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Published: Monday, May 20 2013 3:20 p.m. MDT

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yankees27
Heber, Utah

C'mon, why is the streaming not working? Maybe the headline should read, "We'll try, maybe even a little bit, to stream the games"

NK84
layton, UT

it is probably not working because the earliest game listed in this article starts TOMORROW.

eagle
Provo, UT

Just wondering why they don't change the 4A and 5A locations for the baseball tourney. I know the UHSAA has used common sense in the past to change venues depending on the competing teams. It's time to do it now.

In 4A you have five of the remaining eight teams from Utah County but in 5A only one Utah County team remains. We have two games with 4A teams that could drive less than 10 miles (or less) to get to UVU while several 5A schools have to travel south to a location when Kearns HS would be in the ideal middle location within a few miles of several teams. Change the 4A and 5A venues and cause less travel for more teams.

This kind of stuff makes little sense in our economic times...

NK84
layton, UT

@Eagle

I agree totally with your idea. I think that Kearns or even SLCC would be a good location for these games to be held. Something that is a little more central. Or even do what they do with soccer and basketball. It rotates every year between a more southern location and a more northern location.

eagle
Provo, UT

The two championship games in 4A are Timpanogs vs. Maple Mountain and Salem Hills vs. Mountain View...It seems pretty silly to me that they are playing at Kearns. Then Bingham vs. Syracuse and Layton vs. Riverton are driving to UVU. Again, budget are tights for schools and parents driving to games. Let's bring back some sanity. Easily switched and can be done tomorrow because you will have the same exact issues.

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