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Updated: 05/14/2014 10:32:06AM

Indians will play for third straight title

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PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELL
Venice first baseman Rhett Dinka tries to tag out Tampa King base runner Donnell Taylor on a pick-off play from pitcher Brandon Elmy during the first inning of Tuesday night's 6-1 Regional Final win over the Lions.

PHOTO BY SCOTT LOCKWOOD
Venice head coach Craig Faulkner (center) leads his team in celebration after their 6-1 Regional Final win over Tampa King Tuesday night. The win sends the Indians to the FHSAA State Finals next week, where they will play for their third straight state championship

By SCOTT LOCKWOOD

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The Venice Indians will have a chance at something that is extremely rare after Tuesday night’s 6-1 Regional final win over Tampa King: a third consecutive state baseball championship.

“This is really exciting for us and I take my hat off to these young men,” Venice head coach Craig Faulkner said.

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