ttp://www.mcduffieprogress.com/article_7947.shtml">Bulldogs drop two region games, score lopsided win
The Thomson Bulldogs lost two region games and defeated a neighboring foe in baseball games last week.
|Thomson’s Cade Brown hits a ball to centerfield. |
The Dogs lost 7-3 at the Cross Creek Razorbacks on March 21. Thomson came back Thursday to shutout the Lincoln County Red Devils 15-0 in Lincolnton in a game called by the mercy rule. On Friday, Thomson lost 16-2 to the visiting Burke County Bears in a mercy-rule shortened game.
Against Burke County, errors in fielding were the main culprit said Thomson head coach Brad Smith.
The loss puts the Dogs, 7-7 – 1-2, in a bind, and means other teams control Thomson’s destiny, something coaches and players don’t want.
County Commission grants Verizon new cell tower in McDuffie County
In the coming months, cell phone reception for Verizon customers in McDuffie County will be expanded.
The McDuffie County Commission, in a unanimous vote March 21, approved a request from Verizon to construct a telecommunications tower at 1773 White Oak Road, at the end of Rivers Circle. The commission upheld the planning board’s approval of a variance March 7 to allow Verizon to build the 195-foot, single pole tower with antenna in a residential district.