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BGovs Alumni Playing College Baseball in 2019-20
Canaan Fagerland Dalton Feeney HS Jaxon Ford

Canaan Fagerland

Concordia College

Dalton Feeney

North Carolina State

Jaxon Ford

University of Mary

Photo by Peter Walther '23 Stevie Kraljic Zac Martin

Cole Foss

St. John's University

Stevie Kraljic

University of Mary

Zac Martin

University of Mary

Paxton Miller

Paxton Miller

University of Mary

Ben Weaver

University of Jamestown

Dawson Weikum

University of Jamestown

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Q: Why does it take longer to get from second base to third base than it does from first base to second base? A: Because there is a shortstop in between. :)




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