2017-06-12 / Sports

Post 109 jrs. split pair with Spartanburg

Ledger Sports Editor

The good news for the Post 109 juniors is that they posted their first win of the season.

The bad news is that Spartanburg gained revenge two days later.

Luke Harvey had a big 3-run double and Brayden Davidson and Hudson Childers each had 2-run doubles to power Post 109 to an 11- 9 win over Spartanburg this past Tuesday.

Chase Carver got the win and Harvey earned the save for Post 109.

“Timely hitting was the story,” Post 109 manager Shane Wood said.

On Thursday, Post 109 starter Joel Camp pitched brilliantly, giving up only one run in five innings but Spartanburg rallied to earn an 8-1 win.

“Joel really pitched well for us,” Wood said.

Post 109 is now 1-3.

Seth Wallace, Garrison Bridges and Riley Ramsey had the lone hits for Post 109, which travels to Union today and plays at Post 22 on Wednesday before hosting Inman at Jerry “Jug” Wallace Field on Friday.

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