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Dunlap raps six hits in 2-game sweep over rival
Dunlap raps six hits in 2-game sweep over rival

From Staff Reports

Hartselle scored a pair of wins over Brewer, whipping the Patriots 14-1 and 14-0 in baseball action Tuesday.

In the first inning of the first game, Hartselle scored nine runs as four Hartselle players had two hits each.

Quinn Dunlap, Luke Bole and Tony Weaver each went 2-for-2, while Will Chappell was 2-for-3. Dunlap, Bole and Tyler Young each scored two runs. Jordan Garrison, Chappell and Bole each drove in two runs.

Chappell had a double.

J.C. Bates pitched the first two innings, while Ethan Widener went the last three in the five-inning game that was cut short because of the mercy rule.

In the second game, Chad Girodo (two innings), Bole (two innings) and Ryder Brasher (one inning) combined to shut out Brewer.

Dunlap was 4-for-5 with three doubles, four RBIs and three runs.

Brasher scored four runs, while Chappell scored twice. Weaver, Chappell and Girodo each drove in two runs.

Hartselle is 22-15 on the season and is ranked sixth in Class 5A.


Central-Florence 6, East Limestone 5: Carly Rhodes clubbed a double and single and two RBIs Tuesday night.

Cassandra McKinney had two singles and one RBI while Jyssica Pepper had two singles.

Other Lady Indians contributing were Morgan Franks with a double and RBI, Kayla Sneed with a single and RBI. Chelsea Turner, Staci Johnson and Danielle Holder each had singles.

East Limestone will host Area 14 rival Ardmore on Thursday.


Bob Jones boys 5, Austin 4: The Black Bears (5-6) came one win away from moving their record above .500, but lost in three of the six singles matches and two of the three doubles matches.

In singles, No. 1 Alex Worley defeated Varum Sarapaeni 6-3, 4-6, 10-6 while No. 2 Kyle Smith took down Ian dial 10-6. Also, Taylor Collins picked up a singles win by beating Nick Morris 10-7.

In doubles, the tandem of Smith and Worley won Austin's lone team match, beating Sarapaeni and Dial 6-3, 6-7, 10-7.

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