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Sports and outdoors postponements, cancellations for April 24

NATCHEZ — Due to the threat of inclement weather, the Cathedral vs. Natchez varsity baseball game has been tentatively pushed back to 6 tonight.

The matchup between Hattiesburg and Natchez that was scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Friday was also pushed back to this afternoon. Natchez baseball coach Charlie Williams said the Bulldogs would try to get both games in Saturday. The start time for the game against Hattiesburg was not decided as of Friday night.

Cathedral baseball coach Craig Beesley said only the varsity teams for Natchez and Cathedral would face each other, and the game was subject to cancellation, depending on today’s weather.

Other news and notes:

As of Friday night, the 2010 Mayfair Tennis Tournament was expected to proceed as scheduled. Matches are expected to start at 8 a.m. today.

Officials for the Shane Seyfarth Benefit Scramble golf tournament at Duncan Park will make a final decision on whether to play this morning.

The 2010 Delta Bank Bass Classic has been cancelled, according to event coordinator Ouida Pecanty.

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