campus, East started baseball practice last week and hosted exhibition games this weekend.
East Chapel Hill baseball head coach Phil Woodell, left, watches as his Wildcats players do short-range fielding and glove work Thursday. They stayed on the infield baseline area between first and third bases due to wet conditions of the grassy field. Defying the piles of snow still sitting in some area of campus, East started baseball practice last week and hosted exhibition games this weekend. HARRY LYNCH
East Chapel Hill baseball head coach Phil Woodell, left, watches as his Wildcats players do short-range fielding and glove work Thursday. They stayed on the infield baseline area between first and third bases due to wet conditions of the grassy field. Defying the piles of snow still sitting in some area of campus, East started baseball practice last week and hosted exhibition games this weekend. HARRY LYNCH

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February 23, 2014 12:00 AM