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CLASS 5A STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 1: Faith Academy 5, Russellville 3

GAME 1: Faith Academy 5, Russellville 3

MONTGOMERY – Faith Academy scored five runs in the first three innings Thursday afternoon and then held on for a 5-3 win over three-time defending Class 5A state champion Russellville in game one of the AHSAA 2018 Class 5A State Baseball Championship Series at Paterson Field.
    The Rams (35-3) of Coach Matt Seymour were boosted the strong pitching performance of starter Reece Ewing (11-1), who went 6 1/3 innings. He scattered four hits, walked four and struck out 10 before getting last-inning help from closer Eli Giles, who notched his third save of the season. Ewing has struck out 117 in 70 innings this season.
    Ewing’s first-inning double provided the first run of the game for Faith Academy in the bottom of the first inning. Courtesy runner Giles then scored on John Bell’s single.
    Coach Chris Heaps’ Golden Tigers (30-15) cut the lead to 2-1 in the top of the third when Noah Gist walked, advanced to third on Rudy Fernandez’s double and scored on a wild pitch.  The Rams responded quickly in the bottom of the inning when Bell drove in his second run of the game on a single. Faith added two more runs on Parker Mills’ sacrifice fly and Michael Garcia’s base hit to right center field.
    Russellville hurler Caden Parker (8-3), a junior, settled down the rest of the way but got the complete game loss. He scattered seven hits but only two after the third inning and struck out three.
    Russellville rallied in the top of the seven to score two runs when catcher Hunter Briles singled, Gist walked and two runs then scored when Landon Ezzell reached on an error to cut the lead to two. The Rams snuffed the rally, however, when pinch runner Will Rogers, running for Ezzell, was thrown out at the plate by third baseman Bryant Andrews, who fielded a grounder off the bat of Houston Kitterman fired a strike to catcher Christopher Sargent, who made the tag four out two. Giles then got the last out on a fly out to center field to end the game.
     The series moves to Riverwalk Stadium Friday morning with the two teams squaring off in game two of the best 2-of-3 series at 10 a.m. Game three, if needed, will follow 30 minutes after completion of game two.
     The Class 6A series between Helena (26-14) and Hazel Green (30-12) played game one Thursday night. Both the 5A and 6A series shift to Riverwalk Stadium Friday with 5A at 10 a.m., and 6A at 4 p.m. The third game in each series will follow 30 minutes after completion of the first game if needed.
    The Class 7A championship series opens Friday at 6 p.m. at Paterson Field with Hewitt-Trussville (32-9) facing Auburn (35-7). The 7A series close the AHSAA Championships Saturday at Riverwalk Stadium with game two at 10 a.m.
    All championship series games are being live-streamed over the NFHS Network.
The AHSAA Softball Championships is underway at Lagoon Park today through Saturday.

CLASS 3A STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 2: Mobile Christian 11, Lauderdale County 0

MONTGOMERY -- Mobile Christian scored nine runs in the first two innings Thursday to take a quick 9-0 lead en route to an 11-0 victory in game two complete a sweep of Lauderdale County in the AHSAA Class 3A State Baseball Championship Series.
    The Leopards (29-9) now have three state championships to their credit in the last four years -- winning in 2015 and 2016.
    Senior Sam Ladner, Coach Talley Haines’ lead-off hitter, had a triple, hit by pitch and walk and scored three runs in the win at Riverwalk Stadium to earn MVP honors. He also tripled in Wednesday’s game one win and scored five runs in the championship series,
     Ethan Hearn and Trent Avery also had two hits for Mobile Christian. Avery had two RBIs and scored three runs while Hearn stroked two doubles.
    Winning pitcher Jeffry Griffin (8-2) hurled the five-inning shutout allowing four hits and striking out two.
    Catcher Slade Brown stroked a double to pace the Tigers (22-16-1). Coach Corey Looney used four pitchers in the contest. They combined to give up eight hits but only six of the 11 runs were earned.
    Classes 5A and 6A opened their championship series at Paterson Field Thursday night with defending Class 5A state champion Russellville taking on Faith Academy at 4 p.m., and Helena meeting Hazel Green in the 6A opener at 7. The two series will move to Riverwalk Stadium Friday.
    Hoffman (8-2) faced only 26 batters in notching eighth win of the season. Catcher Ethan Hearn  slugged a homer and  single to plate two runs and Sam Ladner had a triple and single and    All championship series games are being live-streamed over the NFHS Network.
The AHSAA Softball Championships will continue at Lagoon Park Thursday morning with first games set for 9 a.m. The 56-team, seven-classification state tourney will conclude Saturday.


CLASS 1A STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 2: Sweet Water 6, Spring Garden 4

GAME 2: Sweet Water 6, Spring Garden 4

MONTGOMERY -- Defending state champion Sweet Water edged Spring Garden 6-4 in game two of the AHSAA Class 1A State Baseball Championship Series at Riverwalk Stadium Thursday morning to claim the Bulldogs’ second straight state title.
       The sweep of the Panthers didn’t come easily, however.
       Coach John Gluschick’s Bulldogs (29-9) won game on Wednesday on the strength senior Jonah Smith’s two-hit 8-0 shutout. Thursday’s game had much more suspense, however. Sweet Water scored an unearned run in the top of the third inning Shamar Lewis singled, stole second, moved to third on a scoring error and scored when Trenton Sams grounded out.
     The Bulldogs post five more runs, all unearned, in the top of the fourth to take a 6-0 lead. Jonah Smith, named the Class 1A tourney MVP, and J.T. Etheridge opened the rally with back-to-back singles. Braiden Broussard reached on a fielder’s choice but Smith was thrown out at the plate. Reed Joiner loaded the bases reaching on an error and Luke Davis followed with a double down the left-field line to clear the bases for the big hit of the inning.
     Coach Barrett Ragsdale’s Panthers, scoreless in the first 11 innings of the series, finally came to life in the bottom of the fourth scoring four runs of Sweet Water starter Sasha Smith. Riley Austin opened the inning with a single and scored on an infield error three batters later. Luke Welsh then delivered a bases-loaded double down the right-field line to cut the Sweet Water led to 6-4.
   Sweet Water opened the sixth inning with back-to-back singles by Austin Slayton and Weston Kirk. The rally was snuffed out two batters later when Sweet Water turned a double play.
    Sasha Smith (7-0), the younger brother of Jonah Smith, pitched 4 2/3 innings, allowed two hits and struck out three to get the win. Chance Broussard hurled the final 2 1/3 innings allowing two hits and no runs to get the save.  Kirk went the distance for the Panthers, scattering nine hits and six unearned runs. He walked none and struck out none.
    Sams finished with one hit and two RBIs. He also had one stolen base -- giving him 34 on the season. He broke the school record with his 33rd steal Wedneday night. Davis had two hits and three RBIs, and Chastain Washington had two hits and scored two runs.
    Welsh’s double and three RBIs paced Spring Garden. Kirk finished with one hit and an RBI, Slayton and Austin had a single each and score a run.
     Sweet Water’s title was the 10th in school history, moving the Bulldogs to second all-time behind G.W. Long, which won its 15th state crown Tuesday. Vestavia Hills and Hokes Bluff now rank third with nine state championships each.
     Mobile Christian (28-9) and Lauderdale County (22-15-1) play game two of the Class 3A championship series today at 4 p.m.  The Class 5A series, featuring Russellville (30-14) and Faith Academy (34-4) in a rematch from 2017, begins at 4 p.m. Thursday at Paterson Field. The Class 6A series between Helena (26-14) and Hazel Green (30-12) plays game one at 7 p.m. Both series shift to Riverwalk Stadium Friday with 5A at 10 a.m., and 6A at 4 p.m. The third game in each series will follow 30 minutes later if needed.
    The Class 7A championship series opens Friday at 6 p.m. at Paterson Field with Hewitt-Trussville (32-9) facing Auburn (35-7). The 7A series close the AHSAA Championships Saturday at Riverwalk Stadium with game two at 10 a.m.
    All championship series games are being live-streamed over the NFHS Network.
The AHSAA Softball Championships is underway at Lagoon Park today through Saturday.


CLASS 3A STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 1: Mobile Christian 6, Lauderdale County 1

GAME 1: Mobile Christian 6, Lauderdale County 1

MONTGOMERY -- Mobile Christian senior Tyler Hoffman  pitched a three-hitter and struck out eight to lift the Leopards (28-9) to a 6-1 victory over Lauderdale County in game one of the AHSAA Class 3A State Baseball Championship Series Wednesday night at Paterson Field.
    Coach Talley Haines’ team takes the 1-0 advantage over the Tigers (22-15-1) into game two, which will start at 4 p.m. Thursday at Riverwalk Stadium. Game three, if needed, will begin 30 minutes after completion of game two.
    Classes 5A and 6A open their championship series at Paterson Field Thursday night with defending Class 5A state champion Russellville taking on Faith Academy at 4 p.m., and Helena meeting Hazel Green in  the 6A opener at 7. The two series will move to Riverwalk Stadium Friday.
    Hoffman (8-2) faced only 26 batters in notching eighth win of the season. Catcher Ethan Hearn  slugged a homer and  single to plate two runs and Sam Ladner had a triple and single and scored twice for Mobile Christian. Jeffry Griffin also had two hits and two RBIs.
    Lauderdale County, coached Corey Looney, scored its only run on an RBI single by Tanner Bayes in the fifth inning.  Starting pitcher Slayden Swanson (7-3) pitched six innings, scattered 10 hits and struck our seven in the loss.
    All championship series games are being live-streamed over the NFHS Network.
The AHSAA Softball Championships will continue at Lagoon Park Thursday morning with first games set for 9 a.m. The 56-team, seven-classification state tourney will conclude Saturday.

CLASS 1A STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 2: Sweet Water 8, Spring Garden 0

GAME 2: Sweet Water 8, Spring Garden 0

MONTGOMERY -- Defending state champion Sweet Water downed Spring Garden 8-0 in the opening game of the AHSAA Class 1A State Baseball Championship Series which got underway Wednesday night at Paterson Field.
    Coach John Gluschick’s Bulldogs (28-9) got a super performance from senior pitcher Jonah Smith (14-2). He hurled a two-hitter, walked none and struck out 10 to get the win. Austin Slayton went the distance for Coach Barrett Ragsdale’s Panthers (26-10) allowing 12 hits and striking out four.
    Sweet Water got two runs in each of the first two innings to take the lead for good. Smith slugged a double and two singles to drive in three runs for the Bulldogs. Braiden Broussard added two hits and two RBIs and Shamar Lewis had a single and two RBIs.
    Riley Austin and Luke Welsh each managed a hit for Spring Garden.
    The series moves to Riverwalk Stadium Thursday morning at 10 a.m. with game three, if needed, to follow 30 minutes after conclusion. The series is best 2-of-3.
     Mobile Christian (27-9) and Lauderdale County (22-14-1) squared off at 7 p.m. in the Class 3A series opener Wednesday night.
    All championship series games are being live-streamed over the NFHS Network.
The AHSAA Softball Championships will continue at Lagoon Park Thursday morning with first games set for 9 a.m. The 56-team, seven-classification state tourney will conclude Saturday.



CLASS 4A STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Andalusia Reb ounds to Sweep Games 2 & 3 to Claim First Championship

MONTGOMERY -- Andalusia rebounded from a 6-3 loss to Hokes Bluff in game one of the AHSAA Class 4A State Baseball Championship Series Tuesday night by sweeping the Eagles 2-1 and 10-6 at Riverwalk Stadium as the Bulldogs captured the school’s first-ever state baseball title.
     The loss Tuesday at Paterson Field snapped a 19-game winning streak. Coach Tyler Dent’s Bulldogs (30-5) started a new streak in game two, however, senior Ethan Wilson, the series MVP, tossing a three-hitter in the 2-1 win. Game three, however, became a matter of timely hitting.
    Tied at 3-3 in the top of the fourth inning, Gil Morgan’s double drove in the go-ahead run and Hogan Nichols singled in a run two came across thanks to wild pitches as the Bulldogs took a 7-3 lead.
    Coach Mike Robertson’s Eagles (28-8) cut the lead to 7-6 with three unconventional runs of their own in the bottom of the fifth -- coming on a bases-loaded walk to Caleb McGinnis, a hit-by-pitch by Peyton Moore and a sacrifice fly by Dylan Teague.
    Andalusia answered with a run in the sixth thanks to Nichols’ RBI single, and scored two in the seventh when Garrett Davis drilled a single to plate two runs.
  Starting pitcher Chip Morgan (3-1) pitched 4 1/3 innings to get the win with his brother Gill Morgan  shutting out Hokes Bluff over the final 2 2/3 innings  to notch the save. Weston Ball (1-1) got the loss in relief.
   The Eagles’ trip to the finals was the first since winning six state crowns in a row from 2003-08.

Game 2: Andalusia 2, Hokes Bluff 1
  
   Pitchers Ethan Wilson of Andalusia and Payton Lemons of Hokes Bluff battled it out in game two of the AHSAA Class 4A State Baseball Championship Series Wednesday afternoon to set up the third game of the best 2-of-3 series.
  Wilson (12-0), a senior left-hander, tossed a  complete-game three-hitter to notch the win. He walked three and struck out six -- battling back from an ankle injury in the third inning when he accidentally stepped on the catcher’s mask while covering behind the plate on a play.  He had his ankle taped, however, came back in with his ankle taped tightly and got out of a jam. He got stronger in the late innings to close out with the complete-game win.
    Lemons pitched six innings, allowed four hits, walked one and struck out seven.
    Andalusia (29-5), which had a 19-game winning streak snapped Tuesday night in a 6-3 lost to the Eagles (28-7) in game one at Paterson Field, posted both runs in the top of the third. Gil Morgan started the rally getting hit by a pitch. Wilson grounded into a force play with Morgan making the second out at second base. Wilson stole second, however, and scored on Garrett Davis’ double down the left field line. Davis then scored on on a wild pitch for what turned out to be the winning run.
    Hokes Bluff right fielder Jace Stewart turned in the defensive gem of the game in the bottom of the fourth when he threw out Will Clark at the plate trying to score on a single by J.W. Jones. Catcher Houston Edwards caught the ball just up the line and tagged Clark as he slide into home.


CLASS 4A STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 1: Hokes Bluff 6, Andalusia 3

GAME 1: Hokes Bluff 6, Andalusia 3

MONTGOMERY -- Left-hander Dylan Teague (11-3) hurled a six-hitter and struck out five to lead Hokes Bluff to a 6-3 win over Andalusia in game one of the AHSAA Class 4A State Baseball Championship Series which got underway Tuesday night at Paterson Field.
    Coach Mike Robertson’s Eagles (28-6), making their first state finals appearance since winning six state titles in a row from 2003-08, also got a big game at the plate from catcher Houston Edwards, who had two hits and two RBIs. Koby Addison added two hits and Weston Ball had a single, RBI and scored two runs.
     Teague walked just one and through just over 100 pitches for the night.
     Andalusia (28-5), which came into the series 8-0 in four playoff series, took an early 2-0 lead  with starting pitcher Jacob Cravey (10-1) driving in two runs with one hit. He went 4 1/3 innings, allowed seven hits and struck out five. It was his first loss of the season and Andalusia’s first setback since March..
     Chip Morgan also had two hits for Coach Tyler Dent’s Bulldogs. Garrett Davis also had an RBI single and Ethan Wilson (11-0), who is expected to pitch game two Wednesday, had one hit and one run scored.
    The series moves to Riverwalk Stadium Wednesday at 4 p.m. Game three, if needed, will follow completion of game two in the best 2-of-3 championship series.
    Defending state champion Sweet Water (27-9) and Spring Garden (26-9) open the Class 1A series Wednesday at Paterson Field at 4 p.m. Mobile Christian (27-9) and Lauderdale County (22-14-1) square off at 7 p.m. in the Class 3A series opener.
    All championship series games are being live-streamed over the NFHS Network.
The AHSAA Softball Championships also get underway at Lagoon Park Wednesday morning with first games set for 9 a.m. The 56-team, seven-classification state tourney will continue through Saturday.


CLASS 2A STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 2: G.W. Long 11, Mars Hill Bible 4

MONTGOMERY -- Starting pitcher Dylan Register (11-0) hurled 5 2/3 strong innings, allowed four hits and struck out six to lead G.W. Long (31-12) to an 11-4 victory over Mars Hill Bible (30-12) in game two of the AHSAA Class 2A State Baseball Championship Series and sealed a 2-0 sweep for the state  title.
    The state championship was No. 15 in the school’s history, most of any school in AHSAA baseball history, and also sealed Coach Drew Miller’s Rebels’ second straight crown. Long won the first game in a come-from-behind 7-6 win that took 11 innings Monday night.
   They came out cooking Tuesday morning at Riverwalk Stadium. Caison Long’s RBI single highlighted a four-run second inning as the Rebels took a 4-0 lead. Mars Hill, coached by Jay Mitchell, clawed back to 4-3 by the end of the third, but Long struck for two in the fourth and four more runs in the top of the fifth. 
    Jake Ogelsby doubled to start the fourth and scored on Register’s RBI single. He finished with two hits and two RBIs.  Oglesby also had two hits and scored twice. In the fifth, Kamryn Faria, who got the Monday night win in relief, walked to start the rally. Christian Collier’s two-run double sealed the win.
    Faria, who had three hits on Monday, was had a single and two walks to score two runs in Tuesday’s win. He finished 4-for-7 to earn MVP honors.
    The Panthers got two hits from Landon Moore, a double from Colt Smith and an RBI single from Peyton Higgins.
     Carson Dunlap closed out the final 1 2/3 innings for the Rebels allowing no hit and striking out one.
     Walker White (5-2) started and got the loss for Mars Hill. Mitchell used seven pitchers in the second game with Dustin Hayes hurling 1 2/3 innings allowing no runs, no hits and striking out two.
      Long won its state title in 1980. The 15 state titles are six more than any other school in the AHSAA.

CLASS 2A STATE BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES GAME 1: G.W. Long 7, Mars Hill Bible 6 (11 innings)

GAME 1: G.W. Long 7, Mars Hill Bible 6 (11 innings)iHillHillh

MONTGOMERY -- G.W. Long junior catcher Slade Simmons delivered a bases-loaded single to drive in Braeden Paramore in the bottom of the 11th inning to lift the Rebels (30-12) to a 7-6 victory over Mars Hill Bible (30-11) in the opening game of the AHSAA Class 2A Baseball Championship Series at Paterson Field Monday night.
   The two teams move to Riverwalk Stadium Tuesday for game two at 10 a.m. The best two-of-three series’ game three, if needed, will follow 30 minutes following should Mars Hill win game two.
   Game one was a tale of two games -- the first one almost won by the Panthers of Coach Jay Mitchell in regulation. Leading 6-4 in the bottom of the seventh, Mars Hill gave up two runs when Long’s Kamryn Faria delivered a bases-loaded single to plate two runs to tie the game.
    Mars Hill reliever Cade Parrish, who hurled 4  1/3 strong innings of relief, robbed Caison Long of a game-winning hit when he stabbed the left fielder’s hard-hit liner back up the middle for the third out.
    From that point on, both teams played exceptionally well as Parrish hurled three shutout innings for the Panthers and Faria, Coach Drew Miller’s fifth pitcher of the night, pitched the final 2 1/3 innings to get the win.
    Starting pitcher Matt Snell hurled 5 1/3 innings, allowed eight hits and struck out nine before leaving the game after reaching his pitch limit.  Mars Hill starter Colt Smith hurled six strong innings, struck out six and gave up six hits -- leaving the game with a two-run lead.
     The Rebels finished with 14 hits with Paramore, Dylan Register and Faria collecting three hits. Faria had a double and three RBIs.
    Sam Ragan had had three hits and an RBI, Brooks Thompson and Cade Parrish had two hits each for Mars Hill, which finished with 10 hits.
    The Class 4A series plays game one at Paterson Field Tuesday night at 6 p.m. Hokes Bluff takes on Andalusia. The NFHS Network is live-streaming all game of the AHSAA Baseball Championships and all finals of the AHSAA Softball Championships. Lagoon Park hosts the softball tournament Wednesday through Saturday.


2018 North-South Baseball All-Star Teams Announced for July’s All-Star Sports Week

   MONTGOMERY -- All-star squads for the 2018 All-Star Sports Week’s North-South boys’ baseball games have been selected.
     A total of 36 outstanding juniors--18 on each team--were chosen from nominations submitted by high school coaches from across the state to participate at the 22th annual AHSAA Summer Conference and AHSADCA All-Star Games competition in Montgomery July 17 -- 19, according to an announcement by Alvin Briggs, Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA).
     The North-South baseball doubleheader will be at Riverwalk Stadium on Tuesday, July 17, with the first game set for 4 p.m. The second game will following 30 minutes after its conclusion at approximately 6:30 p.m. 
     The AHSADCA All-Star Games also include in-state games in softball, boys’ and girls’ soccer, boys’ and girls’ basketball, volleyball, boys’ and girls’ cross country and football. The 59th North-South All-Star football game will close out the all-star competition Thursday night, July 19, at Cramton Bowl.
      The AHSAA Summer Conference is a week-long event that includes sports-specific clinics and special sessions for coaches, principals, athletic directors, cheerleading coaches and officials. Also, an All-Sports Equipment Expo and other related activities are scheduled throughout the week.
     Among the week’s highlights will be the Sportsmanship Luncheon honoring all schools that have not had an ejection or fine during the 2017-18 school year and the Championship Coaches Awards Banquet that includes the naming of the 2018 Making A Difference Award recipients, 2017-18 Coaches of the Year and the AHSADCA Athletic Director of the Year. Both banquets will be Friday, July 20.
      Concluding the week will be the annual Officials Awards luncheon set for Saturday, July 21.
      Coaches for the North Baseball All-Stars are Josh Hoyle of Corner High School and Chris Heaps of Russellville High School. Keith Lucky of Saint James is the administrative coach.
      Rob Carpenter of Thomasville and Nick Richardson of Opelika are the coaches for the South squad, and Trinity Presbyterian’s Ken Whittle is the administrative coach.
      In last year’s all-star competition, the North swept both games 9-3 and 3-2. The North holds a 22-11-1 advantage in the all-star competition, which began in 1997.

    The rosters:

 

 

 

2018 NORTH SOUTH BASEBALL

NORTH ALL-STAR TEAM

Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Cade Abernathy

Athens Bible

C

6'0

225

Robert Albright

Vincent

C

6'1

190

Blake Bennett

Haleyville

P/OF

6'2

190

Grayson Bray

Hartselle

P/SS

5'10

170

Zac Durham

Jasper

OF/P

6'1

190

Phillip Edwards

A. H. Parker

OF

5'10

205

William Hamiter

Northridge

SS

5'11

180

Jackson Kimbrell

Oak Mountain

P

6'1

185

Colton Lewis

Vestavia Hills

P/1B

5'10

185

John Marks, III

Mountain Brook

OF

5'11

165

Mason McCormack

Deshler

P/1B

6'1

200

Garrett McMillan

Hillcrest - Tuscaloosa

P/3B

6'3

230

Chandler Moon

Sheffield

IF

5'10

175

Christopher Spurgeon

Brooks

OF/P

6'2

170

Jon Dawson Tittle

Oakman

IF

5'10

175

John Turner

Oxford

P

6'3

220

Peyton Wilson

Hoover

IF/C

5'10

165

Trey Wright

Buckhorn

P

6'1

180

NORTH COACHES

Josh Hoyle

Corner

Chris Heaps

Russellville

Keith Lucky

Saint James - Admin.

SOUTH ALL-STAR TEAM

Player

School

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Chandler Best

McGill-Toolen

P

6'0

185

Kolbe Blunt

Davidson

OF/2B

5'10

185

Bob Bright, III

Trinity Presbyterian

C/P

6'3

180

Tyler Darby

Alma Bryant

P/SS

6'2

175

Ethan Hearn

Mobile Christian

C

6'0

195

Nate Hodge

Stanhope Elmore

C

6'1

200

Jake Holifield

St. Paul's Episcopal

1B/P

6'2

212

Nathan LaRue

McGill-Toolen

OF/P

6'3

203

Greyson Layton

Brantley

OF

6'2

200

Camden Lovrich

Trinity Presbyterian

OF/P

6'2

165

Hogan Nichols

Andalusia

C

6'0

200

Drew Nobles

Holtville

OF/P

6'3

190

Von Seibert

Spanish Fort

1B

6'3

220

Matthew Sherrill

Headland

OF/P

6'1

165

Matthew Snell

Long, G. W.

3B/P

6'1

195

Skipper Snypes

UMS-Wright

2B

6'0

173

Reece Solar

Alabama Christian

SS/2B

6'2

200

David Warren

Providence Christian

OF/P

6'1

175

SOUTH COACHES

Rob Carpenter

Thomasville

Nick Richardson

Opelika

Ken Whittle

Trinity Presbyterian - Admin.