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Warriors Drop Vipers 9-6

Both the Warriors and the Hit'n Mill Vipers 10U threatened with rallies, but it was Warriors that eventually took advantage of them in a 9-6 win at Pembroke Complex.The Hit'n Mill Vipers 10U out-hit Warriors nine to seven, but stranded five runners on base. Nolan Crawford had a hot bat for the Warriors. Crawford went two for two, drove in one and scored two runs. He singled in the second and third innings.  Crawford also…
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Crush Top Warriors 13-7

The Warriors jumped out to an early lead in their first game on Sunday, but were unable to hold on and eventually fell 13-7 to the Coastal Crush. The Crush took the lead in the fourth inning on four unearned runs. Blake Wall racked up two RBIs on two hits for the #2 seed Warriors. He doubled in the first inning and singled in the third inning. The top of the first saw the Crush…
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Warriors Win in Convincing Fashion

The Warriors beat Spartans Baseball on Saturday 16-7 at Grand Park. The Warriors scored five runs in the sixth. Their runs were scored on an error, two wild pitches, a two-run single by Daniel Stanley, and a bases loaded walk by Caeden Graham. The game was back-and-forth heading into the fifth, with five lead changes. the Warriors took the lead in the fifth inning and held on for the victory. An RBI single off the…
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Warriors End Weekend with 19-14 Victory

Scoreboard operators were busy at Grand Park on Sunday as the Warriors and Carolina Teal combined for 33 runs. The Warriors eventually won the offensive battle 19-14 in three innings.  There were 21 hits in the contest, including 11 extra base hits in the game. The two teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to nine lead changes in the game. The Warriors pulled out the win thanks to a strong third inning.…
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Graham Tosses No-Hitter in 15-0 Victory

Caeden Graham was great on Saturday, throwing a no-hitter in the Warriors' 15-0 victory over Southport Flash. No Southport Flash batter was able to locate Caeden's pitches during the game. Caeden threw a no-hitter, striking out one batter and walking one while recording his momentous feat in the three inning victory. He got Mathesn to ground out to second for the final out of the game. The biggest inning for the Warriors was the third.…
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Warriors Best Moms in First Kickball Challenge

The Warriors had to adjust their thinking this weekend after their scheduled tournament didn't have enough teams.  With it being Mother's Day Weekend, their potential opponents decided to stay home.  Because of this, the Warrior's mothers decided to challenge the boys to a kickball game.   After practicing at 10:00, the two teams squared off for the fun contest.  A good time was had by all, as the teams ended not quite sure of the…
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Warriors Fall in Extra Innings to Next Level

The Warriors came up on the short end of the box score on Sunday; falling to Next Level 6-5 in seven innings. The two teams entered the fifth inning scoreless after tremendous pitching and defensive efforts.  Dalton Stroud threw a complete game for the Warriors and was tagged the tough luck loser after giving up five unearned runs in the defeat. Both teams turned in web gems to keep the game scoreless for the first…
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Warriors Top Flamethrowers 15-11 to Start Season

The Warriors and the Dillon Flamethrowers lit up the scoreboard on Saturday as they combined for 26 runs. In the end, Warriors won the offensive battle 15-11 in four innings. The game featured 24 hits, including four extra base hits in the game. The Warriors got its bats going early, scoring five runs in the top half of the first inning to pull ahead of the Flamethrowers . The Warriors scored in the first on…
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Warriors Open Season by Volunteering with Grand Strand Miracle League

After spending the last two weekends hard at work during their Spring Training sessions, the Warriors took to the field for the first time in 2015 for a special occasion. The team did a dress rehearsal with their new uniforms and new hats and took to the road for their first ever visit to the Grand Strand Miracle League. The Miracle League's mission is "to offer individuals with special needs the opportunity to participate in…
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Warriors Defeat Wilmington in Extra Innings

Pitchers had a tough day during the game between Warriors and Wilmington Pride, as the two teams put up 21 runs combined in a 11-10 Warriors win. Hitters on both sides were strong at the plate as the teams combined for 14 hits, including four extra base hits. The Warriors' Caeden Graham showed his talents on both sides of the diamond with a strong game on the hill and at the plate. Offensively, Graham racked…
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CFL's Jonathon Sharpe Visits Warriors Practice

The Warriors have been practicing for the past month in preparation for the upcoming season. With their first game just a week away, the team was fortunate to have Jonathon Sharpe stop by to teach them how to take care of their bodies throughout the season.  Sharpe knows from experience.  After excelling in football at both the high school and collegiate levels, Sharpe has played in the NFL for three teams: the Seattle Seahawks, Carolina…
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Offenses Dominate as Warriors Outscore Elite Baseball Academy 10-9

The offenses were busy again in game two for the Warriors.  The team scrapped and came out with a 10-9 victory over Elite Baseball Academy in six innings. There were 16 hits, including four extra base hits in the game. The teams traded runs for most of the contest, leading to 11 lead changes in the game. The Warriors pulled out the win thanks to a strong sixth inning. The Warriors went up for good…
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Warriors Outlast SC Baseball Academy in High-Scoring Affair, 22-8

The bats were busy at Tyler River on Saturday, and when the dust cleared the Warriors had a 22-8 win over SC Baseball Academy in five innings. Hitters on both sides were strong at the plate as the teams combined for 20 hits, including seven extra base hits. The biggest inning for the Warriors was the fifth. In the inning the Warriors scored 16 runs. The Warriors scored in the fifth on a two-run single…
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Jolly Named Select Games MVP

On Thursday, Warriors' assistant coach Robert Jolly got back to doing what he does best. After the high school season ended, Jolly began serving the Warriors in any capacity he could. He has worked as the first base coach, bullpen catcher, mentor, and friend. But Thursday he was back behind the plate serving his team as a catcher and left handed hitter. In Thursday's game, the first of two, Jolly pinch hit and singled to…
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Warriors Travel to Georgetown

On Saturday, the Warriors hosted three teams to a clinic, guest speaker, and scrimmage at East Bay Park in Georgetown. The event was held overlooking the boat ramp into Georgetown Bay. The weather couldn't have been nicer and a slight breeze kept the bugs away. The ECBA Bombers, Georgetown All-Stars, and Lowcountry Generals all came together to learn the game of baseball and hear a great story. The day started with all the kids getting…
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Warriors Visit Upward Star Center

Prior to playing in the Top Gun Winter Nationals, the Warriors stopped by the Upward Star Center in Spartanburg, SC. The boys were able to knock some rust off their bats after taking nearly a week off. Coach Robert surprised the boys and worked with them in one of the cages. While they were working, the team was blessed to have the Tolleson family walk around and share some words of encouragement.  Wayne spent ten…
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Offense Dominates as Warriors Secure Two Seed for Sunday

The Warriors offense showed back up on Saturday and led the team two two decisive wins. The team downed the Carolina Gators 11-5 in game one and defeated the Carolina Sting 20-7 in game two. The offense hit .509 (29-57) on the day with 13 walks and 11 stolen bases.   Landen Doyle led the team offensively by going four for five with five runs scored, five stolen bases, and three RBI.  Nolan Alexander (6-8,…
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Chanticleers Visit Warriors

For the third consecutive Wednesday the Warriors were blessed to have some accomplished visitors. Five current Coastal Carolina baseball players, all from South Carolina, were in attendance despite having not gotten home until 2:00 AM from a road trip to Charleston. Austin Kerr, Connor Owings, Andrew Beckwith, Mike Morrison, and GK Young all came to practice and worked with the players. The Chants will be in action tomrrow night at home against Campbell. All five…
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