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5/2 Kayla Jordan's effort not enough to carry the Eagles past Chattahoochee Valley, 4-2

Kayla Jordan held up her end of the bargain, but Kayla couldn't will the Eagles past Chattahoochee Valley as the Eagles lost 4-2 in seven innings on Friday.

Kayla was a workhorse on the rubber for the Eagles. Kayla allowed one earned run, four hits and one walk while striking out five over seven innings of work.

Garner got it done in the circle on the way to a win. She allowed two runs over seven innings. Garner struck out none, walked none and gave up two hits.

Kayla took the loss for the Eagles.

Chattahoochee Valley never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring one run on a solo home run by Patterson.

Chattahoochee Valley tacked on another two runs in the third. An error scored Morgan to start the scoring in the inning. That was followed up by Patterson's solo blast.

After pushing across two runs in the bottom of the fifth, the Eagles faced just a 3-2 deficit. An error and a groundout by Rebekah Blackstock triggered the Eagles' comeback. Garner ended the inning by getting MaryCate Hereford to fly out.

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5/2: Eagles fall to Calhoun in first round of 2014 ACCC/Region 22 Softball Tournament

Hayden got it done on the rubber on the way to a win. She allowed two runs over five innings. Hayden struck out three, walked one and gave up six hits.

Calhoun was sparked by Childress and Dildine, who teamed up for four hits and three RBIs.

Kayla Jordan couldn't get it done in the circle for the Eagles, taking a loss. She lasted just seven innings, walked one, struck out two, and allowed four runs.

Calhoun never trailed after scoring two runs in the third on a two-run home run by Dildine.

The Eagles matched their one-run third inning with one more in the sixth. In the third, the Eagles scored on an RBI single by Rebekah Blackstock, plating Ali Parker.

Calhoun tacked on another two runs in the fourth. A sacrifice fly scored Hayden to get Calhoun on the board in the inning. That was followed up by Childress' single, bringing home Cowan.

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April 17 Dual-threat carries the Eagles past LBW CC 10-2

Kayla Jordan was strong at the plate and in the circle in carrying the Eagles to a 10-2 victory over LBW CC on Thursday at Monroeville, AL.

Kayla racked up three RBIs on four hits for the Eagles. She singled in the first, second, fourth, and fifth innings.

Kayla struck out five, paving the way for a the Eagles win. Kayla allowed one earned run on six hits and one walk over five innings.

The Eagles blew out LBW CC thanks to 13 hits, including two extra base hits. The Eagles scored three runs in the fifth on an RBI single by Krista Hubbard, an RBI single by Kayla, and an RBI double by Ali Parker.

Segree couldn't get it done on the rubber for LBW CC, taking a loss. She allowed six runs in 3 1/3 innings, walked five and struck out one.

The Eagles never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring one run on an RBI single by Kayla.

The Eagles put up three runs in each of the second, fourth and fifth. In the second, the Eagles scored on a groundout by Rebekah Blackstock, plating Ashley Richerson.

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April 17 The Eagles jump on LBW CC early and coast to 17-2 win

The Eagles refused to relinquish the lead after grabbing it early against LBW CC, recording a 17-2 victory on Thursday.

With six runs in the first three innings, the Eagles left no doubt about the eventual outcome.

A two-run double by Kayla Jordan and an RBI single by Braeden Sellers in the first inning and a steal of home by Shaniqua Washington, an RBI single by Krista Hubbard, and an RBI double by Kayla during the second inning helped the Eagles put some runs on the board early.

Kayla had three extra-base hits for the Eagles.

Heather Thomason got the win for the Eagles. She allowed two runs over five innings. Heather struck out one, walked none and gave up six hits.

Copeland was the game's losing pitcher. She allowed 13 runs in 3 1/3 innings, walked three and struck out none.

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April 21 The Eagles drub LBW CC, 10-1

LBW CC didn't put up much of a fight on Monday, as the Eagles cruised to a blowout 10-1 win in seven innings.

The Eagles scored three runs in the sixth on , an RBI double by Braeden Sellers, and a sacrifice fly by Jessica Parnell.

MaryCate Hereford had a hot bat for the Eagles. MaryCate went 4-5, drove in one and scored two runs.

Kayla Jordan struck out seven, paving the way for a the Eagles win. Kayla allowed one earned run on four hits and no walks over five innings.

Bradley was the game's losing pitcher. She lasted just two innings, walked none, struck out two, and allowed two runs.

The Eagles went up for good in the third, scoring two runs on an RBI double by MaryCate and a sacrifice fly by Kayla.

The Eagles brought home three runs in the fourth inning, and matched that run total in the sixth. In the fourth, the Eagles scored on a three-run error, bringing home Jessica, Shaniqua Washington and Rebekah Blackstock.

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April 21The Eagles jump on LBW CC early and coast to 10-2 win

The Eagles shut the door early on LBW CC, capturing a 10-2 victory on Monday at Andalusia,AL.

With seven runs in the first three innings, the Eagles left no doubt about the eventual outcome.

An RBI single by Braeden Sellers in the first inning and an RBI single by Rebekah Blackstock, a passed ball, and an RBI single by Krista Hubbard during the second inning helped the Eagles put some runs on the board early.

The Eagles' Braeden was perfect at the dish, going 4-4.

LBW CC had no answer for Heather Thomason, who kept runners off the basepaths in her appearance. LBW CC managed just one hit off of Thomason, who allowed no earned runs, walked two and struck out six during her five innings of work.

Segree couldn't get it done in the circle for LBW CC, taking a loss. She allowed 10 runs in four innings, walked one and struck out two.

After posting three runs in the third, the Eagles again scored three in the fourth. In the third, the Eagles scored on an RBI double by Jessica Parnell, bringing home Braeden.

Jessica kicked things off with a double, scoring Braeden. That was followed up by Ashley Richerson's single, bringing home Kari Waldrip and Jessica.

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April 22 No-hitter leads the Eagles past Bishop State CC 8-0

Fifteen batters couldn't locate Kayla Jordan as Kayla threw a no-hitter on Tuesday, in the Eagles' 8-0 victory over Bishop State CC.

No Bishop State CC batter was able to locate Kayla's pitches during the game. Kayla threw a no-hitter, striking out 10 batters and walking one while recording her momentous feat. She got Howle to strike out for the final out of the game.

Eight runs in the opening three innings allowed the Eagles to easily put away Bishop State CC. An RBI single by MaryCate Hereford, an RBI single by Braeden Sellers, a steal of home by Kayla, an RBI single by Jessica Parnell, and an RBI single by Ali Parker during the first inning and a solo home run by Krista Hubbard in the second inning fueled the Eagles' offense early.

The Eagles scored five runs in the first inning to build an early lead.

Rebekah Blackstock, Krista, Braeden and MaryCate helped lead the Eagles. They combined for nine hits and four RBIs.

Howle took the loss for Bishop State CC. She allowed eight runs in five innings, walked one and struck out two.

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April 22 The Eagles fall behind in sixth inning in 3-2 loss to Bishop State CC

Bishop State CC took the lead in the sixth inning, and the Eagles was unable to muster a comeback, losing 3-2 in seven innings on Tuesday.

Heather Thomason looked sharp on the rubber. Bishop State CC managed just one hit off of the the Eagles' pitcher, who allowed no earned runs, walked three and struck out three during her five innings of work.

Cherry recorded the win for Bishop State CC. She allowed two runs over seven innings. Cherry struck out two, walked none and gave up three hits.

Heather was charged with the loss.

The bottom of the third saw Bishop State CC take an early lead, 2-0. Bishop State CC added more runs when Jones scored on an error.

The game's last lead went to Bishop State CC thanks to a sixth inning rally that saw one run cross the plate on a solo home run by Vincent.

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April 24 The Eagles fall 8-0 to Faulkner State CC despite Heather Thomason's effort

The Eagles fell 8-0 to Faulkner State CC on Thursday.

Young recorded the win for Faulkner State CC. She tossed four innings of shutout ball. Young struck out four, walked none and gave up no hits.

Nichols, Williamson and Ingram helped lead Faulkner State CC. They combined for seven hits and six RBIs.

Lauren Dailey ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. She allowed seven runs in four innings, walked one and struck out none.

Faulkner State CC went up for good in the first, scoring four runs on two singles and a two-run triple by Ingram.

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April 24 The Eagles muster more hits but fall 6-5 to Faulkner State CC

The Eagles lost 6-5 in seven innings at Bay Minnete, AL on Thursday, despite outhitting Faulkner State CC 10 to seven.

The Eagles' Baylee Stafford was perfect at the dish, going 2-2. She singled in the fourth and sixth innings.

Young got the win for Faulkner State CC despite allowing five runs over seven innings. She struck out five, walked none and surrendered 10 hits.

Faulkner State CC was sparked by Godwin and Kidd, who teamed up for three hits and five RBIs.

Kayla Jordan was charged with the loss. She allowed six runs in six innings, walked two and struck out two.

In the top of the first, the Eagles grabbed the early lead, 1-0. The Eagles attack began with a single from Rebekah Blackstock. A groundout by MaryCate Hereford then moved Rebekah from first to second. Braeden Sellers doubled, bringing home Rebekah.

The lead stayed with Faulkner State CC after the second, when it scored two runs on an error and a solo home run by Kidd.

Faulkner State CC scored two runs in the third inning, and then followed it up with two more in the fifth. In the third, Faulkner State CC scored on a two-run home run by Godwin, scoring Earley.

One run in the top of the fourth helped the Eagles close their deficit to 4-2. An RBI single by Baylee triggered the Eagles' comeback. Young ended the inning by getting Shaniqua Washington to strike out.

After pushing across three runs in the top of the sixth, the Eagles faced just a 6-5 deficit. An RBI double by Heather Thomason and a two-run double by MaryCate gave the Eagles life. Finally, Young induced an inning-ending fly out from Braeden.

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April 26 Eagles fall in game two to Northwest Florida

Carson recorded the win for Northwest Florida . She pitched three shutout innings. Carson struck out none, walked none and gave up one hit.

Heather Thomason was the game's losing pitcher. She lasted just seven innings, walked one, struck out three, and allowed five runs.

The lead stayed with Northwest Florida after the first, when it scored two runs on two singles.

Northwest Florida built upon its lead with two runs in the third. A single by Burton ignited the offense,, bringing home Roe. That was followed up by Mccourry's double, plating Burton.

The Eagles managed to score one run in the sixth inning on an RBI double by MaryCate Hereford.

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April 26 Seventh-inning lead change vaults Northwest Florida past the Eagles, 4-3

A tight game was decided in the seventh inning as the Eagles fell to Northwest Florida 4-3 in seven innings on Saturday at Monroeville, AL.

Carpenter got the win in relief for Northwest Florida . Carpenter pitched four innings and allowed no runs.

Kayla Jordan was the game's losing pitcher. She lasted just seven innings, walked one, struck out three, and allowed four runs.

In the bottom of the second, the Eagles grabbed the early lead, 1-0. Kayla kicked things off for the Eagles with a single.

It didn't take long for the Eagles to respond as they scored two runs of their own in the fourth. The Eagles scored on an RBI single by Baylee Stafford and a groundout by Ashley Richerson.

Northwest Florida didn't relinquish the lead after scoring two runs in the seventh inning when it scored on an error and a sacrifice fly by Day.

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April 27 Despite hit advantage, the Eagles drop 4-3 game to Jeff Davis CC

The Eagles lost 4-3 in seven innings at Brewton, AL on Sunday, despite outhitting Jeff Davis CC six to five.

Jessica Parnell got a hit in each of her two at bats. She singled in the second inning and homered in the fifth inning.

Kayla Jordan handled Jeff Davis CC's lineup with ease, racking up seven strikeouts. Kayla allowed one earned run on five hits and one walk over six innings.

Swindle got the win for Jeff Davis CC. She allowed three runs over six innings. She struck out none, walked one and surrendered six hits.

Kayla was the game's losing pitcher.

Jeff Davis CC went up for good in the second, scoring two runs on a two-run home run by Swindle.

One run in the top of the fifth helped the Eagles close their deficit to 2-1. A solo home run by Jessica gave the Eagles life. Finally, Swindle induced an inning-ending ground out from Ali Parker.

Jeff Davis CC answered the Eagles' top inning with two runs of its own in the fifth. Jeff Davis CC scored on a two-run error.

Two runs in the top of the sixth helped the Eagles close their deficit to 4-3. A groundout by MaryCate Hereford and an RBI single by Krista Hubbard triggered the Eagles' comeback. Jeff Davis CC stopped the rally after Swindle got Rebekah Blackstock to fly out.

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April 27 The Eagles top Jeff Davis CC in back-and-forth affair, 5-4

The Eagles outlasted Jeff Davis CC on Sunday after five lead changes, squeaking out a 5-4 win.

The Eagles pulled out the win thanks to a strong fifth inning. The Eagles scored on an RBI single by Jessica Parnell off Hadaway, plating MaryCate Hereford.

MaryCate racked up three RBIs on two hits for the Eagles. She doubled in the third inning and singled in the fifth inning.

The Eagles got the win thanks in large part to Kayla Jordan's dominant, five-strikeout performance. Kayla allowed one earned run on six hits and one walk over six innings.

Hadaway was the game's losing pitcher. She lasted just five innings, walked one, struck out four, and allowed five runs.

Jeff Davis CC jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the bottom of the first. A two-run blast by Zeegers, scoring Hamric started the inning off.

Jeff Davis CC scored one run in the second inning, and then followed it up with one more in the third. In the second, Jeff Davis CC scored on a passed ball, plating Wooley.

A key fifth-inning rally gave the Eagles the lead for good. the Eagles tacked on a total of two runs on An RBI single by MaryCate.

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The Eagles come up short despite Kayla Jordan's gem, lose 2-0 to Bishop State CC

April 12

The Eagles' Kayla Jordan struck out six batters, but providing enough offense to notch a victory proved difficult Saturday, as the Eagles fell to Bishop State CC 2-0 at Monroeville, AL.

Howle got the win for Bishop State CC. She tossed seven innings of shutout ball. Howle struck out three, walked two and gave up one hit.

Kayla ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss.

Bishop State CC went up for good in the second, scoring one run on a solo home run by Cherry.

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The Eagles drop 10-1 game to Faulkner State CC

April 8

The Eagles lost 10-1 to Faulkner State CC on Tuesday at Monroeville, AL, despite a total of four hits.

Young got the win for Faulkner State CC. She allowed one run over seven innings. Young struck out nine, walked one and gave up four hits.

Kayla Jordan was the game's losing pitcher. She allowed 10 runs in seven innings, walked three and struck out one.

Faulkner State CC went up for good in the first, scoring two runs on a two-run double by Williamson.

The Eagles scored their only run of the game on a walk by Kari Waldrip in the third inning.

Faulkner State CC increased its lead with five runs in the fourth. Kidd kicked things off with a double, scoring Ingram. That was followed up by Jonseof's single, plating Kidd.

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The Eagles drop high-scoring affair to Faulkner State CC, 10-9

April 8

The Eagles lost a battle of the bats on Tuesday, falling short in a 10-9 ballgame against Faulkner State CC.

Ashley Richerson racked up two RBIs on two hits for the Eagles. She singled in the second and fifth innings.

Ingram got the win for Faulkner State CC. She allowed four runs over five innings. Ingram struck out one, walked none and gave up six hits.

Faulkner State CC's Godwin, Williamson and Owens combined for six hits and seven RBIs.

Kayla Jordan took the loss for the Eagles. She allowed 10 runs in seven innings, walked two and struck out one.

After posting two runs in the third, the Eagles again scored two in the fifth. In the third, the Eagles scored when Ashley drew a bases loaded walk, scoring Kayla.

The Eagles tied the game in the fifth on a two-run double by Rebekah Blackstock that scored Ashley and Shaniqua Washington.

Faulkner State CC never trailed after scoring one run in the eighth on a sacrifice fly by Ingram.

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The Eagles fall 14-12 after big Jeff Davis CC comeback

April 10

The Eagles looked to be in control, up by six runs in the fourth inning, but Jeff Davis CC came back to grab a 14-12 win on Thursday.

Hadaway got the win in relief for Jeff Davis CC. Hadaway pitched six innings and allowed four runs.

Kenfield, Zeegers, Ramer and Seits helped lead Jeff Davis CC. They combined for seven hits and nine RBIs.

Kayla Jordan took the loss for the Eagles. She allowed six runs in 6 1/3 innings, walked one and struck out four.

The bottom of the first saw the Eagles take an early lead, 2-0. The Eagles got things going when MaryCate Hereford singled. A stolen base then moved MaryCate from first to second. The Eagles pushed more runs across when Hubbard scored on an RBI single by Braeden Sellers.

The Eagles scored three runs of their own in the ninth. The Eagles scored on an RBI single by Jessica Parnell, a groundout by Baylee Stafford, and an RBI single by Shaniqua Washington.

Jeff Davis CC never trailed after scoring four runs in the tenth on a three-run double by Ramer and an RBI single by Seits.

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The Eagles fourth-inning burst enough to top Jeff Davis CC, 8-2

April 10

A seven-run explosion in the fourth inning carried the Eagles to an 8-2 win in seven innings over Jeff Davis CC at Monroeville, AL on Thursday.

MaryCate Hereford was hot from the plate for the Eagles. MaryCate went 3-4. She singled in the first and third innings and doubled in the sixth inning.

Kayla Jordan kept contact to a minimum, striking out seven Jeff Davis CC batters. Kayla allowed two earned runs on eight hits and one walk over seven innings.

Swindle couldn't get it done in the circle for Jeff Davis CC, taking a loss. She lasted just 2 1/3 innings, walked two, struck out none, and allowed no runs.

The Eagles never surrendered the lead after the second inning, scoring one run on an RBI double by Braeden Sellers.

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The Eagles takes early lead on passed ball, holds on for 5-1 win over Bishop State CC

April 12

Four first-inning runs helped the Eagles to a 5-1 win over Bishop State CC on Saturday.

Kayla Jordan got it done in the circle on the way to a win. She allowed one run over seven innings. Kayla struck out four, walked one and gave up eight hits.

Duhon was the game's losing pitcher. She lasted just one-third of an inning, walked none, struck out none, and allowed four runs.

Bishop State CC scored its only run of the game on an RBI single by Vincent in the third inning.

The Eagles quickly matched Bishop State CC's strong inning with a one-run inning of their own in the third. The Eagles scored on a sacrifice fly by Braeden Sellers.

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Ali Parker's big day not enough, as the Eagles lose 12-4 to Darton

Saturday, February 15, 2014

The Eagles racked up eight hits, but it wasn't enough, as the Eagles were 12-4 losers on Saturday at the hands of Darton at Marianna, FL.

Ali Parker got on base two times in the game for the Eagles. She scored two runs and had one RBI. She doubled in the second inning.

Darton easily handled the Eagles pitching as six hitters combined for 14 hits, 10 RBIs and 10 runs scored.

Home runs for Darton came when E Church homered in the first inning, J Higgerson homered in the second inning, and M Dearth homered in the third inning.

The Eagles answered Darton's top inning with three runs of their own in the second. The Eagles scored on an RBI double by Ali and a two-run single by Ashley Richerson.

The game was never in doubt after the third, as Darton scored five runs on a two-run double by B Wells and a three-run home run by M.

After pushing across one run in the bottom of the fourth, the Eagles faced just a 8-4 deficit. An RBI single by Krista Hubbard set off the Eagles rally. J Higgerson ended the inning by getting Kelsey Ledkins to ground out.

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Chattahoochee Valley outdone by Ali Parker and the Eagles, 3-0

March 7 , 2014

Ali Parker had two extra base hits, sparking the Eagles to a 3-0 victory in seven innings over Chattahoochee Valley on Friday at Monroeville, AL.

She doubled in the fourth and fifth innings.

The Eagles' Kayla Jordan kept Chattahoochee Valley off the scoreboard for all seven innings she was on the rubber. She pitched a shutout, allowing no opposing players to cross the plate on three hits while ringing up three.

The game's last lead went to the Eagles thanks to a fourth inning rally that saw one run cross the plate on an RBI single by Baylee Stafford.

The Eagles got one-run rallies in the fifth inning and the sixth. In the fifth, the Eagles scored on an RBI single by Kayla, plating MaryCate Hereford.

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Despite hit advantage, the Eagles drop 8-5 game to Pearl River CC

Thursday, February 20, 2014

The Eagles lost 8-5 in seven innings on Thursday, despite outhitting Pearl River CC 10 to eight.

Ali Parker got on base three times in the game for the Eagles. She scored one run and had one RBI. She tripled in the third inning and singled in the fifth inning.

Boutwell, Jackson, Scronce and Kaci Lantrip helped lead Pearl River CC. They combined for five hits and seven RBIs.

Pearl River CC went up for good in the first, scoring five runs on a home run by Kaci.

After pushing across four runs in the bottom of the third, the Eagles faced just a 5-4 deficit. An RBI double by Kayla Jordan, an RBI double by Braeden Sellers, an RBI triple by Ali, and an RBI double by Kari Waldrip fueled the Eagles' comeback. Finally, Hawkins got Baylee Stafford to strike out to end the threat.

Pearl River CC posted one run in each of the fourth, sixth and seventh. In the fourth, Pearl River CC scored on an RBI double by Scronce, bringing home Herndon.

One run in the bottom of the sixth helped the Eagles close their deficit to 7-5. An RBI double by MaryCate Hereford gave the Eagles life. The Eagles threat came to an end when Hawkins finally got Jessica Parnell to ground out.

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Eagles fall to Shelton State 9-8 in tough pitchers' duel

March 26, 2014

The Eagles fall to Shelton State CC 9-8 in tough pitchers' duel

Shelton State CC squeaked out a 9-8 win on over the Eagles on Wednesday in a game that featured great pitching performances from each team's starters.

Kayla Jordan worked out of 14 tough spots for the Eagles. She pitched 7 2/3 innings and allowed six earned runs on seven hits. Kayla faced her most difficult moment in the eighth inning.

Yates worked out of four difficult moments for Shelton State CC. She pitched eight innings and allowed two earned runs on 10 hits. Yates faced her toughest situation in the eighth inning.

Home runs for Shelton State CC came when Dishman homered in the fourth inning, Garland homered in the sixth inning, and Smith homered in the eighth inning.

Dishman, Garland and Smith helped lead Shelton State CC. They combined for three hits and five RBIs.

Kayla was charged with the loss.

The top of the first saw the Eagles take an early lead, 1-0. A single by Kayla, plating Shaniqua Washington started the inning off.

The Eagles brought home two runs in the second inning, and matched that run total in the fifth. In the second, the Eagles scored on a two-run home run by Baylee Stafford, scoring Kari Waldrip.

Shelton State CC pushed across two runs in both the sixth inning and the seventh. In the sixth, Shelton State CC scored on a two-run home run by Garland, plating Dishman.

Shelton State CC scored four runs of its own in the eighth. Shelton State CC scored on a two-run home run by Smith and a two-run double by Benton.

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Early lead not enough for the Eagles, drop 7-2 decision to East Central CC

Saturday, February 08, 2014

The Eagles built an early edge on Saturday, but East Central CC roared back to steal a 7-2 victory at Ascc field.

East Central CC took the lead in the fifth inning on a two-run home run by Ty Buckley.

Kelsey Ledkins had a hot bat for the Eagles. Kelsey went 3-4. She singled in the third and fifth innings and doubled in the seventh inning.

East Central CC was sparked by Morgan Porter and Ty, who teamed up for nine hits and two RBIs.

The Eagles jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the bottom of the second. Amy Hudson got things going for the Eagles with a single. A single by Jessica Parnell then moved Amy from first to second. Kayla Jordan singled, scoring Amy and Jessica.

East Central CC went up for good in the fifth, scoring two runs on a two-run home run by Ty.

East Central CC increased its lead with three runs in the sixth. Mallory Turner started the inning with a single, plating KK Hopkins. That was followed up by Morgan's single, scoring Mallory.

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East Central CC defeats the Eagles despite Kayla Jordan's strong effort, 4-1

Monday, February 24, 2014

East Central CC defeats the Eagles despite Kayla Jordan's strong effort, 4-1

Kayla Jordan did her best to change the outcome, but Kayla couldn't lead the Eagles past East Central CC as the Eagles lost 4-1 in seven innings at Decatur,MS on Monday.

Kayla baffled East Central CC, striking out eight batters. Kayla allowed three earned runs, five hits and one walk over six innings.

East Central CC was sparked by Ty Buckley and Lindsey Beard, who teamed up for three hits and two RBIs.

In the second inning, the Eagles pushed across their only run of the day on a groundout by Braeden Sellers.

East Central CC answered the Eagles' top inning with one run of its own in the second. East Central CC scored on a solo home run by Lindsey.

East Central CC went up for good in the fourth, scoring one run on a solo home run by Ty.

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Hereford leads the Eagles to 8-4 win over Shelton State

March 26, 2014

MaryCate Hereford leads the Eagles to 8-4 win over Shelton State CC

A superb effort by MaryCate Hereford carried the Eagles to an 8-4 win in seven innings over Shelton State CC on Wednesday at Tuscaloosa, AL.

MaryCate blasted two home runs for the Eagles. MaryCate went 3-4 in the game with four RBIs and three runs scored. MaryCate homered in the third and sixth innings.

The Eagles hit three home runs in the win. Home runs for the Eagles came when Braeden Sellers homered in the third inning and MaryCate homered in the third and sixth innings.

Kayla Jordan recorded the win for the Eagles. She allowed four runs over seven innings. Kayla struck out two, walked three and gave up six hits.

Colvin was charged with the loss. She lasted just 1 1/3 innings, walked none, struck out none, and allowed no runs.

The bottom of the first saw Shelton State CC take an early lead, 2-0. Benton got things going for Shelton State CC with a single. A stolen base then moved Benton from first to second. Hancock homered, bringing home Benton.

The Eagles never surrendered the lead after the fifth inning, scoring two runs on a two-run single by Kayla.

Shelton State CC matched its one-run fifth inning with one more in the sixth. In the fifth, Shelton State CC scored on an RBI single by Hancock, scoring Benton.

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Hot bats not enough, the Eagles succumb to Enterprise-Ozark CC, 11-8

March 13, 2014

Twelve hits weren't enough for the Eagles as it lost a shootout, 11-8 in seven innings, to Enterprise-Ozark CC on Thursday at Monroeville.

H Mckinney, A Mallory and A Prather helped lead Enterprise-Ozark CC. They combined for five hits and five RBIs.

In the top of the first, Enterprise-Ozark CC grabbed the early lead, 5-0. Enterprise-Ozark CC's rally started when E Mock singled. Enterprise-Ozark CC pushed more runs across when Mock scored when A Prather was hit by a pitch, Wilfong scored on a walk by H, Holland scored on an error, and Prather scored on an error.

The Eagles brought home three runs in the first inning, and matched that run total in the fourth. In the first, the Eagles scored on an RBI double by Kayla Jordan, plating MaryCate Hereford.

The Eagles scored one run in the second inning, and then followed it up with one more in the sixth. In the second, the Eagles scored on an error, scoring Ashley Richerson.

Two Enterprise-Ozark CC baserunners came all the way around to score in each of the third, sixth and seventh. In the third, Enterprise-Ozark CC scored on an RBI single by A Mallory, plating J Brunson.

Enterprise-Ozark CC increased its lead with two runs in the seventh. A passed ball scored M Sanders to start the scoring in the inning.

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Hubbard goes 6 but the Eagles lose to Southern Union CC 2-1

March 25, 2014

Krista Hubbard goes 6 but the Eagles lose to Southern Union CC 2-1

Krista Hubbard allowed just two runs on Tuesday at Wadley, AL, but the Eagles couldn't get the offense going in a 2-1 defeat to Southern Union CC.

#8 got the win for Southern Union CC. She allowed one run over seven innings. She struck out four, walked one and surrendered four hits.

Krista took the loss for the Eagles.

Southern Union CC jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first. #14 got things going for Southern Union CC with a double. A groundout by #9 then moved #14 from second to third. A few plays later, #14 stole home.

The game was never in doubt after the sixth, as Southern Union CC scored one run on a sacrifice fly by #12.

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Krista Hubbard helps the Eagles down Three Rivers CC 7-4

March 9, 2014

Krista Hubbard went 1-3 as the Eagles took home a 7-4 victory over Three Rivers CC in seven innings at Monroeville, AL on Sunday.

She doubled in the fourth inning. Kayla Jordan recorded the win for the Eagles. She allowed four runs over seven innings. She struck out one, walked one and surrendered six hits.

Three Rivers CC jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the first. Rendleman got things going for Three Rivers CC with a single. A stolen base then moved Rendleman from first to second.

The Eagles didn't relinquish the lead after scoring four runs in the second inning when they scored on a two-run double by Ali Parker, a fielder's choice, and an RBI single by Rebekah Blackstock.

The Eagles posted one run in each of the fourth, fifth and sixth. In the fourth, the Eagles scored on an RBI single by Shaniqua Washington, plating Krista.

Three runs in the top of the sixth helped Three Rivers CC close its deficit to 6-4. A three-run home run by #24 fueled Three Rivers CC's comeback. Finally, Kayla got Elfrink to fly out to end the threat.

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Lady Eagles Headed to State Tournament

Alabama Southern’s Lady Eagles finished the regular season with a 5-1 run to seal their overall record at 16-36 and their conference record at 8-8, giving them second place in the Southern Conference. The wins propelled the Lady Eagles into the state tournament, where they will face off against Marion Military at 10:00 Friday morning, May 3 in a double-elimination clash.


Offenses dominate as the Eagles outscore Central Alanama 11-10

March 19, 2014

The Eagles and Central Alabama lit up the scoreboard on Wednesday as they combined for 21 runs. In the end, Eagles won the offensive battle 11-10 in seven innings.

The teams combined for 22 hits, including seven extra base hits.

The game was back-and-forth heading into the seventh, with five lead changes.

The Eagles pulled out the win thanks to a strong seventh inning. The Eagles went up for good on an RBI single by Krista Hubbard off Guin, scoring Rebekah Blackstock.

Rebekah racked up four RBIs on four hits for the Eagles. She doubled in the third inning and singled in the first, fifth, and seventh innings.

Kayla Jordan got the win for the Eagles despite allowing 10 runs over seven innings. Kayla struck out five, walked three and gave up six hits.

Guin was the game's losing pitcher. She lasted just 4 1/3 innings, walked none, struck out four, and allowed five runs.

The bottom of the first saw the Eagles take an early lead, 3-0. The Eagles' rally started when Rebekah singled. A double by MaryCate Hereford then moved Rebekah from first to third. The Eagles then tacked on more runs when Hereford scored on an RBI single by Kari Waldrip and Jordan scored on an RBI single by Jessica Parnell.

Central Alabama scored one run in the third inning, and then followed it up with one more in the fourth. In the third, Central Alabama scored on a passed ball, plating Miller.

The Eagles answered Central Alabama's top inning with four runs of their own in the third. The Eagles scored on a three-run double by Rebekah and an RBI single by MaryCate.

The Eagles scored one run of their own in the fourth. The Eagles scored on an error.

Central Alabama brought home four runs in the sixth inning, and matched that run total in the seventh. In the sixth, Central Alabama scored on a bases loaded walk, scoring Messer.

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Rebekah Blackstock gives the Eagles late push to beat Enterprise-Ozark CC, 9-7

March 13, 2014

Rebekah Blackstock brought home the winning run to give the Eagles the lead in the sixth inning, as the Eagles hung on to beat Enterprise-Ozark CC 9-7 on Thursday.

Jessica Parnell doubled to get on base in the sixth. She then went from second to third on a passed ball.

The Eagles held off Enterprise-Ozark CC, as Enterprise-Ozark CC was unable to overcome a six-run sixth inning deficit.

Enterprise-Ozark CC scored four runs in the seventh on a two-run double by H Mckinney and two singles. Still, Enterprise-Ozark CC couldn't draw even.

MaryCate Hereford racked up two RBIs on two hits for the Eagles. She singled in the first inning and doubled in the sixth inning.

Kayla Jordan got the win for the Eagles despite allowing seven runs over seven innings. She struck out three, walked one and surrendered 11 hits.

The Eagles jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the bottom of the second. Ali Parker singled to ignite the Eagles' offense. A stolen base then moved Ali from second to third. Shaniqua Washington singled, plating Ali. The Eagles then tacked on more runs when Parnell scored on a groundout by Kari Waldrip and Washington scored on an RBI single by Baylee Stafford.

Enterprise-Ozark CC put up one run in each of the third, fourth and fifth. In the third, Enterprise-Ozark CC scored on an error, scoring A Prather.

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Sellers's big day not enough, as the Eagles lose 10-2 to Southern Union CC

March 25, 2014

Braeden Sellers's big day not enough, as the Eagles lose 10-2 to Southern Union CC

Despite a big day at the dish from Braeden Sellers, who finished 2-2, the Eagles lost 10-2 to Southern Union CC on Tuesday.

#31 recorded the win for Southern Union CC. She allowed two runs over five innings. She struck out two, walked one and surrendered five hits.

Southern Union CC was sparked by #3 and #00, who teamed up for five hits and five RBIs.

Krista Hubbard was charged with the loss. She allowed seven runs in three innings, walked three and struck out two.

The top of the first saw the Eagles take an early lead, 1-0.

Southern Union CC answered the Eagles' top inning with two runs of its own in the first. Southern Union CC scored on an RBI double by #3 and an error.

The game was never in doubt after the second, as Southern Union CC scored four runs on a three-run double by #3 and a sacrifice fly by #22.

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The Eagles can't stop Three Rivers CC's sixth inning rally in 5-4 loss

March 9, 2014

The Eagles lost a hotly contested 5-4 game in seven innings on Sunday after surrendering the lead in the sixth inning.

MaryCate Hereford was hot from the plate for the Eagles. MaryCate went 2-4, drove in one and scored two runs. She singled in the first inning and doubled in the fifth inning.

In the top of the first, Three Rivers CC grabbed the early lead, 1-0. A single by Friend, plating Rendleman started the inning off.

The Eagles survived Three Rivers CC's surge and put up one run of their own in the first. The Eagles scored on an error.

Three Rivers CC never surrendered the lead after the sixth inning, scoring three runs on an RBI double by Waybright and an RBI single by #3.

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The Eagles drop 10-1 game to East Central CC

Monday, February 24, 2014

Rebekah Blackstock went 3-3 at the plate, but the Eagles fell 10-1 to East Central CC on Monday.

Mallory Turner, Morgan Porter and Lindsey Beard helped lead East Central CC. They combined for five hits and three RBIs.

The lone run of the game for the Eagles crossed the plate in the first inning on an RBI double by MaryCate Hereford.

East Central CC never trailed after scoring two runs in the first on a two-run single by Lindsey.

East Central CC built upon its lead with eight runs in the second. Morgan started the inning with a double, plating KK Hopkins. That was followed up with a steal of home by Mallory.

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The Eagles drop 6-3 game to Wallace-Dothan CC despite efforts of Shaniqua Washington

Friday, February 28, 2014

Shaniqua Washington did all she could to give the Eagles a boost, but it wasn't enough to get past Wallace-Dothan CC, as the Eagles lost 6-3 in seven innings at Monroeville, AL on Friday.

Shaniqua racked up two RBIs on one hit for the Eagles. She tripled in the third inning.

Wallace-Dothan CC never trailed after scoring three runs in the first on two doubles.

After pushing across three runs in the bottom of the third, the Eagles faced just a 4-3 deficit. A two-run triple by Shaniqua and a groundout by MaryCate Hereford gave the Eagles life. But, Makayla Scott got Kayla Jordan to fly out to end the inning.

Wallace-Dothan CC added two more runs in the top of the seventh. The inning got off to a hot start when Alexis Clark singled, scoring Kayla Wiggins.

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The Eagles drop 9-3 game to Marion Military CC

March 14, 2014

Despite a big day at the dish from Jessica Parnell, who finished 2-3, the Eagles lost 9-3 to Marion Military CC on Friday.

Camacho got the win for Marion Military CC. She allowed three runs over five innings. Camacho struck out one, walked one and gave up eight hits.

Marion Military CC's Sayne, Strength, Anderson and Gauspohl combined for 10 hits and four RBIs.

Krista Hubbard took the loss for the Eagles. She allowed nine runs in six innings, walked two and struck out one.

The top of the first saw the Eagles take an early lead, 1-0. A double by Ali Parker, plating Krista started the inning off.

Marion Military CC never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring two runs on a groundout by Anderson.

Marion Military CC built upon its lead with four runs in the third. The inning got off to a hot start when Anderson doubled, scoring Sayne.

Two runs in the top of the sixth helped the Eagles close their deficit to 6-3. An RBI double by Jessica and an RBI single by Kari Waldrip sparked the Eagles' rally. Finally, Allen induced an inning-ending ground out from MaryCate Hereford.

It didn't take long for Marion Military CC to answer as it scored three runs of its own in the sixth. Marion Military CC scored on a two-run single by Anderson and an error.

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The Eagles fall 10-2 to Chattahoochee Valley despite Jessica Parnell's effort

March 7, 2014

Jessica Parnell did her best to will the Eagles to a win with a two-hit game, but the Eagles dropped a 10-2 contest to Chattahoochee Valley on Friday.

Kayla Jordan pitched lights out for the Eagles. Chattahoochee Valley managed just one hit off of Jordan, who allowed one earned run, walked none and struck out none during her 3 1/3 innings of work.

Chattahoochee Valley never trailed after scoring six runs in the first on a two-run error and three singles.

The Eagles got one-run rallies in the first inning and the fourth. In the first, the Eagles scored on an RBI single by Kayla, bringing home MaryCate Hereford.

One run in the bottom of the fourth helped the Eagles close their deficit to 6-2. An error gave the Eagles life. Finally, Hart induced an inning-ending ground out from Ashley Richerson.

Chattahoochee Valley tacked on another four runs in the fifth. A bases loaded walk scored Holley to get Chattahoochee Valley on the board in the inning.

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The Eagles fall 8-0 to Chipola College despite Shaniqua Washington's effort

Saturday, February 15, 2014

The Eagles wound up on the wrong side of a 8-0 score on Saturday at Marianna, FL, tasting defeat at the hands of Chipola College.

Chipola College was sparked by J Cottle and S Clark, who teamed up for three hits and four RBIs.

Chipola College never surrendered the lead after the first inning, scoring four runs on two doubles.

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The Eagles fall 9-1 to Marion Military CC despite Jessica Parnell's effort

March 14, 2014

The Eagles lost 9-1 to Marion Military CC Friday at Marion, AL despite Jessica Parnell's two-hit day at the dish.

Marion Military CC's lineup had no answer for Kayla Jordan. Marion Military CC managed just two hits off of Jordan, who allowed no earned runs, walked none and struck out six during her 2 2/3 innings of work.

The Eagles managed to score one run in the first inning on a fielder's choice.

Marion Military CC went up for good in the first, scoring six runs on two doubles, an error, a groundout by Miner, and an RBI single by Soos.

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The Eagles fall to Pearl River CC 5-3 in spite of Ashley Richerson's performance

Friday, February 07, 2014

Ashley Richerson did all she could to give the Eagles a boost, but it wasn't enough to get past Pearl River CC, as the Eagles lost 5-3 in seven innings on Friday.

The Eagles were led by a flawless day at the dish by Ashley, who went 3-3 against Pearl River CC's pitching. She singled in the third, fifth, and sixth innings.

Pearl River CC was sparked by Lewis and Emily Jackson, who teamed up for three hits and three RBIs.

The top of the third saw the Eagles take an early lead, 2-0. Baylee Stafford doubled to ignite the Eagles' offense, before Ashley singled, plating Shaniqua Washington. The Eagles pushed more runs across when Richerson scored on a passed ball.

Pearl River CC stayed on top until the final out after taking the lead in the third, scoring four runs on a two-run double by Lewis and an RBI single by Holloway.

After pushing across one run in the top of the fifth, the Eagles faced just a 4-3 deficit. An RBI double by Kelsey Ledkins gave the Eagles life. Finally, Hickman got Jessica Parnell to ground out to end the threat.

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The Eagles fall to Shelton State CC 6-5 in spite of Jessica Parnell's performance

March 15, 2014

Jessica Parnell did all she could to give the Eagles a boost, but it wasn't enough to get past Shelton State CC, as the Eagles lost 6-5 in seven innings at Auburn sportsplex on Saturday.

Jessica paced the Eagles at the plate. Jessica went 3-4, drove in one and scored two runs. She doubled in the fifth inning and singled in the first and seventh innings.

Yates got the win for Shelton State CC despite allowing five runs over seven innings. She struck out five, walked two and surrendered eight hits.

Kayla Jordan was charged with the loss. She allowed six runs in six innings, walked three and struck out seven.

The top of the first saw the Eagles take an early lead, 4-0. MaryCate Hereford got things going for the Eagles with a single. A stolen base then moved MaryCate from first to second. Jessica singled, bringing home MaryCate. The Eagles pushed more runs across when Hubbard scored when Baylee Stafford was hit by a pitch and Parnell and Parker scored on a two-run single by Kari Waldrip.

Shelton State CC never trailed after scoring four runs in the third on two doubles, a fielder's choice, and an RBI single by Benson.

After pushing across one run in the top of the fifth, the Eagles faced just a 6-5 deficit. A groundout by Ashley Richerson sparked the Eagles' rally. Kari flew out to end the Eagles threat.

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The Eagles make the most of 6 hits in 6-5 victory over Snead State

March 21, 2014

The Eagles make the most of 6 hits in 6-5 victory over Snead State

Both the Eagles and Snead State put runners aboard on Friday, but it was the Eagles that were able to take advantage, pulling out a 6-5 win at Lagoon park.

Snead State got 11 hits compared with just six for the Eagles, but Snead State stranded 11 on base.

Jessica Parnell racked up three RBIs on two hits for the Eagles. She singled in the second inning and doubled in the seventh inning.

Even though Kayla Jordan allowed five runs over seven innings she still recorded the victory. Kayla struck out one, walked three and gave up 11 hits.

Duncan was the game's losing pitcher. She lasted just zero innings, walked none, struck out none, and allowed no runs.

In the top of the first, Snead State grabbed the early lead, 2-0. #18 started the rally for Snead State with a double. A groundout by #4 then moved #18 from second to third. #44 doubled, scoring #18. The scoreboard lit up again for Snead State when scored on an RBI double by #12.

After posting one run in the second, the Eagles again scored one in the sixth. In the second, the Eagles scored on an RBI single by Kari Waldrip, bringing home Jessica.

Snead State posted one run in each of the third, sixth and seventh. In the third, Snead State scored on a solo home run by #23.

It didn't take long for the Eagles to answer as they scored four runs of their own in the seventh. The Eagles scored on a passed ball and a three-run double by Jessica.

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The Eagles make the most of 7 hits in 6-3 victory over Enterprise-Ozark CC

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

The Eagles and Enterprise-Ozark CC both had scoring chances on Tuesday, but it was the Eagles that were able to capitalize on them as they pulled out a 6-3 win at Enterprise,AL.

Enterprise-Ozark CC had 10 hits compared with the Eagles' seven, but Enterprise-Ozark CC stranded 12 runners on base.

Chelsea Gholson racked up two RBIs on two hits for the Eagles. She singled in the second inning and doubled in the seventh inning.

Kayla Jordan got the win for the Eagles. She allowed three runs over seven innings. She struck out nine, walked two and surrendered 10 hits.

The bottom of the first saw Enterprise-Ozark CC take an early lead, 2-0. T Mack started the rally for Enterprise-Ozark CC with a single. Then moved T Mack from first to second. Enterprise-Ozark CC pushed more runs across when Holland scored on an RBI single by N Wilfong.

The Eagles never trailed after scoring four runs in the second on a two-run double by Shaniqua Washington and an RBI single by Chelsea.

After pushing across one run in the bottom of the fourth, Enterprise-Ozark CC faced just a 4-3 deficit. An RBI double by T Mack fueled Enterprise-Ozark CC's comeback. Finally, Kayla got M Sanders to ground out to end the threat.

The Eagles got one-run rallies in the sixth inning and the seventh. In the sixth, the Eagles scored on a steal of home, scoring Rebekah Blackstock.

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The Eagles muster 1 hit, drop 11-1 contest to Chatt State

Sunday, February 16, 2014

The Eagles dropped an 11-1 decision to Chatt State at Chipola college on Sunday.

Kayla Jordan baffled Chatt State, striking out five batters. Kayla allowed four earned runs, six hits and three walks over five innings.

Chatt State was sparked by B Williams and S Ferguson, who teamed up for four hits and six RBIs.

Chatt State went up for good in the first, scoring seven runs on two doubles and a two-run home run by S Ferguson.

The Eagles managed to score one run in the first inning on an error.

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The Eagles muster 6 hits, drop 8-0 contest to East Central CC

Saturday, February 08, 2014

The Eagles muster 6 hits, drop 8-0 contest to East Central CC

Shaniqua Washington went 3-3 at the plate, but the Eagles fell 8-0 to East Central CC at Monroeville, AL on Saturday.

Heather Thomason had an impressive outing against East Central CC's lineup. East Central CC managed just three hits off of Thomason, who allowed one earned run, walked one and struck out one during her four innings of work.

East Central CC was sparked by Morgan Porter and Ty Buckley, who teamed up for five hits and four RBIs.

The game's last lead went to East Central CC thanks to a first inning rally that saw three runs cross the plate on an RBI double by Makayla Kelly and two singles.

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The Eagles outslug Wallace-Dothan CC in 3-2 defeat

Friday, February 28, 2014

The Eagles lost 3-2 in seven innings on Friday, despite outhitting Wallace-Dothan CC nine to eight.

MaryCate Hereford had a hot bat for the Eagles. MaryCate went 2-4, drove in one and scored one run. She singled in the fourth inning and doubled in the seventh inning.

Wallace-Dothan CC never trailed after scoring two runs in the first on a two-run double by Chelsea Sizemore.

After pushing across one run in the bottom of the fourth, the Eagles faced just a 2-1 deficit. An RBI double by Kayla Jordan set off the Eagles rally. Terrell ended the inning by getting Braeden Sellers to fly out.

After pushing across one run in the bottom of the seventh, the Eagles faced just a 3-2 deficit. An RBI double by MaryCate triggered the Eagles' comeback. The game went final when Kayla.

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The Eagles surrender sixth inning lead to Pearl River CC in 7-3 defeat

Thursday, February 20, 2014

The Eagles lost the ballgame after losing the lead in the sixth inning Thursday, as Pearl River CC grabbed a 7-3 victory in seven innings at Monroeville, AL.

Shaniqua Washington had a hot bat for the Eagles. Shaniqua went 2-4 and scored one run. She singled in the third and seventh innings.

The bottom of the first saw the Eagles take an early lead, 1-0.

Pearl River CC went up for good in the sixth, scoring three runs on two doubles and an error.

Pearl River CC increased its lead with three runs in the seventh. A single by Kelsea Lewis ignited the offense,, scoring Scronce.

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The Eagles take out Enterprise-Ozark CC with help from Jessica Parnell, 4-1

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

The Eagles take out Enterprise-Ozark CC with help from Jessica Parnell, 4-1

Jessica Parnell went 1-2 and hit a home run, sparking the Eagles to a 4-1 victory in seven innings over Enterprise-Ozark CC on Tuesday.

She homered in the fourth inning.

Heather Thomason worked out of four tricky spots for the Eagles. She pitched seven innings and allowed one earned run on seven hits. Heather faced her most difficult moment in the sixth inning.

The Eagles went up for good in the first, scoring one run on a groundout by Ali Parker.

The Eagles tallied one run in each of the fourth, sixth and seventh. In the fourth, the Eagles scored on a solo home run by Jessica.

The lone run of the game for Enterprise-Ozark CC crossed the plate in the sixth inning on a sacrifice fly by A Prather.

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The Eagles top Central Alabama in back-and-forth affair, 7-6

March 19, 2014

The Eagles and Central Alabama traded the lead five times on Wednesday, but the Eagles ended up on top with a 7-6 win in seven innings over Central Alabama.

The Eagles took the lead in the seventh inning and held on for the victory. The Eagles scored on a solo home run by Jessica Parnell off Guin.

The Eagles were led by a flawless day at the dish by Jessica, who went 3-3 against Central Alabama's pitching.

Krista Hubbard got the win for the Eagles. She allowed two runs over four innings. She struck out four, walked two and surrendered three hits.

Central Alabama jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the top of the second. A single by Clinkenbeard, bringing home Lopez started the inning off. The scoreboard lit up again for Central Alabama when Rainwaier and Messer scored on a two-run double by Miller.

The Eagles brought home one run in the second inning, and matched that run total in the seventh. In the second, the Eagles scored on a groundout by Rebekah Blackstock, scoring Jessica.

It didn't take long for the Eagles to respond as they scored two runs of their own in the third. The Eagles scored on an RBI single by Kayla Jordan and a fielder's choice.

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The Eagles top Chatt Valley in back-and-forth affair, 4-3

March 21, 2014

The Eagles top Chattahoochee Valley in back-and-forth affair, 4-3

The Eagles outlasted Chattahoochee Valley on Friday after five lead changes, squeaking out a 4-3 win at Montgomery, AL Lagoon Park.

The Eagles took the lead in the eighth inning and held on for the victory. The Eagles went up for good on an RBI single by Ali Parker off Garner, scoring Krista Hubbard.

Kayla Jordan got the win for the Eagles. She allowed three runs over eight innings. She struck out five, walked two and surrendered 10 hits.

Garner ended up on the wrong side of the pitching decision, charged with the loss. She lasted just 6 1/3 innings, walked none, struck out none, and allowed three runs.

Chattahoochee Valley broke a scoreless tie in the fifth inning, pushing across fifth. Chattahoochee Valley scored on an RBI single by #6.

It didn't take long for the Eagles to respond as they scored one run of their own in the fifth. The Eagles scored on an RBI single by Rebekah Blackstock.

It didn't take long for the Eagles to answer as they scored two runs of their own in the seventh. The Eagles scored on a two-run single by MaryCate Hereford.

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The Eagles top Pearl River CC in back-and-forth affair, 7-2

Friday, February 07, 2014

After four lead changes in Friday's game at Poplarville, MS, the Eagles finally pulled out a 7-2 win over Pearl River CC.

The Eagles took the lead in the second inning and held on for the victory. The Eagles went up for good on an RBI double by Kelsey Ledkins off Shelby Perry, scoring Ali Parker.

Ali went a perfect 3-3 at the dish for the Eagles. She singled in the second and third innings and doubled in the fifth inning.

Kayla Jordan was a workhorse on the rubber while bagging the win for the Eagles. Kayla allowed two earned runs, seven hits and no walks while striking out five over seven innings of work.

Hawkins was the game's losing pitcher. She lasted just five innings, walked one, struck out two, and allowed two runs.

The top of the first saw the Eagles take an early lead, 1-0. After Shaniqua Washington singled, Kayla doubled, plating Shaniqua.

After a quick strike from the Eagles, Pearl River CC responded with two runs in the first. Pearl River CC scored on a two-run home run by Brooke Roberts.

The Eagles went up for the duration of the game after the second inning. Additional runs came from an RBI single by Ali.

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Thomason Signs With ASCC

January 26, 2013

Tate High School senior Heather Thomason has signed a softball scholarship with Alabama Southern Community College in Monroeville.

Thomason is a two-year member of the varsity softball team as a pitcher and infielder. She played for the Molino Lady Astros for the past two years. In 2006, she played on the Xtreme Energy team that won the 10U World Series in Panama City, and in 2007 was with the Emerald Coast Comets who finished third in the 12U World Series.

Thomason was a member of the varsity volleyball team for three years and also lettered in cross country.

Pictured: (L-R, seated) bother Tyler Thomason, mother Kim Thomason, Heather Thomason, father Pat Thomason, (standing) Tate Coach Melinda Wyatt and Alabama Southern Community College Coach Elaine Covin. Submitted photo for NorthEscambia.com.

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Wallace State's Hill, Lee, Benson and Campell combined for nine hits and five RBIs.

March 15, 2014

Wallace State went up for good in the first, scoring one run on.

Wallace State got one-run rallies in the third inning and the sixth. In the third, Wallace State scored on an RBI single by Benson, scoring Campell.

One run in the bottom of the fourth helped the Eagles close their deficit to 2-1. A groundout by Ali Parker fueled the Eagles' comeback. Finally, Doran got Kayla Jordan to fly out to end the threat.

Wallace State increased its lead with four runs in the fifth. A single by Lee ignited the offense, bringing home Hill. That was followed up by Benson's three-run blast, bringing home Jordan and Lee.

A one-run sixth inning helped bring the Eagles within five. A sacrifice fly by Rebekah Blackstock gave the Eagles life. Doran ended the inning by getting MaryCate Hereford to strike out.

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Walter State at ASCC

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Walter State was sparked by A Eison and L Dreitlein, who teamed up for five hits and three RBIs.

In the top of the first, Walter State grabbed the early lead, 1-0. Walter State got things going when A Eison singled. A stolen base then moved A Eison from first to second. L singled, scoring A Eison.

It didn't take long for the Eagles to respond as they scored one run of their own in the first. The Eagles scored on an error.

Walter State never trailed after scoring one run in the second on.

One run in the bottom of the fifth helped the Eagles close their deficit to 4-2. An RBI single by MaryCate Hereford gave the Eagles life. Finally, E Kendrick got Kayla Jordan to ground out to end the threat.

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