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On March 10, the Cowboys beat their long-time rival, Taylor County with a final score of 7-3. However, they wouldn’t stay afloat for long. On March 20, the JV Cowboys traveled to Live Oak to take on nemesis Suwannee County High. They gained an early lead in the top of the first; a double by Dustin Bass, brought home Dylan Bass. In fact, Dustin Bass had two extra-base hits for the Cowboys, doubling in the first and third innings. Suwannee County put up two runs of their own in the second, and scored on a two-run double by H Morrill. They would stay in the lead after scoring two runs in the fourth on an error and an RBI single by Morrill. The Cowboys lost, 3-4. On March 23, the JV Cowboys faced off with Taylor County for a second time; however, this time, Taylor would defeat the Cowboys, 3-6. The lead stayed with Taylor after the first, when they scored four runs on a two-run error and an RBI single by Jordan Niles. The Bulldogs piled on two more runs in the top of the second. A strike out scored Josh Mixon, followed by Wil Albritton’s single, plating James Parker. Despite the Cowboys’ loss, Drew Annett had a strong pitching game; he was in control, holding Taylor hitless over four innings, allowing no earned runs, walking four and striking out three.