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|Cathedral edges Vidalia|
Mark down another white-knuckle battle in the VIdalia High-Cathedral HIgh baseball series.
In a game that saw the lead change hands three times, Cathedral High scored three runs in the top of the eighth inning to defeat VIdalia 12-9 Tuesday in Vidalia.
The Green Wave broke the scoring with four runs in the top of the third inning.
Vidalia answered with one run in the bottom of the third and three runs in the fourth.
The VIkings pushed across two runs in the fifth for a 6-4 lead.
Cathedral then rallied with five runs in the sixth for a 9-6 advantage before the Vikings scored one run in the sixth.
Nate Bozeman doubled home Lane Strong in the seventh to tie the game. A throw into the dugout allowed Bozeman to move to third, although Vidalia coach Kale Davis argued Bozeman was past second and should have been allowed to go home with the winning run.
Cathedral scored the winning runs in the eighth inning.
Bozeman had the hot bat for the Vikings, ripping three doubles and two singles.
Jamale Davis singled twice for Vidalia, while Devin Barnes, Roper Craft, Corey Williams, Lane Strong and Josh Foucher singled.
Cathedal winning pitcher Blake Martin homered and singled twice, while Austin Chauvin, Thomas Garrity and Caleb Upton had two hits each.
"That's a game we should have won," Davis said. "We had three errors in the final innings that hurt us. But it was a good game and we know where we are at."
In other baseball action, Monterey fell to Georgetown 4-3 in Georgetown.
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