9u Birmingham Giants state champions again.

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After a slow start in the grand slam state tournament, 0-1-1 on their first day, the 9u Birmingham Giants rolled off 3 straight wins to bring home the state championship for the second straight year. In the first pool play game the Giants were matched with the T Town Legends. Ross Christy (2), Caison Price (2, 2B), Landon Kyle (2B), Lucas Busby (2B), Aaron Robinson (1), and Kam Laws (1) all had hits and on the mound Ross Christy, Aaron Robinson and Landon Kyle helped the Giants earn a 10-10 tie.

In their second game of pool play, the Giants registered their only loss of the weekend, a 9-6 defeat. Justin Hill accounted for 4 hits, Ross Christy (3, 1 2B), Caison Price (1), Landon Kyle (2), Tayland Floyd (1), Legend McMiller (2), and Kam Laws (2) all had hits but the Giants fell 9-6.

In their first game of Bracket play, the Giants seated last were scheduled to take on the T Town Legends. Ross Christy started the game on the mound, allowing just 4 runs over 3 innings, while striking out 3, and Landon Kyle closed out the final inning for the 10-6 win. Justin Hill (2), Ross Christy (2), Caison Price (2), Landon Kyle (3, 1 2B), Lucas Busby (3), Tayland Johnson (2), Legend McMiller (1), and Kam Laws (2) all had hits for the Giants in the win. The win moved the Giants on to play the top seed Druid City Bulls.

Taylen Johnson started the game on the hill striking out 3 over 3 innings, and Landon Kyle closed out the final inning of the 23-5 victory. Justin Hill (2), Ross Christy (2), Caison Price (2), Landon Kyle (3), Lucas Busby (2), Taylen Johnson (2), Aaron Robinson (2), Legend McMiller (1), and Kam Laws (2) all had hits as the Giants cruised into the championship game.

In the championship game, the Giants offense continued to roll, pounding out 15 hits (Justin Hill (2), Ross Christy (3), Caison Price (2), Landon Kyle (1), Tayland Johnson (1), Aaron Robinson (2), Legend McMiller (1), and Kam Laws (2)) and Giants pitching allowed just 4 hits over 5 innings while striking out 6 and the Giants prevailed with a 12-5 win and their second straight state title.