BRIEFLY

Tuesday’s area sports briefs

March 25, 2014 

Despite getting out to a first-inning lead, the Coastal Carolina baseball team let up six runs to The Citadel in the bottom of the first en route to a 12-4 loss to the Bulldogs on Tuesday.

Tyler Chadwick hit a two-run single in the first inning to give the Chanticleers a two-run lead. It was short-lived.

The Bulldogs (11-14) sent 10 men to the plate and scored six runs in the home half of the first inning. Tyler Griffin belted a two-run single through the right side, Connor Walsh followed with an RBI and – after a sacrifice bunt – Jonathan Stokes hit a two-run double to left center field for a 6-2 lead.

Ross White (1-0) was credited with the win, pitching 2 1/3 scoreless innings in relief. Cole Schaeffer (3-3) suffered the loss.

The Chanticleers added two runs in the fourth to cut their deficit to 8-4. Richard Carter drove in Chadwick on a groundout, and Reid Moman followed with a bunt single that scored Nick Oberg.

CCU women’s golf

Coastal Carolina University’s Lena Schaeffner rose eight spots up the individual leaderboard, tying for runner-up honors at the Briar’s Creek Invitational after firing a career-low 68 during the final round. The Chanticleers tied for 12th in the 17-team field, recording a 56-over par 920 (310-311-299).

Texas Tech (299-303-286) won the team title with a 24-over 888 score on the par-72, 6,101-yard The Golf Club at Briar’s Creek course.

Other CCU finishers: Emee Herbert (68) tied for 53rd (234), Frida Castillo (79) tied for 58th (237), Marissa Hinchman (76) tied for 62nd (238), and Bailey Cocca (79) tied for 74th (242).

College baseball

• Clemson 16, (at) Georgia 4 | Steven Duggar drove in four runs as the Tigers’ offense exploded in a rout of the Bulldogs.

Amateur golf

Dan Harrington of Pawleys Island and partner Jamie Frazier of Winnsboro shot an even-par 72 to win a Carolinas Golf Association one-day Senior Four-Ball Tournament at The Reserve Club by a stroke over two teams.

Bill James of Leland, N.C., and Eric Higgins of Wilmington, N.C., combined to shoot 73, as did Ronnie Stuber of Leland and Craig Cathey of Burlington, N.C. The tournament format was best ball stroke play for players 55 and older.

In the Super Senior Division (65-plus), Eddie Myers of Little River and D.J. Kronenwetter of North Myrtle Beach finished third with a 75. In the older Super Senior Division (70-plus), Pawleys Island residents Wayne Johnson and Dick Pacella finished second with a 72.

High school baseball

•  Aynor 13, (at) Mullins 0 (5) | The Blue Jackets kept the Auctioneers off the board as they got the win.

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• W–Tyler Lewis (1-1). L–Ard. Top hitters – Aynor: Nathan Peeples 2-3, Brandon Young 2-3, Morgan Ward 2-3, Tyler Lewis 2-3.

Records – Aynor: (2-4, 1-2)

•  Loris 8, (at) Waccamaw 7 | Tanner Chock was 3-for-5 at the plate with an RBI as the Lions edged out the Warriors.

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• W–Tanner Cox (2-1). L–Tucker Perry. Top hitters – Loris: Tanner Chock 3-5, RBI, Austin Hoard 2-4, 2 runs.

Records – Loris (6-2, 3-0)

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