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Wildcats Whack Warriors

By Joe Joe Wright

joejoe.wright@cordeledispatch.com

The Crisp Academy Wildcats traveled all the way down to Thomasville to hand the home standing Brookwood Warriors a whooping 14-8.

After spotting the Warriors 2 runs in the bottom of the second. The Big Cats jumped on the board for 6 runs in the top half of the 3rd inning.  The Warriors added 2 more in the bottom of the 3rd to make it 6-4 Wildcats. In the 4th inning both teams added  1 run. It was the top of the 5th when Crisp put some distance between themselves and Brookwood. Scoring 7 runs in the top half  of the inning CA put the score out of reach at 14. Brookwood added 3 runs in the bottom of the 5th to bring the score to 14-8 and that would be all the scoring in the game.

The Cats got excellent pitching from Garrett Holt  who struck out 8 and walked 2 in the contest.The Cats offense was led by William Bodrey with 4 hits on the day followed by William Purvis with 2 hits and Holt added two more in the winning effort. “The boys were all over this game playing sound fundamental baseball with few mistakes that’s how you win games,” said Head Coach Chuck Hester.

The Wildcats host Covenant Academy here Thursday at 5:30pm. After the 4:00 JV game and Grace on Friday.william

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