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The Norwest Thunder earned their first win since joining the Wheatbelt Baseball League, with a victory over the Paladin Black Sox on Tuesday night.

Cecil Lake got excellent pitching from Tyson Bell in a 5-1 win.

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The Thunder now sit at 1-15 on the season, with four games left in their regular season.

The Sox boast a record of 6-11, with three games remaining.

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