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Wednesday's Local Sports Coverage (6/26)

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THOMPSONVILLE -- Wednesday was the final round of the Michigan Women's Open at Crystal Mountain Resort and it didn't disappoint. Inhong Lim defated Corie Hou with a birdie on the first playoff hole. Lim and Hou both finished at four-under par for the tournament.  Lim took home a first-place prize of $6,000 which she says she will use as an entry fee in future tournaments. 

Also on Wednesday we made it down to Fifth Third Park to get a look at the West Michigan Whitecaps as they hosted the Dayton Dragons.  The Whitecaps blanked Dayton 4-0 for their fourth consecutive victory.

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