E.A. Sports Today

Saturday spring roundup

Jacksonville baseball sweeps pair, Lincoln softball splits, Weaver softball splits

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By East Alabama Sports Today

JACKSONVILLE – Colton Clark drove in three runs with two hits and Colin Casey pitched a complete-game three-hitter with 11 strikeouts as Jacksonville beat Westbrook Christian 4-1 Saturday to complete a two-game sweep of the day.

The Golden Eagles beat Cedar Bluff 12-7 in their first game.

Clark had a two-run single in the second inning and an RBI single in the sixth. Casey gave up two doubles and a single, an unearned run in the sixth inning and walked two.

Blake Morris drove in the Golden Eagles’ first run with a first-inning single and had two hits.

Clark also had two hits in the error-filled opener and Evan Shook drove in two runs.

Other games
Oxford 12, Hazel Green 1
Huntsville 8, Oxford 7

SOFTBALL: Ohatchee, Leeds Tournaments

LEEDS – Lincoln split its two games in the Leeds Green Wave Classic.

The Lady Bears took down Etowah 6-1, then after a long wait, struggled to get loose and lost to Pinson Valley 6-2.

Lincoln made two of its three errors in the first inning against Pinson Valley and it opened the door to four runs from which the Lady Bears never recovered. They scored both their runs in the fifth.

Carlee Mullinax had two hits in the game for Lincoln.

In the Etowah game, Mullinax staked the Lady Bears to a 3-0 lead with a three-run homer in the first inning. Mullinax, Christavia Curry and Kamryn Beasley all had two hits for them. Curry pitched a complete game, giving up two hits, an earned run and striking out two in five innings.

SOFTBALL: Weaver splits four games

Weaver went 2-2 in the Ohatchee Tournament, beating Gaston (6-3) and Appalachian (14-0), while falling to Ragland (5-3) and Ohatchee (9-3)

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