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(Continued from page 9) score Allen from second. Bui Ware Shoals could not hold the 2-0 lead. In the bottom of the fifth, Calhoun Falls scored thanks to an error on a pickoff play at second with runners at second and third. The Blue Falshes Brian Cade followed with an RBI single that tied it 2-2. In the seventh, Ware Shoals scored four times pn three hits and an error. Morrison hit an RBI double and Billy Traynham added an RBI single to give to Hornets a 6-2 lead. In the bottom of the seventh, however, Calhoun Falls rallied for three runs and stranded the tying run at third. Demond Tillman walked to' lead die inning off, and, after a fly out, Chrisley hit an RBI double. Barry Cade then drew a walk, and a wild pitch moved the runners to second and third. Michael Cade followed with an RBI single to cut the lead to 6-4 with runners at the corners. ' Chris Pless was at the plate and hit the ball hard to center-field, where Jamie Madden made a game-saving, diving catch for the second out. The runner from third scored on the sacrifice and the runner at first, Michael Cade, advanced to second. "Madden has made those plays before," Jameson said. 'The big thing was he held on to the ball when he flipped over." Cade, the tying run, went to third on a passed ball but was stranded there after Ware Shoals' second baseman , John Tucker backhanded a grounder headed up the middle and threw to first in time to end the game. Calhoun Falls left nine runners on base while Ware Shoals stranded seven. Ware Shoals scored five earned runs and Calhoun Falls three. Both teams had five hits. Ware Shoals committed three errors and Calhoun Falls two. Jameson said although Allen struggled with his control on the mound, he got the big plays from the defense to get his third win of the season. "It seemed like he was able to get the big outs when he needed them," Jameson said. Ware Shoals : 000 020 46 3 3 Calhoun Falls . 000 020 35 S 2 WP Allen. LP Chrisley. Records Ware Shoals 14-6, Calhoun Falls 18-6. Defending state champ Saluda nips Ware Shoals SALUDA The defending stale champion Saluda golf team capped an 18-0 regular season by beating Ware Shoals by three strokes in its final tune-up for the state Class A tournament to be held in Bishopville May 22-23. Saluda was led by Bryan Webb with a 37, Jason Higgenbottom and John Crouch each shot 43 and Matt Gentry fired a 47. For Ware Shoals, Johnny Cooper and Jason Home each shot 41, Nathan Hudgens shot 45 and B.J. Prince had a 46. " Saluda won the meet with a 170. Ware Shoals shot 173. Ware Shoals (14-7) will play Christ Church and Whitmire at Christ Church today for its final regular season match before going to Johnsonville Friday for the A stale qualifier.