Woodford County Preps For State

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Updated: 6/04/2012 12:18 am
The 2012 KHSAA State Baseball Tournament starts Monday at 11 a.m. with Central Hardin and South Warren.

Game two at 1:30 will feature Saint Xavier and Mercer County.

Pikeville and Bishop Brossart are set for 6.

And first-time Region 11 champ, Woodford County, will square off with Powell County in the night cap at 8:30.

Even though it may be the Jackets first trip to state, they aren't foreigners to Whitaker Bank Park.

Win or lose, Coach Jeff Parrett is proud of his team's accomplishments so far this season.
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