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Leo Eckman, left, waited for his turn while Nick Stratton, both 7 and of Jasper, received eye black under his eyes from senior Nick Gobert of the Jasper varsity baseball team in the Wildcats’ dugout before Tuesday night’s game against Forest Park at Ruxer Field. Leo and Nick were honorary bat boys. The two won the opportunity during The Hoot fundraising auction in February that benefited Holy Family School. The Wildcats won 6-3. …

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