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Colton Furrow remembered during Reds game

A West Liberty boy that passed away due to a pedestrian/truck accident in March was recently honored at a Cincinnati Reds game.

Colton Furrow was remembered as his brother Sebastian got to throw out the first pitch and present the lineup card at the Reds/Mariners game Sunday.

Around 100 West Liberty residents attended the game wearing "CF13" shirts. The shirts represented Colton's initials and ball number. The West Liberty Ball Association and school district sold the shirts earlier this year in memory of Colton.

The event was headed up by the West Liberty Ball Association and the Furrow family.

Colton was eight-years-old.

(Pictured: the Furrow family on the field from left to right: cousin Jakob Nelson, mother Ali, Sebastian, and father Jamee)

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