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Rain top scorer in sports

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By The Staff

Staff Reports

While the much-needed rain of the last few days helped with the drought situation, it put a dent on Lancaster County sports events on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The heavy precipitation prevented Lancaster Post 31 junior and senior teams from playing. The Aquatics team could not complete their meet for the 10 and under on Wednesday afternoon.

The Dixie Boys 14-year-olds only played half an inning before the game was called. Other teams never got to play.

If the summer storms allow the games and events to resume and complete the results will be in Sunday’s edition.

This is what we do have:

Lancaster Post 31 games rained out

Lancaster Post 31 seniors suffered an 11-1 loss to Rock Hill Post 34 Monday night in Rock Hill.

J.R. Tripp and Justin Hinson led Post 31’s offense.

Tripp had a single and Hinson had a double. Evan Byrd and Jordan Workman saw mound action.

Weather has caused havoc with the Post 31 junior and senior teams. The seniors were rained out Tuesday in their game against Chester. Officials have yet to determine if and when the game will be rescheduled.

The junior team, in their best of three series with Rock Hill, were rained out Tuesday and Wednesday. Lancaster currently leads the series 1-0. If a third game is needed, it will be at Eggleton Field, but the date and time have not yet been set.

Dixie Boys action

The Lancaster Dixie Boys 14-year-old all-stars played only a half an inning before the rain stopped the game in Wednesday night’s tournament play in Chester.

In Tuesday’s game, Lancaster defeated Kershaw American, 6-2.

On the mound were three pitchers. Justin Sims went three innings, had seven strike outs and no hits. Cody Gordon went one inning, had no strike outs and no hits. Colt Ellis went three innings, had six strike outs and no hits.

Hitters were Bobby Delly with one hit; Devan Rogers had three hits; Colt Ellis had one hit and two doubles and Dalton Bradley had one hit.

Lancaster defeated York, 9-3, on Monday.

On the mound were four pitchers. Logan Segee pitched two and one-third innings, had one strike out and no hits. Brandon Neal went one inning, had one strike out and gave up one hit. Cody Gordan went two innings, with two strike outs and no hits. Justin Sims pitched one inning, had three strike outs and had no hits.

Hitters were Bobby Delly, with one hit and a double; Devan Rogers had one hit; Justin Sims had one hit; Jay Chambers had one hit and a double and Brandon Miles had one hit.