Tigers go 2-2 in tourney

By Staff
Staff reports, Hartselle Enquirer
Hartselle’s Tigers won two games and lost two while competing in the Murfreesboro, Tenn. Invitational Baseball Tournament last weekend.
In games played on Friday the Tigers lost to Battleground Academy 5-1 and Lexington, Ky. Catholic 5-1.
Tony Weaver and Tyler Young each had a hit against Battleground. J.C. Boles pitched seven innings and was tagged with the loss.
Against Lexington Caleb Murphy led the Tigers at the play with two hits, including a RBI double. Chad Girodo was the losing pitcher.
In two games played on Saturday, the Tigers defeated Christian County, Ky. 12-5 and Siegel , Tenn. 7-6.
In the first game the Tigers had nine hits. Quinn Dunlap went 3-for-5, Luke Bole 2-for-3, including a grand slam homerun and six RBIs, Ethan Widener was 1-for-1 with a RBI, Will Rankin was 2-for-5. Will Rankin pitched five innings and was credited with the win. Ryder Brasher pitched two innings in relief, allowing no runs, no hits and recording three strikeouts.
In the second game, Will Rankin’s solo home run in the ninth inning was a game winner for the Tigers. Tony Weaver went 2-for-3, Josh Aycox 1-for-3, Caleb Murphy 1-for-4, including a two-run homer, Jay Bradford 2-for-5, Brasher 1-for-1 and Rankin 1-for-3..
Starter pitcher Bole last just one-third of an inning. He allowed three runs on three hits.
Brasher pitched 4 and two-thirds innings in relief, two runs on four hits and allowing two walks. Justin Hargett pitched four innings, allowing one run on three while giving up one walk and striking out five batters.

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