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Class 5A baseball playoffs: Mortimer Jordan splits with Walker, forces third game Saturday
Four runs in the third inning of the first game was enough for Mortimer Jordan. Four runs in the third inning of the second game was not.
Softball: No. 1 Hayden 10, No. 2 Curry 0 (6 innings)
If there was any doubt beforehand as to whether Curry of Hayden deserved to be the top-ranked team in Class 5A, no such doubt lingered afterward.
Softball: Locust Fork 17, Appalachian 6
Jamie Gail Hudson and Anna Hood hit back-to-back home runs, as Locust Fork dispensed with Appalachian on Thursday by a 17-6 score in five innings.
Baseball: Mountain Brook beats Gardendale 6-1 to win playoff series
John Michael Mathews opened Monday's baseball game with a solo home run for Gardendale, but then the bats fell silent.
Softball: Locust Fork 3, J.B. Pennington 2
Catcher Anna Hood smacked a walk-off two-run double, as Locust Fork came from behind to beat J.B. Pennington 3-2 in softball action Monday.
Softball: No. 2 (5A) Hayden 7, Corner 0
It was long-ball time for second-ranked Hayden on Monday, as they launched three solo homers in their 7-0 softball win over Corner.
Middle school softball: North Jefferson wins fifth straight county championship
The North Jefferson Middle School softball team once again won the Jefferson County Schools championship, as they defeated Rudd Middle 5-0 in the winner-take-all game.
Boys soccer: Pinson Valley 2, Walker 1
Pinson Valley has won its fourth straight sectional championship, thanks to a 2-1 victory Monday night over visiting Walker. But it didn't come easy.
Boys golf: Gardendale wins county title, Garrett Johnson shoots 65 for Mortimer Jordan
Gardendale's boys golf team has won yet another Jefferson County Schools Championship, shooting a team score of 334 (46-over) at Cumberland Lakes Golf Course.
Baseball: Gardendale, Mountain Brook split first-round playoff doubleheader
"We donated that one."
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