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Friendship Christian School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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Cary Academy
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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CANCELLED
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Coastal Christian High School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Loss 0-9
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Southern Wake Academy
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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CANCELLED
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Ravenscroft School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Win 2-1
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Trinity School of Durham + Chapel Hill
Trinity School of Durham + Chapel Hill
Win 18-7
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Grace Christian School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Loss 1-12
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The O'Neal School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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CANCELLED
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Trinity Academy of Raleigh
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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CANCELLED
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Trinity Academy of Raleigh
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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CANCELLED
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Trinity School of Durham + Chapel Hill
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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CANCELLED
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Trinity School of Durham + Chapel Hill
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
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CANCELLED
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Cary Christian School
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Win 5-1
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Trinity School of Durham + Chapel Hill
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Win 16-8
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Grace Christian School
Middle Creek Athletic Complex - Field 2
Loss 6-9
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Trinity Academy of Raleigh
St. David's - Satellite Athletic Facility
Loss 6-12

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Steve Barnes

The varsity baseball Warriors ended the season with a 12-6 loss to Trinity of Raleigh Friday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. Edward Adams led the offense with three hits and three runs scored, but multiple errors and a lack of pitching depth were too much to overcome. “This was our fourth game this week and we just ran out of pitching,” said coach David Simmons, whose team finished 5-7. “The errors extended the innings, which led to runs. We hit the ball well and I’m proud of my three seniors (John Mac Feeney, Ethan McConnell and David Shelton). I’ve enjoyed coaching them and they gave everything they had to help our program get better.” McConnell had two hits and two RBI, while Shelton also had two hits, scored twice and drove in one run.

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The varsity baseball Warriors dropped a 9-6 decision to Grace Christian Thursday night at the Middle Creek Athletic Complex. Jake Shelton, Andy Plyler, James Motter, Ford Everett and Paxton Williams had one hit each. Plyler drove in two runs, while Williams and Blake Johnson had one RBI.  Only one of the Eagles nine runs was earned, thanks to multiple fielding miscues. St. David’s is 5-6 and ends the regular season against Trinity of Raleigh at the Satellite Athletic Complex.

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Warriors Top Trinity
Steve Barnes

The St. David’s varsity baseball team picked up its second win in as many days with a 16-8 decision over Trinity of Durham-Chapel Hill Tuesday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The Warriors exploded for six runs in the first inning and collected a season-hit 14 hits to raise their record to 5-5 overall and 4-2 in the EPIC. Jake Shelton led the offense with three hits that included a double and a triple, four RBI and three runs scored. David Shelton chipped in with three hits (two doubles) and  scored four runs.  John Mac Feeney also had three hits and drove in a pair of runs, while Thomas Bartholomew had two hits, drove in three and earned the win with three shutout innings on the mound. He allowed two hits and struck out four. “We came out hitting the ball and were aggressive throughout the lineup,” said coach David Simmons. “Thomas pitched very well and everyone contributed.” The Warriors busy week continues Thursday at Grace Christian and concludes Friday at home on Senior Night against Trinity of Raleigh.

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 Warriors Nip Knights
Steve Barnes

The varsity baseball Warriors needed a game-ending play at the plate to earn a 5-1 victory over Cary Christian Tuesday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The Knights had the bases loaded with one out in the seventh inning, trailing by four runs. Warriors third baseman Jack Shelton knocked down a line shot headed for left field with a diving stop, scrambled to his feet to tag third for the second out, then threw late to first. First baseman Blake Johnson threw home to get the runner from third in a run down. Shelton made a diving tag from behind near the plate to preserve the victory.  “It was a tremendous play by everyone involved,” said coach David Simmons. “Really heads-up baseball when we needed it. Ford (Everett) pitched great and we hit well enough to win.” Everett pitched a complete game six hitter with five strikeouts. John Mac Feeney had two hits with two RBI, while Johnson and Ethan McConnell had a hit and an RBI. 

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The varsity baseball team lost, 2-1 in eight innings, at Harrell’s Academy Friday. Freshman Ford Everett pitched the first seven and allowed the first run on only three hits. Jake and David Shelton had two hits each, while Edward Adams had a hit and scored the Warriors only run. “Ford pitched great and it was a clean game for us defensively,” said coach David Simmons, whose team didn’t make an error. “We had the bases loaded with one out in one inning and couldn’t score, which proved to be the difference.” St. David’s is 3-4 and hosts Trinity of Durham-Chapel Hill Tuesday.

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The varsity baseball Warriors used a seventh inning comeback to win, 5-4, at Cary Christian Thursday. St. David’s rallied for its third straight victory after trailing 4-1 with three outs left. James Motter singled, Andy Plyler walked and Edward Adams reached on catcher’s interference to load the bases. Ford Everett walked to force in Motter, then David Shelton gave the Warriors the lead with a three run double to right field. Everett earned the victory by retiring the Knights in order in the bottom of the seventh. The freshman pitched a complete game four hitter with six strikeouts. “It was a great comeback,” said coach David Simmons. “It’s a big confidence builder and will help us the rest of the season.

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Steve Barnes

The varsity baseball Warriors earned their second straight victory, 18-7, at Trinity of Durham-Chapel Hill Wednesday. St. David’s had 10 hits from seven different players and stole 13 bases in the six-inning game. “It was great to watch us finally break out and swing the bats,” said coach David Simmons. “It’s always good when you can get production from your entire batting order.” Edward Adams, David Shelton and John Mac Feeney had two hits each to lead the Warriors, while Edward Carey, Andy Plyler, James Motter and Ethan McConnell (triple) each had one. The Warriors are 2-2 overall and 1-0 in EPIC action. 

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Baseball Warriors Defeat Ravens
Steve Barnes

The varsity baseball Warriors earned their first victory this spring, 2-1 over Ravenscroft Tuesday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. Freshman Ford Everett pitched a complete game six hitter and the Warriors backed him up with several solid, sometimes spectacular plays in the field. “Ford pitched a tremendous game,” said coach David Simmons, whose team is 1-2. “We didn’t make an error behind him and came up with a couple of great catches in the outfield. We also put the bat on the ball well enough to get the win.” St. David’s scored both runs in the fourth. Ethan McConnell drew a lead off walk, took second on a wild pickoff throw, third on a ground ball and scored on David Shelton’s single. Jake Shelton followed with a single to center. David Shelton advanced to third and scored the eventual winning run on a wild pitch. Senior John Mac Feeney had the Warriors other hit. Everett retired the Ravens in order in the bottom of the seventh and ended the game with his fourth strikeout.

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The Warriors hosts Coastal Christian of Wilmington in a two-sport doubleheader Saturday at the Satellite Athletic Complex. The Centurions prevailed in tennis and baseball by 9-0 margins. St. David’s trailed 2-0 after two innings on the diamond, before Coastal broke through for six runs in the third frame. James Motter singled in the fifth inning for the Warriors only hit. “It was nice to play a full game,” said coach David Simmons, whose team had their last game rained out and the one before that suspended by darkness. “David Shelton pitched well in relief. Our bats will come around when we play regularly and get into a rhythm at the plate.” Shelton allowed only one hit and an unearned run in 4.2 innings of relief. He struck out five and walked two.

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