Bovard wins Game 1 of Indiana County League championship series

Bovard wins Game 1 of Indiana County League championship series

Jon Murphy hurled a complete game and Bovard won Game 1 of its best-of-seven Indiana County League championship series, 5-1, on Sunday. …read more

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