PREP BASEBALL: Bats come alive for Cullman in 13-2 area win over East Limestone
CULLMAN - Brent Patterson had a feeling his Cullman baseball squad was long overdue for a big offensive game sooner rather than later.
On Tuesday, that's exactly what the Bearcat coach received.
The Class 5A No. 3 Black and Gold (15-7) garnered at least two runs in every inning, collected 12 hits and whooped area-rival East Limestone 13-2 in Game 1 of a doubleheader at Bill Shelton Field.
"Our bats came out today," Patterson said. "I felt like we had been on the verge of breaking out and it happened tonight. We were able to get a couple of runs early and that took a little... read more
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