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Bragg Appliance brings home city championship

Wednesday night’s game remained in doubt until the end, but when it was all said and done the youngest team in the sr. midget league stood atop the mountain.
With its 8-5 victory over Family First Hospice to sweep the city championship series, Bragg Appliance pushed its impressive season record to 14-1-1. FFH has delivered the goods as well with a mark of 13-3. In the deciding game, BA finished with fewer hits (4-7) and errors (1-6).

“(FFH) is a really good team with a lot of older kids, while we’ve got basically a group of nine-year-olds,” BA coach Kelly Bragg said. “I never expected us to be here this year, but we practiced so much and they got better; they deserve to be city champs.”

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