Cottondale senior Trent Jackson had himself a career day Monday leading his Cottondale Hornet team to a double-header win over host Munroe.
Jackson hit a home run and drove in four runs to lead Cottondale to an 11-4 first game win.
He then pitched a complete-game 5-4 win in the second game and also spanked three hits.
Thomas Lipford also helped the Hornets offensively in the first game with two hits and Wesley Spooner got the pitching win.
Bradley Klees hit a double for Munroe in game one and Cotton McIntosh scored two runs for the Bobcats in game two.
The losses left Munroe with an 8-9 record.
Munroe played at Rickards Tuesday and will host Wewahitchka at Bradford May Field this coming Tuesday.
EAST AND WEST
ACTION THIS WEEK
Neither East or West Gadsden played baseball games last week due to spring break.
The Jaguars (6-7) returned to action Tuesday hosting Rickards. They will also host Taylor in a Friday game before traveling to Tallahassee for a Tuesday game against Godby.
The Panthers (1-7) will host two games this week. Tallavana provided the opposition Tuesday and Liberty County will play West Gadsden Monday. The Panthers play their home games at the Chattahoochee Baseball Park.