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Errors plague Dogs, again

Posted: March 15, 2018 2:15 p.m.
Updated: March 16, 2018 1:00 a.m.

For the second straight night, Camden committed seven errors. This time, visiting Hartsville took advantage of those to down the Bulldogs, 11-5.

The Red Foxes, who swept CHS in the season series, scored nine runs in the first five frames --- including three in the third and four more in the fifth --- to grab a 9-0 lead.

The guests scored their first nine runs without the benefit of a base hit. Hartsville took advantage of six walks in the first four innings before scoring four times on as many hits and four errors in the fifth to put this one away.

Camden closed the gap to 9-4, scoring four runs in the fifth. Bennett Caldwell reached on an leadoff error before Jake Tanner walked. Jacob Jordan then got on with a fielders’ choice.

With one gone, Matthew Cassidy was hit by a pitch to load the bases for Robert Spring whose walk plated the first run. Consecutive singles from McKenzie Barrineau and Brady white drove in runs two and three while a Tate Abbott ground out brought Spring home in an inning in which CHS left the bags jammed on a night in which they left nine on base.

After Hartsville scored twice in the top of the seventh, Camden received a solo run to close the game. 

White got on with a one-out error before Abbott singled. He would score on Caldwell’s two-out single in a frame in which the Dogs, again, left the bases laoded.

Camden out-hit the Red Foxes, 6-5, in a game started by Campbell Jordan, who gave way to Jake Tanner in the fifth. Jacob Jordan worked the final two frames.

The Bulldogs have tonight off before opening a four-game week next Tuesday at Wilson Jall and capping it next Saturday when Lugoff-Elgin comes in for Dogfest and a 1:30 p.m. start.


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