Indians Drop Two Games
It was a tough week for the Indians baseball team of Vidalia High School as they dropped two nonregion games. They fell to the Tigers of Metter on Wednesday at home and then lost to the Blue Tide of Long County in Ludowici on Friday. Both were close games, but the VHS offense struggled to get the bats going in both games.
Landry Mead was on the mound for the Indians and in the top of the first inning he didn't allow any runs. In the bottom of the first he led off with a single, but a double play and a groundout quickly ended the VHS threat.
Metter did get a runner over the third in the top of the second inning, but Mead got a groundout to end the inning.
But the Tigers ended up scoring four runs in the game while the Indians could only muster three. That gave the Tigers the 4-3 win over VHS.
vs. Long In another nonregion matchup the Indians again had trouble getting the offense going as they plated just one run in the game against the Blue Tide. Long scored three times in the game as they took the win over the Indians, 3-1. The losses give the Indians a record of 8-4 overall. This is the final week of nonregion play. They will take on Appling County on Thursday on the road at 6:00 p.m. and will be at Tattnall County on Friday at 6:00 p.m.