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SCHS fast-pitch stops visiting Jefferson County 8-0

Opening the second 3AA round robin as they did the first with a convincing win over Jefferson County, the softball Lady Gamecocks of Billy Pollock are in Dublin this Sept. 11 afternoon looking for another win and a chance to stay within one game of Harlem and the region lead.
Standing at 9-5 overall and 5-1 in 3AA play, the SCHS team has a busy week coming up with four games in four days.
Effingham County will be in Sylvania Sept. 15; Swainsboro on the 16th; Southeast Bulloch on the 17th; and the team will travel to East Laurens on the 18th. 
In addition to the appearance of Harlem here on the 23rd, the team still has the key doubleheader in Metter in the regular season finale Sept. 25.
Visiting Jefferson County made the game very interesting this time around to an extent. 
For the second time in as many meetings, senior Taryn Burns held the Lady Warriors off the board, this time hurling a one-hitter in the five-inning contest. 
But only after a six-run fifth did SCHS break the game open. It was two runs the Lady Gamecocks picked up in the second without the benefit of a hit that gave them their 2-0 lead.
In fact, through four innings the locals had but two hits. 
Only in the fifth did a three-run triple by Victoria Winters open up the game. The early runs came after Burns walked. Her courtesy runner Pamela Dixon scored when Payton Ward’s attempt at a sac bunt ended up being thrown into the right field corner. 
Ward then scored on a Maggie Hafer grounder.
Saturday afternoon saw the Red and White put together one of its best games of the season in an impressive 10-2 win over a quality Region 7-A opponent in Glascock County.
While Burns was hurling a five-hitter, allowing no earned runs, the Lady Gamecock bats exploded for 15 hits, including four by Jancy Durrence and three by Burns. 
Rebekah Woods and Ward had two each with Durrence plating three. Burns and Winters had two hits each.
Leading 2-1 after three, SCHS put five on the board in the fifth and another three-spot in the fifth to shorten the game to five innings.
After putting together an outstanding game in their opener in the Burke County Diamond Day, the Lady Gamecocks did not fare so well in their second contest, falling to host Burke County 8-6. 
Leading 5-2 after four innings as the home team, things came unglued in the fifth. The Lady Bears plated one run on one hit, which led off the inning, and a combined seven walks/hit batsmen. 
On the day, SCHS outhit their hosts 10-2. 
Winters and Kara Canetto had three hits, while Woods and Ward had two each.
Winters’ hits included a three-run homer. Burns started on the rubber, but pitched only the first. Canetto took the loss. Woods also pitched.
Sept. 4 saw the locals travel to Waynesboro for the first of three games with the Lady Bears in seven days and claim a 7-5 victory, scoring all seven runs in the final three frames.
No-hit for the first four innings SCHS saw Ward lead off the fifth with a double and things progress from there as the team took a 4-3 lead only to fall behind 5-4 after five as Burke homered and reached on an infield error that came around.
The sixth saw the Lady Gamecocks take the lead for good when courtesy runner Dixon scored on a single by Gee Gee Beasley, who later scored on a groundout by Canetto. No one had a multiple hit game, but Canetto had three RBI and Burns pitched the complete game victory.
On Sept. 3, the Red and White hosted South Effingham and had a very forgettable day in a 12-3 loss. 
Eight errors, five on the infield and three in the outfield, gave the visiting Lady Mustangs help they did not need. 
Burns pitched four, allowing four earned runs in the loss, with Canetto and Woods also toeing the rubber. Canetto had three hits and Winters two.