Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Georgetown plated seven runs in the third inning on Saturday and then held off two Waccamaw rallies to win 7-6.
“It was a good win, hard fought,” said Tres James.
The Warriors scored two runs in the fifth and four in the sixth.
“We had to regain our composure back and come back together as a team,” said Ryan Williams, who picked up his fourth win of the season.
James, Seth Wall, Woody Woodall and Brandon Cribb all had two hits for the Bulldogs.
Justin Colegrove and Andrew Reichert had two hits each for the Warriors. Colegrove also had three RBIs.
Woodall got the save.
Ethan Leatherwood took the loss.
Georgetown is in the middle of its region schedule, hosting St. James last night and North Myrtle Beach tonight.
The Bulldogs need region wins to secure a playoff spot.
“We’ve got to play hard and put teams away like [Saturday],” James said. “We’ve got to keep our head in the game and stay focused.”
Waccamaw was no-hit by Aynor on Friday night.
The Warriors committed six errors in the game.
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