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Titans Advance to River Ridge Baseball Final

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     Hidden Valley managed a shutout of rival Cave Spring to advance to the River Ridge finals. The Titans won 6-0 at Kiwanis Field in the first of two semifinals. They will play the winner of Christiansburg and Blacksburg in the Finals. Joseph Bolinger had a pair of RBIs in the win. The Titans move to 17-4, 9-1 on the season

    In other tournament action, Blacksburg's Boys soccer team continues its postseason march with a 3-1 semifinal win over Hidden Valley.  In girls River Ridge soccer, Salem defeats Cave Spring 2-0 and Blacksburg blanked Christiansburg 2-0. Martinsville won the Piedmont District title in Boys soccer over Tunstall 2-1. And in the Seminole District, Jefferson Forest defeats Brookville 2-1 to advance to the District final against EC Glass.

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