baseball

Tigers lose in third round to Hokes Bluff


Langston Strawbridge is shown recording an out against the Eagles.

The Fayette Tigers baseball team put up a valiant fight, but ultimately lost its third round playoff games to Hokes Bluff by the score of 5-1 and 2-1. The Eagles traveled to Fayette for the games and keep its magical season alive. Hokes Bluff started the season ranked number one in Class 4A and has remained on its perch all-season.

 

Fayette defeats Oneonta to advance in playoffs


Austin McCaleb is shown getting a hit against Winfield.

The Fayette Tigers won a best-of-three series with Oneonta to advance to the second round of the state baseball playoffs. Fayette will host North Jackson on Friday, April 26, beginning at 5 p.m. The Tigers won the deciding third game against Oneonta on Monday by a score of 3-2. No stats for that game were available at press time.

 

Fayette loses three key area games to Haleyville


Honored for their senior leadership and contributions at the Haleyville game were, from left: Coulter Ary, Austin McCaleb, Noah Sapp and Blake Wallace.

The Fayette Tigers lost three crucial area games to the Haleyville Lions during the past week.
On Thursday, April 11, Fayette was defeated by the Lions 11-1. The Tigers managed its only run of the game in the sixth inning, while the Lions scored four more runs in the bottom of the inning to cap its victory.

 

Fayette sweeps Cordova to cap successful week


Carter Sanford pitched a complete game against Cordova to record the win for Fayette.

The Fayette Tigers baseball team swept Cordova last week to head into the area championships on a winning streak. Fayette defeated the Blue Devils 3-1 in a pitchers’ duel at home on Tuesday, April 4. Cordova scored first in the top of the fourth inning, but that would be the only score that Cordova would notch in the game.