By: By Kevin Eckleberry Sports Editor
September 19, 2013
The Central-Carroll steam-roller made a stop at Callaway High on Thursday.
Central-Carroll has dominated its Region 4-AAA softball opponents, and nearly everyone else it has played this season.
Central-Carroll’s only two losses came at the hands of a strong Heard County team, and it kept the good times rolling with a 12-0 victory over Callaway.
The Lady Cavaliers (11-11 overall) fell to 5-4 in region play, while Central-Carroll (20-2) improved to 9-0 in the region.
“They’re on a tear right now,” Callaway head coach Nick Drescher said. “Their coach told me they just run-ruled Rockmart, and they went undefeated in our tournament. They are just on a roll. It was a tough game.”
Callaway will be back home on Saturday for a home doubleheader against Troup, with the first game set for 9 a.m.
It will be Callaway’s Strikeout Cancer game, with all ticket and concession proceeds going to Relay for Life of Troup County.
Callaway then wraps up its regular season next week.
Callaway’s final region game is Tuesday at Rockmart, and it will finish things up on Wednesday with a home game against Hardaway.