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Hudson High ace Kaitlin Andrews said she wants the rubber moved back because it will prepare her for college play.

A pitch to make softball a hit again

Young hurlers may wind up farther back

By Craig Larson
Globe Staff / May 10, 2007

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Standing on a pitching rubber 40 feet from home plate, a horizontal stripe of eye black painted on each cheek, Hudson High School junior Kaitlin Andrews unleashed pitches that befuddled batter after batter during a game against Central Massachusetts foe Lunenburg High School on Monday . (Full article: 1141 words)

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