4. Justin Collier pitched four strong innings in relief as Baker rallied to beat Alma Bryant 6-5 in Game 3 of their Class 6A second-round series. He allowed a run on no hits. He walked a batter and hit a batter but retired the last seven men he faced.
3. For the second playoff series in a row, Jesse McCord set the pace for top-ranked Spanish Fort. McCord (9-1) pitched seven innings in Game 1, allowing just two hits and striking out nine. He walked four as the Toros beat St. Paul’s 5-1 and went on to sweep the Saints.
2. Connor McVay hit a bases-loaded double in the top of the seventh inning as Mobile Christian rallied to beat Leroy 5-2 in Game 3 of their Class 2A playoff series.
1. Leighton Lary and Luke Phillips combined for a no-hitter as No. 1 St. Luke’s completed a sweep of Fruitdale with a 12-0 win in Game 2 of their Class 1A playoff series. Lary (9-2) got the victory, working four scoreless innings with one walk and two strikeouts. Phillips came on to pitch the final two innings, walking no batters and striking out five. Phillips also hit a solo home run to lead off the game.
ON THE HONOR ROLL: Alazae Lynn, Alma Bryant; Allen Haynes, Alma Bryant; Tyler Atchison, Baker; Nick Franzone, Baker; Brian Lane, Spanish Fort; Dylan Alford, Spanish Fort; Gunner Hendrix, Spanish Fort; Hunter Avery, Mobile Christian; Daniel Dees, Leroy; Jacob Sullivan, Leroy; Brandon Cook, St. Luke’s; Danny Haskell, St. Luke’s.
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