No. 1 Summerville takes Diamond Invitational

No. 1 Summerville takes Diamond Invitational

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No. 1 Summerville takes Diamond Invitational

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No. 1-ranked Summerville claimed the 2015 South Carolina Diamond Invitational with a 12-2 win Sunday over Lexington High School. Following are all the tournament scores, followed by tournament superlatives.

Summerville High School won the 2015 South Carolina Diamond Invitational at Blythewood High School.

Summerville High School won the 2015 South Carolina Diamond Invitational at Blythewood High School.

Huge thanks to Blythewood High School for hosting the tournament and Ryan Johnson for sending out all the scores and statistics every day.

Scores:

Game #1:  Summerville 5, White Knoll 2    (Box Score)

Game #2:  Lexington 6, Blythewood 2    (Box Score)

Game #3:  Mauldin 13, Socastee 12   (Box Score)

Game #4:  Greenville 10, Wren 5  (Box Score)

Game #5:  Belton-Honea Path 2, White Knoll 0  (Box Score)

Game #6:  Blythewood 4, River Bluff 0  (Box Score)

Game #7:  Summerville 3,  Belton-Honea Path 1  (Box Score)

Game #8:  Lexington 4, Mauldin 3   (Box Score)

Game #9:  Wren 6, River Bluff 4   (Box Score)

Game #10:  White Knoll 1, Socastee 0  (Box Score)

Game #11:  Greenville16, Blythewood 4  (Box Score)

Game #12:  Mauldin 5, Belton-Honea Path 4  (Box Score)

Game #13:  Socastee 15, Summerville 9  (Box Score)

Game #14:  River Bluff 10, Greenville 0  (Box Score)

Game #15:  Lexington 5, Wren 3  (Box Score)

Game #16:  River Bluff 8, Socastee 1  (Box Score)

Game #17:  Blythewood 9, Belton-Honea Path 2  (Box Score)

Game #18:  White Knoll 10, Wren 0  (Box Score)

Game #19:  Mauldin 5, Greenville 3  (Box Score)

Game #20:  Summerville 12, Lexington 2  (Box Score)

Individual and team tournament leaders

Diamond Invitational

Skills Competition

Baserunning

Belton-Honea Path:  Dylan Spence  (15.18)

Blythewood:  Jordyn Adams  (14.27) – WINNER

Greenville:  Capers Foster  (16.06)

Lexington:  Ryan Cain  (15.70)

Mauldin:  Grant Fuller  (14.38)

River Bluff:  Will Bradford  (14.84)

Socastee:  Ryan Beal  (15.57)

Summerville:  Riley Haigen  (14.70)

White Knoll:   Brandon Fowler  (14.64)

Wren:   Steven Purdy  (15.40)

Home Run Derby

Belton-Honea Path:  Blake Holliday  (6)

Blythewood:  Tripper Ergle  (0)

Greenville:  Ben Peden  (4)

Lexington:  Trey Watts  (4)

Mauldin:  Connor Campbell  (2)

River Bluff:  Brandon Tillmon  (2)

Socastee:  Dylan Thompson  (0)

Summerville:  Sawyer Bridges  (0)

White Knoll:  Steven Estep (1)

Wren:  Chase McCroskey  (1)

Final Round

Ben Peden (3) – WINNER

Blake Holliday (2)

Trey Watts (0)

All-Academic Team

Belton-Honea Path:  Jake Crawford

Blythewood:  Andrew Crook

Greenville:  Weston McDonald

Lexington:  Ryan Cain

Mauldin:  Chad Arledge

River Bluff:  Kyle White

Socastee:  Buck Bacot

Summerville:  Wilson Beattie

White Knoll:  Parker McInnis

Wren:  Dylan Porter

All-Tournament Team

Belton-Honea Path:  Jake Crawford

Blythewood:  Andrew Crook

Greenville:  Ben Peden

Lexington:  Cordes Baker, Brice Kirven

Mauldin:  Justin Dean

River Bluff:  Brandon Tillmon

Socastee:  Dylan Thompson

Summerville:  T.J. Hopkins, Charlie Fessler

White Knoll:  Steven Estep

Wren:  Tanner Mack

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