The Columbus State Cougars have moved into first place in the Peach Belt Conference following a home weekend sweep of Flagler. The Cougars took game three 2-1 on Sunday.
CSU is 11-3 overall and at 5-1 in the PBC. The Cougars lead 4-1 Georgia College and Lander by ½ a game. Columbus State will play host to Montevallo- from the Gulf South Conference- on Wednesday and then Lander will travel to Columbus for a three-game series starting on Friday.
Former Toombs County Bulldog D.R. Meadows went 0-for-4 at the plate. He popped up to short, grounded out to first and grounded out to third base in his final two at bats.
Meadows is hitting .233 with 6 runs scored and 3 RBI. He is still tied for the conference lead in steals with 5.
Defensively D.R. made three plays at third base. He caught a foul ball in the second inning, started a 5-4-3 double play in the eighth and took care of a sacrifice bunt in the ninth.
In 34 fielding opportunities he has 25 assists and 9 put outs. D.R. has been involved in 8 double plays and his fielding percentage is 1.000.