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Charleston Fighting Squirrels win again

The Charleston Fighting Squirrels defeated Surry County, North Carolina 3-0 Wednesday in the Senior Babe Ruth World Series in Ephrata, Washington.

Charleston pitcher Ronin Rice threw a complete game shut out.

The Fighting Squirrels now advance to the Semifinals on Friday.

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