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Pisgah and G.W. Long Move into 3A and 2A Finals with Early Wins Thursday

AHSAA State Softball Tourney at Lagoon Park

MONTGOMERY – Results from softball action in Thursday’s morning and early afternoon sessions are below. The late games, including champonships in 2A and 3A, will be added in a later update.

Game 12: Prattville Christian 2, Geneva 0
    Landyn McAnnally recorded the complete-game shutout in the elimination game. PCA scored both of its runs in the bottom of the fourth inning. Carolyn Carter doubled and later scored on an RBI-single by Mckenzie Montgomery. She also came home on a single by Paisley Wilson.

 Game 11: Pisgah 2, Wicksburg 0
    Leigha Kirby pitched a complete-game shutout for Pisgah to send the Eagles into the Class 3A finals. She scattered five hits and struck out five batters, while the Eagles plated single runs in the bottom of the first and fourth innings. Annie Hughes’ solo home run in the first inning would prove to be all the offense Pisgah would need. Kennedy Barron led off the fourth with a solo shot of her own to wrap up the scoring.
   Pitcher Emily Boin struck out nine batters for Wicksburg.

Game 9: Prattville Christian 12, Pleasant Valley 0 (5 innings)
     A 10-run third inning paved the way for Prattville Christian’s mercy-rule win. Eight players in the PCA lineup recorded at least one hit, including Callie McAnnally, Carolyn Carter and Paisley Wilson, who each went 2-for-3 at the plate. Landyn McAnnally pitched a five-hit shutout with 12 strikeouts.

Class 2A
Game 12: Hatton 11, Sand Rock 3
Hatton scored 11 runs off 15 hits to stay alive in the elimination brack. After a scoreless first inning, the Hornets score in the top of four of the next six frames.  Bradyn Mitchell was 3-for-4 with a pair of RBIs. Emma Latham homered and went 3-for-5 with three runs batted in. In the circle, Ashley Berryman went the distance, scattering six hits over seven innings with two strikeouts. EllaGrace Hood led Sand Rock with a 3-for-4 showing at the plate.

Game 11: G.W. Long 13, Collinsville 3 (6 innings)
G.W. Long exploded for 13 runs off 12 hits to advance to the state finals to face Hatton.
    Makenna Long drove in seven runs on a 2-for-4 showing, getting a three-run shot in the first inning and a grand slam in the sixth. Savannah
Wood also homered, driving in three runs with a blast in the bottom of the second inning. Emmaline Hughes and Hayden Hughes also added two hits each for the Rebels. Wood recorded the pitching victory getting six strikeouts on the day.

Game 1: Spain Park 4, Baker 2
    Spain Park scored three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to break a scoreless tie before holding off a late Baker rally. Consecutive walks by Annabelle Widra and Taylor Harrington led off the frame before Maddie Majors homered to center field.
     Widra, who also got the pitching win after striking out 11 batters, added an RBI-single in the sixth inning. In the top of the sixth, Krissy Hutchinson and Bailey Murphy each singled and scored for Baker.

Game 2: Auburn 5, Bob Jones 2
   Auburn broke a 2-2 tie with three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning. The Tigers opened the frame with four straight singles to score two runs. A sacrifice bunt by Taylor Goodwin added the last run. Chloe Daugherty was 3-for-3 with an RBI. Mackenzie Jordan, JayeEllen Davis and Daleya Scaife also added two hits each.
     Alexa Douthitt was 2-for-3 with an RBI to lead Bob Jones.

Game 3: Sparkman 10, Central-Phenix City 4
    Sparkman scored six runs in the bottom of the first inning and four in the seventh to get the win. The Senators sent 10 batters to the plate in the opening frame, getting five hits and taking advantage of four Central errors. T.J. Webster, Lily Calvert and Madisyn Filz each went 2-for-4 at the plate. Calvert also got the win in the circle after pitching all seven innings.

Game 4: Fairhope 2, Hewitt-Trussville 0
    Fairhope score both runs in the bottom of the second inning. Emma Kropp singled and later scored on an RBI-double by Alea Johnson. Johnson also scored on Claire Wagner’s RBI-single. Johnson also got the pitching win after striking out 11 batters. Hewitt out-hit Fairhope 10-3 but stranded 11 runners, included three times with the bases loaded.


Game 1: Rehobeth 7, Mortimer Jordan 0
Stephanie Schoonover struck out 17 and pitched a no-hitter for Rehobeth. The Rebels plated a single run in the top of the first inning before scoring three times each in the fourth and seventh frames. Sydney Pybus was 3-for-4 with an RBI to lead Rehobeth at the plate. Makayla Peters also went 2-for-4 and drove in a run.

Game 2: John Carroll 11, Sardis 1 (6 innings)
   John Carroll scored five runs in the bottom of the first inning and never looked back. The Cavaliers led 8-1 heading into the sixth before scoring three runs to evoke the mercy rule.
    A two-run home run by Kayla Coley-Drayton ended the game. She finished 2-for-4 at the plate with four RBIs. Claire Boone also drove in four runs, including a three-run home run in the first inning for the Cavaliers (28-8-1). Macey Ogle went 3-for-4 with an RBI at the plate and also got the pitching victory. An RBI-single by Harlee Vincent scored the lone run for Sardis.

Game 3: Ardmore 12, Shelby County 4
Nursing a 5-4 lead, Ardmore scored seven runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to take control. The Tigers took advantage of three hits, three walks and two Shelby County errors in the frame to grab a 12-4 lead. Eight different players had one hit each for Ardmore. Sydney Hall scattered six hits and struck out 12 to get the pitching win.

Game 4: Hayden 8, Satsuma 6
Hayden scored three times in the top of the seventh inning to rally for the win. After Olivia Armstrong’s RBI-triple with two outs tied the game, Isabelle Johnson homered to center field to provide the go-ahead runs. It was the second home run of the game for Johnson, who also had a solo blast in the second inning. Miah Simmons recorded the pitching win for the Wildcats. Satsuma was led by Sydney Sizemore’s 3-for-3 showing at the plate.


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