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Asher drops Roff

Asher's Caleb Dubler, shown rushing to make a play in this 2012 The Ada News file photo, had two hits, blasted a home run, had two RBIs and scored twice to help the Indians knock off Roff 4-0 in the season-opener for both teams Monday evening. Most fall baseball and softball games scheduled for Tuesday were rained out.

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