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C-N takes series in four by hanging on to top 17ers, 9-6
KC avoids sweep with come-from-behind win
CHRISTIAN FLICK REACHED via error on this first inning grounder from Saturdays KC loss. The rising sophomore at Erskine College had two hits in Thursdays second game of the series with Chapin-Newberry. - photo by Tom Didato
Exiting the field following Thursday’s 4-0 loss Chapin-Newberry, which gave the visitors a 2-0 lead in the best-of-five second round series, Kershaw County American Legion head coach Tyler Pike was steadfast in his confidence that his team was hardly ready to hoist the white flag. “Our boys …,” Pike said with his team on the brink of being closed out heading into Friday’s third game, “we don’t have any quitters on this team. We’re going to go up there tomorrow and we’re going to scratch, claw and fight until the very last inning.