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Bowers take care of business with commitment to Erskine
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ZAC BOWERS REGISTERED five shutout victories between playing for Lugoff-Elgin last spring and the Kershaw County Post 17 American Legion team this past summer.
There was a time last spring when Zac Bowers could have taken his case to court and sued his Lugoff-Elgin baseball teammates for non-support and, probably, would have left the halls of justice a rich young man.That, however, is not the way the rising senior operates.In his first four starts for the Demons this past spring, the right-hander allowed a grand total of three earned runs with 28 strikeouts and had an 0-3 record to show for it. The problem was, in those games, the L-E offense scored a grand total of four runs.Any pitcher, at any level, would have been justifiably frustrated by the lack of offensive backing from his teammates. Not Bowers.

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