WSN Baseball Undefeated
The 11-0 W.S. Neal Blue Eagles remain undefeated as they played a home area game defeating the Monroe County Tigers Friday. The Eagles played two games against the Tigers winning game one 19-0 and game two 18-1.
The Eagles had an excellent night being in control and playing at their pace from start to finish. “We was focused and our kids did the little things that gave us an opportunity to get the other kids in the game,” head coach Coy Campbell said.
The Eagles jumped to a 6-0 lead in the first inning to the help of some great offensive players. The Eagles continued to push their lead by scoring two points in the second inning. They outscored the Tigers 9-0 in the third and just cruised the rest of the way for the win.
Connor Moye had a great game with three appearances at bat, had three runs, two hits, one run batted in and two doubles. Jacobey Hawthorne had a great game, as well, with three appearances at bat, two runs and two stolen bases. Campbell said, “Moye had a good hitting series hitting two homeruns and Hawthorne and Aaron Bosarge threw well in the outings. Which will be key for us moving forward.”
Kristian Taylor had four appearances at bat, one run, one double, one hit and one run batted in. Matt Hutchins had three plate appearances, two runs, one double and one hit. Hunter Revel had three plate appearances, one hit, two runs and three run batted in. “We had a good start last week winning three area games. Our kids played well responding and doing what they needed to do,” Campbell said.
The Eagles combined for 38 plate appearances, 24 at bats, 18 runs, seven hits, 11 runs batted in, four doubles and two homeruns.
The Eagles also played Monroe County Thursday defeating them 15-1. The Eagles were also successful in defeating Pleasant Home Monday 13-0. “We have five games this week along with area games against Atmore Thursday and Friday. If successful, we will be area champs,” Campbell said.
The Eagles schedule for this week:
- 12 at Flomaton/ JV at 4 and varsity at 6 p.m.
- 13 at Jay/ JV at 4 and varsity at 6 p.m.
- 15 home against Escambia County/ 4 p.m. (area)
- 16 at Escambia County in Atmore/ 4 p.m. (area)