E.A. Sports Today

Saturday roundup

Okins’ 71 leads White Plains to third-place finish at Twin Bridges; includes softball scores
By East Alabama Sports Today
Kenny Okins shot 71 and won a scorecard playoff for fourth individually leading the White Plains boys golf team to a third-place finish in the Twin Bridges Kickoff Classic.
The Wildcats shot 299 as a team and finished behind winner Hartselle (292) and Guntersville (296). They also counted 73 from Wesley Jenkins, 76 from Gage Miller and 79 from Andrew Miller. 
Oxford finished fifth, led by Jake Munroe’s 75 and Nic Boyd’s 76. White Plains’ second entry finished eighth, led by Sawyer Edwards’ 81.
Guntersville’s John Bruce defeated Paul Bruce on the second hole of sudden death to win medalist honors. They shot 66 in regulation.
Team scores:
Hartselle 292, Guntersville 296, White Plains No. 1 299, Westbrook Christian 322, Oxford 326, Arab 345, Southside 353, White Plains No. 2 357, Glencoe 364, Madison Academy 369, Etowah 388.
Individual leaders
John Bruce, Guntersville 66
Paul Bruce, Guntersville 66
Jackson Bowman, Westbrook 70
Kenny Okins, White Plains 71
Tristen Wisener, Hartselle 71
Ryley Heath, Hartselle 72
Wesley Jenkins, White Plains 73
Payton Bradley, Sacred Heart 73


Saturday’s scores
Auburn 12, Oxford 3
Clay Central 3, Ragland 1
Cleburne County 13, Coosa Christian 2
Cleburne County 2, Lincoln 1
Cleburne County 6, Ranburne 0
Cleburne County 3, White Plains 2
Jacksonville 6, Ranburne 1
Lincoln 19, Gadsden City 1
Maplesville 7, Weaver 3
Mortimer Jordan 7, Pleasant Valley 1
New Hope 8, Ohatchee 3
Oxford 12, Sardis 0
Pleasant Valley 1, Carbon Hill 1
Pleasant Valley 4, Cullman 0
Rogers 4, Pleasant Valley 0
Sylacauga 6, Saks 0
White Plains 3, Cleburne County 1
Woodland 12, Weaver 3
HANCEVILLE – Pleasant Valley went 1-2-1 and lost to Mortimer Jordan 7-1 in the silver bracket semifinals of the Wallace State tournament.
The Lady Raiders shut out Cullman 4-0 for its victory, tied Carbon Hill 1-1, and lost to Rogers 4-0.
Leah Patterson threw one-hitters in five-inning games with Cullman and Carbon Hill. She struck out 13 against Cullman and 11 against Carbon Hill. She also went 3-for-10 at the plate with a home run, double and two RBIs.
Bailey Harris went 4-for-10 with a homer and Ava Boozer went 4-for-9 with two doubles and two RBIs. Rylee Haynes, Madison Cromer and Chandler Dorsett all had three hits in the tournament.

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