Dogs fall a run short against Harlem
By Jim Wallace

Harlem’s Blake Teston dives back to first as the Bulldogs’ Dakota Gergan takes a pickoff attempt from Cade Brown.
The Thomson Diamond Dogs fell a run short against Harlem Thursday night in Harlem.
The Dogs, who had fallen 13-0 to Harlem the previous week, were down 3-0 in the 6th and came up with two runs before Harlem captured win No. 699 for head coach Jimmy Lewis.
“We played much better in the second game than we did against them last week,” said Brad Smith, Thomson head coach. “We out hit them 6-to-4, but had two costly errors that led to runs.”
Adonis Kendrick had two singles to lead Thomson, and Cade Brown and Jackson Mathews each had singles that drove in runs. Mills Ridings and Garrett McClure each had a single.
The Bulldogs closed out the month at Grovetown Tuesday night. They returned to Bulldog Field Wednesday to face Lakeside. On Friday, Washington County visits THS at 6 p.m. On Monday, the Dogs travel to Westside for a 5:30 p.m. game.
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