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Barton’s run ends with 13-2 loss to North Greenville

Posted on May 3, 2021

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Baseballs left the confines of Fleming Stadium at an abnormal rate during the 2021 Conference Carolinas tournament. For four games, Barton College was an able participant in the eight-team bashing spree. But with their backs against the wall in an elimination game Sunday afternoon, the Bulldogs took an untimely break from hitting the long ball in favorable conditions.

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