In the second, the Keydets rallied for a 10-9 win in the 10th inning after scoring the winning run on a dropped fly ball by the Chants (15-12, 4-2 Big South).
Herb, meanwhile, went eight innings and all nine of the Chants’ starters had hits in the victory.
Dantzler also homered in the sixth.
Adam Westmoreland allowed one run on three hits in 42/3 innings to pick up the win in relief for South Carolina (22-6, 5-4 SEC).
CCU women’s track and field
Erica Peake (100 meters, 11.58; 200, 23.35) and Latesha Simpson (long jump 17-83/4; high jump 5-6) both won two events.
Coastal’s 400-meter relay team – Darriale Henley, Qwontajah Thompson, Simpson, Peake – won in 45.22, and the 1,600-meter relay team – Peake, Thompson, Camille Hurley, Jessica Gelibert – won in 3:42.10.
Other Chants with top 10s were: Symphony Thompson (100, third, 11.90); Qwontajah Thompson (100, 10th, 12.12; 200, third, 24.66); Kelila Naules (long jump, sixth, 17-21/4; triple jump, fifth, 38-2); Simpson (200, eighth, 24.87); Ashley Davis (200, 10th, 25.00; 100 hurdles, eighth, 14.54); Hurley (400, second, 56.53; 100 hurdles, sixth, 14.29); Sharmaine Barnes (400, seventh, 57.62); Mary Lawrence (pole vault, third, 11-73/4); Gelibert (400 hurdles, fourth, 1:00.21; 100 hurdles, second, 13.92); Anjulia Nicholson (hammer throw, seventh, 158-5; discus, fifth, 146-9); Amirah Al-Bayyinah (triple jump, third, 39-41/2); and Tiffani Kuhn (javelin, fifth, 114-1).
The Chants also sent several performers to the 94-team Raleigh (N.C.) Relays, where the 3,200-meter relay team – Emily Marchini, Shelby Nicosia, Jessica Dennison, LaChelsie Thomas – took fourth (9:09.72) and Letitia Saayman finished 12th in 10,000 with the second-fastest time (35:23.32) in school history.
CCU men’s track and fieldJACKSONVILLE, Fla.
Reggie Nelson (high jump, 6-83/4) and Cameron Griggs (shot put, 51-10) each won individual events, while the 400-meter relay team – Ronnie Jackson, Joe Wilson, Eric Brown, Corey Hackett-Greene – won in 41.17.
Other Chants with top 10s were: Wesley Edwards (high jump, second, 6-83/4); Wilson (100, seventh, 10.69); Jackson (100, eighth, 10.77); Brown (100, ninth, 10.85); Wilson (200, sixth, 21.29); Hackett-Greene (200, 10th, 21.75); DeAndra Lipscomb (400, third, 48.30); Hackett-Green (400, sixth, 49.03); Desmond Wallace (110 hurdles, fourth, 14.29) Russell Kanner (400 hurdles, second, 53.57); Griggs (hammer throw, fifth, 165-5; discus, fifth, 152-5); Jordan Roach (hammer throw, seventh, 136-7; discus, third, 158-3); Jordan Entwistle (javelin, second, 197-5); Jackson Corcoran (javelin, fourth, 186-5); Chris Tillotson (javelin, sixth, 178-6).
Brooke Donovan and Morgan Noad drove in runs for CCU (20-13, 7-2).
CCU men’s tennis
CCU women’s lacrosse
Kimmy DeLonge notched six points, netting two goals and adding four assists for Coastal (4-6, 1-0).
High school boys lacrosse(At) Socastee 18, Bluffton 3
Socastee coach Matt Fox believes his team may make it the state playoffs, but isn’t certain.
“We’re on the bubble,” he said. “It’s kind of like the NCAA bracket. The top eight seeds from the Lower State get in and we play a pretty tough schedule. The teams we lost to are amongst the top 10 in the state. I’d like to say we’re about a 50-50 shot. There are some teams in the midlands with a better record, just not better in the power rankings.”
Matt Chatfield had two goals and one assist, along with Daquon Brown and Conor O’Brien scoring two goals apiece for the Braves. Nick Goolsby, Mike Alessi, JoJo Richards, Tim Young and Wayne Bauerle had one goal each and goalkeeper Joe Williams recorded six saves.
The Braves (6-5) will find out on Monday if they are eligible for postseason play, and Fox said his squad will be ready for the call.
“Absolutely [we’ll be ready],” he said. “We’ll play Wando most likely. We played them twice and lost two tough games but if we make it, we’ll be ready to play them on Tuesday.”
High school baseball
Records – Socastee 10-5 (4-2 Region VII-AAA), Georgetown 4-10 (2-4).
High school softball