High school roundup: Smiths Station drops first game with Opelika

FROM STAFF REPORTSApril 2, 2014 

OPELIKA, Ala. -- Smiths Station fell 3-1 in the first of a three-game series with Opelika on Wednesday.

The Panthers' lone run of the game came on a solo home run from Grey Norton in the third inning. Opelika notched runs in the second, fifth and sixth innings to earn the victory.

The two teams play a doubleheader today in Smiths Station to round out the series.Wednesday at Opelika

Smiths Sta. 001 000 0 --1 3 1

Opelika 010 011 x --3 5 0

WP-- Arnold. LP-- Max Newton. Hitting leaders-- Smiths Station, Grey Norton HR. Records-- Smiths Station, 14-14. Next-- Thursday, doubleheader vs. Opelika at Smiths Station.

marion county 4,

pacelli 1

The Marion County baseball team topped Pacelli 4-1 on Wednesday at Pacelli. The Eagles limited Pacelli to three hits on a complete-game effort from pitcher Dylan Price. Price also recorded a double and drove in one of Maron County's runs. Other RBIs came from Trent Miller, Brandon Dumas and C.J. Dudley. Whit Crawford drove in Pacelli's lone run of the afternoon.Wednesday at Pacelli

Marion Co. 012 001 0 --4 7 0

Pacelli 001 000 0 --1 3 3

WP--Dylan Price. LP--Daniel Mudge. Hitting leaders-- Marion County, Price 1-3, 2B, RBI, Brandon Dumas 2-4, RBI, Trent Miller 1-2, RBI; Pacelli, Whit Crawford 1-3, RBI. Records-- Pacelli, 3-15. Next-- Pacelli, April 11 vs. Brookstone at Deimel Field.

Boys SOCCER

PACELLI 3,

DOOLY COUNTY 0

The Pacelli boys soccer team scored a 3-0 win over Dooly County at Woodruff Soccer Complex on Wednesday behind a pair of goals from Matt Meyer. Johnny Jacobs added the team's third goal, and Manuel Duran had an assist. Goalkeeper Daniel Mansfield recorded four saves in goal.Wednesday at Woodruff Soccer Complex

Goals-- Pacelli, Matt Meyer, 2, Johnny Jacobs, 1. Assists-- Manuel Duran, 1. Goalies-- Daniel Mansfield, 4 saves. Records-- Pacelli, 5-9. Next: Pacelli, Friday vs. Smiths Station.

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