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JCJC, Northwest baseball games moved back a day

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Because of weather concerns, the Jones County Junior College at Northwest Mississippi best-of-three MACJC baseball playoff series has been moved back one day.

Game 1 of the series will be played at 5 p.m. on Saturday at Ranger Field, with game 2 scheduled for 2 p.m. on Sunday. A third game, if necessary, will follow 30 minutes after game 2.

All games of the series will air live on www.jcjc.tv or at www.ihigh.com/nwccrangers. Livestats can be viewed at http://www.sidearmstats.com/northwestms/baseball/scoreboard.aspx

The Bobcats are 28-16 and the Rangers are 27-14. The winner of the series will advance to the MACJC Tournament May 9-11 at the site of the highest remaining South Division team.

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