Trojans split with area foe Rehobeth in double header

Published 10:31 pm Thursday, March 21, 2019

The Charles Henderson Trojans took on area foe Rehobeth in a scheduled double header on Thursday night in Dothan.

The Trojans scored four runs in the seventh inning of game one, but came up just short in a 7-5 loss.

The Trojans scored in all but two innings in their 13-6 win in game two.

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The Trojans finished with five hits in game one. Cole McWhorter went 2-4 with two RBI. Chance Pollard, Caden Bryan and Darryl Lee all had one hit.

Walker Stallworth got the start in game one. Stallworth pitched 5.1 innings and allowed six total runs, four of which were earned on eight hits and two walks. He struck out four. Jackson Giles picked up two outs on the mound. He allowed a hit and a walk.

The Trojans found themselves down 3-0 before cracking the scoreboard in the top of the third. Huner hit a sacrifice fly to drive in Pollard, who reached on a double to begin the inning.

Rehobeth scored four unanswered runs and took a 7-1 lead into the game’s final inning.

The Trojans put forth a valiant comeback effort with their four-run seventh inning. J.B. Sanders scored the game’s first run on a bases loaded walk. Lawson Scarbrough followed up with a sacrifice fly that allowed Lee to score. McWhorter brought the final two Trojan runs in on a double to bring the Trojans to within two runs.

With the tying run on first base, the Trojan threat ended with a fly out to left field.

The Trojans finished game two with 12 hits. Pollard, Huner, Scarbrough, Stallworth and Keonte Brantley all had two hits for the Trojans. Scarbrough and Brantley each had two RBI.

Lee got the start in game two. Lee pitched five innings and surrendered three earned runs, five total. He allowed three hits and walked six batters. Lee struck out three batters.

The Trojans will be back in action on March 28 when they participate in the Fort Payne Spring Break Tournament.