Tifton Gazette


April 26, 2014

Tiftarea defeats Windsor

CHULA — The Tiftarea Academy Panthers avenged an early season loss by defeating Windsor Academy, 8-3, Friday evening in Chula. It was a pitcher's duel most of the evening until the Panthers scored four runs in the 5th inning and two more in the sixth.  

Tiftarea was led by Cade Marlowe's dominant performance on the mound. Marlowe pitched six shutout innings, allowing only a pair of hits and a walk while recording nine strikeouts. Rob Flick came in to pitch the 7th inning, allowing three runs and recording three strikeouts.  

Offensively the Panthers were led by Thomas Spurlin with two hits and three RBI.

 The Panthers will take the field again Monday with an opportunity to secure their second consecutive Region 3-AAA championship. They play region rival Deerfield-Windsor at 6:30 p.m. in Albany.

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