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Softball: No. 2 Hayden 4, No. 1 Curry 1
Hayden wants the top spot. The Wildcats made their case Wednesday.
Baseball: Mortimer Jordan 7, Dora 6
Austin Davis hit a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh inning to give Mortimer Jordan a 7-6 win over Dora in the regular-season finale Tuesday.
Blount County Softball Tournament: Hayden 13, Locust Fork 0 (5 innings)
Hayden pitcher Sharley Miller was dominant in the circle, as were the Wildcat bats in their 13-0 five-inning win over Locust Fork in the winner's bracket final of the Blount County Softball Tournament.
Baseball: Crawford, Folse each throw one-hitters as Mortimer Jordan stomps Curry
Wes Crawford and Justin Folse each held Curry to just one hit, as Mortimer Jordan dumped Curry by scores of 6-0 and 13-0, the latter in six innings.
Baseball: Loss in doubleheader opener to Dora ends Corner's playoff contention
Corner's hopes of a berth in the Class 4A baseball playoffs fell by the wayside Thursday when they lost at Dora by a 6-2 score in the opening game of a doubleheader.
Baseball: Gardendale 6, Hueytown 1
Dalton Moore allowed just three hits and struck out six Hueytown batters, as Gardendale won 6-1 in Thursday baseball action.
Baseball: Pinson Valley sweeps Moody in doubleheader, clinches playoff spot
With their backs against the proverbial wall, Pinson Valley overcame a loss to Moody on Wednesday with two big wins in a Thursday doubleheader, and thus assured themselves of life in the post-season.
Softball: No. 1 Curry 7, No. 4 Mortimer Jordan 3
A routine fly ball that fell between two Mortimer Jordan fielders was a sign of things to come, as the fourth-ranked Blue Devils lost to No. 1 Curry by a 7-3 score in Thursday softball action.
Blount County Softball Tournament: Hayden, Locust Fork advance
Locust Fork and host Hayden will meet in the winner's bracket finals of the Blount County Softball Tournament on Friday evening, thanks to victories by both teams in Thursday's play.
Softball: Gardendale overwhelms Carver with two 16-0 blowouts
It was just three innings, but it was as perfect a pitching performance as it could be under the circumstances for Jordan Smith.
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