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Providence shortstop Suey Jensen fields a ground ball against Northern Utah on Tuesday in Providence.

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PROVIDENCE — It wasn’t an ideal first 15 or so minutes of the 2022 Northern Utah League season for the Providence Wolverines, but they sure responded well to an early deficit.

Providence dug itself out of a 3-0 hole by exploding for nine runs in the home half of the first and never looked back en route to a 17-7 six-inning victory over the Northern Utah Peaches on Tuesday night at Max L. Johnson Memorial Field. It was the season opener for both baseball teams.

Jason Turner is a sports reporter for The Herald Journal. He can be reached at jturner@hjnews.com or 435-792-7237.

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