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Dixie Boys fall short in state tournament / July 23, 2018
The Halifax County Dixie Boys allstars finished as state runnerups to Charlotte County in action at Franklin County.

Halifax vs Charlotte County

Halifax lost to Charlotte County 18-8 in five innings by mercy rule. Colin Saunders pitched the first three innings, followed by Dillon Fisher and Kamron Turbeville in the fourth, and Christian Midkiff the fifth.

Halifax struggled finding the strike zone, walking nine Charlotte County batters.

Appomattox vs Halifax

Halifax defeated Appomattox 11-9 in seven innings. Leo Bollinger got the win on the mound pitching the first 4 innings surrendering no runs and striking out seven.

Trey Comer pitched the final three innings striking out 4. Offensively Halifax had 13 hits led by Turbeville going 4-4 with three rbis.

Midkiff and Fisher had two hits each. Daval Ballou, Tyler Collins, Comer, Bollinger, and Dalton Womble(triple, two rbis) had one hit each. Halifax had six stolen bases led by Midkiff with four.

Charlotte County vs Halifax - Championship Game

Halifax lost to Charlotte County 11-3

Bollinger started the game on the mound and pitched one inning.

He was followed by Fisher who took over in the second and pitched five innings.

Daval Ballou took over in the seventh and finished the last inning.

Halifax struggled offensively, only getting two hits.

They did manage to get nine stolen bases led by Midkiff with four.

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