CC close long week with victory
Wednesday, March 26, 2014 1:00 AM
The Choctaw Central baseball team hopes to keep its momentum going after Saturday's 11-7 win over Newton High School.
The Warriors have two games on the schedule this week after play four games last week. The Warriors were to visit Forest on Tuesday and Choctaw County on Friday.
Choctaw Central went 1-3 last week. They dropped games to Raleigh 11-3, Puckett 10-3 and Philadelphia 5-2. They closed out the week with a win over Newton High School.
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Raleigh pulled away in the late innings to take the victory.
Choctaw Central scored two in the first and one in the fifth. The Lions answered with two in the first, one in the third, one in the fourth, one in the fifth, one in the sixth and five in the seventh.
Dalen Wheeler was the losing pitcher. He had seven strike outs.
The Lions had a 9-2 hitting edge. Derald Isom hit a double Demarquis Wilson had a single.
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Puckett did its damage in the later innings as they took a win over the Warriors.
Choctaw Central scored one in the third, two in the sixth and two in the seventh. The Wolves scored two in the first, one in the fourth, three in the fifth and four in the sixth.
Wilson took the pitching loss. He had four strikeouts.
The Wolves had a 12-9 hitting edge. Brandon Kennedy led with a triple and two singles while Dakota Kennedy and Merrick Hickman both added two singles. Merich Hickman added a double.
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The Warriors could only plate two runs in their loss to Philadelphia.
Wilson, Dakota Kennedy, Brandon Kennedy, Hickman and Isom all connected on singles.
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The Warriors put a victory on the board as they claimed a win over Newton High School on Saturday.
Choctaw Central scored one in the first, five in the third, and five in the sixth. The Tigers scored three in the first, one in the third, one in the fourth, one in the sixth and one in the seventh.
Wilson was the winning pitcher. He had three strikeouts.
The Warriors had a 12-10 hitting edge. Wilson and Rabbit Farmer both hit a double and a single while Merich Hickman hit three singles. Wheeler had two hits.