WSN sweeps Monroe, falls to Saint James

Published 8:32 am Wednesday, March 16, 2011

In their most recent stretch of four games, the W.S. Neal Eagle baseball team went 2-2 to see their overall record go to 7-3.
The varsity Eagles swept an area doubleheader with Monroe County winning 11-3 and 14-0, but lost a doubleheader in Montgomery Monday at Saint James losing 14-4 and 8-7.

WSN 11, Monroe County 3
The Eagles of East Brewton used a big six inning to claim an 11-3 win over Monroe County.
After trailing 1-0 in the second inning, W.S. Neal scored seven runs in the sixth inning and added four in the seventh to take an 11-1 lead. Monroe County scored two in the seventh to cut the Eagle lead to 11-3, but W.S. Neal was able to hang on for the eight-run win.
Dylan Godwin earned the win on the mound to improve his record to 3-0. Godwin pitched seven innings allowing three hits and struck out six.
At the plate for W.S. Neal, Reid Johnson was 2-for-3 with one RBI and Brian Settle was 2-for-3. Godwin was 1-for-3 with a three-run homerun in the seventh inning.

WSN 14, Monroe County 0
In game two, W.S. Neal scored in every inning, but the second and sixth innings while holding the Tigers scoreless to get a 14-0 win.
W.S. Neal scored one in the first, three in third, two in the fourth and fifth, and six runs in the seventh to get the win.
Brian Settle pitched four innings for the Eagles striking out six and allowing no hits and no walks.
Cam Blackman pitched two innings striking out three and allowing one hit. Tyler Joyner pitched one inning and struck out the side.
At the plate for the Eagles, Hunter Mullins was 3-for-4 and Monterius Culliver was 2-for-4 with one RBI.
Bradley Brown was 2-for-2 with two RBIs and Keith Bradley was 1-for-1 with one RBI.

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St. James 14, WSN 4
In game one against Saint James, a 3-0 lead for the Eagles after the fourth inning, turned into a 14-4, 10-run loss.
St. James scored six runs in the fifth and sixth inning to take a 12-4 lead over W.S. Neal and added two in the seventh. In game two, W.S. Neal lost 8-7. No other stats were known.