Baseball Roundup

Published 9:13 am Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Mt. Hermon swept in doubleheader by Archbishop Hannan

Mt. Hermon lost both ends of a doubleheader to Archbishop Hannan, 15-5 and 14-2, Thursday at Coquille Sports and Recreation.

Both games were five innings.

The Yellow Jackets finished with nine hits in the opener.

Trey Roberts and Gerald Bunch had two hits each. Roberts drove in two runs and scored once.

One of Bunch’s hits was a double.

Jesse Pouncey, Davin Frazier, Devin Smith, Chandler Johnson and Preston Knight posted one hit each.

Frazier drove in a run while Smith and Johnson both tallied once and logged one run batted in each. Johnson’s hit was a double.

Dylan Clark and Jase Fortenberry tallied a run each for Mt. Hermon.

Knight was the losing pitcher.

In the second game, Smith and Johnson had two hits apiece.

Johnson finished with an RBI.

Frazier and Clark both had one hit.

Frazier drove in a run.

Bunch and Fortenberry both scored a run.

Clark was the losing pitcher.

The Yellowjackets played Pope John Paul II at home yesterday.

Mt. Hermon is taking to the road tomorrow to face the Jaguars in a doubleheader. The opening pitch is slated for 4 p.m.

Ben’s Ford falls to Central Private in doubleheader

Ben’s Ford Christian School was swept in a doubleheader against Central Private, 10-0 and 11-1 at home Thursday.

Central Private is the two-time defending Class AA state champion.

The opener went five innings while the second contest was a six-inning game.

The Eagles were limited to just one hit in the first game. Shelby Culpepper had the hit for the Eagles.

Culpepper was the losing pitcher.

In the second contest, Daniel Pittman posted two hits and C.J. McClelland had one.

Ben’s Ford scored in the second inning. Cole Williams walked and later scored on an RBI groundout by Will Owens.

Ben’s Ford entered yesterday’s play with a 2-5 record in district.

The Eagles played Centreville in a doubleheader yesterday.

Those games were makeup contests from games that were scheduled for mid-March.