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Oakley makes biggest play of 3-game series


Freshman Lion Clayton Jenkins is greeted with high-fives as he enters the dugout. He had the go-ahead triple in the third game of Ennis’ three-game series with the Temple Wildcats this past weekend. Jenkins’ play wasn’t the biggest of the series, however. That belonged to the arm of Trevor Oakley. Temple High School baseball player Ty Culp learned a lessen from the Old West on Saturday: you can’t outrun the long arm of the law. The third game in a best-of-three playoff series at Mary Hardin-Baylor’s Red Murff Field had Temple leading 1-0 and threatening in the fifth inning. The Wildcats’ T.J. Rumfield, a 2017 All-State selection, drilled a two-out double in the right-centerfield gap. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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