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Long Beach clobbers Brookhaven; Saturday HS baseball/softball scores

The Long Beach Bearcats lost game one of a three-game series with Brookhaven but bounced back to win games two and three to advance to the second round of the 5A playoffs. 

Long Beach outslugged Brookhaven 22-3 Saturday to earn a second-round matchup with George County.

The Biloxi Indians have put themselves in a similar situation in their 6A first-round series with Brandon. The Indians and Bulldogs were scheduled to play game three Saturday but were rained out. They'll play Sunday in Biloxi at 2 p.m.

BASEBALL
St. Patrick 3
Forest 4 FINAL
Forest wins 2-1
Brandon
Biloxi PPD
Series tied 1-1
Long Beach 22
Brookhaven 3 FINAL
LB wins 2-1
Picayune 2
Natchez 4 FINAL
Series tied 1-1
NE Lauderdale 8
Poplarville 2 FINAL
NE Lau. wins 2-1
SOFTBALL
Long Beach 5
Harrison Cen. 2 FINAL
Non-playoff game
Biloxi 7
Oak Grove 17 FINAL
OG wins 2-0
NE Jones 2
Poplarville 12 FINAL
Poplarville wins 2-0
Pascagoula 5
Wayne Co. 8 F/Gm1
Pascagoula 2
Wayne Co. 14 F/Gm2
Wayne Co. wins 2-1
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