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Hartselle Enquirer

Priceville improves to 30-5, finishes area play undefeated

The Priceville Lady Bulldogs wrapped up an undefeated run in area play and improved to 30-5 overall with wins over West Morgan, Falkville, St. John Paul II and Fairview this past week.  

“We are happy to have performed well in the regular season area games, but it just means that we have earned the right to play at home for the area tournament,” Priceville head coach Matthew Morris said. “That will be helpful, but we still have to win the games that matter. We’ve won in the regular season before and not won in the tournament in the past, so we know what we have to do. We’re working on getting ourselves ready and being at our best when the area tournament rolls around.” 

Priceville 17, West Morgan 6 
Elizabeth Murphy homered and had three RBI in Priceville’s 17-6 area win over West Morgan. Kirsten Segars had three hits and two RBI, while Wrozlie Barnett had three hits and an RBI. Bentley Black had a home run and two RBI. Maddie Black picked up the win after working three innings, striking out one. 

Kylei Russell had two hits and four RBI for West Morgan. Jonie Weems had three hits, with a triple, and Chasity Rikard and Hannah Johnson had an RBI each. 

Priceville 15, Falkville 1 
Darby Thigpen homered, singled and had four RBI in Priceville’s 15-1 win over Falkville. Kelsey Green homered, doubled and had three RBI, while Katee King added a home run and three RBI. Segars added a home run, while Bentley Black doubled twice and had three RBI. Hope McClanahan had one RBI for Falkville. 

Priceville 9, St. John Paul II 3 
Bentley Black had two hits, with a home run, and three RBI in the Lady Bulldogs’ 9-3 win over St. John Paul II. Kelsey Green worked three innings to pick up the win, striking out two. 

Priceville 17, Fairview 0 
Elizabeth Murphy pitched two hitless innings to earn the win, striking out four to lead Priceville to a 17-0 win over Fairview. Barnett homered, singled and had three RBI, while Allie Denson added four hits and two RBI. Baxley Black added three hits and three RBI and Segars had two hits and three RBI. 

Brewer 8, Albertville 0 
Gracie Lawrence pitched a three-hit shutout while striking out five in Brewer’s 8-0 win over Albertville 8-0. Breia Rusk and Bronwyn Borden had one hit and three RBI, while Abby Summerford added a hit and two RBI.  

Helena 6, Brewer 1 
Borden had a solo home run for Brewer’s only run in their 6-1 loss to 6A No. 5 Helena. 

Brewer 8, Lawrence County 3 
Cheyenne Lucas had two hits, including a double and an RBI, to lead Brewer to an 8-3 win over Lawrence Co. Keylyn Stapler doubled, while Borden, Rusk, Alisha Knighten and Summerford added an RBI each. Lawrence pitched five innings to earn the win, allowing two earned runs on six hits. 

Helena 9, Brewer 0 
Lucas, Borden and Knighten each had a hit in Brewer’s 9-0 loss to Helena. 

Brewer 11, Arab 5 
The Lady Patriots won the regular season area championship with an 11-5 win over Arab. Marlee Jones and Borden each had two hits and three RBI. Lucas added two hits, including a double, and two RBI, while Stapler added an RBI. Lawrence pitched a complete game for the win. 

Brewer 8, East Limestone 6 
Brewer scored two runs in the top of the ninth inning and held on for an 8-6 area win over East Limestone. Rusk had two hits and four RBI, while Borden added a hit and two RBI. Lucas added an RBI, while Knighten had two hits. Lawrence picked up the win after pitching all nine innings, striking out four. 

Danville 7, J.B. Pennington 1 
Kirstyn Robinson had two hits and three RBI in Danville’s 7-1 win over Pennington at the Cullman Tournament. McKinley McCaghren pitched five innings to earn the win, allowing one run while striking out 11. 

Danville 4, West End 1 
Danville defeated Weast End 4-1 as Isabella Guest led the way with two hits and two RBI. Aubrey Reed had three hits, while Hannah Tillman added a hit and an RBI. Tillman pitched a complete game for the win, giving up one run with seven strikeouts. 

North Jackson 4, Danville 0 
Guest and Adily Alberti each had two hits in Danville’s 4-0 loss to North Jackson. 

Danville 4, Elkmont 2 
Hannah Tillman had two hits, including a home run and had two RBI in the Lady Hawks’ 4-2 win over Elkmont. Guest and Ella Kate Tidwell each had two hits, while Tillman pitched seven innings to pick up the win, allowing two runs while striking out four. 

 

Danville 18, Brindlee Mountain 1 
Tillman homered and had five RBI in Danville’s 18-1 area win over Brindless Mountain. Reed added two hits and three RBI, while Guest had two hits and an RBI. Alberti, Hallie Watson and Tamara Hutto each had a hit and two RBI. McCaghren pitched three innings to earn the win, allowing one run while striking out five. 

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