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Tribune photo by Tom Larson Willmar starter A.J. Puckett delivers a pitch against the Thunder Bay Border Cats during the first inning Thursday at Bill Taunton Stadium.

Stingers tame Border Cats


WILLMAR — The Willmar Stingers didn’t waste any time coming off the three-day All-Star break, scoring six runs in the first three innings on their way to beating the Thunder Bay Border Cats 7-2 on Thursday at Bill Taunton Stadium.

The Stingers improved to 15-9 and sit in first place in the Northwoods League North Division second half.

They face Thunder Bay again 7:05 p.m. today in Willmar.

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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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