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Minutemen Look To Defend Crown

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  Original Published: 4/4/2014After going 22-5 last season and winning the OCC, the Lexington baseball team has started the 2014 season at 1-1 after a splitting a pair with league foe Ashland. New varsity coach Kevin Morror says one of his concerns early on is offense and the teams ability to hit the baseball after the loss of three All-Ohio players from a season ago. The Minutemen will be leaning on experienced pitchers Zach Temple and Brody Basilone along with junior short stop Evan Lee. Both Basilone and Lee agree if the team does not beat themselves they another shot at an OCC championship and district title.
   
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