Brookstone Varsity Cougars shut the door early on Chattahoochee County, capturing a 13-0 victory on Wednesday at Brookstone.
Twelve runs in the first three innings allowed Brookstone Varsity Cougars to put the game away early.
A hit by pitch, a walk by Keith Pridgen, and a passed ball during the first inning and a bases loaded walk by Nathan H, an RBI single by Pridgen, and a sacrifice fly by Jarrod Little in the second inning helped Brookstone Varsity Cougars put some runs on the board early.
Drew Lingo got a hit in each of his one at bats. He tripled in the third inning.
Guy Peek was in control on the mound. Chattahoochee County managed just one hit off of Peek, who allowed no earned runs, walked one and struck out six during his four innings of work.