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Heartland sports scores on 05/03

(KFVS) - (Cape Girardeau, Mo.) - Here are your Heartland sports scores from Saturday, May 3rd:

High School Baseball:

Sikeston-2
Notre Dame-3
F/8

Kennett-4
Poplar Bluff-3
F

Jackson-11
New Madrid Co. Central-1
F

Dexter-5
Cape Central-6
F

Oran-7
Malden-5
F

Oran-4
Neelyville-7
F

Scott City-6
Kelly-5
F

Kelly-5
Advance-4
F

Scott City-6
Advance-4
F

NCAA Baseball

Murray State-6
Southeast Missouri State-8
F

Evansville-2
Southern Illinois-8
F

NCAA Softball

Murray State-5
Southeast Missouri-4
F

Murray State-1
Southeast Missouri-0
F


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