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Farmington's Ness Enjoys Breakout Senior Season

Posted: April 5, 2014 at 5 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO RANDY MOLL Adam Ness, Farmington senior pitcher, delivers a pitch against Gentry in a recent game. Ness, who verbally committed to Arkansas-Little Rock on Thursday, leads the Cardinals in most hitting categories this season.
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STAFF PHOTO RANDY MOLL Adam Ness, Farmington senior pitcher, delivers a pitch against Gentry in a recent game. Ness, who verbally committed to Arkansas-Little Rock on Thursday, leads the Cardinals in most hitting categories this season.

FARMINGTON -- Adam Ness slid hard into third base, taking the Prairie Grove player's feet out. The baseball sailed to the fence and Ness quickly scrambled to his feet and raced for home.

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Adam Ness

School: Farmington

Height: 6-3

Position: Outfield/Pitcher

Notable: A three-year starter for the Cardinals. … Leads the team in almost all offensive categories including home runs (2), RBIs (7) and batting average (.533). … Is 2-1 with a 2.01 ERA and 16 strikeouts as a pitcher. … Has verbally committed to Arkansas-Little Rock.

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