Savannah Phillips threw a seven-hitter and St. James beat Alabama Christian 2-1 on Tuesday, the Trojans’ first win over the Eagles in six years.
St. James had lost 18 straight games, 10 via shutout, to the Eagles by a combined score of 141-24. This season, ACA had beaten the Trojans 6-2 and 3-2. St. James’ last win over the Eagles was 4-1 on March 12, 2009.
On Tuesday, Hannah Dailey hit an RBI double, went to third on an Emily Olsey single and scored on a wild pitch in the first inning to give the Trojans (2-10-1) a 2-0 lead.
ACA’s Lacey Spear gave up just two hits in five innings. Laura Nickolson knocked in a run in the bottom of the first for the Eagles, while Schylur Edwards finished with three hits.
St. James hosts Park Crossing today, while ACA (10-7-2) plays at Auburn on Thursday.
Prattville Christian 11, Holtville 1
PRATTVILLE – Kathryn Fallen and Shelby Burbage had two RBIs each for the Panthers (13-6). Melissa Townsend gave up an unearned run with seven strikeouts over four innings. Hayden Law worked a perfect fifth. PCA visits Central-Coosa at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Brantley 7, Kinston 0
BRANTLEY – Leanna Johnson struck out seven in a complete game and Kassidy Wilcox hit a three-run home run for the Bulldogs (11-4). Sydnee Bryan and Jessica Hermling had three hits each. Brantley plays at Pleasant Home on Thursday.
Trinity 18, Jeff Davis 8
Emily Stone knocked in five runs, while Mackenzie Avant and Hadley Hayes scored four times each for the Wildcats (6-4). Betsy Powell had three RBIs and Claudia Collins reached base four times. Trinity hosts Catholic at 4 p.m. Thursday.
Catholic 14, Brewbaker Tech 10
Carrie Besterling doubled twice and had three RBIs, while Aleigha Walden knocked in two runs for the Knights. Winning pitcher Michaelyn Foster scored three times.
Opp 10, T.R. Miller 1
OPP – Sara Ballard scored twice and Tori Reisnour had two RBIs for the Bobcats (6-3). Anna Harrelson struck out seven over five innings.
Macon-East 10-12, Evangel Christian 0-2
CECIL – The Knights (25-3) play today at Pike Liberal Arts.
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
Trinity 6, Charles Henderson 0
Trace Johnston and Parker Sasser had two RBIs each for the Wildcats (11-2). John Hall and five relievers combined on a four-hitter. Trinity hosts LAMP at 4 p.m. Thursday.
Autauga Academy 13-12, Hooper 3-2
PRATTVILLE – Josh Milliman totaled four RBIs to lead the Generals (20-3) over the Colts (11-12-1). Bryan Todd Seymore homered in the opener and was the winning pitcher in the nightcap.
In the opener, Tyler Dutton threw a five-inning six-hitter and struck out 10 for Autauga. Taylor Campbell had two RBIs and DJ Thomas homered for Hooper.
In the finale, Payton Cleveland had three RBIs for the Generals and Taylor Campbell took the loss. Autauga plays a doubleheader at Morgan Academy on Thursday. Hooper visits Cornerstone-Columbiana at 3:30 p.m. Friday.
Macon-East 11-16, Evangel Christian 1-1
CECIL – Hunter White totaled five RBIs for the Knights (16-6). Drew Baker and Seth Meadows were the winning pitchers. Will Graham had three RBIs. Macon-East hosts Evangel at 2:30 p.m. Thursday to begin a three-day tournament.
Tallassee 11, Horseshoe Bend 1
TALLASSEE – Brandon Baynes reached base four times and five Tallassee pitchers combined on a two-hitter. The Tigers (15-3) host Beauregard at 6 p.m. Friday.
Luverne 15, Central-Hayneville 5
MOSSES – Uriah Brown had two RBIs and stole three bases, while Kenterius Womack swiped four for the Tigers (9-1). Womack (2-0) gave up two earned runs in four innings. Luverne hosts Central on Thursday.
Edgewood 15-15, East Memorial 0-0
ELMORE – Zach Mozingo and Demarvin Perry each threw rout-shortened one-hitters for Edgewood (20-4). Jake Sisson had three RBIs and Keith Johnson and Kolton Atchley drove in two each in the opener. Matt Watters knocked in four runs and Zack Taylor two in the nightcap. Edgewood plays Friday in Monroe Academy’s tournament.
Sparta 10, Lowndes Academy 6
LOWNDESBORO – Waid Ryan homered and had three RBIs to lead Lowndes (6-7). Michael Scribner had three hits. The Rebels host Jackson Academy on Thursday.
G.W. Long 18, Opp 7
OPP – Cale Pierce scored one of the runs for Opp (9-7).
Jeff Davis 15-10, Montgomery Academy 2-5
On Monday, Elvin Lowe had four RBIs in the opener and Dezmone Livingston three in the nightcap for the Vols (8-3). Tariq Aaron threw a complete game in the opener and Bernard Davison five innings in the finale. JD hosts Thorsby at 4:30 p.m. today at Gateway.
St. James 10, Charles Henderson 0
Haley Jolly scored three goals for the Trojans (6-3). Carly Mattox, Tessa Evans, Sophia Kim, Maegan Akridge, Pernille Lyssand, Bea Richardson and India Bond also scored. St. James plays Catholic on Thursday.
Indian Springs 6, Prattville Christian 0
PRATTVILLE – PCA travels to Elmore County on Thursday.
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS TENNIS
LAMP 6, Park Crossing 3
Graci Gelabert, Savannah Snowden, Harmony Frye and Da Heo won in singles for LAMP, while Snowden/Frye and Heo/Kelly Kim won in doubles. For Park Crossing, Veronika Pytlikova and Hannah Patton won in singles and Pytilkova/Venessa Savic won in doubles.
Trinity 9, Catholic 0
Carolyn Albritton, Elizabeth Poundstone, Betsy Byrne, Savannah Elrod, Baker Jones and Mary Conley Teel won in singles. Albritton/Poundstone, Jones/Elrod and Parker Reynolds/Byrne won in doubles. Trinity faces BTW Magnet at O’Connor today.
Eastwood 5, Morgan Academy 2
Maggie Zaner, Elizabeth Anne Kocher and Corynne Vermillion won singles for the Warriors. Zaner/Kocher and Mary Phyfer Parker/Vermillion won doubles. Eastwood plays at Monroe Academy on March 31.
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS TENNIS
LAMP 3, Park Crossing 0
Inkyu Kim and Daniel Jung won in singles and KIm/Jaemin Kim won in doubles for the Golden Tigers.
Huntingdon 6-13, Agnes Scott 1-9
Daisha Henderson was 7-for-9 with three steals and three runs scored to lead the Hawks (9-9), who have swept three doubleheaders in three days. Katy Messick (5-4) threw a six-hitter with nine strikeouts in the opener. Ashley Johnson had three RBIs in the finale. Huntingdon plays at Maryville on Saturday.
AUM 8-4, Brenau 1-3
GAINESVILLE, Ga. – Katie Brinkman’s two-run double in the sixth inning of the nightcap gave the Warhawks (16-4, 6-0 SSAC) a sweep. Cassie Jones threw a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts in the opener. Jones (13-2) allowed a fifth-inning single and four walks. AUM hosts Mount Mercy for a doubleheader at 3 p.m. Monday.
Faulkner 5-10, Chaminade 2-6
HONOLULU – Kelsey Hartley homered, had three RBIs and scored three times in the finale for the Eagles (10-4). Mattie Dotson and Hayden Strickland were the winning pitchers. Faulkner plays Hawaii Pacific today.
Huntingdon 6, Rhodes 4
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The Hawks (14-6) scored three times in the seventh inning to beat Rhodes (17-4), the eighth-ranked team in NCAA Division III.
Gunnar Peters singled in Jordan Freeman with the tying run and Josh Hines bunted home Anthony Spivey to put Huntingdon ahead. Dakota Beane singled in Peters for a two-run lead.
Patrick Kucera gave up two hits over four shutout innings in his first appearance of the season. Beane finished with two RBIs.
The Hawks begin a three-game series at Averett on Friday.
Faulkner 10, Point 3
WEST POINT, Ga. – Cody Sos knocked in four runs to lead the Eagles (28-3) to their 10th straight win. Christian Torres (3-1) allowed one run on three hits in five innings for the win. Sos hit a two-run single in the three-run first and a two-run double in a three-run sixth. Faulkner begins a three-game home series with William Carey at 6 p.m. Friday.
South Alabama 9, Alabama State 2
MOBILE – Chris Biocic and Waldyvan Estrada knocked in runs for ASU (10-7), which had a five-game winning streak snapped. Austin Stephens gave up an unearned run over six innings for the Jags (13-8). ASU hosts Jacksonville State at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Auburn 6, UAB 4
BIRMINGHAM – Cody Nulph hit an RBI single and Blake Logan a sacrifice fly in the ninth inning to push the Tigers (14-7) over the Blazers. Justin Camp worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the ninth for Auburn, which hosts Vanderbilt for a three-game series starting Friday.
Alabama 8, Samford 6
HOOVER – Jake Walters struck out nine over five shutout innings and Mikey White had four RBIs for the Tide (12-7), which hosts Texas A&M on Friday.
— From staff reports
(Compiled by A. Stacy Long)