Flomaton rolls to championship

Published 4:19 pm Monday, June 1, 2009

By By Adam Robinson
sports editor

The Flomaton Hurricanes claimed the city tournament championship Friday afternoon in Brewton with a 12-0 win over the Brewton Cubs.
Conner White and Hannah Fillmore combined to pitch a three-hit shutout for the Hurricanes to claim the championship.
Flomaton led 2-0 after the first and scored four runs in the second inning to extend their lead to 6-0.
The ’Canes then scored three runs in each of the third and fifth innings to claim the win.
Drew Williamson, Daniel Blair and Jordan Williams had the lone three hits for the Cubs, and Williamson took the loss on the mound.
Hayden Hammond was 2-for-3 for the ’Canes with an inside-the-park homerun and White was 1-for-2.
Fillmore was 1-for-4 and Logan Hendrix was 1-for-3.
Hunter White was 1-for-3 and Riley Hammon was 1-for-2.
The Cubs earned their way to the 9-10 championship game by pounding out 14 hits and allowing just three.
Drew Williamson had four of his team’s hits, including an inside-the-park home run and a double. Jordan Williamson had three hits of his own, which also included an inside-the-park homer and a pair of singles.
Cameron Pope contributed a pair of hits, while Nash Diercks, Preston Townsend, Daniel Blair, Matthew Bradford and Sam Terry each had a single apiece.
Williamson, while getting those three hits, got the win on the mound with a dominating performance in 3 and two-thirds innings. In his time on the hill, Williamson gave up just a pair of hits, while striking out nine.
Flomaton staked its claim to the 9-10 title by stifling the Reds’ offense and allowing just two hits, one to Hunter Brittain and the other to Kristian Smith.
While holding the Reds to just a couple hits the Flomaton team jumped out to a 4-run first inning and never looked back. Timely hitting, which included four first-inning hits and a Reds’ error led to the early lead.
The Reds jumped out front early in the game and never looked back in whipping Flomaton in the opening round of the tournament. Offensively, the Reds made the most of their six hits with three of those coming off the bat of Hunter Brittain, who also scored two runs.
Kristian Smith added a double and two runs scored, while Baylen Parker and Andrew Etheridge each contributed hit as well.
Garrett Salter got the win on the mound, allowing just one hit in his two innings of work and striking out five.
CUBS 11, EB A’S 3
Behind a masterful one-two punch on the mound from Drew Williamson and Jordan Williams, and the same duo leading the offense, the Cubs won handily in their opening game of the tournament.
Williams had a pair of hits, with one being a triple, while Williamson added a pair of singles.
In addition, Williamson got the win on the mound with a one-hit, four-strikeout performance in just over an inning of play.
Williams came in for 2 and two-thirds innings to finish it up by allowing no hits and striking out six.
Preston Townsend, Daniel Blair and Matthew Bradford each contributed hits in the win.
In a game that featured only two total hits and 21 walks, the East Brewton Red Sox overcame the Brewton Red Sox in the rain-soaked first round of the tournament.
East Brewton made the most of its opportunities, using an 8-run second inning to win the game.
After a strikeout to start the inning, an infield error that would have provided the second out gave East Brewton a runner on first. Seven straight walks following that error allowed the eventual winners to take the upper hand and go on to win the game.
Connor Huskey had the only hit for the winners, while Lane Clark led the Brewton Red Sox with their only hit, a single.
Caleb Winton starred defensively at catcher for the Brewton Red Sox, throwing out two would-be base stealers at second and retrieving a wild pitch and tagging the runner out trying to steal home.

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