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Indianola's team members congratulate pitcher Mark Pepper after he struck out the last two batters of the game Monday as IHS beat Des Moines Roosevelt, 4-3, in Class 4A Substate 7 Second Round in Indianola Monday. 

Mark Pepper has a name for his best, most baffling pitch. He can’t really describe how his “pepball” developed. It just works.

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Indianola's Casey Stecker peeks out from behind his glove as IHS scored first and fought to keep that lead beating Des Moines Roosevelt, 4-3, in Class 4A Substate 7 Second Round in Indianola Monday. 

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