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High school baseball: Salisbury and South get CCC wins

From staff reports

Salisbury and South Rowan racked up Central Carolina Conference baseball victories on Tuesday.

South blasted Thomasville 14-1 on Senior Night with Jackson Deal, Caleb Nesbitt and Colton Fisher handling the pitching.

South (6-3, 5-2) settled it with a 12-run second inning.

South has a big road game at Ledford (8-1, 6-1) on Thursday.

Ledford’s lone loss was to Oak Grove.

Oak Grove and North Davidson are still unbeaten in the league and will meet on Thursday.

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Chase Shoaf pitched a complete game as Salisbury beat Central Davidson 9-3.

The Hornets (4-4, 3-4) scored all nine of their runs in the bottom of the first.

Max Crawford knocked in four runs. Kaleb Burleyson went 2-for-2. The Hornets took advantage of eight walks.

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East Forsyth won 8-2 at Davie County on Tuesday and moved into a tie for second place with the War Eagles in the Central Piedmont Conference.

Jack Reynolds had three hits and knocked in both Davie runs.

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