It’s also been a good one.
Justin Colegrove struck out 16 batters in a complete-game effort Friday and Jordan Hoeweller drove in the game-winner with two outs in the bottom of the ninth in a 5-4 win over Marion.
The Warriors defeated Georgetown 6-4 on Wednesday before rallying for 11 runs in the bottom of the sixth for a 12-11 win over Loris on Thursday.
“We’ve had a tough week,” Waccamaw coach Jeff Gregory said. “All our games have been close.”
Curtis Lawing got on base and stole second, setting up Hoeweller’s game-winning hit.
It made Colegrove’s gutsy performance stand up. The hurler’s strikeout total was a career high.
“He started off struggled and got stronger as innings went on throughout the night,” Gregory said. “It was a good performance by him on the bump.”
Overall, it was another good ending in a week full of them for Waccamaw.
“We’re finding a way. It ain’t pretty but we’re finding a way,” Gregory said.
High school baseball
Records – Carolina Forest: (3-7, 1-3)
High school softball
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High school boys soccer(At) Carolina Forest 6, Georgetown 0
High school girls soccer(At) Carolina Forest 6, Georgetown 0
High school boys lacrosse(At) Socastee 7, Porter Gaud 6
“We had a great defensive set,” Socastee coach Matthew Fox said. “We were up a goal with a minute to go, and our defense played out of their minds for a minute. Just a great defensive game. Hopefully [Saturday] – when we play Wando – we can score some more goals.”
Mike Alessi had one goal and one assist, and Tim Young had one goal for the Braves. Wayne Bauerle added two assists for Socastee and goalkeeper Joe Williams recorded 13 saves.
CCU men’s golfTALLAHASSEE, Fla.
No. 50 Coastal has four players among the top 15 individually and the 280 team score marks the squad’s lowest round for the season. Sophomores Ben Wheeler and Andrew Dorn each carded rounds of 69 to tie for sixth, while Sebastian Soderberg and Roberto Ballesteros each shot 71 to tie for 13th.
CCU women’s golfAUGUSTA, Ga.
Coastal Carolina has three players inside the top 30 of the 99 competitor field with senior Jessica Alexander’s 1-over 73 leading the charge. Alexander is tied for fifth overall after carding a trio of birdies on her opening round of play. Brittany Henderson, who posted a 4-over 76, stands tied for 21st. Freshman Lena Schaeffner is tied for 26th individually. Schaeffner posted four birdies on the round, the fifth most by any competitor.
Sophomore Frida Castillo, Coastal’s top finisher at last week’s Purdue Mount Vintage Invitational, turned in a 6-over 78. Marissa Hinchman rounded out the Chanticleer contingent with an 8-over 80.
CCU track and fieldMYRTLE BEACH
Mary Lawrence took first in the pole vault (12 feet), Anjulia Nicholson won the collegiate hammer throw (162-2) and CCU’s 800-meter relay team – Erica Peake, Latesha Simpson, Gabrielle Lee, Qwontajah Thompson – won in 1:36.37.
The Chants’ 3,200-meter relay team – Shelby Nicosia, Jessica Gelibert, LaChelsie Thomas, Emily Marchini – placed second (9:07.87), helping CCU lead the John Rhodes mayor’s trophy competition, in which points are scored in relays. The Chants lead the likes of Ohio State, Louisville, Purdue, Liberty and West Point.
Former Coastal Carolina standout Amber Campbell won the event named after her, taking first in the Amber Campbell Invitational hammer throw at 225-5.
On the men’s side, CCU alum Jason Flanagan took first in the javelin (245-5), while current Coastal thrower Corcoran Jackson took second (first collegiate) with a toss of 223-8. The Chants’ Jordan Entwistle took fifth (200-8) and Tyler Slapikas was 10th (186-1).
CCU’s Reggie Nelson took eighth in the long jump (22-61/2).
The open National Senior Games Association-sanctioned event gofers 20 major sports in nine age groups for men and women ages 50 and older to compete for gold, silver and bronze medals.
Registration is open until April 1 and entry forms are available at local recreation departments or by going online at scseniorgames.com.