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Lady Gamecocks advance to 4-0 in 3AA play

Heading to face two-time defending 3AA champion in unbeaten Harlem this Aug. 28 afternoon in the biggest region matchup of the first round robin, the SCHS Lady Gamecocks of Billy Pollock stand at 4-0 in region play after a 10-2 victory over visiting East Laurens Tuesday.  
The team will host Metter Sept. 2; host South Effingham on the 3rd; and travel to Burke County on the 4th. Standing at 6-2, with both losses coming to the two much larger Effingham County schools, the Red and White are currently the surprise team of 3AA.  
Tuesday’s matchup with the Lady Falcons of East Laurens saw the Red and White bang out an amazing 13 hits in six innings, led by the four-hit effort of junior catcher Victoria Winters and the three-hit effort of freshman Maggie Haffer. Both had a pair of RBI.  
In the meantime, senior pitcher Taryn Burns, who came in having allowed but one run in her three region starts, saw ELHS plate a pair of unearned runs following an infield error. Burns struck out a career high seven batters while allowing five hits.
A five-run second blew open what was a 2-2 tie and the locals were never threatened again.
The inning started with a ground out before Haffer and Allie Bazemore singled.  
Kara Canetto reached on a fielder’s choice when the pitcher fielded the ball and threw it nowhere. Jancy Durrence brought in one with a single before Rebekah Woods brought home three with a double and scored herself on a single by Winters.
Haffer’s sixth-inning double ended the game via the run rule. Woods had two hits.
The biggest win of the early season came Aug. 21 in a 5-1 win over homestanding Swainsboro.  
Getting a pair of hits from the top three players in the order in Canetto, Durrence and Woods (the team’s entire number of hits) the Lady Gamecocks saw Woods drive in two and two others score when she reached on an error.  
While SCHS was doing just enough to plate runs, Burns was having one of the best games of her career against quality competition.
Entering with back-to-back shutouts in region contests, Burns had a perfect game through four innings before giving up a homer to open the home half of the fifth. She gave up only a walk and a double the rest of the way.
On Monday, the team suffered a one-sided 10-0 loss to homestanding Effingham County.