Seahawks sink Gators

Published: Monday, March 31, 2014 at 11:56 PM.

Things fell apart for the Gators in the fourth inning as South Walton scored four runs on just two hits. Three Baker errors and two walks helped the Seahawks pad the lead.

Weidenhammer's night on the mound was finished after, with one out he gave up two walks and a run.

Colton Kilpatrick finished out the inning giving up a pair of hits as the Seahawks scored their final three runs of the frame.

Kilpatrick lasted on the mound until the sixth inning when the Seahawks added two more runs. Kilpatrick was relieved by Bubba Ellis. Ellis didn't make it out of the inning and Jake Rainey came in to hold down the fort.

Rainey got the Gators out of the inning, but Baker had a big hill to climb with just an inning-and-a-half left to play.

The Gators did battle as Kyle Davis singled with one out and Travis Adams kept Baker's hopes alive with a two-out walk.

Austin Davis was next and he delivered a hit to right field to score his brother, Kyle Davis, and Adams.

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