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The Auburn Dixie Majors (18 19) All Stars won the state tournament in Selma during the weekend, going a perfect 5 0 to advance to the World Series in Ozark beginning July 26. Pictured (front row, from left) are: Peyton Williams, Jesse Coleman, Dake Rivers, De’Mikyle Holmes, Ashley Campbell and Calen Bertus. Back row: Coach Joe Dickey, coach Zane Rivers, manager Joey Weaver, Jerrod Dickey, Will Eiland, Cooper Flanagan, Daniel Danley, Zack Pope, Jake Weaver, Caleb Brooks, coach Jay Coleman, and Alabama Dixie Majors assistant state director Charles Alexander.

The Auburn Dixie Majors (18 19) All Stars won the state tournament in Selma during the weekend, going a perfect 5 0 to advance to the World Series in Ozark beginning July 26. Pictured (front row, from left) are: Peyton Williams, Jesse Coleman, Dake Rivers, De’Mikyle Holmes, Ashley Campbell and Calen Bertus. Back row: Coach Joe Dickey, coach Zane Rivers,
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manager Joey Weaver, Jerrod Dickey, Will Eiland, Cooper Flanagan, Daniel Danley, Zack Pope, Jake Weaver, Caleb Brooks, coach Jay Coleman, and Alabama Dixie Majors assistant state director Charles Alexander.

OZARK North Charleston, South Carolina, remained the only unbeaten team in the Dixie Majors (15 19) World Series with an 11 3 win over Alabama state champion Auburn on Tuesday night at Eagle Stadium. If Paris wins, an if necessary game would follow in the double elimination tournament.

Paris defeated Monroe, Louisiana, 4 3, on Tuesday afternoon to advance to the title game.

In the night game, North Charleston led, 6 3, before breaking the game open with three runs in the bottom of the fourth inning against Auburn.

Eddie Hiott had an RBI single, while Cody Smith and Jason Miller each doubled in runs in the three run inning to make it 9 3. Cody Maw drove in a run with a sacrifice fly in the fifth to make it 10 3.

Smith hit a solo home run in the bottom of the sixth to put an exclamation mark on the victory.

North Charleston had 13 hits in the game, while Auburn had 11.

Auburn broke on top early in the top of the first inning as Jesse Coleman scored on an infield hit from Jake Weaver with the bases loaded and two out.

But North Charleston responded with three runs in the bottom of the inning to take the lead for good.

Smith drove in the first North Charleston run with an RBI single with runners at first and third, and a second run came in when the throw to third base went into the dugout on the play. An RBI single up the middle by Miller made it 3 1.

North Charleston scored two more in the second, one coming in on a wild pitch and the other on an error. In the third, Chris Singleton doubled in a run to make it 6 1.

Auburn cut into the lead in the fourth when Caleb Brooks who had three hits in the game scored on a groundout off the bat of Cooper Flanagan. Will Eiland then drove in a run with a single to make it 6 3 before North Charleston took command for good.

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