Newspaper article The Tuscaloosa News

Sipsey Valley's Cody Mills Tosses Two-Hit Shutout

Newspaper article The Tuscaloosa News

Sipsey Valley's Cody Mills Tosses Two-Hit Shutout

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HOOVER | Cody Mills threw a two-hit shutout Wednesday, and the Sipsey Valley High School baseball team defeated Spain Park 2-0 at the Hoover Met.

Continuing in the Hoover Buccaneer Classic, Sipsey Valley rallied with three runs in the seventh inning but lost to Hartselle 4-3 in a game at Hoover High School.

Mills (3-2) gave up one walk and finished with six strikeouts.

Sipsey Valley got its first run in the first inning. After Mills singled, courtesy runner Cole Beck went to second on a passed ball and scored on a single by Nate Harcrow.

In the third, Blake Gray walked, and Mills was hit by a pitch. Harcrow singled again to drive in Gray.

Harcrow went 2-for-3. Gray went 2-for-3 with a double, and Mills went 2-for-3.

Landen Davis (4-3) pitched a complete game while taking the loss against Hartselle. He allowed seven hits, three earned runs and one walk and struck out three.

Hatselle scored one run in the first inning, one in the fourth and two in the seventh.

In the bottom of the seventh, Davis drew a walk. Beck, the courtesy runner, was forced out when Brady Holcomb reached on a fielder's choice. After Tyler Duncan reached on an error, Sam Lee flew out to left field. Gray reached on an error to load the bases. Mills doubled in two runs, and Garret Lewis had a run-scoring single. With runners at first and third, Harcrow flied out to second base to end the game.

Sipsey Valley (20-10) won its pool and is the No. 3 seed. The Bears play Vestavia Hills at 9 this morning at the Hoover Met.

Hillcrest 13,

Bob Jones 10 (10 innings)

GULF SHORES | The Hillcrest Patriots tied it with a run in the seventh inning and added three in the 10th to defeat Bob Jones in the Gulf Coast Classic.

Austin Williams (3-0) pitched four scoreless innings to get the win. He allowed one hit and struck out fie.

Hillcrest scored four runs in the first inning, two in the fourth, two in the fifth and one in the sixth. Bob Jones scored two runs in the first, five in the second and three in the sixth. …

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