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Community Sports Jun 3rd, 2014 - 22:33:30


Alive and thriving: All Star teams still in the hunt.

By Dave Whitaker
Jun 4, 2014, 01:23

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Kasen Gurr sets to throw from short.


The ballfields were busy in Eastman Tuesday. Three teams looked to stay alive in tournament play while the 9-10 girls tried to stay in the winner's bracket.

Rylee Little holds on after making a diving catch.


A seven-run first inning pushed the 7-8 boys to an 18-9 win versus Hawkinsville. BC had a 20-7 lead versus Soperton but would hang on to win 22-18. They play Wednesday at 5:30 pm.

Kenna Bowman throws to first.


Rematches were in order for the 7-8 girls. Bleckley got a second straight easy win against Soperton 29-3. Next up was a rematch against Hawkinsville. BC would rally from 7-5 down to tie things but lost in the bottom of the sixth 8-7.


Trinity Glover has the ball to get the lead runner.


The 9-10 boys led 3-0 after one inning versus Hawkinsville. Up 11-4 in the fifth, they would hold on to win 11-8. They play Wednesday at 5:30 pm.

Shelton Dean slides safely into third.


Though leading 14-8 against Telfair, the 9-10 girls saw the lead vanish and trailed 16-14 going to the last of the sixth. Mishayla Brown's single tied the score and Veronica Lee's ground ball won it for BC 17-16. The team plays for first Wednesday at 7 pm

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