The Burlington Times-News with Game Reports on several Guilford County-Alamance County Baseball Games from Tuesday night on the high school scene

Posted by Press Release on March 25, 2015 at 6:21 pm under Uncategorized | Comments are off for this article

There are few of these that we didn’t have yesterday, but here they are coming in from the TOP newspaper in Alamance County, The Burlington Times-News….(www.thetimesnews.com)

SOUTHERN ALAMANCE 6, GREENSBORO DUDLEY 3: At Greensboro, Brayden King and Hunter Curtis pitched a combined three hitter and the Patriots remained unbeaten in the All Metro Conference.

King doubled to drive in two runs for Southern Alamance (3-2, 2-0).

*****GIBSONVILLE — Luke Robinson blasted a grand slam home run in a seven-run third inning that gave Eastern Guilford an eight run cushion and the Wildcats went on to defeat visiting Eastern Alamance 14-8 in a Mid-State 3-A Conference baseball game Tuesday.

Robinson finished 2-for-3 with five RBI and a walk plus was hit by a pitch.

Jacob Finerty (double, two RBI), Khyree Lundy (double, two RBI) and Andrew Robinson (one hit, RBI) added to the offensive output for Eastern Guilford (5-1 overall, 5-1 Mid-State 3-A).

Tyler Bryant went 2-for-3 with two RBI and Brandon Andrews finished 2-for-4 with a double and RBI for the Eagles (3-5, 2-4).******

EDEN MOREHEAD 8, WILLIAMS 2: At Eden, the host Panthers hit three doubles and beat the Bulldogs in a Mid-State 3-A matchup. San Shoe started on the mound for Williams (1-4, 1-4) and recorded six strikeouts. Brandon Riley and Spencer Dodson scored the runs for the Bulldogs.

NORTHEAST GUILFORD 4, WESTERN ALAMANCE 3: At McLeansville, Blake Deatherage hit a two-run home run in the top of the fifth inning to cut the Rams’ lead to one run but the Warriors couldn’t complete the come back in a Mid-State 3-A Conference game.

Western Alamance could not recover from two errors that contributed to a four run fourth inning for Northeast Guilford (4-3, 4-3).

The Warriors (4-2, 4-2) got the first two batters on base in the seventh but could not push across the tying run.

CALDWELL ACADEMY 13, BURLINGTON CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 0, 5 innings: Jonathan Holley rapped three hits, including two doubles, to lead visiting Caldwell Academy. Holley also picked up the victory on the mound, striking out four. Troy Langmeyer also had a double for Caldwell Academy (4-1).

BCA (2-4) only recorded two hits.


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