Varsity Trojans finish Terry Sikes Tournament 2-1

Published 9:05 pm Monday, February 25, 2019

The Charles Henderson Trojans finished off play in the Terry Sikes Tournament with a 2-1 record after they went 2-0 on Saturday afternoon at Hogan’s Hole.

The Trojans began the day with a 13-3 win over Brew Tech. They closed the tournament with a 10-1 win over Eufaula.

The two wins improves Charles Henderson’s record to 3-2 on the year.

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Brock Huner got the start for the Trojans in game on Saturday. Huner pitched the first 4.2 innings and allowed three total runs, two of which were earned on two hits and three walks. He struck out four. Darryl Lee also pitched in game one for the Trojans.

The Trojans finished with seven hits over the course of five innings. Cole McWhorter finished 2-3 with two RBI, while Keonte Brantley went 1-2 with three RBI. Chance Pollard, Walker Stallworth, Caden Bryan and Anthony Gurba all had one hit.

After scoring one run in the first inning, The Trojans scored seven runs in the second. The Trojans had RBI hits by McWhorter and Brantley, two players scored on Brew Tech errors, while one scored on a passed ball.

After Brew Tech drew closer with two runs in the third, the Trojans put the game out of reach with four runs in the third inning. Gurba scored on a passed ball. Stallworth had the big hit in the inning when he doubled in both Jaylen Deveridge and Lawson Scarbrough. Stallworth scored the final run of the inning on another passed ball.

Stallworth started game two for the Trojans against Eufaula. Stallworth pitched all seven innings and allowed two total runs, one of which was earned on two hits and one walk. He struck out nine batters.

The Trojans finished game two with eight hits. Stallworth and Will Reeves each finished with two hits and combined for three RBI.

The Trojans scored in all but one inning against Eufaula, including three runs in both the fourth and fifth innings.

The Trojans play at home today Home beginning at 5 p.m.