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  1. May 1, 2024 · They had just enough and edged the Boardman Spartans out 5-4. That's more bragging rights for Canfield, who also won the pair's last head-to-head. The team relied heavily on Michael Patellis, who scored two runs and stole a base while getting on base in three of his four plate appearances.

  2. May 2, 2024 · Monday, Apr 29, 2024. Michael Patellis was tagged in the article "Ohio high school baseball: OHSAA state rankings, statewide statistical leaders, schedules and scores". Eric Frantz • Apr 29, 2024.

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  4. May 9, 2024 · Posted: May 8, 2024 / 09:57 PM EDT. Updated: May 8, 2024 / 10:02 PM EDT. CANFIELD, Ohio (WKBN) – Canfield senior Michael Patellis played all nine positions during the Cardinals’ 14-8 win...

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    1 day ago · 1985 (9th Session) Hagia Sophia ( lit. ' Holy Wisdom '; Turkish: Ayasofya; Greek: Ἁγία Σοφία, romanized : Hagía Sofía; Latin: Sancta Sapientia ), officially the Hagia Sophia Grand Mosque (Turkish: Ayasofya-i Kebir Cami-i Şerifi ), [3] is a mosque and former church serving as a major cultural and historical site in Istanbul, Turkey.

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