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November 18, 2017

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CSN baseball playing to clinch home field advantage for first stage of playoffs


Steve Marcus

College of Southern Nevada baseball players practice at Morse stadium in Henderson, Tuesday, March 26, 2013. Harper, a former CSN player now with the Washington Nationals, recently donated 40 new and used professional bats to the CSN baseball team.

These two days will help define the College of Southern Nevada’s baseball team’s season.

The Coyotes (34-15) host Colorado Northwestern CC Friday and Saturday in a four-game series, needing one victory to capture the Scenic West Athletic Conference title. The league champion hosts next week’s league tournament — the first step in reaching the Junior College World Series.

CSN is having its best season since 2010 when it advanced to the World Series. The Coyotes are currently ranked No. 8 nationally.

Games are at 5 and 7:30 p.m. both days against Colorado Northwestern CC.

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