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Powhatan Pitcher Brandon Eike commits to North Carolina Baseball


Within the past month, rising Powhatan (Va.) High School senior Brandon Eike became a tournament MVP with his Canes National 17u team in Florida and helped win the 376-team WWBA 17u National Championship. Then, on Tuesday, Eike added another title beside “national champion” and “MVP.” He is now a North Carolina Tar Heels baseball commit. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

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