Boynton on Wednesday, the Generals got a masterful and efficient performance from senior Tripp Church, who gave up just three hits and one walk, while striking out six Raiders in five innings on the
mound. Church threw just 66 pitches, 47 of which went for strikes.
Up 3-0 after one inning, the Generals put the game on ice with an eight-spot in the bottom of the second. Six different players had RBIs in the frame.
Gibson had a solid night with two hits, two runs scored and a
team-high three RBIs. Alex Coulter was 2-for-2. Campbell tripled and had two RBIs. Letzgus doubled and picked up an RBI, while Grant and Jonathan Hickman were also credited with RBIs.
Heritage 10, Southeast 0
The polished off the sweep back at home on Friday, breaking open a close game with six runs in the bottom of the third inning. Dockery belted a solo home run as part of the third inning outburst. It was his team-leading sixth home run of the year and tied the Heritage single-season mark that he equaled a year ago.
Gibson, Letzgus, Justin Morris and Blake Bryan also had RBIs in the inning as the Navyand-Red finished the night with 14 hits.
Campbell was 3-for3. Wilcox had two hits, including a double, to go with one RBI and two runs scored. Grant was 2-for-4 with one RBI and Letzgus ended the night with three RBIs.
Hickman pitched four innings of three-hit ball, striking out five and walking none in the win. Morris struck out three in his one inning.
The Generals will look to take control of the region when they entertain second-place Pickens in a three-game series this week. The Dragons are two games back in the standings.