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Cook County ousts Diamond Gamecocks in third game

Able to accumulate only two hits and four base runners all afternoon, the SCHS Gamecock baseball team fell to home-standing Cook County 7-0 in the third and deciding game of the opening round state playoff series played in Adel Monday.  
The teams split a doubleheader on Saturday to force Monday’s rubber game. The games May 3 were originally scheduled for the day before, but rainy weather pushed the contests into Saturday.
In JR Doyle’s first year as the SCHS head baseball coach, the Roosters finished their season at 18-8, their most wins since 2009.
Seemingly with momentum in their favor after a come-from-behind win in the second game on Saturday, the Gamecock bats grew eerily silent with everything on the line Monday.  
After leaving two of the day’s four runners on base in the top of the second, the Red and White saw the Hornets strike for four in their half of the second.
Jamie Scarboro (1-1, 2.11), who allowed his first earned runs of the entire season, was replaced by Jacob Smith in the second. Smith was followed by Carl Heindel in the fifth and Bobby Hodges in the sixth.
There were no runs forthcoming for the Gamecocks.
Scarboro’s double in the second and Brandon Whatley’s single in the fourth were the lone hits. Caleb Krulic drew a walk in the second and Aaron Brower was hit in the sixth.
On May 3, a Smith grand slam in the home half of the seventh (SCHS was the home team for game two) made a winner of Heindel (5-2, 2.93) in Saturday’s nightcap.
Brower started the seventh inning of the 4-4 contest with a single. After Brower stole both second and third, the Hornets elected to walk both Whatley (who had already homered in the game) and Shadon Kemp to load the bases with one out.  
Smith then homered on a 1-2 pitch to send his team back to Adel on Monday. Smith also had two other RBIs, one in the first and another in the third.  
Cook took a 3-2 lead after two, taking advantage of an infield error; three hits; and three walks. Whatley’s homer put SCHS 4-3 heading into the seventh, but a leadoff double for Cook led to a tie game heading into the bottom of the seventh.  
Heindel went the distance allowing six hits and a single earned run. The senior struck out nine and walked six.
Game one saw the Roosters fall behind 4-0 after five innings before they put anything together.  
A comedy of errors in the home half of the fifth gave the Hornets three runs on one play that started with a fly out to left field. The play began with the bases loaded and one out and ended with all three bases runners scoring and providing the final runs for CCHS.   
The Red and White came back in the top of the sixth with hits by Justin Hodges, Tyler Dixon, Kemp, and Smith to pick up three runs but the team went three up and three down in the seventh.  
Kemp drove in a pair and Brower and Bailey Pollock also reached on errors.
Wyatt Beasley (3-2, 3.81) pitched a complete game allowing four hits and two earned runs.  He walked five and struck out four.