CHHS won two games Saturday, defeating Brewbaker Tech 10-2 Saturday morning and Beauregard 2-1 Saturday night.
In the first game of the day played at CHHS, Nathan Barron earned the win against Brewbaker working four innings and striking out five. Blake Hutchinson worked the fifth and sixth innings and struck out one. Tripp Blackmon finished out the game on the mound, working a scoreless seventh inning.
Quay Lawson and Chase Connell led the Trojans at the plate by going 3-4 each. Lawson drove in four and was a homerun away from the cycle, Connell drove in three. Barron was 2-4 with two runs scored and a stolen base while K.D. Edenfield was 2-3 with a triple.
In the nightcap played at Troy University, the Trojans played their fourth game in three days and earned their second win over a top-ten 5A team in that stretch by defeating Beauregard 2-1. Harrison Reeves was credited with the win on the mound. After allowing back-to-back hits to the first and second batters of the game, Reeves allowed only one more hit in his five innings of work. He struck out one. Mitch McLeod finished the game by pitching the sixth and seventh innings and striking out one to earn the save.
Dalton Harris drove in both CHHS runs, one with a single in the second inning that scored McLeod and another with a single in the fourth that scored Quay Lawson. Barron was 2-3 with a triple and Connell and Jalin Lawson were both 1-2.
The Trojans return to action Tuesday night at Hogan's Hole for Senior Night. The doubleheader against Stanhope-Elmore begins at 4:30.