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Covering Kickoff to the Final Out in Clinch County Athietics CCHS head baseball coach Lee Douglas meets with his team between innings during Thursday's doubleheader at Cecil Barber Field. i]:l~e (~liacl~ (~oun~ Net.e" Wednesday, May 2, 2018 Page 5 This page is brought to our readers by the following spon- sors. Be sure to thank them for their support of sports and recreation in Clinch County We'll protect zour home sweet inobile nome. Lutz, Brown, Peagler & Manley Owned & Operated by Eric Lutz & Jeff Brown 28 East Dame Avenue * Homerville * 487-5411 Proud Supporters of Clinch County High LEEC NTAI N ER Our Containers. Your Success: i i By Len Robbins i ] the third and fifth innings; Editor/Publisher ' I ] leaving eight on base during ] the game. The Clinch County [] ] Josh Peagler came in Panthers advanced to the ] relief for Stovall after two second round of the Class A [] ] innings, and pitched well, baseball playoffs, winning [] ] allowing just one hit over two of three games over ] four innings, striking out Seminole County in their ] four.At the plate, Lankford first-roundpairing. ] led Clinch, going 2-for-4, Thursday, the two teams [] ] while Lutz, Kyle Hendricks, split in the best-of-three [] ] and Stovall each had hit, series at Cecil Barber Field. [] ] with Lankford scoring both The Subway Spring Sports Lee Douglas' Panthers won ] of the Panther runs for the the first game Thursday, :1 [ game. Player of the Week is 4-1, behind a strong pitching i;| ! A complete-game performance from junior ill ] pitching performance by baseballls hurler Duncan Lutz. In [ senior Bryce Smith was key [ the second game of the [] in the deciding game for the Laneston doubleheader, the Indians ] Panthers.Smitlaallowedjust I got an early lead, and held [] [ one earned run and five hits Hendricks. h on for a 6-2 win, sending the [],in seven innings, striking series into a deciding contest Clinch's W Smith i Ill Friday's deciding out two and walking two. the deciding Friday. The Panthers wongame against Seminole County. Clinch took the early thatgame, to advanceto hits in lead, scoring oneinthe rst. .third ~ wounw/raymr woun~y ~ner r'~qumr~ w o -~--^~^ ,~. -- *ook the lead game play oraon wee m . " "" " r Brence ovuu.u,vu ( . series nrs game we e . me pmyoIis secona rouna. " m me ~mra, scoring one in rnnav, Lanestan m me nrs game ason, uzz [ wo tmu, The Panthers (now n the second and one m the ,nursaay, J~U~Z p~cnea ~ym nenor~czs, ~anes~o ,u- .~ -ol - ~+, the had two hits: .o?. Lne sea% a two-hitter to keep the Hen cr,Darius Dorsey, Will VISll; omon " " " H lin -,-, --m-s. ,v, ,inmans aT Day, mlomng ana i anaon ow g. " e a the playo s +th the hos ralhed to also had a hit m . Jus oneeamea run ana lne were naraer . . seea) xnursaay,wire me . . ~ L in the seconda-z teaa./ney aaaea an ,smmng ou~ ezgn~ over seven m come vy . first ame of Thursdays insurance in s h, the nrst game of the playoff -. innings game wnncn ana aouoleneaaer smrnng at " . ." . nangmg on mr me a-z . . That lone run came zn the Senmnole had five hits, but wan a soc reless final o p.m. ine secona game k advanta-e + Jt i:UllSt ~.~O. series Seminole :^, c^ 7 ~ ~.-.a SlXm 1rang. vteanwmie, ~ne romans mo g ; ; .p.m, the Panther bats had a of their opportunities, u-- --k- and game, 1i necessary m me m e wn aeum++ three-run rally m the third sconng six runs - all m h a the oes -ot-mree series, Will De " " " " first two innin s The ,mmon now,ms au mmng mxe a a-v maa. me g" Y hot bats for the Panthers on rnaay m umcKamauga . . They added another run mgot four runs m the first off h---'n-twohits tl~lme ae erammea ye~). . ~, ^ ~ ~ ~ ermay, eacu av, g . The winner of that series ,or a a]oaavanmge( mcn stufferwarren Cason also had a hit and . ~, -- Tnomas LanKIora ana clack ~ovall, men more In . ~" ^" P "her Wlll go on zo me ulass A . gWO Kin. omer s Tnompson lea me uuncn me secona s anza, unncn ~ . q2,:::?n?m, PmY 2g ::: t o #or lone runs inv2,::=m::2?aay were hU Z e .+ o, - s s -.-- -- . . a WeSt Dame Avenue "omer ile Wash Wilkes 3,0 2017-2018 GHSA Class A Public State Baseball Tourname I Jo.on o I / JohnsonCo 481 I I Oommerce I / ' I ." am+l '- +' i i / ~ I ' I IH Te~7 I / Bowdon I I I [ llae Acmea, +:+,", +,' I I +-+.1 [ GMC 3 PJ I I I I I { 114,9 Trlon ] ,s oo ooo,Baseball Player of i / ,+ +++ +.m. / Iseh ,co. I I I the Week is junior ] ~.------~ ~ Duncan Lutz. 1:~ Duncan pitched a / 1!:i ]rlille 2]TaybrOo II Illllll I1 2 two.hitter Thursday 111 IIIII in the first game of the playoff series vs. [ Chafllon Co.4, n ~,' H~ ~ : H Teem 6 Duncan Lutz ,' Seminole County. " ~ ~ ~.~ 0J Miller Co. I | amSemin leC ~0 ,6,2 ~ ~ ~ '+" +;:~ :~I Congratulations #om d- your hometown pharmacy] l Clinch CO. 4,2,4 I I ' I I . Ip m I ' GordonLee ~ "h-m"on ' Bacorfon ill r,| l.d,~lUl~ PHARMAC / "3 " I . I" T+amz ] / p.ooL. . 'H+ 1 I' Bye / Runner Up ' ' 912-487-5327 In the first four rounds, the higher seeded team will host Excepgons to the sdleduled dates may ~ ~ ~ ~ ~v~ of ~ ~ ~r. In the FINALS, the "H" In the bracket Indicates the designated home team for Game {:)fie. O @ II : l : t