June 4, 2007
Albany - The first game of a showdown series between the top two teams in the South Coast League was all South Georgia.
The Peanuts used a terrific starting pitching performanc from Austin Weilep to beat the Aiken Foxhounds 11-1 Monday night at the Paul Eames Complex.
Weilep allowed just one first inning run in working seven innings to earn his third win of the season.
Doc Brooks led the offense with three hits and three runs batted in as the Peanuts broke open the game with a five run fifth inning.
The loss snapped a nine game winning streak for the Foxhounds.
Peanuts manager Wally Backman knows the second place Foxhounds will bounce back from Monday's loss in game two of the series on Tuesday.
Dustin Taylor is scheduled to start for the Peanuts with first pitch at 7:10 p.m..