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April 1, 2014

Diamond 'Dogs win thriller on final play

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THOMASVILLE —

The last match between these two also dished up a 1-0 in favor of the Rebels on March 11.

Berrien currently retains a two-way tie with Cook for first place in 1-AA, and the Bulldogs hope to trim that margin as the season crosses into the dogleg stretch.

“I love where we’re at right now,” McDougald said. “We may need a little help to make a run at the region title, but its still right there. ... At this time of the year, you’ve got to manage and think about all that stuff.

“It’s going to be a heck of a fight.”

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