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March 28, 2012 Big Reac. h! Small Price. Rusty Rayborn Agent Run this size ad in over 100 newspapers statewide for less than $11 per paper. Call your local newspaper or MS Press Services at 601-981-3060. I SPORTS I www.$tonecountyemterpriN.com STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 11A i ] Tough week on StateFarm diamonds for Stone 601-928-3683 512 S. Vardaman St. Wiggins, Miss 39577 www.rustyrayborn.cora By Jody O&apos;Hara The Stone High baseball team and softball team struggled through a down week with neither able to post a victory. The Tomcats suffered an 11-1 district loss at the hands of South Jones last Tuesday, then lost to the Braves 7-3 on Saturday. In the first game, the Tomcats allowed eight runs in the first inning and in the second, they allowed four first-inning runs. "Kyle came on in relief and D.J. (Davis) had a solo home run," said coach Kevin Conard. In the second of two Saturday games, Stone was shut out 8-0 by Gulfport. "Gulfport has a really, really good team," Conard said. The coach used young pitching in the loss to the Admirals in order to get some experience for his staff as the season turns toward playoff time. The Tomcats were sched- uled to host Wayne County Tuesday, travel to Waynesboro to face the War Admirals again at 6 p.m. Friday and then host Poplarville at I p.m. Saturday. SOFTBALL The Lady 'Cats lost a close 3-2 decision to McComb in Saturday's D'Iberville Tournament and played Greene County Tech of Paragould, Ark. to a o-o tie. Against McComb, Stone scored twice in the first inning but allowed single runs in the first three. There were only five hits in the tie with Greene County Tech with Paris Jackson and Allye Smith reaching base for the Lady 'Cats. Stone committed seven errors while suffering a 13- o rout at the hands of Harrison Central. MGCCC golf takes fourth straight match Save more up front with a Home Time ARM. With a KFCU Home Time ARM, the initial rate is much lower than a fixed home mortgage. 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East MS 596 finished 2nd, followed by Northwest 6o3, Copiah-Lincoln 6o5, Jones 625, Itawamba 653, Northeast 659, ECCC 671, Hinds 697 and Holmes 709. Teammates Brad Thornton 145 and Jack Sargent 147 joined Fox on the All-Tournament Team. Michael Maley, Jared Smith and Kelsey New shot 155, while Drew Seals 162 and Delton Pounds 163 rounded out the scoring for Gulf Coast. EM's Weston Wallace 143 and Copiah- Lincoln's Hunter Hood 148 were also named to the All- Tournament Team. All ten teams will finish conference play at the Northwest MACJC Invitational April 2-3 in Southaven, MS before heading to the MACJC State Championship at Riverbirch Golf Club in Amory, MS April 15-16. East Central sweeps MGCCC softball By Bill Snyder Mar. 8 due to rainouts and The Lady Bulldogs DECATUR---Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College couldn't shake the rust off a 16-day layoff as East Central earned a 5-3, 8-6 doubleheader sweep on the road Saturday. The Lady Bulldogs (15-5, 6-2) hadn't played since Spring Break holidays. In game one, pitcher Megan Lamb struck out six but gave up five runs on eight hits in six innings and took the loss. Julie Butler smacked her fifth homer of the season and Lamb had two hits at the plate. scored six runs but com- mitted three errors in the nightcap en route to the team's second MACAC South Division loss of 2012. Gulf Coast hosts Hinds Tuesday at with games at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. MGCCC baseball sweeps Co-Lin By Bill Snyder PERKINSTON--- Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is rid- Doctor by. choice. Dedicate00l by heart. .... March 3 is National Doctor's Day. We rec our wonderful physicians. !i:il wk CmU yes MD ," ;n c<: b , O'tl I ing a three game win streak after disposing of Co-Lin 8-1 and 7-2 in dou- bleheader action Tuesday. The Bulldogs (15-9, 3-3) got a sterling pitching per- formance from starter Jarred Gates (5-1), who went the distance and allowed only one run on eight hits while striking out lO. Michael Paul moved into the leadoff spot and went 3-for-3 with 3 RBI while Ben Slaton, Joey Harris, and J.C. Cassidy each had two hits. In the 8-0 nightcap, pitchers Tyler Bray (3-3), Daniel Wineski, and Justin Lee all combined to shut out the Wolves. Gulf Coast scored at least one runs in each inning, with Daniel Miles, J.C. Cassidy, Michael Gilbert, and Ben Slaton all chipping in with two hits apiece. One of Slaton's hits was a two-run homer, his seventh round- tripper this season. Gulf Coast traveled to East Central for a Saturday doubleheader. Game details were not available at time. MGCCC PITCHER JARRED GATES IS 5-1 WITH A 1.00 ERA IN 2012. TLC for your B :F HOLLAND VETERINARY HOSPITAL lS04 S. 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