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After defeating Hickory Flat 10-0 Friday night, the Eagles hosted a doubleheader, featuring North Pontotoc and Walnut on Saturday.
The Eagles got on the board first versus the Vikings, but that would be the only time the would cross the plate, falling 12-1.
Taylor English was the bright spot for West Union offensively, as he had a double to lead the Eagles. Devin Brock had the loss in game one, as he gave up 12 runs on 13 hits.
Walnut traveled to West Union for the second game, and the Eagles found their bats, as they pounded out 15 runs on 11 hits in the game, winning 15-0.
Wesley Jumper, Bo Garrett and Taylor English all had multiple hits for West Union, while Hunter McQuarry and Luke Wait each hit doubles.
English was on the mound for West Union, only allowing two hits, while hitting a triple himself. Will Basil rounded out the Eagles' offensive attack with a homerun.
Now 5-9, West Union will host Potts Camp this week.
The 'Dawgs dropped two games last weekend, falling to Pontotoc 6-4 and Shannon 4-2.
New Albany had a four-run third inning to take the lead over the Warriors Friday night, but pontotoc would come back behind their 15 hits to take the win.
Andrew Turnnell gave up 6 runs on 15 hits in the loss for the Bulldogs.
Offensively, Cody McCullough and Taylor Goode each had multiple hits, while Sawyer Wheatley hit a double to lead New Albany.
The Bulldogs got on the board first in their game versus Shannon, but back-to-back two-run innings gave the Red Raiders the division win.
Drew Dodds picked up the loss while having multiple hits, along with Taylor Goode.
New Albany will take on Tishomingo County, Center Hill and Corinth this week.
The Hawks split in their weekend games, defeating Kossuth 11-1 and falling to North Pontotoc 7-2.
Jimel Judon picked up the win in the first game, as Justin Jordan had three hits, and Beau Cummings, Hunter Burke and Justin Hood each had multiple hits. Jordan also had two doubles, while Burke had a homerun.
Judon only allowed one run without giving up a hit in the game.
Versus the Vikings, the Hawks had three errors in the game, falling 7-2.
Myrtle held the 1-0 advantage until the fourth inning when North Pontotoc put on six runs.
Justin Hood gave up seven runs on seven hits, while the Hawks had five hits in the game along with three errors.
Hunter Burke had a double to lead Myrtle offensively.
Now 8-6, Myrtle will play at Coldwater and Hickory Flat this week.
The Urchins picked up a win Friday night, as they defeated Baldwyn 7-5 on the road.
Baldwyn held the 3-2 advantage going into the fifth, but three runs by East Union helped up them in the lead, and two more in the final inning gave them the win, as their defense was able to hold off the Bearcats in the bottom of the seventh.
Jimmy Marshall and Kasey McBrayer each had three hits to lead the Urchins, while Matthew Carter, Chandler Coleman and Dustin Pratt each had multiple hits.
Marshall, Carter and McBrayer each had doubles for East Union, who improve to 13-8. Now 8-1, Craig Bullock gave up five runs on eleven hits in the win.
East Union will travel to New Site before hosting Mantachie on Friday.
The Falcons picked up a big win over Calhoun City last week, 8-1 behind Josh Hodges' 13 strikeouts.
At 11-2, 8-0, Ingomar had scheduled games against Marshall County and Shaw last weekend. With no scores provided at press time, Ingomar will next host Vardaman Tuesday night and Okolona on Thursday.
Check this Friday's New Albany Gazette for a game recap from the Falcons' game versus Vardaman.