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The University of South Carolina Lancers’ baseball team dropped to 5-11 overall, 1-3 in region play with a pair of losses to Guilford Tech on Sunday, March 10.
Guilford Tech downed USCL, 5-2 as Chris Stewart took the loss. Stewart, in 5.1 innings, allowed two hits, two runs, two earned runs and two walks. He fanned five.
Darius Thompson allowed a hit, three runs, three earned runs and two walks. Logan Segee went two-thirds of an inning and fanned one.
Bryan Dye led the USCL offense with two hits and two RBIs. Nick Sergakis had a hit and scored a run. Randy Luckett and Brantley Rumford each had a hit. Byron Haag tallied a run.
Guilford Tech downed USCL 6-4 as Josh Wright took the loss. Wright, in a third of an inning, allowed seven hits, five runs, five earned runs.
Kyle Nyenhuis went 4.1 frames and yielded two hits, a run, one earned run and a walk. He fanned four. Ricky Lewis hurled 1.1 frames of scoreless relief.
Wade Arduini led USCL with two hits. Randy Luckett slammed a solo home run.
Heath Hagler and Cal Davis each had a hit and tallied a run. Nick Sergakis drilled a double. Patrick Burt and Brantley Rumford each had a RBI and Bryan Dye scored a run.
The Lancers split their first two games of the series with Guilford Tech in Jamestown, N.C., on Saturday, March 9.
The Lancers edged the Titans, 4-3 as Dylan Parker took the win in five innings of work. Parker allowed three runs, one earned run, and two walks.
He fanned seven. Wade Arduini earned the save. He went two frames and fanned two and allowed two hits and no walks.
Heath Hagler drilled two hits, including a double, and drove in a run.
Brantley Rumford drilled two doubles and drove in a run. Bryan Dye had two hits, including a double. Nick Sergakis doubled and drove in two runs.
Randy Luckett and Byron Hagg each added a hit.
Guilford Tech blanked USCL, 4-0 for the split.
Stuart Pound, in five innings, yielded four hits, four runs and two walks.
He fanned four. Taylor Cook went an inning in scoreless relief.
Randy Luckett, Nick Sergakis and Bryan Dye had one hit each.
USC wins one in tourney
The USCL baseball team captured one win in four games at the Pepsi Invitational at Francis Marion University, March 1-3.
The Lancers capped play in the three-day tournament with a 2-0 win over Florence-Darlington Tech on March 3.
Chris Stewart was the winning hurler, going six innings and allowing four hits and two walks. He struck out three. Ricky Lewis earned the save, working an inning and yielding only a hit.
Kal Davis led the Lancers offense with a triple. Patrick Burt laced a double and drove in a run. Chaztin Venezia and Brantley Rumford each had a hit.
The Lancers dropped an 8-4 loss to Potomac State on Saturday, March 2.
Losing hurler Josh Wright, in 2.2 innings, allowed five runs, five earned runs, six hits and five walks. He fanned four.
Ricky Lewis hurled 1.1 innings and yielded a hit and had three strikeouts. Kyle Nyenhuis hurled an inning and gave up two hits, two runs and a walk. He fanned one. Taylor Cook, in an inning of work, allowed two hits, a run and one earned run. He fanned one.
Heath Hagler led the USCL offense with a double, single and drove in a run. Kal Davis had a single and a double.
Zack Rollings smashed a double. Bryan Dye and Dolan Crolley each had a hit for the Lancers.
Heartland Community College edged USCL, 6-5 on Saturday, March 2.
Logan Segee, who worked 2.1 innings, took the loss in relief. He gave up a hit, run and one earned run. Segee fanned one. Stuart Pound hurled 4.2 innings and struck out five. He walked seven and allowed three hits and five runs, all earned. Kyle Nyenhuis worked two-thirds of an inning. Kyle Baldwin pitched an inning and allowed four walks with two whiffs.
Kal Davis led the Lancers’ offense with three hits and drove in a run. Randy Luckett drilled a double and a single and drove in two runs.
Jacob Murphy had a hit and a RBI. Nick Sergakis, Chaztin Venezia and Colt Ellis each had a hit for USCL.
The Lancers opened play, dropping a 1-0 loss to Cecil Community College of Maryland on Friday, March 1.
Dylan Parker, who took the loss, went seven innings and allowed three hits, a run, one earned run and two walks. Parker posted seven strikeouts.
Kal Davis led the offense with two hits. Nick Sergakis drilled a double.
Randy Luckett, Byron Haag, and Bryan Dye each had a hit.