Bears’ Chandler Ring, Chandler Dawson no-hit Demons

Don Moncrief Baseball, Featured, Houston County HS, Warner Robins HS

Houston County’s fortunes continue to flourish. Warner Robins’ continues to go in the opposite direction.

How good has it gotten for Houston County? Wednesday – on Senior Night – was the Bears’ fifth straight. In that run are three shutouts and two games in which they only allowed a run. They are now 14-14 overall (a lot of tough competition to start the year).

How bad has it gotten for the Demons? Well, counting Wednesday’s 10-0 loss, Houston County has now beaten them three times and done it in 17 innings. It was also the second-straight no-hitter thrown against them. Previously, it was Veterans’ Derek Wylie throwing a perfect game. Wednesday it was Chandler Ring and Chandler Dawson – their only marks against them three walks. Ring, in two innings of work, gave a free pass to two, while striking out three – Luna walked one and fanned one.

Warner Robins is now 5-22.

The Bears had nine hits. Austin Langford had three of those in four at bats. He also drove in one while scoring two.

Lawson Trawick also had a pair of RBIs and scored once. He was 1-2 with a pair of walks.

Houston County scored one run in the first, three in the third, one in the fourth and five in the fifth.