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1A District Baseball: NU High whips GMG 14-0

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Seventh ranked NU High got three run homers from Kyle Denning and Alex Quinnones as they blast GMG 14-0 in six innings.

Denning's three run homer to center gave the Little Panthers a 7-0 lead in the second, while Quinnones' three run shot to left center put the game out of reach 12-0 in the third.

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