Mobbs belts Knights past BE

  • Monday, April 7, 2014

Rob Gantt/Gazette Jamison Mobbs hit a grand slam to cap a six-run seventh as Stratford rallied to beat Bishop England 10-8 on Friday.

Jamison Mobbs belted a grand slam to complete a Stratford comeback in the bottom of the seventh inning.

Mobbs’ blast pushed the Knights past Bishop England, 10-8, on Friday night at SHS. Stratford scored six runs in its final at-bat to pick up the victory.

Bishop England had just scored four runs to take an 8-4 lead.

J.D. Davis added three RBIs for the Knights.

Stratford’s next region opponent is West Ashley. That series was set to begin Monday but the start was pushed back to Tuesday because of rain.

The Goose Creek Gators were swept by West Ashley last week (3-2, 5-2 and 14-1). The Gators were to begin a series with Cane Bay on Monday but that game was also postponed because of weather.

The Hanahan Hawks lost to James Island (6-3) and defeated Hilton Head (9-3) and Stall (10-0) last week. Cameron Maze had a double, homer and four RBIs in the win over Stall, while Ryan Williams added two hits and two RBIs.

The Hawks travel to county rival Berkeley on Wednesday, April 9.



SOCCER: Stratford’s soccer team faltered on the road Friday, falling 4-1 to No. 1 Wando in Mount Pleasant.

Yamir Watts had the lone goal for the Knights, who were slated to host West Ashley on Tuesday in another Region 7-AAAA game.

The Lady Knights lost 11-0 to Wando.

The Hanahan soccer teams both blanked Stall on Friday. The boys team won 1-0 in penalty kicks while the girls won 6-0.

Two days earlier, the Hanahan boys knocked off Stratford 3-2 in penalty kicks. Kal Goble and Manny Vasquez had goals in regulation for the Hawks.

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