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Mustangs clinch rivalry series for third straight year
Zach Zorbo
South Effingham first baseman Zach Zorbo (7) waits to catch a throw from catcher Aaron Benton on a sacrifice bunt by Effingham County's Trent Newberry on Friday. - photo by Mark Lastinger/staff

GUYTON -- A two-run single by Zach Zorbo and a two-run double by Nick Milbrandt highlighted a four-run third inning and propelled South Effingham to a 7-2 victory over Effingham County on Friday night.

South Effingham (20-7) won twice in a three-game set that started Monday, marking the third straight year it gained supremacy in the county rivalry.

Milbrandt pitched six innings, allowing just two runs while scattering six hits. He struck out five and walked none.

Blake Hendrix had two hits and drive in a run for the Rebels, who fell to 13-14.