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North State wins District IV 10-11 Title

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

The North State 10-11 year old all star team beat rival Tar Heel 13-3 today to win the District IV championship at Stallings Stadium at Elm Street Park.

North State scored in every frame to win the league's seventh all time district title. North State banged out 15 hits in the victory.

North State will now travel to Forest City for the North Carolina state tournament beginning July 13th. The team needs to win that tournament in order to come back and play in the Tournament of State champions at Stallings Stadium later this month.

 For more information on today's game, check out the Greenville Little League web site at http://www.gllbaseball.com/.

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