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Cycs fall in MACAA consolation game

GOLDSBORO — Undeterred by a six-run first inning by New Life Academy of Elizabeth City, Community Christian cut the deficit to one run after two innings of Saturday’s Mid-Atlantic Christian Athletic Association baseball consolation game at Faith Christian Academy.

But the Cyclones had no answer when the Bobcats scored six more in the top of the third on the way to a 17-7 victory in five innings. Community Christian finished with a 7-8 record after losing its last three games, including a 6-5 defeat to New Bern Christian in the MACAA semifinals Friday. The Cyclones also fell 18-17 to New Life Christian of Rocky Mount in a nonconference game last Tuesday after the MACAA playoffs started.

Sophomore Tyler Spivey and freshman Jack Beamon each had two hits for CCS on Saturday. Beamon singled and doubled and drove in three runs while Spivey scored twice and knocked in two runs. Eighth grader Tanner Pierce and sophomore Colby Barnhill each added an RBI for CCS while Tee Bohne and Josh Varnell had hits.

Barnhill took the loss after working 3 1/3 innings and giving up six runs, but just one earned, on five hits and four walks. Pierce and Varnell also saw mound action in the loss.