SMCA baseball downs The Heights again
Rosier propels Mustangs to stay atop Old Line conference
The Southern Maryland Christian Academy baseball team has The Heights School’s number this season.
Tuesday, Southern Maryland defeated the Cavaliers from Montgomery County for the second time this season, 7-3 in an Old Line Conference matchup.
The Mustangs (15-4, 6-1 Old Line), which defeated The Heights 9-4 on March 10, are currently in first place in the conference with just one loss. On Saturday they lost their first conference game of the season in a doubleheader split in Gaithersburg, knocking off Avalon School 4-2 in the first game and dropping the second, 6-2.
“We have so many young players and they are playing very good baseball again a lot of kids that are older,” Southern Maryland head coach Greg Corrick said. “Not only are we competing,
Sophomore center fielder Corey Rosier, pictured here running to third base, propelled the Southern Maryland Christian Academy baseball team to a 7-3 home victory over The Heights School in Tuesday’s Old Line Conference game with a 4 for 4 day at the plate.