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Baseball, softball teams square off at 35 degrees

ROSCOMMON – The Grayling Vikings traveled south to Roscommon today (April 15) for a single game. Results at statistics were unavailable at the time of posting.

Temperatures at the start of the game hovered around 35 degrees with a 10 mile an hour breeze.

One of the Grayling baseball parents noted that it was as cold as when the Vikings played Negaunee in the football regionals last January.

Watch for more photos in the May print issue of Up North Voice.

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