Castle at Forest Park

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    Forest Park's Daniel Lusk braced himself to tag out Castle's Will Nunn at home plate during Tuesday night's game in Ferdinand. The Rangers lost 11-3. Alisha Jucevic/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Evan Dilger pitched during Tuesday night's game against Castle in Ferdinand. The Rangers lost 11-3. Alisha Jucevic/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Evan Dilger tagged out Castle's Freddie Coudret at second during Tuesday night's game in Ferdinand. The Rangers lost 11-3. Alisha Jucevic/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Gavin Knust ran toward second after hitting a triple during Tuesday night's game against Castle in Ferdinand. The Rangers lost 11-3. Alisha Jucevic/The Herald

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    Forest Park fans Madalyn Waddle, 6, and her brother Waelyn, 1, both of Birdseye, and their cousin Alexis Berg of Ferdinand, 7, ate nachos and played together during Tuesday night's game against Castle in Ferdinand. Alisha Jucevic/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Daniel Lusk slid safely into second as Castle's Nathan James reached out to tag him during Tuesday night's game in Ferdinand. The Rangers lost 11-3. Alisha Jucevic/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Daniel Lusk rounded third during Tuesday night's game against Castle in Ferdinand. The Rangers lost 11-3. Alisha Jucevic/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Garret Berg caught a fly ball during Tuesday night's game against Castle in Ferdinand. The Rangers lost 11-3. Alisha Jucevic/The Herald

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    Forest Park's Reid Brown caught a throw at first during Tuesday night's game against Castle in Ferdinand. The Rangers lost 11-3. Alisha Jucevic/The Herald

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    Koby Greulich, 5, left, son of assistant coach Kyle Greulich, and Bryson Frick, 10, both of Ferdinand, played catch on the field after Tuesday night's game against Castle in Ferdinand. A rain cloud passed over the field during the end of the game, leaving a hint of moisture and a small rainbow as it passed. The Rangers lost 11-3. Alisha Jucevic/The Herald