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Marcus improves to 2-1 with the victory over Odin.

Cougars Improve to 22-8
With Pair of Wins
 
The Cougars used stellar pitching performances in back-to-back games to up their record to 22-8 as they pounded Effingham St. Anthony 12-2 on Monday and slipped by Odin 2-0 on Tuesday.
 
Aganst St. Anthony, freshman pitching sensation Tanner Bushue ran his record to 7-0 as he went the distance in the lopsided victory.
 
The Bulldogs scored their only two runs in the first inning on a trio of hits, but Bushue shut them out the rest of the way.
 
The offense waited until the 3rd inning to get things going when they pushed across five runs to take the lead. Highlighting the uprising was an RBI single from James Gile and a 2 RBI single off the bat of Tyler Mullvany.
 
The Cougars added another run in the 5th and four more more in the 6th to put the game out of reach. The "dagger to the heart" was a long 3-run homer by Spencer Patton, his 12th of the year.
 
Not only was his long ball important to the outcome of the game, it also marked the most home runs ever hit by a South Central player in a season.
 
At Odin, sophmore starting pitcher Marcus Hicks ran his record to 2-1 with a complete-game performance, allowing 3 hits on 3 walks and 9 strikeouts.
 
The Eagles' starter, Alex Young, was equally as tough as the Cougars managed only four hits and two unearned runs, thanks in large part to some shoddy Odin defense.
 
After a misplayed flyball in left and ground-rule double by Shea Burton, Nick Simmons plated the first run with an infield grounder. The final run would score on a throwing error by the Eagles' shortstop.
 
Blake Lane, Spencer Patton, and Robert Slater were the only other Cougar hitters to reach base safely with a hit.
 
The Cougars are back in action on Wednesday when they host the Olney Tigers at 4:30 PM.

 
 
BOXSCORES
 
South Central....005  014  2.... 12 14  2
St. Anthony....200  000  0.....  2   7  0

AB R H RBI
Crain, Wa.....3 2 1  0 
Lane.....3 1 1  0 
Patton.....4 2 1  5 
Gile.....4 3 3  2 
Mulvany.....3 0 2  3 
Simmons.....4 0 1  0 
Burton.....3 0 1  0 
 Slater.....2 2 1  0 
Daugherty.....1 0 1  1 
King.....1 0 0  0 
Crain, Wi.....1 0 0  0 
Warden.....0 1 0  0 
Michel.....1 1 1  0 
Smith.....1 0 0  0 
Cain.....0 0 0  0 
Total.....33 12 14 12 
 
2B-Gile
HR-Patton
WP-Bushue (7-0)

 
 
South Central....000  200  0..... 2  4  2
Odin....000  000  0..... 0  3  2

AB R H RBI
Crain, Wa.....3 0 0  0 
Lane.....3 0 1  0 
Patton.....4 0 1  0 
Gile.....3 0 0  0 
Mulvany.....3 1 0  0 
Burton.....3 1 1  0 
Simmons.....2 0 0  1 
Cain.....3 0 0  1 
Slater.....3 0 1  0 
Hicks.....0 0 0  0 
Total.....27 2 4  2 
 
2B-Burton
WP-Hicks (2-1)
 
 

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If you fail to prepare...
prepare to fail.

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Blake

James

Nick

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Zac

Spencer

Record: 22-8
     
SC vs Dieterich.....Won    3-0
SC at DuQuoin.....Lost    2-0
Clay City at SC.....Won    4-1
Stew-Stras at SC.....Won    2-0
Patoka at SC.....Won  19-4
Shelbyville at SC.....Won  12-2
SC vs Coal City.....Lost    4-0
SC at Rochester.....Won  10-3
SC at Greenville.....Won    4-3
North Clay at SC.....Won  10-0
SC at Casey-Westfield.....Won    6-2
Vandalia at SC.....Won    5-1
SC at Centralia.....Won    3-0
Noble at SC.....Won    5-3
SC at Brownstown.....Won    9-0
SC vs Benton.....Lost   11-9
SC vs Eldorado.....Won  16-6
SC at T-Town.....Lost    2-1
SC at Effingham.....Won    5-3
SC vs Casey-Westifield.....Lost    5-2
SC vs Ladue.....Lost  11-8
SC vs Columbia.....Lost    3-2
SC at Mulberry Grove.....Won  16-6
SC at Stew-Stras.....Won  10-5
Salem at SC.....Won    7-5
SC at Newton.....Won  10-8
SC at Carmi.....Lost    6-3
SC at Carmi.....Won    5-1
SC at St. Anthony.....Won  12-2
SC at Odin.....Won    2-0

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