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Chargers head into GCAA post season as top seed

The Georgia Highlands Chargers finished the regular season on a three-game skid this past week, but still won the Georgia Collegiate Athletic Association’s regular season title and will host their first conference post season game next Sunday, May 9 at LakePoint in Emerson.

The Chargers dropped both games of a doubleheader Saturday at Gordon State — falling 6-5 and 12-3. Gordon completed the GCAA slate as the No. 2 team in the conference.

David Smith homered and had two hits in Saturday’s opening loss. Trace Twardoski also had a pair of hits.

Omar Daniels led the Chargers with three hits including a double in the second loss.

Georgia Highlands (39-13) will be the No. 1-seed and receive a first round bye before facing the winner of Thursday’s matchup between 4th-seed East Georgia State and 5th-seed ABAC.

The other half of the double-elimination bracket includes 3rd-seed Andrew College against 6th-seed South Georgia State Thursday with the winner facing 2nd-seed Gordon State Sunday. The tournament continues through Thursday, May 13.


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