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South Riding, Virginia pitcher Justin Lee (22) celebrates as he walks off the field with Chase Obstgarten, left, Matt Colman (1), and Colton Hicks (9) getting the final out of the fourth inning and an 11-0 win over Coon Rapids, Minnesota in a baseball game at the Little League World Series tournament in South Williamsport, Pa., Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019. Lee allowed no hits in the contest. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

Loudoun South wins first two games in Little League World Series

Loudoun South won 11-0 in four innings on Sunday against Coon Rapids, Minnesota, and for the second game in a row the Virginia champions did not allow a hit. Pitcher Justin Lee went all four innings.

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FILE - In this Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019, file photo, South Riding, Virginia pitcher Justin Lee delivers during the first inning of an elimination baseball game against Coon Rapids, Minnesota at the Little League World Series tournament in South Williamsport, Pa. Virginia rolls into a big matchup Wednesday against Hawaii at the Little League World Series having allowed no hits over its first two games. To get there, the team from South Riding has spread 141 pitches across four pitchers _ including three in the first game. That's not by accident.(AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar) ** FILE **

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