Huntland sweeps twinbill vs. Cornersville

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Posted 4/14/22

HUNTLAND — With rains and inclement weather forcing rescheduling, the Cornersville Bulldogs dropped a District 9-A doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon at Huntland, falling 7-6 in Game 1 and 9-0 …

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Huntland sweeps twinbill vs. Cornersville

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HUNTLAND — With rains and inclement weather forcing rescheduling, the Cornersville Bulldogs dropped a District 9-A doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon at Huntland, falling 7-6 in Game 1 and 9-0 in Game 2.

GAME 1
It was a closely-contested first game between the Bulldogs and the Hornets, but ultimately it was a slew of errors in the field that led to a 7-6 Huntland win.
RBI doubles by Wesley Pigg and Daniel Sellars put Cornersville up 2-0 in the top of the first inning.
Huntland evened the score in the bottom of the frame with a pair of runs and took the lead with two more in the bottom of third inning.
Tanner Mullins got one back for the Bulldogs when he scored on a Bryce Woodard fielder’s choice in the top of the third.
Cornersville eventually tied the game with a three-spot in the top of the sixth inning.
Mullins singled to right to lead off and was followed on base with a Peyton Cherry single and a Beau Schillig walk.
Mullins eventually scored the first run of the inning when Blaine Woodard was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded.
Mason Callahan then drove in a pair of runs on a 2 RBI single to left, tying the game at six apiece.
But as the fates would have it, Huntland was able to orchestrate a little late-game magic and in dramatic fashion, connected on the walk-off RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the seventh.
Pigg and Sellars recorded the only extra base hits for the Bulldog, with Callahan’s 2 RBI game being the top run-producer.
Mullins got the nod and pitched five innings for Cornersville.
He gave up six runs on nine hits, but struck out five before turning the mound over to Beau Shillig.
Shillig pitched the final 1 2/3 innings and allowed just one unearned run on three hits.

Cornersville 200 103 0 — 6 7 7
Huntland 202 002 1 — 7 12 1

Cornersville: Mason Callahan 1-for-3, Wesley Pigg 2-for-3, Daniel Sellars 1-for-4, Tanner Mullins 2-for-4, Peyton Cherry 1-for-4.
2B: Pigg, Sellars
WP: Howell
LP: Mullins

GAME 2
Not much went Cornersville’s way in Game 2 on Tuesday afternoon as the Hornets were able to score in six of the seven innings and take a 9-0 win over the Bulldogs.
Huntland plated one run in the first and second inning before doubling up the Bulldogs with a two-spot in the third.
After a scoreless fourth, Huntland drove in one more run in the fifth and sixth innings before closing the game by knocking in three more.
In total, Huntland connected on 11 hits against the Bulldogs, while Cornersville was held to just three hits—singles by Mullins, Shillig and Woodard.

Huntland 112 011 3 — 9 11 0
Cornersville 000 000 0 — 0 3 4

Cornersville: Tanner Mullins 1-for-2, Beau Schillig 1-for-2, Bryce Woodard 1-for-2.

WP: Jackson
LP: Gann

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