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Jefferson City catcher Danny Eveler tries to tag out Holt’s Conner Hales on a play at the plate during the second inning of Thursday’s game at Vivion Field. Hales was safe on the play.

Jefferson City catcher Danny Eveler tries to tag out Holt’s Conner Hales on a play at the plate during the second inning of Thursday’s game at Vivion Field. Hales was safe on the play. Photo by Deborah Cote.

One bad inning is all it takes. The second inning was that inning for the Jefferson City Jays.

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Holt scored five runs to grab the lead and the Jays tried to played catch-up the entire game until falling 7-3 Thursday afternoon at Vivion Field.

“We battled, but against a team like that, they’re going to hit and continue to put pressure on you,” Jays coach Brian Ash said. “We kind of shot ....

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