Tri-City Ledger -

Enjoying the battle

 

July 2, 2020

Courtesy Photo

W.S. Neal's Issac Smith gives a friendly pat to T.R. Miller's Miller Hart during Saturday's 'Battle of Murder Creek' baseball game between the two schools. Josh Godwin, owner of David's Catfish and Popeye's Chicken, Chip Peach with his Ford and Chevrolet dealerships and Winston Lindsey with Living Southern Homes sponsored the event at Coastal Alabama Community College that gave the 2020 teams one last chance on the diamond.

W.S. Neal's Issac Smith gives a friendly pat to T.R. Miller's Miller Hart during Saturday's 'Battle of Murder Creek' baseball game between the two schools. Josh Godwin, owner of David's Catfish and Popeye's Chicken, Chip Peach with his Ford and Chevrolet dealerships and Winston Lindsey with Living Southern Homes sponsored the event at Coastal Alabama Community College that gave the 2020 teams one last chance on the diamond.

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