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May 6, 2014 10:58 AM

Corinth Holders denies Triton a conference title, for now

Starter Nick Peach fired four no-hit innings and the lefties in the bullpen held on, giving Corinth Holders a 5-3 victory and a split of their season series. The victory by the Pirates (9-9, 6-3 Two Rivers) denied Triton (14-5, 8-2) a chance to clinch its first conference title since 1994 when the Hawks were members of the Tri-6 4A. South Johnston can now share the Two Rivers title, if it wins its regular-season finale. (The Trojans met Cleveland on Monday night.) Corinth Holders wrapped up no worse than a third place finish with the win.

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