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PJHS softball drops opener to Paris Mayo

Posted on August 10, 2022

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LAWRENCEVILLE –– The first game of the season was a rough one for Parkview Junior High School’s softball team. The Lady Braves opened their season at home against Paris Mayo Monday and suffered an 11-1 loss.

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