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Redskins get pounded by Calvary
Justin Covington has proven to be a valuable asset to BCHS baseball. Despite their most recent loss, he has led the Skins to numerous victories. - photo by Michele Seger

The rain was the winner last Friday as it caused cancellation of the Bryan County home baseball game versus Johnson High. on Tuesday, March 11, Bryan County took on region foe Calvary Cavaliers and probably should have prayed for rain for this contest as the Redskins took a 13-1 pounding in a game called after 5 innings.

The winning pitcher for Calvary was Beau Smith as Justin Covington took the loss for the hometown Redskins.

Bryan County spotted the Cavaliers five runs in the first inning with some errors and Calvary never had to worry after that.

"We just played sloppy ball and didn’t seem up for the task," Coach Al Butler said. "There were no bright spots for us in that game."

Bryan County saw its record drop to 3-4 overall and 0-1 in Region. Butler and his troops traveled to Twin City on Good Friday to take on ECI in a game before Spring Break. Results from that contest will be in the next issue.

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