Heading into the Calhoun County Baseball Tournament Classification Meeting on Sunday, here’s what happened on Saturday; Ohatchee remains undefeated, Reedy of Piedmont stays hot, Lincoln’s Brown, Westbrook’s Dutton’s no-hitters
Oxford celebrates a victory over Mountain Brook. (Photos by BJ Franklin)
By East Alabama Sports Today
JACKSONVILLE – The Ohatchee Indians got off to their best start in more more than 10 years. Blake Jennings is pleased with his team’s potential for a high seed at the Calhoun County Baseball Tournament standings meeting on Sunday – with reservations.
The Indians swept a double from Weaver 7-6 and 10-7 at Henry Farm Park on Saturday to place 6-0 for the first time in Jennings’ 10 years in the program, the last eight as a head coach.
The county ranking meeting is set to settle Oxford No.1 and defending undefeated Piedmont No.2 champion, with the next five seeds being a mess.
It might be the undefeated Indians creeping in as 3 seeds. They beat three 4A teams and are 4-0 against county opponents. Their only concern would be that if Pleasant Valley retires the sixth seed, the Indians have the potential to face rivals in the region back to back. games to reach the final.
“I don’t care if that happens,” Jennings said. “Do my children deserve (the 3)? Probably. They just keep competing. The last two days were a bit difficult for us … but our kids played hard and found a way to win a couple games…
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