FLORENCE — UNA swept Delta State in a softball doubleheader Thursday, improving to .500 in Gulf South Conference play.
Nikki Hodges singled to center field in the bottom of the 10th inning to score the winning run for UNA (16-6, 3-3 GSC) in a 6-5 win in the nightcap.
The Lions won the opener 11-2 against Delta State (7-11, 2-4).
UNA trailed 4-2 in the nightcap before rallying with single runs in the sixth and seventh innings to force extras.
Each team scored in the eighth and it remained tied until the international tie-breaker rule put Dani Collwill on second, she advanced to third on a wild pitch and scored on Hodges’ hit.
Kayla Sneed (1-0) got the win, allowed one run on six hits in the final 5 2/3 innings.
Mars Hill 19, Colbert Heights 1: Glenn Irby was the wiinning pitcher, striking out eight batters and allowing no hits in three innings of work. He also had two hits and four RBIs for Mars Hill (8-3).
Thomas Burrows had two hits and three RBIs while Logan Foote also had two hits for the Panthers.
Covenant Christian 13, Belgreen 1: Shawn Crumpton struck out 15 and allowed one hit in a five-inning, mercy-rule win for Covenant (1-4).
Sam Griffin was 3-for-3 with a double, a triple and an RBI for the Eagles, who scored six runs in the second inning.
Central 14, Phil Campbell 3: Justin Pennington had three hits and three RBIs, including a two-run triple during a four-run first inning for Central (10-3) in a five-inning win.
The Wildcats added eight runs in the fourth, including a two-run single by Tyler Robb, who got the win in a complete game, scattering six hits.
Nic Murhpy, Jacob Gean, Cole Michael and Robb (three RBIs) had two hits each.
Jamie Dora had two hits for Phil Campbell.
Lauderdale County 16, Colbert Heights 0: Caid Cornelius struck out 10 in a five-inning, one-hitter for Lauderdale County (2-10).
The Tigers scored seven in the first, including a John Trousdale two-run single, and added seven in third, including a Blake Newton two-run double, and eight batters had multiple hits.
Wilson 3, Phil Campbell 2: Mark Hughes had two hits and drove in the go-ahead run as Wilson edged Phil Campbell.
The Warriors trailed 1-0 after the first inning, before responding with a run in each of the next three innings. The Bobcats added a run in the fourth, but their comeback bid fell short.
Austin Barkley got the win for Wilson (5-2) with six strikeouts over five innings and Drew Barton earned the save.
Winfield 9, Hackleburg 4: Will Addison had a two-out double with the bases loaded as Winfield scored six runs in the sixth inning to rally past Hackleburg in the Marion County Tournament.
The Panthers scored three runs in the fourth inning to claim a 4-3 lead, but could not hang on late.
Seth Moore led Hackleburg (4-1) with two doubles and an RBI.
Waterloo 4, Shoals Christian 0: Abby Austin struck out eight and allowed four hits in a shutout.
Madison Carter (RBI) and Savannah Sherow had two hits each for Waterloo (5-1).
Hatton 9, West Morgan 3: Hillary Carpenter got the win, striking out three and allowing five hits in seven innings for Hatton (5-0).
Victoria Crumpton tripled and drove in a run, while Danya Snead (RBI) Carpenter (RBI) and Jami Hunter (two RBIs) each doubled. Carey Grace Peebles had two hits and two RBIs.
Deshler 7, Central 5: Mackenzie Roberts hit a solo home run in the second inning and drove in the two go-ahead runs in the bottom of the six for Deshler.
Bailey Nelson ripped a three-run homer for Central in the third for a 3-1 lead.
Deshler scored four in the fifth before Central (1-5-1) tied it with two runs in the top of the sixth.
Haley Charrier had two RBIs for Deshler (4-2). Lauren Cantrell, Christian Darnell and Emily Morrison all had two hits for the Tigers.
Colbert County 20, East Lawrence 15: Bre Vandiver led Colbert County in a scoring fest, driving in seven runs and doubling three times.
Alyssa Henk and Anna Grace Owens had four hits each. Sydnie Brown and Taya Beth Sockwell each added three hits and three RBIs for the Indians (5-1), who totaled 20 hits.
Cherokee 7, Phil Campbell 6: Sarah Wilson had a pair of hits, including a two-run double in the sixth inning as Cherokee won in Class 2A, Area 16 play.
Morgan Sennett went the distance for the Indians, striking out six to earn the win. Marissa Davis added of pair of hits and scored twice for Cherokee (3-0) and Holly Sullivan had two runs scored.
Tori Pace led Phil Campbell (3-3) with a two hits and an RBI.
Bob Jones 7, Florence 4: Bob Jones scored three runs in the fifth inning and the Falcons could not close the gap falling on the road in their season opener.
Alex Jones led Florence (0-1) with a pair of hits including a homerun. Madison Olive and Ellison Barrett each chipped in with two hits.
Lauderdale County 8, Elkmont 0: Karlee Brown struck out five and surrendered two hits in a shutout.
Haley Barkley had three hits for Lauderdale County (2-1), including a three-run homerun in the third. Bailey Belue added two hits, including a solo homerun, and Ashley Jackson added a pair of hits.
Muscle Shoals 13, Decatur 0: Muscle Shoals improved to 6-1 on the season shutting out Decatur in five innings.
Junior Haley Willis picked up the win, surrendering one hit over three innings, while going 3 for 3 at the plate, with a pair of doubles and two runs scored. Rachel Brewer, Kara Rhodes, and Macey Quillen each added two hits for Muscle Shoals.
Wilson 3, Mars Hill 1: Jennifer Schroeder homered in the sixth inning and drove in Madison Daniel in the seventh as Wilson downed Mars Hill.
Briana Terrell struck out nine and scattered four hits to earn the win for the Warriors who improve to 4-4 on the season.
Brooks 7, Rogers 0: Kim Crowson pitched a complete-game shutout and struck out five as Brooks down Rogers (0-1) for its first win of the season.
The Lions (1-3) got on the board early scoring three runs in the first, before adding four more in the second.
Crowson added two hits and an RBI for Brooks, while Breanna Cromwell chipped-in with a pair of hits and 2 RBIs.
Lexington 10, Sheffield 0: Savannah Smith was 3-for-3 with four RBIs to lead Lexington (2-1, 1-0 area) to a 10-0 win over Sheffield. Bailey White also had three hits and an RBI for the Golden Bears while Macie Picc had two hits and two RBIs. Ragen White also had two hits for Lexington.
Anita Stewart was the winning pitcher, allowing just two hits and striking out seven batters in five innings. Stewart had two hits.
Mars Hill 5, Danville 0: George Archard scored three goals as the Panthers blanked Danville to improve to 3-3-1 on the season.
Colton Knox had a goal and an assist for Mars Hill and Ethan Smith added a goal.
Austin Swinea recorded the shutout with two saves.
Bob Jones 1, Florence 0: Bob Jones scored a goal midway through the first half and made it stand up in a victory over Florence (3-2-1). The Falcons had chances to tie the score, but had two shots hit off the post.
Despite the loss, Florence had good games from Andrew Duff and Francisco Bivianio and goalkeeper Hamilton Moore.
Mars Hill 8, Danville 0: Anna Katherine Green scored four goals and had an assist to lead Mars Hill (2-5), which took a 7-0 lead into halftime.
Olivia Willingham added two goals for Mars Hill while Allie Rapphun and Emme Hensley had a goal each. Anna Brown had an assist for the Panthers.
Florence splits with Huntsville: Florence’s girls won their first match of the season, while the Falcons’ boys fell to Huntsville at Blackberry Trail.
Emily Langfored eagled No. 1 and finished at 38 to lead Florence in a 145-155 win.
Huntsville’s boys shots 145 to Florence’s 151. Blake Messer shot a 34 for the Panthers, while Barry Flannery finished at 36 for Florence.
Lauderdale County wins tri-match: Lauderdale County shot a 147 at Blackberry Trail to win a tri-match against Lexington (183) and Wilson (185). Walker Gordon of Lauderdale County claimed medalist honors with a 33, while teammate Dylan Davis posted a 35. Lane Smith led Wilson with a 37 and Alex Beavers shot a 41 for Lexington.
Russellville defeats Deshler: The Golden Tigers shot a 145 at the Tennessee Valley Country Club to beat Deshler (181). Russellville’s Will Bragwell earned medalist honors with a low-round 34.
, while teammate Elli Hodges shot 35. Kris Burden led Deshler with a 39 and Chase Pickens shot a 46 representing Sheffield as a single.