The White Hall Bulldogs baseball team were shut out 5-0 last Monday in the first game of a doubleheader against the Sheridan Yellowjackets.

Layne Hartsfield started on the mound for White Hall, but Sheridan started the game with a lead-off double off the wall from Chance Wallingsford, who would later advance to third base on a wild pitch. 

Tyler Cleveland would drive in Wallingsforth on an RBI groundout for the first run of the game to put the Yellowjackets ahead 1-0 early in the first inning.

White Hall looked to put some runs on the score board after a single from Justin Raines for their first hit of the game. 

Cleveland was on the mound for Sheridan, and after allowing a hit he walked the next two batters to load the bases for the Bulldogs.

However, Hartsfield would groundout to end the inning, leaving the Bulldogs scoreless throughout three innings.

The Yellowjackets opened up on the offensive end during the sixth inning. Alex Calaway hit a double and was later driven in for a run by Montana Korte.

Later in the same inning, Justin Pruitt hit a sacrifice fly out to score another run, and Korte eventually scored on a wild pitch to put Sheridan ahead 4-0.

Wallingsford accounted for another RBI in the sixth inning while also collecting his second hit of the game to extend the Yellowjackets lead to 5-0.

In the final inning, Blake Moore relieved Cleveland on the mound to close the game and seal the win for the Yellowjackets.

Cleveland pitched 5.2 innings allowing three hits and no runs while striking out five batters for Sheridan. At the plate, Sheridan was led by Wallingsford with two hits and an RBI. 

Hartsfield also pitched 5.2 innings for the Bulldogs, allowing five hits while striking out three batters. Zack Motsinger, Devin Koonce, Justin Raines and Hartsfield all had one hit for White Hall in the loss.