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Cherokee County Herald - - COMMUNITY NEWS -

At the plate, Crider went 2-for3 with a dou­ble and a RBI.

Broome launched a solo shot for the Pan­thers and went 2-for3 in the game.

Car­son Carver earned the Wild­cats’ only RBI of the game.

“It was good to end the day with a win,” Pan­ther head coach Bar­rett Rags­dale said.

“Crider was huge for us. He wasn’t on his best stuff, but he man­aged to give us seven in­nings. Bat­ting- wise, Daw­son Broome came through with a big home run to give us some se­cu­rity. I don’t think we’re play­ing our best ball right now, so hope­fully we can get some things cleaned up be­fore area play starts.”

Wild­cat head coach Tyler Driskell thought the Wild­cats played well, but “Spring Gar­den had a few timely hits that we didn’t.”

In the fi­nal game of the day, the Tigers cruised to an 11-3 vic­tory over Sand Rock.

Keaton Kil­gro earned the win for the Tigers, strik­ing out 11 and sur­ren­der­ing just three runs.

Din­gler, John­son, and Kil­gro each con­trib­uted a pair of hits and a RBI for the Tigers.

For Sand Rock, Perry Stevens went 2-for-4 with a pair of RBIs. Seth Jus­tice went 1-for-3 with a RBI.

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