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Panthers fall at Statesboro
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The Liberty County High School baseball team had a rough time on the diamond Friday in Statesboro, falling, 11-0, in five innings.
LCHS coach Tony Glazer said the Panthers connected bat to ball but, “We hit the ball, we just hit everything right to them,” he said.
The Blue Devils defense did their job in keeping the Panther base runners out of scoring position.
Statesboro scored five runs in the first inning and two in the third as Panther pitcher Curtis Michalowicz struggled on the mound. The senior gave up six walks and four hits and allowed seven runs, with three strikeouts. Jacari Roberts pitched one inning, giving up two hits, three walks and four runs.
“We still need to work on playing better defense,” Glazer said. “We are still making way too many errors that should be routine plays.  We have to continue to improve on our two-out hitting.”
JT Evans and Lamar Speight both went 1 for 2 with a double.
Liberty is 3-7 overall and 0-2 in Region 3-AAAA. The Panthers will face South Effingham at 6 tonight in Guyton in a game postponed from Tuesday due to bad weather.

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