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NBC World Series schedules Liberal Bee Jays, El Dorado Broncos in Thursday feature game

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Valley Center's Aaron Marshall slides safely into third base after hitting a triple against Seattle in the sixth inning Wednesday night at the NBC Tournament. Seattle won, though, and advances to Thursday’s final six teams as the only unbeaten remaining.
Valley Center's Aaron Marshall slides safely into third base after hitting a triple against Seattle in the sixth inning Wednesday night at the NBC Tournament. Seattle won, though, and advances to Thursday’s final six teams as the only unbeaten remaining. Correspondent

The final six teams in the National Baseball Congress World Series play on Thursday night at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium.

5 p.m. – Haysville Aviators vs. Valley Center Diamond Dawgs. The loser is eliminated.

7:30 – El Dorado Broncos vs. Liberal Bee Jays. The loser is eliminated.

10 – Santa Barbara (Calif.) Foresters vs. Seattle Studs. Santa Barbara would be eliminated with a loss. Seattle, the remaining unbeaten team, would not be eliminated with a loss.

If Seattle wins, there would be one 7 p.m. game on Friday with the Studs advancing to Saturday’s championship round. If Seattle loses, there will be two Friday games beginning at 6 p.m.

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