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Season opener postponed due to severe weather outlook

DEWAYNE HOLLOWAY_dewayne@mcnews.online
The threat of severe weather has pushed the start of the 2023 baseball and softball seasons back a few days for Mount Ida’s Lions and Lady Lions. Caddo Hills is still scheduled to start their season March 6.

Mount Ida baseball and softball programs were set to open the season at home Thursday, March 2, with Murfreesboro coming to town. However, the threat of severe weather has led to the cancellation of the games against Murfreesboro.

The boys will now open their season on the road at Jessieville March 6. They will travel to Magnet Cove March 7 before returning home March 10 to host their home opener against Waldron. They will host Horatio March 14. All games are scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m.

The Lady Lions will open their season at Jessieville March 6 and return home March 7 to face Centerpoint. They travel to Magnet Cove March 9, return home for a three game homestand against Caddo Hills (March 10), Cutter-Morning Star (March 13) and Horatio (March 14).

Caddo Hills Indians and Lady Indians will open their respective seasons Monday, March 6, at Centerpoint. Both teams will play their home opener Thursday, March 9, against Blevins. The boys travel to Cutter-Morning Star March 10 while the girls will travel to Mount Ida.
The Lady Indians will host Kirby March 13 while the Indians host Mineral Springs. Both teams will travel to Blevins March 14 to face the Hornets and Lady Hornets.

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