Wednesday’s high school baseball and softball playoff games

May 6, 2014 

BASEBALL

CLASS 4A

UPPER STATE

Nation Ford at T.L. Hanna

Blythewood at Fort Mill

Richland Northeast at Northwestern

Mauldin at Rock Hill

LOWER STATE

Lexington at Goose Creek

Summerville at Sumter

West Florence at West Ashley

Ashley Ridge at Wando

CLASS 3A

UPPER STATE

Palmetto at Greenville

Travelers Rest at Emerald

Belton-Honea Path at River Bluff

Blue Ridge at Chapin

LOWER STATE

Strom Thurmond at Socastee

Midland Valley at Hilton Head

James Island at Georgetown

St. James at Marlboro County

CLASS 2A

UPPER STATE

Saluda at Chesnee

Mid-Carolina at Ninety Six

Indian Land at Buford

Fairfield Central at Central

LOWER STATE

Barnwell at Wade Hampton

Academic Magnet at Bishop England

Waccamaw at Loris

Aynor at Dillon

CLASS A

UPPER STATE

Lamar at Dixie

McBee at St. Joseph’s

Southside Christian at Lewisville

Ware Shoals at Fox Creek

LOWER STATE

Johnsonville at Branchville

Carvers Bay at Lake View

East Clarendon at Hannah-Pamplico (Tuesday)

Whale Branch at Latta (Tuesday)

SOFTBALL

CLASS 4A

UPPER STATE

Laurens at Byrnes

Blythewood at Clover

Lugoff-Elgin at Northwestern

Dorman at Mauldin

LOWER STATE

Lexington at Wando

Spring Valley at Summerville

Conway at Stratford

Carolina Forest at Bluffton

CLASS 3A

UPPER STATE

River Bluff at Woodruff

Blue Ridge at Chapin

Pickens at Wren

Chapman at Camden

LOWER STATE

Airport at Darlington

Hanahan at St. James

James Island at Georgetown

Berkeley at Socastee

CLASS 2A

UPPER STATE

Saluda at Crescent

Pendleton at Ninety Six

Chesterfield at Central

Buford at Andrew Jackson

LOWER STATE

Battery Creek at Silver Bluff

Academic Magnet at Barnwell

Andrews at Waccamaw

Dillon at Aynor

CLASS A

UPPER STATE

Wagener-Salley at Dixie

St. Joseph’s at McBee

Tamassee-Salem at Lewisville

Whitmire at Fox Creek

LOWER STATE

Branchville at Latta

Carvers Bay at Lake View

Hannah-Pamplico at East Clarendon (Tuesday)

Whale Branch at Johnsonville

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