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SCHS baseball stuns Westside 7-4

Scoring three times on a pair of big two-out hits in the bottom of the sixth inning, the SCHS baseball Gamecocks of Jim Randall Doyle stunned the defending Region 3AA champion Westside Patriots 7-5 Tuesday evening at the high school field.
In winning their sixth consecutive game to improve to 6-1 on the season, the Roosters may have sent the message to the rest of 3AA with the win that the Red and White are to be reckoned with in 2014.
Burke County will be here tonight for a 5:30 first pitch March 13 with Cross Creek here on Monday, March 17, and region foe Harlem on Tuesday, both at 5:30 p.m. as well.
After a pair of infield errors on routine plays in the top of the sixth had allowed the visitors to knot the game at 4-4, the Gamecocks came back to retake the lead when Tyler Dixon lined a two-out, two-strike scoring courtesy runner (for Caleb Krulic) Donta Wilburn and Seth Warren.
When Aaron Brower doubled to score Dixon, the score rose to 7-4.
Favored to win the region for another year, the Pats picked up one run in the seventh to create the final score.
Bobby Hodges, who induced a 4-6-3 double play to end the troublesome sixth, got the final three outs for the win. Carl Heindel went the first 5.1, allowing but four hits and one earned run.
Shadon Kemp’s first-inning three-run homer overcame an early one-run deficit. Brandon Whatley had three hits and an RBI, while Brower and Kemp had two hits each.
An improved Laney team nevertheless afforded the Gamecocks seven unearned runs as the Roosters took a 10-2 region opening win March 4.
Dixon was the offensive hero with a two-hit, three-run, and three-RBI night for SCHS.
Jacob Smith took to the hill for his first start of the season, pitching five shutout innings, allowing five hits, striking out four and walking none. Hodges finished up the final two innings, allowing one earned run.
Just one night later after their trip to Augusta, the Gamecocks faced AAA and soon-to-be 3AA rival Swainsboro.
Banging out 13 hits, the Roosters used a four-run sixth to give starter Heindel his first win of the season breathing room as he hurled the first complete game for SCHS this season.
Allowing a single safety, that coming in the fourth inning, Heindel battled only his own control problems, but 13 strikeouts more than overcame that.
For SCHS Justin Hodges, Whatley, Brower and Dixon had two hits each with Whatley also walking twice and driving in a pair of runs.