Dutch Fork and Lexington baseball maintained its share of first place in Region 5-5A after completing series sweeps Friday.
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Dutch Fork and Lexington baseball maintained its share of first place in Region 5-5A after completing series sweeps Friday. Lexington 12, White Knoll 1 (6 innings)Brandon Cromer struck out 10 batters and allowed two hits and both Gabe Herold and Tyler Floyd each drove in three runs for the Wildcats. Both Herold and Braden Fournel each had two run homers in the game.
Kevin Samonsky struck out nine and went 2-4 with an RBI as the Silver Foxes won their third straight over the Eagles. Both Hayden Friend and Blake Martin each drove in a run for Dutch Fork (8-4, 5-1), which opens a three-game series at home Monday against River Bluff. Gary Wells went 2-3 with two RBI and Yates Bland struck out eight for Chapin. It travels to Chapin Monday.
Thomas Powell went 3-4 with three RBI and Beau Hollins,Todd Hudson, Jayden Carnahan and Preston Sutton all drove in two runs for the Gators in the non-region win.River Bluff (9-3, 1-2) travels to Dutch Fork Monday.
Brent Stukes retired all 21 batters he faced, striking out 11, and J.T. Edwards drove in two runs to lead the War Eagles. Peyton Starkey went 3-4 with an RBI and Landon Turner, Raymond Jones and Blake Wadlington all drove in runs for Gray Collegiate (15-1, 6-0). It travels to Dreher Monday for a non-region game.
John Paul Forrester went 2-3 with a home run and two RBI and struck out six in five innings as the Eagles claimed first place in Region 5-4A.Josh Raines had two RBI and Miller Harrelson went 2-4 for Airport (10-4, 5-1), which travels to Swansea Wednesday.
Riley Ford struck out four and went 2-2 with two home runs and five RBI in the opening game of the Triple Crown Invitational in Aiken.
Sarah Gordon, Peri Rouillard and Madison Carwell all drove in two runs to lead the undefeated Lady Wildcats in the non-region win in the second game of the Triple Crown Invitational in Aiken. Sam Craig and Madison Rogers both had two hits and an RBI for Lexington (13-0, 3-0), who face Spring Valley at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Andee Dircks went 3-3 with 3 RBI and two home runs as the Lady Eagles held off a late rally by the Lady Bengals. Both Alyssa Bruport and Maddie McMillion both went 3-4 with two RBI and Ella Majchrzak had two RBI for Chapin (9-5, 2-1). It travels to Lexington Tuesday.
Brooke Tranum went 3-3 with two home runs and four RBI and Brooklinn Thomas went 3-3 with a home run to lead the Lady War Eagles.Madison Knapper drove in two runs and Jamaria Charley, Na'Veah Matthews and Taylor Corley all had two hits for Gray Collegiate (15-2, 5-0). It next travels to Eau Claire Tuesday.
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