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Let the spring sports season begin - maybe

9:36 PM, Apr. 5, 2013
This is what Sturgeon Bay's baseball field looked like on Monday with a view from the pitcher's mound. Snow and lingering cold weather have had a big impact on the spring sports season for area teams.
This is what Sturgeon Bay's baseball field looked like on Monday with a view from the pitcher's mound. Snow and lingering cold weather have had a big impact on the spring sports season for area teams.
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If - and that's a BIG if - Mother Nature cooperates, the high school spring sports season might finally get under way this coming week.

Area teams are hopeful anyway to get outdoors after spending roughly the last three weeks inside because of lingering cold weather and playing fields blanketed with snow.

"The coaches and athletes have been chomping at the bit to get outside. The longer we have to have indoor practices, the tougher it is to keep team moral high," said Sevastopol athletic director and former softball coach Tim Newton. "Can't stop thinking of last year when we had our first ...

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