Coastal Plain League President Pete Bock points toward the construction site for the stadium where the Holly Springs Salamanders will play starting next year. Coach Andrew Ciencin, right, looks on during a news conference on Thursday in Holly Springs.
Coastal Plain League President Pete Bock points toward the construction site for the stadium where the Holly Springs Salamanders will play starting next year. Coach Andrew Ciencin, right, looks on during a news conference on Thursday in Holly Springs. aspecht@newsobserver.com
Coastal Plain League President Pete Bock points toward the construction site for the stadium where the Holly Springs Salamanders will play starting next year. Coach Andrew Ciencin, right, looks on during a news conference on Thursday in Holly Springs. aspecht@newsobserver.com

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