Gavin Harris strode to the plate with the game on the line carrying plenty of confidence.
After all, it wasn’t his first rodeo.
Harris delivered the game-winning pop versus Skyline earlier this season and had another chance to do so against area-foe Meek on Monday night.
The sophomore slugger roped a two-out base knock to right field to drive in Moe Rosas from second and hand the Saints a thrilling 10-9 comeback win over the Tigers.
“We were all pretty jacked up,” coach Josh Campbell said.
St. Bernard (4-4-1) will travel to Meek Tuesday to try and take the series from the Tigers.
% Holly Pond 4, Corner 0: The Green and White moved to 14-3 on the season following a 4-0 win at Corner on Monday night.
Montana Holcombe hurled a complete game for the Broncos, striking out 13 batters in seven innings of work. The University of Alabama-Huntsville signee also had a hit and scored a run.
Sami Hinds, Adair Gillian and Taylor Tankersley each collected a pair of pokes for Class 3A No. 3 Green and White, while Katie Burnham, Peyton Walker and Presley Marks scored the runs.
Cullman’s varsity boys soccer team debuted at No. 8 in the first Alabama High School Coaches’ Poll released late Monday afternoon.
The Bearcats sport a 7-4-2 record so far this season.
Meanwhile, the Black and Gold girls just missed out on a top 10 selection with an overall mark of 8-3-2.