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Legion baseball: Mocksville wins series

Staff report

MOCKSVILLE — Mocksville’s American Legion baseball team completed a series victory over Concord on Friday at Rich Park.

Mocksville won 10-2 and took the best-of-five series three games to one.

It was a tight game until Mocksville scored seven runs in the sixth.

Mocksville (15-18) finished fifth in the Southern Division in the regular season, while Concord (13-14) finished first.

Mocksville is the only Southern Division team to reach the semifinals. Mocksville starts a series at Davidson County on July 15. The other semifinal series pits High Point against Randolph County.

Jalen Austin pitched  well for Mocksville.

Patrick Usher hit a three-run homer. David Highman hit a solo homer and knocked in three runs. Troy Clary went 2-for-2.

For Concord, Jake Rowden homered. Maven Parker had two of Concord’s four hits.

 

 

 

 

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