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April 21, 2014 9:50 AM

Pirates focused on four fundamentals

In looking forward to the homestretch of the baseball season, Corinth Holders' first-year coach Adam Weaver expresses guarded optimism. Four conference games remain on the Two Rivers 3A Conference schedule for the Pirates, who sit in third place in the conference standings, with a 4-2 record, one game behind co-leaders South Johnston and Erwin Triton. But in order to achieve hopes of reaching the NCHSAA playoffs, the Pirates will need victories in most, if not all, of those games.

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