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Updated: 03/16/2014 08:34:05PM

Eight runs in one inning lead Indians to victory

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The Indians will need a team effort to succeed in a tournament filled with nationally ranked teams this week.

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Ryle Buckmaster was one of four pitchers combining for a no-hitter in their 6-0 win over Lowndes (Georgia).

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Ryan Miller (7) hits a double in the bottom of the second inning of Thursday night's game against Ida Baker. This hit sparked an eight-run outburst in the inning, which saw Venice send 13 hitters to the plate. Venice went on to win 11-1.

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Venice's Mike Rivera gets in a pickle and is chased (safely) back to first base after making a hit. Rivera would finish with a team-high three RBI's in Thursday night's 11-1 win over Ida Baker

By SCOTT LOCKWOOD

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The Venice Indians came out a little slow to start their game against Ida Baker Thursday night, but that didn’t necessarily worry Venice coach Craig Faulkner or the rest of the nation’s top-ranked prep baseball squad.

The Indians, the top-ranked team in the national Perfect Game poll and second in the Baseball America poll, spotted the Bulldogs a run early but exploded for eight second-inning runs on their way to an 11-1, five-inning win at Venice High School.

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