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    Jasper's Ben Moore, left, and Devon Traylor head back to the dugout after an inning during Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper's dugout was still a little wet before the start of their game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper assistant coaches Jason Ahlbrand, left, and Phil Kendall spread extra dirt around home plate to help dry out the ground before Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper assistant coach Phil Kendall spread extra dirt on the field to dry it out before the start of Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper seniors Caitlynn Wessel, left, and Mikaela Lechner tried to unstick two frozen chicken patties from each other as they cooked up food for the concession stand during Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper's Devon Traylor, right center, jokingly hit catcher Scott Stallwood on his helmet before the start of Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper pitcher Seth Hollinden pitched during Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper's second baseman Andy Knust fielded a ground ball during Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    The Jasper team returned to the dugout after an inning during Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper pitcher Seth Hollinden tried to tag out Princeton's Shawn Gibson at home plate during Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper's Austin Alles rounded second base during Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper's starting pitcher Seth Hollinden had his shoulder massaged by team chiropractor Jared Brosmer of Jasper during Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper head coach Terry Gobert watched his team from the dugout during Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper's Austin Alles, right, was congratulated by teammate Devon Traylor after he scored a run during Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper's Nathan Leibering, left, Courtland Betz and Bradyon Betz watched a fly ball go out of play from the dugout during Jasper's game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald

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    Jasper's Spencer Otto dove to make the final catch to end the game Tuesday against Princeton at Ruxer Field. The Wildcats won 4-2. Matthew Busch/The Herald