Hartselle played three games Saturday, bookended by wins over Buckhorn and Bob Jones.
Easton Chenault scored four runs in the 12-0 win against Buckhorn, while Brett Blackwood homered and knocked in three runs.
Chris Brown added a two-run homer and three walks.
Tigers pitcher Tillman Landers threw two innings, allowing no runs or hits, while Levi Tapscott gave up one hit in three innings.
In the second game, Hartselle fell to Oak Mountain 7-5. Blackwood had an RBI, a double and a walk, while Aaron Lamb was 2-for-4 with a double, a single and one RBI.
In the final game, the Tigers defeated Bob Jones 11-6 as winning pitcher Dakota Flowers threw four innings, allowing five hits with six strikeouts.
Deacon Aldridge, Lamb, Blake Slayton and Daniel Conley had singles, while Chris Brown had three hits, including a pair of doubles and two runs scored.
Hartselle (5-2) will host Decatur on Tuesday.
Clements 6-8, Rogers 5-1: In the first game, Caleb Sherrill was 2-for-3 with a single and a three-run homer. Justin Wyatt had two hits, while Alec VanWaghen and Seth Hamilton had one hit each. Clay Russell also went 3-for-3 from the plate. Sherrill was also the winning pitcher.
In the second game, VanWaghen led the Colts with three hits, while Cole Wyatt, Cody Dancom and Hamilton had one hit each.
Clements (4-0) will host Tanner at home Monday.
Elkmont 7, West Morgan 6: Elkmont’s Michael Haney homered and doubled for the Red Devils (2-0). Jared Bailey doubled twice, singled and knocked in two runs, and Bryant Wells had a double, a single and two RBIs.
Rhett Bailey pitched 1 2/3 innings for the win.
West Morgan’s Trey Mathis doubled, singled and knocked in a run, while Blake New collected a double and an RBI, and Brad Wilson doubled.
West Morgan (1-1) hosts Falkville at 4:30 p.m. Monday.
Muscle Shoals 3, Priceville 2: Ryan Madewell had a double and one RBI in the Bulldogs’ loss.
Mars Hill 9, Hatton 7: Michael Walker had two singles and scored two runs for Hatton.
Tyler Gooch went 3-for-4 with two singles, a double, one RBI and two runs in the loss.
Priceville 14, Hatton 4: Winning pitcher Dillon Campbell threw four innings with four strikeouts and surrendered no runs for the Bulldogs (1-4). Jake Hamilton had two singles and one RBI, Allen Smithson had two singles and Madewell had two doubles and two RBIs.
Trey Hallmark had a single, two walks and two RBI, while Walker added a single, a walk and a run for Hatton.
Hatton 5, Central 3: Taylor Latham pitched 4 1/3 innings for Hatton, with four strikeouts, six hits and three runs before relief pitcher Walker pitched 2 2/3 innings to take home the win for Hatton (1-3).
Walker had four strikeouts, three hits gave up no runs in the victory.
Gooch added a single, a walk, one RBI and two runs, while Walker had a single and scored a run. Trey Nichols and Harrison Burden had a single and one RBI each.
Decatur 19, West Limestone 2: Winning pitcher Drake Whitten threw a complete game, with six strikeouts and two runs.
Harold Blades led the Red Raiders with three runs and four RBIs. Will Gann added two runs and three RBIs, while Mitch Davidson had two runs and a bases-clearing triple. Keith Layton, Trevor Givens and Heath Harrison each added one run.
Decatur 11, Madison Academy 1: Gann threw a complete game, had 12 strikeouts and gave up one earned run as the Red Raiders beat the Mustangs in six innings, improving their record to 2-1.
Blades and Gann scored two runs each.
Austin 6, Ardmore 0: Peyton Miller homered with two singles in the win over Ardmore in the Athens-East Limestone tournament Friday.
Winning pitcher Riley Camp threw five innings with 10 strikeouts and two walks, allowing one hit. Jimmy Pritchett and Seth Richardson had one double each, while Chandler Busing and Chris Sparkman singled.
Austin 2, Sparkman 1: Miguel Palomino and Jonathan Ramirez scored in the win for the Black Bears (4-0-1).
Cornerstone Christian 54, Conecuh Springs 49: In the ACEAA state championship, Cornerstone Christian came from behind in the fourth quarter to top Conecuh Springs and take the state title. Two players had a double-double in the win. David Clark had scored 17 points with 16 rebounds, while Gage Crowder scored 10 points and 13 rebounds. Jordan Dodd scored 13 and Christian Lewis added 12 points.
Conecuh Springs was led by David McClure with 22 points.
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