Enterprise sweeps Puckett; loses Sat. game to Tylertown
Published 6:00 pm Tuesday, April 5, 2011
The Enterprise Yellow Jackets swept the Puckett Wolves Fridaynight, winning the first game 14-4 and the nightcap 13-3 in Region6-2A baseball action.
In Saturday’s game, the Tylertown Chiefs cruised past Enterprise13-3.
“We had three great pitching performances in the series againstPuckett,” said Enterprise coach Cass Brister. “We hit the ballreally well and played good defense.”
The Jackets (8-9, 3-3) return home to host the Madison St. JosephBruins Tuesday. Junior varsity begins at 4:30 p.m., followed by thevarsity at 6:30.
Enterprise 14, Puckett 4
Garrett Greer was the winning pitcher in the first game forEnterprise with seven strikeouts and no walks. Jeremy Polk sufferedthe loss for Puckett with three strikeouts and four walks.
Cody White provided the offensive firepower for the Jackets with atriple, a double, and a single. Blake Fugler contributed a doubleand three singles. Zach Stafford belted a double and two singles.Dylan Smith hit a double. Hitting safely were Konner Burke, ChanceOwens, Nathan Foster and Greer.
Drew Cook was the offensive leader for the Wolves with two singles.Puckett got singles from Justin Clark, Jacob Huff, Landon Dunhamand Brandon Sledge.
Enterprise 13, Puckett 3
White was the winning pitcher in the second game with sixstrikeouts and four walks. Huff absorbed the setback for the Wolveswith two strikeouts and four walks.
White continued to have the hot bat as he led the offense with adouble and two singles. Burke smashed two doubles. Greercontributed a double and a single. Stafford belted a double.Hitting safely Nathan Foster, Braxton Foster, Owens andFugler.
Clark provided the offensive spark for Puckett with a double. Polk,Dunham and Sledge hit safely.
Tylertown 13, Enterprise 3
Luke Phillips was the winning pitcher for the Chiefs with threestrikeouts and five walks. Stafford suffered the loss for theJackets with three strikeouts and three walks. The loss snapped athree-game winning streak for Enterprise.
Waylon Sumrall was the sparkplug for Tylertown’s offense with adouble and two singles. Chance Smet contributed a double and asingle. Jerel Mark smashed two singles. The Chiefs got singles fromEdward Holmes, Leviticus Harris and Justin Burch.
White helped lead the Jackets offensive with a double and a single.Foster, Stafford, Smith and Burke hit safely.
“We did not have a good effort from the guys,” continued Brister.”We were not mentally and physically prepared to play. Now we mustregroup and get ready for St. Joe.”