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|Delhi Charter continues in district play|
The Delhi Charter Gators (7-8, 1-2 district 2-1A) will continue their district schedule on Thursday when they visit the St. Frederick Warriors in Monroe at 6 p.m. The series will conclude on Saturday afternoon with a game at Delhi Charter School. The Gators went 1-2 in their first district series of 2010 last week versus the Oak Grove Tigers. The Gators won the first game of the series 4-1 before a Thursday night rally fell just short during a 6-4 loss to the Tigers.
The DCS pitching was bombarded with a hit clinic put on by the Oak Grove team on Saturday. The Tigers scored a 21-3 victory in just five innings to take the district series. It was the most runs surrendered in a single game this season by the pitching staff of the Gators.
It was also the third time this year the team had given up double-digits in runs over a single game.
The Gator pitching was finding a good rhythm before the big loss on Saturday. In the pervious six-games, the pitching staff had given up just 4.5 runs per contest.
St. Frederick comes into the district series with a record of 3-11overall. The Warriors are 0-3 in district play after taking a three-game sweep by Cedar Creek School this past weekend.
St. Frederick has lost 11 of their last 12 games after beginning the year 2-0. Those wins over Claiborne Christian, 7-4, and False River, 8-4, seem like a very distant memory for a team that has struggled to get much offensive punch at the plate this season. The Warriors have been outscored a whopping 72-23 over their last seven outings.
St. Fred gave up 12 runs in two of their first three district games against Cedar Creek.
CCS scored a total of 31 runs in the three-game set. The Warriors put just eight runs across the plate last week against the Cougars.