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    For the second straight season, Greely High got to celebrate a baseball state title. The Rangers scored six runs in the second inning Saturday on their way to a 10-0 victory over Camden Hills to win their fourth Class B state title in nine years.

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    Greely captain William Bryant hoists the Class B state championship trophy following his team's 10-0 win. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    Greely's William Bryant slides safely under Camden Hills catcher Kyle Crans to score a run in the second inning. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    Greely second baseman Justin Leeman makes the play on a slow roller in the infield. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    Camden Hills second baseman Andrew Hall watches his throw to first for a double play. Forced on the play was Greely's Matthew Pisini. John Ewing/Staff Photographer

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    Greely’s Chaz Reade leans into the crowd to make catch a foul ball. Reade also contributed with his bat, hitting a double in the second inning as the Rangers scored six times to take a 6-0 lead.

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    Ryan Twitchell escaped a jam in the second inning and was perfect for the next three innings. He finished with a no-hitter, striking out three in five innings as the Rangers won in a game shortened by the 10-run rule.

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