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Dothan sweeps JDCC baseball Saturday

Published 10:05am Monday, April 28, 2014

From staff reports

Playing their final two conference games of the season Saturday in Dothan against Wallace State, the Jefferson Davis Community College Warhawk baseball team was swept. JDCC lost game one 12-6 and suffered a 6-2 loss in game two to end their conference season with a 16-14 record. JDCC’s overall record fell to 21-21.
In game one, with JDCC leading 4-0 after two innings, the Warhawks were outscored 12-2 the remainder of the game to take the six-run loss.
Wallace held JDCC to two more runs in the ninth inning while scoring five of their own in the fourth inning, four in the fifth and one each in the sixth, seventh and eighth innings.
Garrett Davis, Jacob Fillmore and Mitchell Peterson all pitched for the Warhawks with Davis being the pitcher of record.
The trio went eight innings and allowed 10 hits, 12 runs, five earned, walked five, struck out two and hit one batter.
John-Mark Cosby had one hit and one RBI while Logan Hill and Alex Jones had one hit each.
Brandon Davis had two hits with one being a double. Davis had two RBIs in the loss.
Hunter Myrick, Tanner Zant and Greg Ciangiotto all had one hit each with Myrick having one RBI.
In game two, Wallace Dothan broke a 2-all tie in the fourth inning with four runs to grab a 6-2 win over JDCC and get the sweep. Dothan led JDCC 2-1 after one inning before JDCC tied the game up at 2-all in the third inning.
Nick Helton and Tyler Henry pitched in the loss with Helton being the pitcher of record. Helton and Henry combined to go six innings and allowed seven hits, six earned run, walked none, hit three and struck out two.
Myrick had one hit while Cosby had two hits in the loss. Hill, Jones, Dake Rivers and Brandon Goins all had hits with Jones adding one RBI.

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