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WC’s baseball season ended in game two of the Championship Series



Brooks Willoughby: Photo by Richard Miller

Warren Central’s magical baseball season came to an end on Friday night after falling short to George County 3-2 in game two of the Championship Series.

The game remained scoreless until the fourth inning when an error put the Rebels on third base which was followed by a run after C. Harvard grounded out. WC quickly responded when Hayes Loper singled to tie that game at 1-1. A balk by GC’s pitcher led to the Vikings’ second and final run as they went up 2-1.

Maddox Lynch: Photo by Richard Miller

The Rebels managed to tie the game at 2-2 after scoring off a passed ball in the fifth.

WC’s Brooks Willoughby sent many batters back to the dugout but eventually, sophomore Nathaniel Moore stepped in for the final inning. C. Reeves singled in the seventh for GC giving them the 3-2 lead just before it was the Viking’s turn to bat.

Nathaniel Moore: Photo by Richard Miller

Cole Autrey was first hit by a pitch that put WC on base but they couldn’t manage to get home and fell short of victory.

Autrey and Lester Martin both had two hits in the loss while Loper and Conner Watkins both had one. Willoughby struck out 11 batters and Moore struck out one. 

Lester Martin: Photo by Richard Miller

WC finished with a 19-15 record under Head Coach Randy Broome where they won a District and North State Championship.

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