Last updated: February 17. 2014 12:37AM - 495 Views
By Kevin Eckleberry keckleberry@civitasmedia.com



LaGrange College's Chris Laye, a former Callaway Cavalier, gets a lead off of first base during a game against Birmingham Southern on Sunday.Kevin Eckleberry | Daily News
LaGrange College's Chris Laye, a former Callaway Cavalier, gets a lead off of first base during a game against Birmingham Southern on Sunday.Kevin Eckleberry | Daily News
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The LaGrange College baseball team will have to wait at least a few more days to get its first victory of the season.


After beating LaGrange College at home on Friday, Birmingham Southern swept both ends of a doubleheader on Sunday at Williamson Stadium at Cleaveland Field.


The Panthers (0-3) will look for their first win on Wednesday when they visit Emory, and they’ll be back home on Thursday to face Bates.


LaGrange College opened its season with a 1-0 loss in 10 innings on Friday, and it lost Sunday’s games by scores of 6-3 and 6-2.


In Sunday’s first game, the 6-3 loss, Jarred Adams got the start for LaGrange College.


Adams, a freshman from Troup High, battled through five innings and gave up four runs on four hits.


Jonathan Fleckenstein gave up a couple of runs in 2 2/3 innings, and Tyler Brooks didn’t allow a run in 1 1/3 innings.


The Panthers only had four hits, and James Maxwell had one hit and an RBI.


Adam Terrinoni also had an RBI for the Panthers.


In the 6-2 loss, the Panthers were limited to six hits, and Cain Sauls had two of them with an RBI.


Chris Laye, a former Callaway Cavalier, had a double with a run scored, and former Troup Tiger Jim Reed also had a hit.


Casey Bell added a hit and an RBI for the Panthers.


Justin Yestrumsky got the start for the Panthers, and he went six innings and gave up six hits and two earned runs.


Daniel Garrett pitched two innings of scoreless relief, and Patrick Riley surrendered a pair of runs in his one inning of work.


In Friday’s game, Zach Tatham and Cole Anderson combined for a three-hitter, but the Panthers were unable to push any runs across.


Tatham pitched five innings of one-hit, shutout baseball, and Anderson only gave up two hits in his four innings of work.


Birmingham Southern scored one run in the bottom of the 10th to end it.

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