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Baseball Falls to Georgia on Thursday Night
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Baseball Falls to Georgia on Thursday Night

COLUMBIA  – Georgia hit five home runs and scored seven runs in the first two innings in a 14-10 win over the University of South Carolina baseball team Thursday night (May 9) at Founders Park.

Georgia scored four in the first but Carolina answered with a three-spot in the bottom of the frame. Kennedy Jones had a two RBI single and Blake Jackson an RBI bunt double in the first. Talmadge LeCroy brought in a run on a sacrifice bunt in the third.

Carolina was down 12-4 and scored three runs in the sixth. Jackson brought in a run on a sacrifice fly and Parker Noland singled up the middle for a run. Ethan Petry scored on a failed pickoff to first. Carolina added three runs in the eighth on Jones double and Reeves’ two-run single to close the scoring.

Jones was 4-for-5 with three RBI to lead the Carolina offense. Petry, Noland and Reeves had two hits apiece and Reeves joined Jackson with a pair of RBI.

Roman Kimball took the loss, allowing four runs on two hits with a strikeout in a third of an inning. Ty Good struck out seven for the third straight outing while Drake Quinn had three punchouts in three innings of relief.


  • Both starting pitchers recorded just one out in the game.
  • Charlie Condon homered for the eighth straight game for Georgia, a two-run home run in the second.
  • Jones had a pair of doubles and is now up to nine for the season. He has had eight RBI in the last two games.

Carolina and Georgia continue the three-game series on Friday afternoon (May 10) at 5:30 p.m. The game will be televised on SEC Network.