Raiders stymied, swept in state championship

Savannah Christian is state runner-up after falling in state finals

Raiders swept by Tattnall Square in state championship

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) - Savannah Christian’s offense just couldn’t get going against two of the best pitchers in the state, falling 11-0 and 11-1 in Tuesday’s GHSA Class A-Private state championship series.

In front of a large hometown crowd at Grayson Stadium, the Raiders couldn’t figure out Tattnall Square’s Brooks Gorman and Dawson Brown.

Savannah Christian ends the season with a 28-9 record and as the Class A-Private state runners-up.
Savannah Christian ends the season with a 28-9 record and as the Class A-Private state runners-up. (Source: WTOC)

Making issues worse, Savannah Christian made six errors in a must-win Game 2.

It’s a frustrating end to a terrific season for the Raiders. Savannah Christian ends the 2019 season with a 28-9 record and as the state runners-up.

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