The Bryan County Redskins baseball team just didn’t have enough weapons to fend off the Calvary Cavaliers in an away game on April 8 as Calvary made quick work of the Redskins in a 17-2 victory.
Ranked No. 6 in the Class A state poll with an 11-4,7-0 record, the Cavaliers took down Bryan County behind a 12 hit performance in only three innings.
The score was 7-2 after the first inning, but that was as close as it would get as Bryan County went down in game called by the Mercy rule.
"Calvary just played better ball than us. They jumped on us early with good hitting and never looked back. They were on their game in all aspects. We played better ball than in our last couple of outings and our attitude and focus was better, but Calvary was just too strong for us", said Coach Al Butler. Joey Lupus was the winning pitcher for Calvary as Justin Pruitt took the loss for the Redskins.
Bryan County played host to region foe, ECI last night in Pembroke.
Look for the results of that matchup in our Wednesday edition.