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    Forest Park's Lance Buechler, left, was congratulated by his teammates after scoring a run during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Bryce Bettag, left, and Damon Wilmes, right, walked back in the dugout after congratulating a teammate on scoring during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Ben Kitten and assistant coach Brady Gunselman do the "flailing bird" high five in the dugout during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Ben Wendholt pitched during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Adam Braunecker, left, and Andy Schlachter, right, high fived after scoring two runs during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Alex Hassfurther, left, and Jared Wilgus, right, high fived after Wilgus scored a run during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Ben Wendholt pitched during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    The Rangers exited the field after an inning during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park head coach Jarred Howard smiled as he talked with his assistant coaches near the dugout during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Josh Voegerl smiled at his teammate as they joked around inside the dugout during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Alex Hassfurther, left, hugged Lance Buechler, second from left, after Buechler exited the field during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0.Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    From left, Forest Park's Bryan Hurst, Lance Buechler, Trent Bayer, Cole Wendholt, and Ben Wendholt laughed with one another as they walked off the field during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park assistant coach Brian Partenheimer, left, tossed a ball to assistant coach Brady Gunselman's son, Keaton Gunselman, 2, of Jasper, during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    The Rangers put the tarp over home plate after their win over Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Alec Hassfurther caught a fly ball during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Alec Hassfurther ran to third base during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Bryan Hurst threw the ball to first for an out during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Ben Wendholt pitched to home during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    The Forest Park dugout rubbed their hats before the pitch for "deuces," meaning two outs in the inning with a count of two balls and two strikes for the batter during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Adam Braunecker slid into home for a run during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Jared Wilgus looked up his first base coach, Kyle Greulich after diving back to first base during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    The Forest Park dugout held their hats out before the pitch during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Damon WIlmes threw the ball to first during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's pitcher Ben Wendholt fielded a ball from the mound to make an out during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Bryan Hurst, left, and Ben Wendholt, right, bumped gloves after Wendholt left the mound during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Adam Braunecker rounded third as Perry Central's Trey Mullis watched the play develop during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park assistant coach Kyle Greulich, left, coached Bryan Hurst on his batting stance during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Alec Hassfurther ran to third during Forest Park's last home game this season against Perry Central at Ranger Field in Ferdinand. The Rangers won 17-0. Matthew Busch/The Herald