Local Greensboro-area Baseball for Today/Friday(6/8/18) and looking back at Thursday’s results/ACC’s UNC and Duke in NCAA Super Regionals(Heels win Game, 7-4 and Duke in action on Saturday at 3pm)

*****ACC Baseball NCAA Super Regionals for Today/Friday:*****
Final:North Carolina 7, Stetson 4
North Carolina will play again on Saturday at 12 Noon….If the Heels win on Saturday at Noon, then it is on to the NCAA College Baseball World Series, in Omaha, Nebraska….
Stetson(48-11) vs. North Carolina(41-18) 11am at Boshamer Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C.

**********Duke’s Game One is set for Saturday:**********
Duke(44-16) at Texas Tech(42-17) 3pm in Lubbock, Texas, on Saturday afternoon

*****Local Greensboro-area Baseball for Today with Results from Thursday games…*****

South Atlantic League:
Thursday Final:Delmarva 6, Greensboro Greensboro Grasshoppers 3
Friday:Lakewood BlueClaws at Greensboro Grasshoppers 7pm

Coastal Plain League:
Thursday Final:HiToms 7, Asheboro 4
Friday:Thomasville Hi-Toms at Asheboro Copperheads 7:05pm

CVCL/Carolinas-Virginia Collegiate League:
Thursday Final:Kernersville 7, Statesville 2

American Legion:
Thursday Final:Randolph County 3, Greensboro 1
**********Thursday Game Report from Red Wings website:**********
The Red Wings lost Thursday night’s divisional matchup against Randolph County by a score of 3-1.

Randolph County scored three runs in the first three innings on an error, a double, and a sacrifice fly. Bryce Amoriello entered the game in the fourth inning and threw three no-hit innings in relief, striking out two and walking only one.

Offensively, Post 53 was kept in check for the first four innings as Randolph County starter Bryce Marsh went 4.1 no-hit innings before Devin Bartley doubled to deep left-center field. Bartley’s double started what looked to be a comeback as the Red Wings collected five hits over the last three innings. Among others collecting hits were Jaylen Guy, Braxton King, Ruben Santos, and Steven Dallas. Santos (1-3, RBI) drove in the only run for the Red Wings in the fifth inning.

The loss drops Greensboro to 3-5 overall and 1-3 in the Division, but they hope to bounce back on June 18. The team will take some time off for graduations and will begin a stretch of eight games over twelve days, all coming against Northern Division opponents.