Brewton BR: Aggies sweep Vols in battle of undefeated Tuesday while Wildcats and Auburn split for first winsPublished 11:28am Wednesday, May 15, 2013
In Tuesday’s Brewton Babe Ruth baseball games, there was a battle the unbeaten in Brewton while there was a battle of the winless in East Brewton. When all was said and done, the Texas A&M Aggies stayed perfect on the year in Brewton after they swept the Tennessee Volunteers while the Kentucky Wildcats and Auburn Tigers split in East Brewton to pick up their first wins.
The Aggies improved to 6-0 this year to remain in first place in the league while the Volunteers fell to 4-2 and dropped to second place. The Wildcats and Tigers both improved to 1-5 this year as they remained tied for third place.
Texas A&M took down Tennessee 10-2 in game one and 8-2 in game two.
In East Brewton, Kentucky defeated Auburn 7-6 in game one while Auburn took game two by a score of 3-2. No stats or other information from the game was known as of press time.
Games are scheduled to resume Thursday both in Brewton and East Brewton at 5:30 p.m.
Auburn and Texas A&M are to play their doubleheader game at T.R. Miller Thursday while Kentucky and Tennessee will play at Johnson Park in East Brewton.
Game one: Aggies 10, Vols 2
In game one against the Aggies, the Vols made seven errors as they took a 10-2 loss,
Leading 3-0 after the third inning, the Aggies scored four runs in the fourth inning and added one in the fifth and two in the sixth while holding Tennessee to one run in the fourth and fifth innings.
For the Aggies, Drew Williamson was 3-for-4 with a double and one RBI while Jordan Williams was 2-for-4 and had one RBI. Jake Najor added two hits and Austin Holmes added a single and one RBI. Christian Alvarez added a hit in the win along with River Johnson and Lane Chavers. Ethan Bollenbacher had one RBI along with Chavers.
For the Vols of Tennessee, Jo Jo Booker, Caleb Winton, Jason Konsler and Troy Lewis all had hits while Christopher Gehman had two. Booker and Caleb Winton both had a double. Booker and Russell Smith had one RBI each.
Holmes earned the win on the mound while Alvarez and Williamson also pitched. Konsler and Smith pitched for the Vols with Konsler being the pitcher of record.
Game two: Aggies 8, Vols 2
Just like in game one, errors plagued Tennessee as they made six errors in an 8-2 loss.
The Aggies scored five runs in the third inning to help propel them to the win.
For Tennessee, Hunter Brittain and Konsler led with a double each. Konsler had two hits in the loss and one RBI.
For the Aggies, Tripp Floyd had a double and Chavers had a triple. Floyd had two hits in the win while Holmes, Chavers and Williams all had one each.
Floyd earned the win on the mound and Chavers also pitched. For Tennessee, Caleb Winton and Gehman pitched with Winton taking the loss.