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Rain playing havoc with week’s baseball schedule

With an eight-game winning streak under their belt, the longest in better than a decade, the SCHS baseball Gamecocks of Jim Randall Doyle watched a pair of games, including a key region game with Harlem on Tuesday, get “weathered” out earlier this week.
With the Harlem game rescheduled for Wednesday night, the Gamecocks are set to travel to Dublin for another region contest Friday evening.
Next week the schedule has the Roosters going to Augusta for a 3AA game with Josey March 25; back to Augusta the following day for a non-region game with Cross Creek; and home to host region foe Laney March 28.
Already this season the Gamecocks lost the regular season opener against ECI in February when both coaches, with more missed practices than practices under their belt, decided to postpone the game.
Also the March 7 home region date with East Laurens was rained out with no makeup date agreed to as of the Sylvania Telephone press time along with Monday’s scheduled home engagement with Cross Creek.
The non-region games may never get made up. Of course, Tuesday’s contest with Harlem has been rescheduled.
Last week started with an impressive win over defending region champion Westside Tuesday, March 11.
There was no letdown on the next day on March 12 following the huge victory over Westside.
Though they did spot home-standing Swainsboro an early lead, the Roosters came back to knot the game at 5-5 through four before exploding for three in both the fifth and sixth to pull away for an 11-5 win.
Seth Warren had three hits including a homer, while Aaron Brower, Brandon Whatley and Shadon Kemp each had two hits. Kemp had three RBI.
From the mound, the big news was the four-hit, six-inning relief job of Damon Chase. After entering the game in the second with the Gamecocks already down 4-1 and a pair of Tiger runners on base, Chase got out of the inning with no more runs and allowed but one the rest of the way.
Thursday was a nightmare for visiting Burke County and a bonanza for home-standing SCHS.
The Gamecocks scored eight runs in the first and another seven in the second en route to a 16-6 win that provided consecutive win number eight.
For the night, Brower picked up, not only the win from the mound, but six RBI with a bases loaded double and a bases loaded triple. He also had a single.
Whatley had three RBI on two hits, while Kemp also picked up two RBI.