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Baseball state playoffs start up Friday in Adel

Apparently not wanting their regular season to end, the SCHS baseball Gamecocks of Jim Randall Doyle took 11 innings to put away home-standing ECI April 23 in the regular season finale.
Finishing at 17-6 with a forfeit win over Josey April 25 and with a No. 3 seed from Region 3AA, the team heads into the state playoffs Friday with a doubleheader beginning at 3 p.m. in Adel at the home of 1AA No. 2 seed Cook County.
If necessary, the third game will be there Saturday at noon.
With a few diehard fans still in the stands in Twin City as the game reached the 11th inning, the Gamecocks took their second lead in as many innings when Justin Hodges singled, stole second, went to third on a single by Carl Heindel, eventually scoring on another single by Jacob Smith.
Smith (2-0, 2.73), the winning pitcher, saw the Bulldogs load the bases on a single and the pair of walks in their half of the 11th, but a strikeout ended the threat and gave SCHS the game.
ECI jumped out to a 4-0 after two innings that included three unearned runs off starter Aaron Brower.
Jamie Scarboro replaced Brower in the second and pitched virtually a complete game as he hurled six innings of three-hit ball, allowing a single unearned run while striking out nine and walking just two.
Smith entered in the eighth and finished the game, earning the win.
Heindel had his biggest offensive night of the season, going 4-for-5, while Shadon Kemp had a three-run homer in the third inning that put the Roosters back in the game. Brower had a pair of hits and an RBI, while Scarboro and Smith had an RBI each.
Of note, ECI ended the season with the best power ranking in Class A public school baseball.
Hitting .372 as a team, the Roosters feature nine hitters who have played in at least 10 games with a batting average above.300. They are Brandon Whatley at .476 (30-74); Brower at .474 (37-78); Smith at .440 (22-56); Bailey Pollock at .429 (12-28); Bobby Hodges at .385 (10-26); Tyler Dixon at .353 (18-51); Scarboro at .353 (18-62); Heindel at .346 (9-23); and Kemp at .324 (24-84).