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Toombs Over Dublin

Courtesy of TCHS

The Toombs County High School Bulldogs baseball team put on a dominant offensive performance, securing a convincing 10-3 victory over the Dublin Fighting Irish on Wednesday.

Dublin struck first in the bottom of the second inning, scoring two runs thanks to a single by Tal Duke and a ground out by Tyrese Robinson. They added another run in the third on another Duke single, extending their lead to 3-1.

However, the Bulldogs answered back in a big way in the top of the fifth. Ryder Sears singled home a run, and then Trayvone Harris launched a three-run homer to center field, putting Toombs County ahead 5-3. The Bulldogs continued to pile on the runs, with Jackson Jenkins adding a two-run homer in the top of the seventh, solidifying their lead at 10-3.

Harris led the Bulldogs offensively with three RBIs and a hit. Tucker Braddy and Sears also contributed with two hits each.

Harris got the win for Toombs County, pitching effectively over four and a third innings. He allowed no runs on just two hits while striking out four.

This week the Bulldogs kick off their Region 3AA schedule as they battle with the Bears of Pierce County in a three-game series. They played the first game on Tuesday after presstime in Blackshear. They will be back in action at home on Thursday at 5:45 p.m., and then wrap up the week on Friday at Pierce at 6:00 p.m.

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