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Clark College baseball players plan their own season

By Micah Rice, Columbian Sports Editor
Published: March 12, 2021, 6:04am
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Clark College baseball coach Mark Magdaleno, in red, talks with his team at a practice Wednesday at Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex. Clark&#039;s players are playing as the independent club team NW Star after the college canceled spring sports two weeks ago.
Clark College baseball coach Mark Magdaleno, in red, talks with his team at a practice Wednesday at Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex. Clark's players are playing as the independent club team NW Star after the college canceled spring sports two weeks ago. (Micah Rice/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

RIDGEFIELD – At the end of a recent practice, baseball players from Clark College simulated a game-winning hit.

The runner tore around the bases, slid into home plate and was mobbed by his ecstatic teammates.

It didn’t matter that the jerseys they wore didn’t represent their school, but rather the club team NW Star.

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