Mistakes will be key in GISA baseball title series

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Thursday May 30, 2013

Waynesboro, Ga--The final baseball state titles will be handed out this weekend and we're guaranteed a team from the CSRA winning one on the baseball diamond. Either Edmund Burke or Brentwood will walk away with the GISA crown on Saturday.

The long time rivals will meet for the 2A title starting tomorrow at the home of the War Eagles. Kind of cool too, EBA won the title two years ago, Brentwood, last season. They met twice in the regular season with brentwood winning tight, one run games. Expect the same where mistakes get magnified.

"One mistake can cost you a run or give you a run" said Aaron Phillips "So, you know, the little things, that's what its going to boil down to, which team can get out there and perform like they know they are capable of and elminate the mistakes"

"In both of those games we made a couple of errors that hurt us and allowed them to score runs so I think if we can cut down on all those errors and then make them make some errors and put the ball in play, like I said, I think we might be able to take care of them really."

Brentwood won the region, thus they are hosting and the Spartans come in flying too having won every game since their last loss to the Eagles. Tomorrow is a single game at 4:30 with a double header on Saturday when they crown the champ

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