College Sports RoundupBy Staff Reports Published 9:55pm Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Editor’s note: Below is a compilation of the statistics and achievements compiled by graduates of Chilton County area schools who now compete at the college level.
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Chance Calloway (Chilton County 2012) captured his second win of the season by delivering a game-high five strikeouts in his first complete-game effort of the season for Lurleen B. Wallace Community College (17-14, 7-8 Alabama Community College Conference) in a 10-5 victory at Enterprise State Community College (14-13, 6-0 Alabama Community College Conference) on March 19 in Enterprise.
In the competition, the sophomore hurler allowed seven hits and three earned runs.
For the season, he totals nine appearances and six starts to compile a 2-2 record, 35.2 innings, 24 strikeouts and a 2.52 ERA.
Alex Campbell (Jemison 2013) contributed one RBI for Wallace Community College-Selma (12-9) in a 7-4 loss at home against Meridian Community College (16-13, 2-1) on March 17 in Selma.
As an infielder, the freshman totals six RBI, one double and a .229 batting average.
He adds versatility, totaling eight appearances and five starts as a pitcher to compile a 0-2 record, 39 innings, 17 strikeouts and a 3.00 ERA.
Cameron Cummings (Chilton County 2013) batted 1-for-4 with one RBI for the University of South Alabama (12-10, 3-2 Sun Belt Conference) in a 9-6 triumph at University of Arkansas at Little Rock (11-10, 1-5 Sun Belt Conference) on March 21 in Little Rock, Ark.
For the season, the freshman infielder totals five RBI, two runs scored, one stolen base and a .211 batting average.
Craig Headley (Chilton County 2013) batted 2-for-3 with one run scored and one RBI for Jefferson Davis Community College (11-15) in a 10-3 triumph at Huntingdon College junior varsity on March 19 in Montgomery. For the season, the freshman catcher tallies nine RBI, eight runs scored, three doubles, one stolen base and a .302 batting average.
Bo Hoffman (Thorsby 2013) compiles four appearances and two starts for Marion Military Institute (6-21-1, 1-8 Alabama Community College Conference) to contribute a 1-1 record, seven innings, three strikeouts and an 11.57 ERA.
Stephen Mims (Maplesville 2013) contributed two strikeouts in a 4 2/3-inning effort in his first start as a pitcher for Wallace Community College-Selma (12-19) in an 8-1 loss at home against Meridian Community College on March 17 in Selma.
For the season, the freshman hurler totals two appearances to compile an 0-1 record, 6 2/3 innings pitched, three strikeouts and a 1.35 ERA.
Chilton County High School graduate Forrest Knight continues his integral role for the University of the North Alabama golf program, capturing back-to-back scoring efforts.
From March 10-11, the freshman produced the No. 1 performance for the Lions after collecting a tie for 13th place at the Southeastern Collegiate, hosted by Valdosta State University at Kinderlou Forest Golf Club in Valdosta, Ga.
In the competition, he produced a three-round score of 218 (73-73-72).
Barry University swept the field of 18 teams with a total of 861, while UNA captured seventh with a score of 884.
From March 17-18, Knight posted a tie for 78th at the Bobcat Intercollegiate Invitational, hosted by Georgia College and State University in Eatonton, Ga.
In the competition, he finished with a two-round total of 161 (86-75).
University of South Carolina Aiken captured first among the field 16 teams with a score of 591, while UNA collected 10th with a total of 609.
Andy Phillips (Maplesville 2011) competed in the saddle bronc riding event at the Southern Arkansas Rodeo for the University of West Alabama, which finished fifth.
Zachary Wilson (Billingsley 2012) contributed in the calf roping event at the Southern Arkansas Rodeo for University of West Alabama.
Nelson Wyatt (Chilton County 2011) captured runner-up in the steer wrestling event at the Southern Arkansas Rodeo with 110 points for Troy University on March 15 in Magnolia, Ark.
In the competition, the junior scored all of his team’s points en route to leading Troy to finish seventh among the field of 10 teams.
Brianna Cleckler (Chilton County 2013) contributed a game-high six strikeouts and allowed one earned run in her 11th complete-game effort of the season for Southern Union State Community College (30-8) in a 12-1 triumph against Bishop State Community College (10-9) on March 22 in Montgomery.
For the season, the freshman hurled totals 20 appearance and 17 starts to contribute a 12-3 record, 96 innings, 67 strikeouts and a 1.97 ERA.
Tiffany Guin (Jemison 2012) improved her record to 11-5 after delivering a game-high in strikeouts for Central Alabama Community College (22-11) in a 14-5 victory at Lurleen B. Wallace Community College (5-19) on March 21 in Montgomery.
In the competition, the sophomore right-hander entered midway through the first inning for Callie Reed, who produced one strikeout and allowed five walks and four earned runs.
In a 6 2/3-inning effort, Guin allowed seven hits and one earned run.
For the season, she tallies 19 appearances and 11 starts to contribute two saves, five complete games, 63 2/3 innings and a 4.40 ERA.
Shelby Lopez (Jemison 2012) batted 2-for-5 with two runs scored and two RBI for Central Alabama Community College (22-11) in a 14-5 victory against Lurleen B. Wallace Community College (5-19) on March 21 in Montgomery.
For the season, the infielder tallies 20 runs scored, 14 RBI, seven doubles, five stolen bases, one triple, one home run and a .273 batting average.
Meliah Matthews (Marbury 2010) batted 1-for-3 for Judson College in a 4-0 loss at Point University (9-17) on March 21 in West Point, Ga.
The senior is a Clanton native.
Season statistics were not available.
Lauren Stewart (Chilton County 2012) batted 2-for-3 with one run scored for Southern Union State Community College (30-8) in a 12-1 triumph at home against Bishop State Community College (10-9) on March 22 in Montgomery.
For the season, the catcher provides seven runs scored, seven RBIs, three doubles and a .349 batting average.
Women’s outdoor track and field
Lori Davis (Billingsley 2012) captured runner-up in the javelin at the Texas Southern Relays with a launch of 120 feet, 1.75 inches for Alabama State University on March 21 in Houston.
–Compiled by Christopher Graber