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17ers close first week of season with road, home games
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The Kershaw County Post 17 Senior American Legion baseball team wraps up its first week of play in League IV with two games in three nights.
Craig Smith’s charges were scheduled to have opened the season at home on Tuesday against Lexington, weather permitting.
Tonight, the 17ers are slated to head to Lexington High School to meet Lexington in the second game of the season and second in as many nights between the two sides. That game is set for a 7 p.m. start. KC returns home on Friday night to host defending league champion Orangeburg in a 7 p.m. start at American Legion Park in Camden.
Jets land on new home: After having played its games at Crestwood High School in Sumter over the past few years, the Dalzell-Shaw Jets American Legion entry in League IV have moved their home games to General Field, on the campus of Thomas Sumter Academy in Dalzell.
Juniors open with pair on the road: The American Legion Post 17 Junior squad had its scheduled season opener with South Florence on Monday night washed out by that day’s rains.
The locals will try again tonight when they travel to Manning for what now becomes the season opener. Friday, the 17ers will stay on the road for a game at Riley Park against Sumter.