College Sports Roundup

Published 5:34 pm Wednesday, February 26, 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) contributed five innings and did not allow an earned run as the starting pitcher for Lurleen Wallace Community College (7-5) in a 2-1 triumph at home against Pensacola State College (2-12) on Feb. 7 in Andalusia.

In the contest, the sophomore right-hander collected a game-high five strikeouts and allowed three hits.

For the season, he tallies 12.1 innings through four appearances and two starts to contribute 10 strikeouts and a 0.73 ERA.

Alex Campbell (Jemison 2013) continues to contribute as a catalyst on the mound and at the plate in his first season for Wallace Community College Selma.

Through 10 appearances as a first baseman, the freshman is 5-for-20 (.400 batting average) with four RBI and one double.

In four appearances and two starts as a pitcher, the right-hander compiles a team-high 18 innings, seven strikeouts and a 3.00 ERA.

Cameron Cummings (Chilton County 2013) finished 1-for-5 for South Alabama (2-4) in a 5-0 defeat of New Orleans (2-3) on Feb. 21 in New Orleans.

For the season, the freshman outfielder is 5-for-13 (.385-batting average) with two RBI and one stolen base.

Bo Hoffman (Thorsby 2013) collected his first collegiate start as a pitcher for Marion Military Institute (1-9-1) in an 11-4 loss at home against Lawson State Community College (9-3) on Feb. 7 in Marion.

In the contest, the freshman right-hander provided two innings, allowed two hits and did not allow an earned run.

Stephen Mims (Thorsby 2013) tallied his first collegiate appearance by contributing as a relief pitcher to close out the final two innings of a 12-4 victory for Wallace Community College Selma (6-8) at home against Lawson State Community College on Feb. 22 in Selma.

Men’s basketball

Taylor Hughes (Chilton County 2010) compiled a season-high six assists, three points and three rebounds for Huntingdon College (10-14, 9-5 USA South Athletic Conference) in a 108-78 loss at Maryville College (18-7, 13-1 USA South Athletic Conference) on Feb. 22 in Maryville, Tenn.

For the season, the 6-foot-1 guard totals 1.3 points per game, 0.9 rebounds per game and 0.7 assists per game.

Tre Bryant (Jemison 2012) totals seven appearances and one start as a 5-foot-11 guard for Huntingdon College to total 2.3 ppg, 0.9 rpg and 0.7 apg.

Women’s basketball

Markeshia Bailey (Maplesville 2013) compiles six appearances and one start as a 5-foot-7 guard for Wallace Community College-Selma (11-13, 8-3 Alabama Community College Conference).

Sharonda Cooper (Thorsby 2012) produced two points and one rebound for Faulkner State Community College (11-15, 3-8 Alabama Community College Conference) in a 50-46 victory at home against Alabama Southern Community College (11-16, 7-4 Alabama Community College Conference) on Feb. 17 in Bay Minette.

For the season, the 5-foot-10 guard totals 2.0 ppg, 1.2 rpg and 0.5 apg.


Shelby Lopez (Jemison 2012) boasts a .364 batting average and a .636 slugging percentage en route to leading Central Alabama Community College to a 4-0 record to start the season.

On Feb. 6, the sophomore finished 1-for-3 with two RBI and one walk in a 9-3 victory in Game 1 of a series at Huntingdon College (1-2) in Montgomery.

In Game 2, she added a walk in an 11-0 trouncing of HC on Feb. 9.

For the season, she tallies four RBI, three runs scored, two stolen bases, one double and one triple heading into the next competition at home against East Mississippi Community College (4-5) on Feb. 21 in Alexander City.

Women’s indoor track and field

Lori Davis (Billingsley 2012) concluded her sophomore season for Alabama State University by collecting a collegiate personal record time of 11.61 seconds in the 60-meter hurdles.

She added season bests in the shot put and weight throw of 26-10.75 and 28-5, respectively.

–Compiled by Christopher Graber