The Darlington baseball team is bound for the Class AA state championship! The Tigers are one step closer to a state title after sweeping a double-header with Rabun County at home in the Class AA semifinals on Monday. Darlington won the opener 5-2, thanks in large part to a grand slam from Burton Dulaney in the bottom of the fifth. They won the nightcap by a score of 12-2 in five innings.
The Darlington Tigers are bound for the Final Four of the Class AA state baseball tournament! They’ll host Rabun County in a best-of-three series. The first two of those games will be played today. Game one is slated to begin at 2 pm and will be followed by game two around 5 pm. Game three, if necessary, will be played on Tuesday at 1 pm.
Darlington School’s baseball team is bound for the semifinal round of the Class AA playoffs, and coverage of the Tigers in the Final Four will be provided on 95.7 FM The Ridge. The Tigers are slated to host Rabun County in a best-of-three series. Games one and two will be played on Monday. Game three, if necessary, will be played on Tuesday. Times are TBA. Online coverage of the series will be provided at www.theridge957.com.
Darlington School’s Athletic Director Bob Stinchcomb is resigning his post at the end of June, Darlington Head of School Brent Bell announced on Thursday.