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Kelso Fast pitch finishes fourth at World Series

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) - Congratulations to the Kelso men's fast pitch softball team who finished 4th out of 36 teams in the North American Fast Pitch World Series (NAFA).

Kelso competed in the -A- Major Division and placed four on the All-World Series tournament team.

Receiving the honor is pitcher Tom Jansen, catcher Eric Beardslee, second baseman Tyler Beardslee and center fielder Clayton Eftink.

The tournament was played in rockford, Illinois.

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