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Tribune photo by Tom Larson Willmar second baseman Jake Gronsky, left, takes a throw from catcher Kyle Perry and drops the tag on Waterloo runner Connor McClain, who was stealing, for the second out of the first inning on Wednesday at Bill Taunton Stadium.

Stingers’ bats come alive

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WILLMAR — To have a shot at a Northwoods League title, the Willmar Stingers will eventually have to get past the Waterloo Bucks.

They came into Wednesday’s game 0-4 this year against the first-half champions, but were able to break the streak with a 14-7 win over the Bucks at Bill Taunton Stadium.

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Ben Brewster

Ben Brewster covers the Willmar Stingers and other area sports, as well as laying out the daily sports section cover for the West Central Tribune. Follow him on Twitter @benbrewster.

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