SIPSEY VALLEY 1, CHILDERSBURG 0
The Childersburg Tigers fell for the first time this season in a hard-fought game.
Alex Bentley pitched six strong innings, striking out five while allowing just two hits. He allowed the lone run of the game during the fourth inning.
Reeves Brashear got on base twice, Trevor Bates had a hit and a stolen base, and Peyton Logan had a hit.
Childersburg is now 2-1 on the season and play two games today at Montevallo. They face Calera at 4:30 p.m. and Montevallo at 6:30 p.m.
B.B. COMER 12, TC CENTRAL 0
The Comer Tigers scored nine runs in the first three innings to fuel a win at Wyatt Field.
Dylan McClure brought in the first run with a sac fly in the first inning. In the second inning, Cory Harris had an RBI single.
Tyler Holmes got on base twice, including a triple in the third inning.
Triston Sims allowed no earned runs in three innings of work while striking out five and walking two batters.
Comer closer Zack Dobbs recorded the final three outs for the save.
The Tigers scored seven runs in the third inning with Jordan Mathews scoring the first run of the inning.
The team added three more runs in the bottom of the fourth inning. A wild pitch scored Triston Sims to put the first run of the inning on the scoreboard.
Comer is now 1-1 and will next play Fayetteville in the Talladega County Tournament Monday in Sylacauga at 6:30.
WINTERBORO 9, FAITH 5
Winterboro has opened the season 2-0.
Brady Wideman got the win on the mound against Faith Christian. Colby Wheeler got the save. The Bulldogs got up 9-0 and held on for the win.
Brady Wideman led the way at the plate with three hits. Andrew Pitts and Desmick Walker each had two hits. Jonathan Harris, Dylan Player, Luke Wheeler, and Kenyatta Brown each had one hit.
Wideman also earned a win in relief for Colby Wheeler in the team’s 8-6 win against Donoho.
Harris had two hits and Wideman, Pitts, Wheeler, and Ni’Jay Brown each had one hit.
FAYETTEVILLE 9, VINCENT 1
Haydn Hughes had another strong outing in the pitcher’s circle with a complete game while allowing three hits, four walks and striking out three batters.
The team had another solid defensive performance, recording 15 putouts out of 17 putout opportunities.
Brittany Snyder did a great job in handling duties at shortstop, Kayla Sherbert turned two double plays at second base, Megan Talton had performed well at first base, and Peyton Dennis caught several runners off base while handling duties behind the plate.
The game was tied 1-1 in the bottom of the fifth inning, when Fayetteville broke the game open by scoring eight runs.
Amber Harris went 2-for-3, Hailey Haynes and Brittany Snyder each went 2-for-4 and Peyton Dennis had a hit.
With the win, the team moved to 2-0 on the season.