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Never out of it: Tribe uses eight-run inning for comeback victory over Century

THE DALLES WAHTONKA infielder Clay Copper rifles a shot to left field during Thursday’s varsity hardball contest versus Century. Copper had two hits, a run scored, an RBI and raised batting average to .370 on the season in leading  the Eagle Indians to an 11-3 victory.

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THE DALLES WAHTONKA infielder Clay Copper rifles a shot to left field during Thursday’s varsity hardball contest versus Century. Copper had two hits, a run scored, an RBI and raised batting average to .370 on the season in leading the Eagle Indians to an 11-3 victory.



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TDW’S Nolan McCall makes an acrobatic toss to first base in Thursday’s baseball game in The Dalles. The Tribe used an eight-run second to complete the comeback for an 11-3 win over Century.

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