vs. Chelsea (Game 1): The Hoover Buccaneers JV and Chelsea both had scoring chances on Wednesday, but it was the Hoover Buccaneers JV that were able to capitalize on them as they pulled out a 5-2 win at HHS. Chelsea got seven hits compared with just six for the Hoover Buccaneers JV, but Chelsea stranded six on base.
Evan Veal racked up two RBIs on two hits for the Hoover Buccaneers JV. He singled in the third and sixth innings.
Brett Tomlinson held Chelsea scoreless for six innings. Tomlinson allowed five hits, one walk and struck out four.
vs. Chelsea (Game 2): The Hoover Buccaneers JV jumped out to an early lead on Chelsea and captured a 10-0 victory on Wednesday at HHS. Six runs in the first three innings allowed the Hoover Buccaneers JV to put the game away early.
Peyton Wilson got on base three times in the game for the Hoover Buccaneers JV. He scored three runs and had one RBI.
Will Pratt got the win for the Hoover Buccaneers JV thanks to seven strikeouts. The Hoover Buccaneers JV’s pitcher gave up just five hits over five shutout innings.
The Hoover Buccaneers JV tacked on another three runs in the sixth. A single by Veal ignited the offense, scoring Nicholas Davis and Sam Sanford. That was followed up by Veal’s single, bringing home Davis and Sam Sanford.
at Spain Park (Game 1): The Hoover Buccaneers JV lost a hotly contested 3-2 game in seven innings on Thursday at Spain Park HS after surrendering the lead in the seventh inning.
Jack Henry Milligan brought the heat against Spain Park during his outing. Milligan gave up just two hits, allowed one earned run, walked three and struck out three during his five innings of work.
Neither team scored until the fourth when Spain Park got on the board. Spain Park scored on a groundout by Brody Richey and an error. Spain Park didn’t relinquish the lead after scoring one run in the seventh inning when it scored on two sacrifice flies.
at Spain Park (Game 2): Michael Harris drove in three runs, sparking the Hoover Buccaneers JV to an 8-3 victory in seven innings over Spain Park on Thursday at Spain Park HS. He singled in the second and fifth innings and doubled in the sixth inning.
Daniel Swatek shut down Spain Park while he was on the hill. Swatek gave up just two hits, allowed one earned run, walked none and struck out five during his five innings of work.
The game was never in doubt after the second, as the Hoover Buccaneers JV scored four runs on two singles.