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David Najjar pegs a throw to first base as the Wadena-Deer Creek Wolverines warm up for their April 8 home opener with Otter Tail Central.

Dykhoff can put vets on diamond

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Kyle Dykhoff will continue to build his Wadena-Deer Creek baseball program this spring with the help of a veteran group of upperclassmen.


"We have a strong core with the seniors," Dykhoff said. "They have really shown that they want to win."

The Wolverines will have good pitching and it only remains to be seen if they can avoid giving up that "big inning" to the competition. Last year's club allowed an average of 9.4 runs a game.

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