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The Scott's Branch Eagles baseball team lost Friday's home conference game against Carvers Bay by a score of 14-3.
Spectators at Friday's league battle between the Carvers Bay Bears (Hemingway, SC) and the host Scott's Branch Eagles (Summerton, SC), saw Carvers Bay's baseball squad beat Scott's Branch by a margin of 14-3.
Coming up next, the Bears play the Scott's Branch Eagles (Summerton, SC) in a A Region VII battle, on Friday, April 11. Carvers Bay will attempt to better on its 13-4 season record. The Eagles enter the battle with a 0-2 record after their 15-0 league loss to East Clarendon (Turbeville, SC).
The Eagles now sport a 0-4 record. They take the field next when they host Carvers Bay for a A Region VII challenge on Friday, April 11. Scott's Branch will encounter a Bears squad coming off a 7-2 non-league win over Mullins (Mullins, SC). The Bears record now stands at 11-4.
Skylar Stone, Daxavier Lasane, Robert Rabon, CJ Webster, and Nick Owens all had multi hit game for Carvers Bay Bears. Hyatt Ferguson, Tristen Owens, and Spencer Owens all put in quality work on the mound for Carvers Bay.
The Carvers Bay Bears baseball team won Friday's away conference game against Scott's Branch by a score of 14-3.
The Carvers Bay Bears baseball team won Friday's away conference game against Scott's Branch by a score of 15-3.