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Camden jayvees win two of three games

Posted: April 19, 2011 4:31 p.m.
Updated: April 20, 2011 5:00 a.m.

Hartsville came to Camden and played the Bulldog jayvee baseball team at Legion Field and the Red Foxes left with a 12-11 loss last Monday.

Hartsville scored two runs in the first inning and a pair in the second for a 4-0 lead.

Camden came back and scored three in the second to cut the lead to 4-3. Lawson Stokes led off with a single and was replaced by courtesy runner Grey Hoke. Jalen Rice tripled to the fence in right center, scoring Hoke. Sam Powers then singled in Rice before being replaced by courtesy runner Tyler Jordan. After a single by Josh Hough moved Jordan to third, he was plated by a sacrifice fly to center by Austin Braddock.

Hartsville added a run in the third, two in the fourth, and three in the fifth to increase its lead to 10-3.

The Bulldogs came back to tie the game with a seven-run fifth. Zack Caulder led off with a walk which was followed by an Austin Braddock double. Bennett Harrelson walked with Ross Hough singled in Hoke. Darius Smith laid down a perfect bunt for a hit scoring Braddock. Stokes singled in Harrelson with Hoke, once again, running for Stokes. Rice singled in Hough and Smith while Hoke scored on a balk. Rice went to second on an overthrow of a pickoff attempt. Rice scored on a single by Carson Morgan.

After Hartsville plated a run in the sixth to go up, 11-10, the Bulldogs scored two runs in the home half of the sixth to put this one away.

A Smith doubled got the ball rolling. Stokes then singled in Smith to tie the game. Hoke, the courtesy runner, went to third on a single by Rice and scored on a ground out by Powers.

Powers started on the mound and went three innings, allowing five runs on seven hits with three strikeouts and a walk. Nick Tucker relieved for two innings and allowed six runs on five hits with a walk. Ross Hough threw the final two innings of no-hit ball, fanning all six outs while giving up a walk.

The Dogs had 14 hits with Stokes going 3-for-3 and Rice having a 3-for-4 night at the plate.

L-E stops Dogs, 14-3: The Bulldog jayvees fell to host Lugoff-Elgin, 14-3, in a game played at Optimist Field in Lugoff last Wednesday.

The Bulldogs loaded the bases in the first inning with three straight hits but could not push a run across score as the next three batters were retired.

The Demons scored a run in the first and added pair in the second before the guests scored three in the third to even things at 3-3.

Austin Braddock got the visitors going in the third with a single. Ross Hough followed with a hit before Stokes singled to center driving in both runners. Stokes later scored on a wild pitch. L-E scored three times in the bottom of the third to re-take the lead before adding eight more runs in the fourth for 14-3 victory.

Hough was the starting pitcher and went 2.1 innings, allowing six runs on five hits with four strikeouts and four walks. Rice relieved, going 1.2 innings and allowing eight runs on five hits with a walk. Braddock and Hough had two hits each to lead the offense.

Dogs blank North Central, 11-0: The Bulldogs shut out host North Central on Thursday, winning 11-0.

The guests scored three runs in the second inning as Smith led off with a walk before Stokes was hit by a pitch. Smith stole third and scored on an error on the third baseman on a pickoff attempt. Stokes went to third on a wild pitch and scored on a hit by Powers. Caulder then walked and stole second. He went to third on a single by Morgan and scored on a wild pitch.

In the third, Tyler Jordan singled and went second on a wild pitch. Hough singled Jordan to third before swiping second. A wild pitch scored Jordan with Hough taking third. Stokes then walked and stole second. Hough scored on a wild pitch with Stokes taking third and scoring on another wild pitch. Powers walked and stole second and went to third on a wild pitch and scored on another wild pitch. Caulder walked and stole second before Morgan walked. Cole Irick singled, plating Caulder. Jordan walked to load the bases for Hough, who also walked forcing in Morgan.

In the fourth inning, Tucker singled before Braddock hit a shot to right center field fence while he raced around the bases for an inside the park home run.

Caulder started on the hill and pitched a complete game, one-hit shutout. He struck out seven and walked two. Eight different CHS players had a hit each on offense.

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