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Redskins beat Portal
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The Bryan County High school varsity baseball team continued play last week with a full slate of region 3A-A games on tap as the 2010 regular season draws to a close. Bryan County (6-13, 3-9) started a three-game week on Tuesday, April 13 when they traveled to Savannah to take on a excellent Calvary Cavaliers’ squad (17-1, 11-0) and the leader at the top of the region 3A standings and the No. 2 ranked team in the state Coache’s Poll.  Calvary showed the visiting Redskins’ that they are deserving of their high rankings as they defeated Bryan County 18-3.
  On Wednesday, April 14 the Bryan County boys visited the town of Millen to take on the current No. 3 team in region 3A, the Jenkins County Eagles (9-9, 6-5). Bryan County bounced back from the previous day’s loss and battled the Eagles closely before they closed the scorebook with Jenkins County on the winning side of a 7-6 score.
Glad to be back on their home diamond, the Redskins donned clean uniforms and a fresh slate when the Portal Panthers (4-14, 3-9) came to Pembroke on Friday, April 16, and the young Bryan County squad decided they had seen enough of the losing way and dished out a shellacking 21-8 win of their own to break the weeks’ losing spell.
Bryan County has one regular season game left on Wednesday, April 21 when they take a short trip across the county line to take on the Yellow Jackets of Southeast Bulloch (3A-AA).
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