Two weeks and 12 games into the 2017 season, Columbia native Ti’Quan Forbes has made some big noise offensively for the Texas Rangers’ farm team, the Hickory Crawdads.
As the regular season winds down, Columbia Academy’s baseball team continues to heat up.
West Marion High School’s baseball team cruised down the stretch run of the regular season, winning their final five games, while the softball team struggled in its only contest last week.
East Marion High School’s baseball team struggled at the plate over the past week, but gained invaluable experience for the future.
The Eagles (2-12, 0-8) lost on the road April 11 to Tylertown, then back-to-back games to West Marion as part of a doubleheader Monday night.
Columbia High School’s baseball team has rallied from an early season hole to clinch a spot in the playoffs, despite two losses to Greene County last week.
East Marion High School’s softball team concluded its season with two huge wins over one of its biggest rivals, while the baseball team is still searching for its identity.
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