In 2015, in Lyons, Tyler Luke pitched eight innings of no-hit ball against Islands High School only to lose a one-hitter in nine 3-2. In the rematch, in the Coastal Empire, senior Nick Curtis pitched seven innings for the first time in his Bulldog career and led Toombs County to a 2-0 win over the Sharks. Curtis allowed only four hits in his shutout victory and he also contributed a RBI double in the sixth which drove in D.R. Meadows with the second run. Watch a Salaine Meadows slideshow
Meadows doubled in the first inning but he was left at second. The Bulldogs took a 1-0 in the second inning. Logan McGowan reached on an error and scored on a wild pitch.
On defense TCHS made four errors, but they also made some fine defensive plays. The Bulldogs turned a 5-4-3 double play to end the first inning and a 4-3 double play to end the fourth with second baseman Lane Adams tagging a runner out on a grounder and then throwing to first base for the second out.
With two outs in the third inning and a runner on base McGowan misplayed a shallow fly in right field. However, he ended the frame by throwing the ball to cutoff man Kyle Knight who then fired the ball to catcher Dalton McBride who tagged out Eston Albury. McGowan also hustled into the gap in right, in the sixth, on a base hit and he threw to second base to retire the batter Nick Miller.