A busy weekend of games produced a performance to be remembered. Jackson Hodges pitched a no-hitter on Sunday as Trinity defeated Regions Bank. Hodges struck out five and walked one, but faced the minimum number of batters, thanks to a double-play. He threw just 58 pitches in six innings, which is said to be the fewest in a complete game at MPTLL in 43 years. Hodges went 2 for 5 at the plate with 4 RBI. Trinity is 2-1 and a game out of 1st place behind Christ Church and Cameron Harris, who are tied at 3-0.
There were 40 league games this weekend, including 21 makeup games on Sunday. After several days of rain, we are back on schedule as we get into April.