FCA Jason Armstrong Tourney recaps
Here are the recaps from the FCA Jason Armstrong Memorial Tournament.
Trinity 15, Andalusia 5 (5 inn.)
Stephen Vosel hit a three-run home run and three others enjoyed a two-hit game for the Wildcats (5-4). Josh Teel, Cam Ransburgh and Weston Epperson each had two hits and two runs driven in. Josh Watkins (2-0) was the winning pitcher.
St. James 15, R.E. Lee 5 (5 inn.)
John Slayton and Chase Eley each had two hits while Daniel Hubbard added two hits and two runs driven in for the Trojans (5-5). Slayton had four RBIs while Eley had three.
Alabama Christian 8, Andalusia 1
Chase Davis struck out 10 and allowed just three hits in the Eagles’ ninth win of the season. He added two runs driven in along with Wil Mathews.
Reggie Golden added to his home run total with his ninth of the season in the win over MA. He had two hits and two runs driven in while Clint Martin had two hits and an RBI. Bryan Headley was the winning pitcher, going all seven innings. He struck out five.
Brantley 6, Marbury 5
Opp 12, Jeff Davis 2
Montgomery Catholic 6, Opp 3
No statistical information is available for these games.
Montgomery Catholic 12, R.E. Lee 7
Trailing by a run in the seventh, the Knights (6-4) scored seven runs for a come-from-behind win over the Generals at Riverwalk Stadium.
Jake Clark scored Trey Smith with a bunt to tie the game at 7. Adam Pouncey then scored the go-ahead run. He finished 3-for-4 with three RBIs and two runs scored.
Steven Esmont two hits, two RBIs and two runs scored while Josh Clark was 2-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs for the Knights.
Cody Ellis had four hits including a triple, two RBIs and three runs scored for Lee (4-5). Josh Davis added a solo home run.
Trinity 7, Opp 1
Cam Ransburgh picked up the win and added two hits and an RBI in the Wildcats’ victory. He pitched a complete game six hitter. He struck out 12 and walked two.
Wes Epperson added three hits for Trinity (4-4). Josh Dunn had three hits for Opp.
St. James 10, Andalusia 2
Chase Eley pitched six strong innings and added two doubles at the plate to lead the Trojans (4-5). John Slayton was a perfect 4-for-4 with three doubles and three runs driven in.
Brew Tech 7, Marbury 3
Alphonso Lewis pitched six scoreless innings and the Rams scored in each inning but the fourth to roll to an easy victory.
Lewis also added three hits with two doubles and three runs driven in. Baxter Reeves had three hits with two RBIs. Jesse Murphy had two hits for Marbury.
Alabama Christian 8, Montgomery Academy 2
The Eagles stayed perfect (8-0) with an easy victory over MA. Dillon Patterson had three hits, a run and two RBIs while Jordan Creel had three hits, three runs and a RBI. Chase Forest picked up the win, going the distance. He struck out nine and scattered five hits.
MA was led by Jonathan Barrington, who had a solo home run.
LAMP 9, Brantley 6
Freshman Jalen Spraggins had three hits and drove in three to help the Golden Tigers to their eighth win of the season. Miller Norman was the winning pitcher and Parker Ivey earned his third save of the year.
Wetumpka 13, Trinity 10
The Indians improved to 7-1 with the win over the Wildcats. No other statistical information is available at this time.
The Golden Tigers pounded out eight hits and nine runs in the first inning on the way to a victory over the Volunteers on Wednesday. Five players had multiple hits including Anthony Todd with two hits, two runs and an RBI; Austin White had three hits, two runs and three RBIs; Richard Deloney had three hits, three runs and two runs driven in; Jay Taylor had two hits, two runs and two RBIs; Jalen Spraggins had two hits, three runs and an RBI.
William Brooks was the winning pitcher with three scoreless innings of relief. He struck out four and allowed one hit. LAMP scored 9 runs in top of first to set the stage.
LAMP pitchers Parker Ivey, Bryan Young and Brooks combined to give up only three hits.
Robert E. Lee 4, Marbury 2
J.R. Harmon and Josh Davis had the key runs driven in for the Generals (4-4). Harmon had two hits in the game.
Jess Skaggs was the winning pitcher.
Brewbaker Tech 3, Catholic 2 (8 inn.)
Baxter Reeves broke a 2-2 tie with a single drive in Andrew Calhoun for the winning run for the Rams.
Brew Tech improves to 5-2 while Catholic falls to 5-4.
Wetumpka 8, St. James 5
No statistical information is available at this time.
LAMP 4, St. James 3
LAMP (6-3) came from behind in the bottom of the seventh with two runs to beat St. James.
Scott NeSmith drove in Anthony Todd and Miller Norman for the game-winning RBIs. Austin White got the win with 1 inning of relief for starter Richard Deloney who gave up only three hits in six innings.
Jay Taylor had three hits for LAMP. Matt Dean had two hits for St. James.
Brew Tech 9, Trinity 4
Hunter Brooks (2-0) pitched five-plus innings and slammed a home run while Paul Telehany had three hits and four stolen bases to lead the Rams to the win.
Baxter Reeves, Hunter Calhoun and Ben Taylor each had two hits for Brew Tech (4-2).
Montgomery Catholic 9, Jeff Davis 4
Trey Smith and Josh Clark each had two hits and Anthony Costa pitched five-plus innings to lead the Knights to the win. Smith had three runs driven in.
Jake Clark picked up the save for Catholic. JaDerian Baders hit a home run and had three RBIs for Jeff Davis (0-8). Anthony Durant added three hits. Xavier Cunningham had two hits and was the losing pitcher.
Catholic (5-3) plays Brew Tech at 5:30 p.m. at Paterson Field, while Jeff Davis faces LAMP at 5 p.m. at Riverwalk Stadium.
Montgomery Academy 10, R.E. Lee 0
J.J. Sewell homered and drove in three runs while Ethan Wilkinson also drove in three runs in the Eagles shutout of Lee (3-4). Will Davis gave up just three hits in 5 1/3 innings of work and added two RBIs.
Alabama Christian 8, Marbury 4
Chase Davis homered as part of a two-hit game. He also drove in two to lead the Eagles to their seventh win of the season, Will Matthews had two hits and two runs driven in while and Dillon Patterson had two hits and scored twice.
ACA (7-0) will play Montgomery Academy on Thursday while Marbury plays Lee at 3:30 today at Paterson Field.