St. James 13, Park Crossing 11

St. James scored eight runs in the top of the fifth inning to defeat Park Crossing in an offensive battle on Tuesday.

Zac Russell tallied three RBIs for the Trojans while Carson Howard, Brock Woodham and Jake Prickett had two RBIs each.

Xavier Whatley had four RBIs and Grant Dubose had two triples and a pair of RBIs for the Thunderbirds.

Jackson Howard got the win in relief and Brock Woodham got the save for St James (17-7), which plays host to Southside-Selma in an area battle on Thursday.

Wetumpka 10, Alabama Christian 7

Wetumpka scored three runs in the top of the seventh to break a 7-7 tie and defeat Alabama Christian at the AUM Baseball Complex on Tuesday afternoon.

Seth Johnson had three RBI doubles for the Indians, driving in runs in the first, second and seventh innings. His double in the seventh plated the second run of the inning after Dylan Shipley led off with a single, stole second and scored on an error. Johnson drove in Samuel Jones, then scored on a sacrifice fly by Robert Morrison.

Wetumpka had taken a 5-0 lead before Grant Weedon cut into the lead with a three-run home run in the bottom of the second. The Indians added two more runs before ACA tied the game with a four-run fifth. One-out singles by Zac Westbrook, Reece Solar and Jackson Duke scored a pair of runs off of errors. After a two-out walk to Trey Schlemmer, Dalton Mesaris followed with a two-run single to tie the game.

Jones, Cody Amerson and William Johnson all had two hits for Wetumpka, along with Jackson Duke of ACA.

Shipley picked up the win in relief of William Johnston, with Kyle Johnston earning the save with two scoreless innings of relief in the sixth and seventh.

Taylor Hackett started the game for the Eagles, followed by two innings of relief by Greyson Gray. Copeland Hilyer, who pitched the final three innings, took the loss.

ACA travels to Paterson Field to play LAMP on Thursday in a crucial area series before returning home to host the Tigers in a doubleheader on Friday to complete the best-of-three series.


Trinity 11, Brewbaker Tech 1

Mary Davis Bricken, Katherine Warren and Mary Alice Sasser each scored a pair of goals as Trinity coasted to an easy victory over Brew Tech to remain unbeaten in area play at 6-0.

Adding goals for the Wildcats were Lily Schroll, Rebecca Herndon, Liz Portis, Miller Williams and Katherine Moore.

Trinity will host Montgomery Academy on Thursday.

Prattville Christian 4, Wetumpka 0

WETUMPKA -- Jenna Brooke Warlick, Amber Gay, Lydia Brackins, and Emily Branch each scored a goal as the Panthers defeated the Indians on Tuesday night. Elle Tice had an assist and CoCo Thomas recorded her sixth shutout of the season.

PCA (5-2-2) will host Jasper on Friday.

In junior varsity boys action, PCA edged the Indians 4-3 as Jake Davis had a goal and two assists, Matthew Lisle had a pair of goals and Chase Gay scored a goal. Carson Roberson and Trey Barkley each added one assist to help PCA improve to 5-1.