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Bentonville Falls Short In Series Semifinal

Posted: August 18, 2012 at 5:02 a.m.

Sam Many of Bentonville is overcome Friday after getting pulled from the mound during the fifth inning of the All-Stars’ semifinal game against Willamette Valley, Ore., in the Cal Ripken World Series in at Memorial Park in Bentonville. Willamette Valley won 11-5.
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Sam Many of Bentonville is overcome Friday after getting pulled from the mound during the fifth inning of the All-Stars’ semifinal game against Willamette Valley, Ore., in the Cal Ripken World Series in at Memorial Park in Bentonville. Willamette Valley won 11-5.

Bentonville found a way to bounce back from one Willamette Valley comeback, but a second rally proved to be one too many Friday afternoon.

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