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Pawhuska Roadrunners first baseman Hayden Henley, at right, and second baseman Colton Hindman are seen during a baseball game earlier this summer. The American Legion AAA team recently concluded its initial season, which had a shortened schedule — primarily due to several rainouts earlier this summer. Legion officials are looking forward to trying again next season. It’s hoped that the Roadrunners and other local squads will soon benefit from an Osage County Sports Complex being developed next to the Osage County Fairgrounds. Jack Buzbee/journal-Capital
Pawhuska Roadrunners first baseman Hayden Henley, at right, and second baseman Colton Hindman are seen during a baseball game earlier this summer. The American Legion AAA team recently concluded its initial season, which had a shortened schedule — primarily due to several rainouts earlier this summer. Legion officials are looking forward to trying again next season. It’s hoped that the Roadrunners and other local squads will soon benefit from an Osage County Sports Complex being developed next to the Osage County Fairgrounds. Jack Buzbee/journal-Capital

Pawhuska Roadrunners first baseman Hayden Henley, at right, and second baseman Colton Hindman are seen during a baseball game earlier this summer. The American Legion AAA team recently concluded its initial season, which had a shortened schedule — primarily due to several rainouts earlier this summer. Legion officials are looking forward to trying again next season. It’s hoped that the Roadrunners and other local squads will soon benefit from an Osage County Sports Complex being developed next to the Osage County Fairgrounds.

Jack Buzbee/journal-Capital

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