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Chapin Baseball Team has Fine Showing At IP Classic In Georgetown, basketball teams Wrap Up Seasons

From Staff reports

Chapin—The HSSR extends congratulations to the Chapin Eagles baseball team tea for an outstanding showing in the prestigious and highly competitive International Paper Baseball Classic In Georgetown played March 5-8.

Chapin met A.C. Flora in the championship game after compiling a 3-0 record in the tournament. The Eagles beat Boiling Springs 4-1, Fort Mill 5-4 and Fort Dorchester 4-0 to advance to the finals against the Falcons.

In the championship game Chain battled back from a 4-0 deficit after three innings before losing 5-4. Drew Cahoun and Cade Austin had multiple hits in the game against Flora. Lawson Davis was the losing pitcher for Chapin doing a good job giving up just five hits and fanning three batters over his 3.3 innings of work.

In their 4-0 win over Fort Dorchester pitcher Chris Veach tossed a two hitter to earn the win. Veach also collected two hits. Calhoun had one hit and two RBI’s against the Patriots.

Chapin baseball is head coached by Scott McLeod. In 2018 the Eagles won the AAAA baseball title and they appear to have a very talented team once again in 2020.

Basketball Wrap-Up News

 The girls’ basketball team at Chapin concluded the 2019-20 season with a record of 3-16 but head coach Craig Taylor was proud of the efforts of his young team.

The leading scorer for the Lady Eagles was point guard McKenzie Lott who averaged 10.6 points and 2,4 rebounds a game. Malina Washington was the second leading scorer at 4.4 points and she averaged 4.9 rebounds an outing.

Meanwhile the boy’s team under Mark Snelgrove finished 12-13 on the season. They were led by senior power forward Maddux Harrell at 14.2 points and 11.5 rebounds a game. The top junior on the team is Henry Haigler and he averaged seven points, six rebounds and two assists per game for the Eagles. Junior Kenya Jones averaged right at seven points a game.


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