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Bowers finally gets run support and win as L-E tops RV, 11-3
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Maybe, this is a sign that Zac Bowers’ luck is changing for the better.Bowers has been Lugoff-Elgin’s poster boy for hard-luck starters. Tuesday, however, that all took a positive turn as the junior was backed by 11 runs on eight hits as the Demons evened their Region 4-4A record at 2-2 with an 11-3 victory over visiting Ridge View.The win was the first in four decisions for the right-hander who, in his first four starts, received a grand total of four runs. The odds had to be in Bowers’ favor at some point and that time came Tuesday.Nobody at Optimist Field was more relieved or who, as a former college and professional pitcher, knew what Bowers was going through better than Demons’ head coach Randy Stokes.“It’s about time we hit the ball when he’s pitched.