Southern Christian Shows Promise in Inaugural JV Baseball Season

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The Southern Christian Athletics junior varsity baseball team wrapped up its debut season with a loss at Chambers Academy and a split doubleheader with Heritage in Hoover.

The Rebels of Chambers Academy pitching staff hampered the Patriot offense by winning a 3-1 decision, allowing only one run by Miller Wilson on an RBI single from Jagger Scott.

The following week saw the Patriots travel to Conecuh Springs Christian School in Union Springs, where the offense came alive in a 22-1 rout. Jedd Scott and Jaxx Adams held the home team’s bats at bay while the Patriots amassed 12 hits. Jayden McKee and JD Dallas each scored four runs.

Last week, Southern Christian closed out their season by traveling to Hoover to take on Heritage Home School in a doubleheader. Jayden McKee pitched a masterful game and added two hits as SCA won the first game, 3-2. The bats failed to respond as effectively in the nightcap as Heritage’s fire-balling right-hander shut out the Patriots, 3-0.

SCA finished their inaugural JV baseball season with a record of 14-7. The future holds considerable promise as the team matures and improves.

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