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Battle of the Beach rapidly expanding in second year

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Battle of the Beach rapidly expanding in second year

Battle of the Beach rapidly expanding in second year

When Biloxi Head Coach Eddie Lofton started Battle of the Beach in 2017 the original field was comprised of 30 teams.

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Battle of the Beach rapidly expanding in second year

When biloxi head coach eddie- lofton started battle of the- beach, in 20-17... the original- field was comprised, of 30- teams.- just one year later, the- mastermind behind the - week-long high school baseball- showcase... has seen his event- expand... by more than 50 - percent.- this time around, 47 teams are- getting in on the action... - which is- being played across eight local- high schools... in- addition to seven games, at - m-g-m park... later in the week- all-in-all, upwards of 80 - match-ups will have taken place- between monday and saturday...- with teams from five different- states... taking the diamond.

- consider it... an alternative - spring break.

- - "all these schools that are coming in from out- of town - basically everything- north of wiggins is on spring - break now.

And then all - of these other states that are- coming in, this is their spring- break as well.

So for them to b- able to come down to the coast,- enjoy seafood, enjoy everything- that biloxi - and gulfport and ocean springs- have to offer, it's a great - venue.

And that's a great thing- for biloxi, too.

It should be - very good for the economics - throughout the week for our - three - towns, so i'm very pleased and- happy that we could get it- going."

- - - starting friday and running - through saturday... the - local teams playing at m-g-m- park are harrison - central, biloxi, ocean- springs... gulfport versus- george county...- and west harrison against st.

- martin.

- -




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