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Branham locks Dogs down on one-hitter in 5-1 L-E win
CAMDEN CATCHER BRADY WHITE shows the ball to the home plate umpire who ruled L-E baserunner Hunter Coleman safe after a bang-bang play which provided the Demons with a 1-0 lead in Wednesdays Kershaw-Richland tournament game played at American Legion Park. - photo by Tom Didato
A mess of a first inning by the Camden defense gave way to a Zac Branham masterpiece as Lugoff-Elgin took the Kershaw County portion of the Kershaw-Richland wooden bat tournament with a 5-1 win over the host Bulldogs Wednesday night at American Legion Park. Not only did the victory propel the Demons (14-4) into Thursday’s title game, it also gave Randy Stokes’ troops the upper hand against their cross-river rivals by taking the season series, 2-1. The loss dropped Camden (5-12) into the fifth-place game in the eight-team event.