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Sports briefs: 3A baseball tourney moved to Orem

Published May 12, 2013 5:26 pm
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Prep baseball • The Utah High School Activities Association announced Sunday night that the Class 3A state tournament has been moved from Dixie State College to Utah Valley University in Orem.

The move was made because Dixie State was named the host site for the NCAA Division II West Regional.

Kevin Dustin, assistant director of the UHSAA, said updated brackets will be on the UHSAA website Monday. Spanish Fork also will host four games, Dustin said in an email. The tournament resumes on Thursday.

Kevin Winters Morriss

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