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Surry Central's Samuel Harris, seen hitting a double at home, came through on the road as the Golden Eagles upset Mount Pleasant in the 2A state playoffs.
Surry Central's Samuel Harris, seen hitting a double at home, came through on the road as the Golden Eagles upset Mount Pleasant in the 2A state playoffs.
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MOUNT PLEASANT – Surry Central’s baseball team scored a 6-5 upset win against Mount Pleasant in the first round of the Class 2A West playoffs on Wednesday night.


Samuel Harris homered for the Eagles (14-11), who move on to play at Hunter Huss (6-16) in the second round. Harris was 2 for 3 at the plate with four RBIs.


Central finished with eight hits as a team.


Mount Pleasant was a No. 1 seed and had finished undefeated in the Rocky River Conference.


Kaden Leonard had a two-run single in the first inning to put Central head 2-0, and then Harris hit a two-run shot in the second to give the Eagles a four-run lead.


The Tigers (16-8) would tie the game at 4-4 in the third inning, led by Justin Green’s two-run homer.


However, Central answered with two more runs in the fourth and held on.


Cole Fowler started on the mound for the Eagles, who snapped a two-game slide. Fowler got the win and Leonard picked up the save. Fowler threw the first four innings.


Huss (Gastonia) defeated West Wilkes 1-0 in its first-round playoff game.


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