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John Fleckenstein II, president of the Big Brothers Big Sisters board, announced his approach from the press box. The pitcher, a student and softball player from Schreiner University, wound up her pitch and sent it flying toward him. With little hesitation, he swung at just the right time and connected. The ball flew outside of the baseball diamond and landed in the outfield, earning his team 100 points. Vezor is a “little” with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Texas Hill Country.
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Selecting a term
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