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Warren County shortstop Taisei Yasunaga gets lots of action for the Pioneers throwing to first and second to help retire opposing base runners.

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The WCHS Pioneer baseball team made it three in a row with their non-district win, 6-1, over the Golden Eagles on Saturday, after first winning on the road Friday. “We played really well and Trevor did a great job of shutting them down,” said Warren County coach Adam Childs. “In the two games against them we played really good defense and had some very timely hitting. I was proud of how we came out and took care of business.”

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