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Canaries Struggles Resume In El Paso



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EL PASO, TX  --  Ben Moore's historic performance on Friday night halted the Sioux Falls Canaries 7-game losing streak.  So far the struggles have returned during the third game of their series at El Paso.

After jumping out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning, the Canaries surrendered five runs in the second and went on to lose 8-3.  It's their 8th loss in the last nine games.

The Canaries conclude their ten game Texas roadtrip tomorrow with one more game in El Paso at 7:05 PM CST.
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