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The Lancaster American Legion junior team split a League V doubleheader with Gaffney on Monday night.
Lancaster, the League V champion, took the nightcap as ace hurler Jordan Brock tossed a no-hitter.
Brock, the winning pitcher in the team’s 9-3 title-clinching win over Union Post 22 last week at Eggleton Field, allowed four walks and hit two batters.
Wyatt Duncan had a double to boost the Lancaster attack. Kendrick Trapps had a hit, walk and scored two runs. Chandler Neal also had a hit for Lancaster.
Gabe Glover walked twice and tallied two runs. Cody Cooper also scored a run for the winners.
In the opener, Lancaster dropped a 4-2 loss to Gaffney.
Chandler Gardner, who hurled two innings, took the loss. He allowed four runs and four walks. Gabe Glover also pitched two innings and gave up a walk.
Lancaster had two hits, a Gardner double and Doopy Cloud’s single.
“Having a doubleheader on Monday gave us a chance to play a good many players,” Lancaster coach Brant Barnes said. “We feel this will help us as we prepare for the playoffs.”
The Lancaster Post 31 juniors cap regular-season play with a home game with Rock Hill Post 34 on Thursday night at 7.
The juniors open the playoffs July 6 when they will be at home to begin the postseason series.
The Lancaster senior team fell to 5-6 on the season, dropping a 9-7 home loss to Chester Post 27 on Monday night.
Chester forged a 9-2 and held on for the two-run win.
Zack Rollings drilled two hits for the Lancaster seniors. Bobby Delly had a solo home run and Colt Ellis clubbed a double.
Lancaster, in a busy week, hosted Rock Hill on Tuesday. The P-31 seniors host York in a twin bill tonight with the opener at 6.
The second game of the doubleheader follows a short time after the opener.
The P-31 seniors travel to Clover to face Post 38 on Thursday at 7.
The American Legion S.C. Upper State Legion baseball playoffs open next week with the first game Tuesday.