Indians Roll in Non-Region Win

The Stephens County Indians baseball team defeated St. Joseph’s Catholic High School of Greenville, South Carolina 11-1 in five innings Monday afternoon at the Reservation.

Stephens County scored in every inning, plating two runs in the first, four in the second, one each in the third and fourth, and the final three runs in the bottom of the fifth.

It was the Indians second straight win by the ten run rule after 5 innings. The Indians defeated East Jackson 12-1 on Friday night.

Ben Stowe finished the day with three RBIs, Ayden Garmen and Cruz Mullinix had two RBI’s each and Carson Worley and Nick Randall one. Randall had a solo home run leading off the fifth inning, his first of the year.

Patrick Murray started for Stephens County, but due to illness, was removed after the first inning. Garrett Pless finished out the game going four innings and giving up one run on one hit while striking out five and walking just one.

St. Joseph’s, playing just their second game of the season, scored their lone run in the fourth inning after a walk, a stolen base and a single by 8th grade pitcher John Parker Rambo. Starter Drew McCarthy took the loss for the Knights pitching the first two innings and giving up six runs on five hits

Stephens County is now 8-13 on the season and will be off until April 13th when they return to Region-8 play hosting Hart County.