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Baseball preview: Clippers armed and dangerous

Pitching, experience make them conference favorites

10:40 PM, Mar. 29, 2013
Sturgeon Bay's Casey Giesseman practices bunting off of a pitching machine operated by assistant coach Steve Wipperfurth during practice Tuesday.
Sturgeon Bay's Casey Giesseman practices bunting off of a pitching machine operated by assistant coach Steve Wipperfurth during practice Tuesday.
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The team that shared the Packerland Conference championship in 2011 and won it outright in 2012 is favored to take it all again this high school baseball season.

Everything appears in place for the Sturgeon Bay Clippers to pull off a three-peat, with a veteran lineup and a loaded pitching staff that sets them apart from the remaining seven Packerland teams.

"Winning a third straight conference title is definitely one of our goals this year," said Clippers coach Matt Propsom. "Gibraltar and Oconto look very tough and they're going to be forces to be reckoned with. They're going to be out to get us ...

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