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Broncos forced to give up Duncan Field before season end
The Hastings Bronco baseball team will not be able to host the GPAC Tournament at Duncan Field as scheduled next month.
The league tournament, an 8 team double elimination affair, will be May 5th through the 7th and moved from Duncan probably up to Sioux City, Iowa.
The five remaining Bronco home regular season games will be played on the baseball field at Smith Complex starting with next Wednesday's contest against the York College Panthers.
View the video for a look at Duncan Thursday as the infield has been torn out and could be replaced as soon as Friday with no games to be played there for over a month until Hastings American Legion teams start.
The field isn't the only part of Duncan that will soon be repaired.
A stadium renovation project has long been wanted for a number of areas around the park and will soon happen.
However, having to give up their home field before the end of the regular season is a an unpleasant surprise for the Broncos.
At 9-3 and tied for 2nd in the GPAC, the next 4 games for the Broncos are on the road, two at Mt. Marty Saturday and two more at Midland Sunday.
Coach Boeve is hoping his team focuses on winning its remaining 10 regular season games and getting to the NAIA post season tournament, a goal that seems to be within reach.
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