After losing to Calvary on Tuesday at their home field, and with the season quickly dwindling down, the Redskins returned back to the field again on Wednesday searching for their first win of the season.
Their hard work finally paid off in a 12-2 win in six innings over Windsor Forest (6-7).
Coach Tony Dragon was extremely happy with the team.
"They finally played the way I knew they could," he said.
Senior Corey Cook was also impressed with his team.
"It felt good to finally get the first win," he said. "We played well and did everything the way we were capable of."
Mikey Smith picked up the win for the Redskins (1-15), going five innings. He scattered four hits and two runs while striking out four and walking none.
Freshman Dillon Pittman pitched in the sixth inning, allowing a hit and walking one in his first varsity outing.
The Redskins actually trailed early, but took a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the second, then added five runs in the fourth, a run in the fifth and four more in the sixth to seal the win.
Bryan County had 10 hits. Shane Dillon was 3 for 3 with two RBI, Brandon lbright was 2 for 4 with three RBI and Dylan McCoy was 1 for 4 with three RBI.
Chris Ahmay had two hits and an RBI, Tyler Poythress had a hit and RBI and Cameron Register had a hit for the Redskins. Pittman and Tyler Kirby each had a stolen base for Bryan County. The Redskins played host to Savannah Christian Friday night.