LC Twins Drop to 1-1 in 2017 American Legion World Series
Mia Carlson

LC Twins Drop to 1-1 in 2017 American Legion World Series

SHELBY, NC - The Lewis Clark Twins are now 1-1 in the American Legion World Series after losing to Randolph County, North Carolina by a final score of 4 to 1.  The series features eight regional winners and consists of 15 games through Tuesday.

The Twins will play again tomorrow vs. New Jersey at 12:30 (PDT). Schedule: http://americanlegionworldseries.com/tournaments/alws/#.WYzeg1GGOM8

  • Due to weather, games have been shortened to 7 innings​

You can watch the games on ESPN: https://www.legion.org/baseball/238740/watch-2017-legion-world-series-espn

Follow the Series from a smartphone or tablet by downloading the free Legion World Series app through Apple Store or Google Play Store. 

(Photo: Danny Robinson of Lewiston, Idaho, Post 13 makes a catch in right field against Randolph County, N.C., Post 45 in game 8 of The American Legion World Series on Saturday, August 12, 2017 at Veterans Field at Keeter Stadium in Shelby, N.C. Photo by Matt Roth/The American Legion.)

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