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May 2, 2014

TU baseball, softball rained out at SCT

THOMASVILLE —

The TU baseball and softball teams were afflicted by rain at their respective Sun Conference Tournaments on Friday. 

Ironically, the teams are 150 miles apart in two very different parts of Florida.

The Lady Hawks, who lost their postseason opener to St. Thomas on Thursday in Clermont, Fla., got through an inning and a half of Game 2 on Friday. 

After opening a 3-0 lead, Thomas allowed ten USC-Beaufort runs in the bottom of the first before  rain began to fall. 

The game is currently in the bottom of the second inning, and will resume on Saturday at 9 a.m.

The Night Hawks baseball bunch was slated to start their tournament opener at 7 p.m. against last weekend’s opponent, St. Thomas, but didn’t even see first pitch.

Stay tuned for more updates in Sunday’s edition.

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