HHS JV sweeps Decatur to stay unbeatenPublished 11:43am Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Hartselle’s JV team throttled Decatur in a doubleheader 11-0, 11-0 Tuesday to stay unbeaten.
In the first game, Austin Parker and Collin Blackwood added two hits each. Parker had three RBIs while Blackwood had two RBIs.
Jaxon Peebles, Heath Grimes, Jack Hundley, Jake Chaney, Trent Sivley and Brady Netherton had one hit each.
Netherton earned the win with four strikeouts in two innings. Lowe had two strikeouts.
In game two, Netherton led the way with a 4-for-4 outing with two runs and one RBIs. Lane Anders had a 3-for-4 effort with four RBIs. Chaney had a single, a double, two runs scored and two RBIs.
Parker added two more hits while Peebles and Caleb Myers had hits.
Austin Teague earned the win, scattering two hits with one walk and one strikeout. Scout Alexander, Ben Kimbrough, Will Foote and Sively each pitched hitless innings.
Hartselle 13, Grissom 2
Netherton went 3-for-3 with three runs scored and one RBI to lead Hartselle against Grissom.
Foote, Chaney and Myers each had two hits while Peebles, Parker, Blackwood and Hundley had hits.
Alexander earned the win, scattering two hits with three strikeouts. Starter Austin Teague also had two strikeouts.
Hartselle 10, Cullman 3
Anders and Blackwood had three hits and one RBI each to lead the Tigers past Cullman Feb. 22.
Peebles, Matt James, Parker, Foote, Chaney, Myers and Netherton added hits.
Kimbrough earned the win with six strikeouts in four innings. Parker had four strikeouts in three innings.
Hartselle 10, 8, Grissom 2-0
Netherton had three of Hartselle’s seven hits to lead the Tigers in game one Feb. 17.
Myers was 2-for-2 with two RBIs and two runs scored. Foote and Chaney had the other two hits.
Kimbrough got the win with two hitless innings. Alexander had two strikeouts and Sivley pitched a perfect inning. Teague gave up two unearned runs on two hits.
In game two, James, Parker, Chaney, Sivley and Netherton had hits in the two-ininng game. Netherton had five strikeouts.