Wheatmore | baseball
Hales did important work on the pitching mound and at the plate as the Warriors won a pair of games against Eastern Randolph.
Hales threw six innings in the first meeting, giving up one earned run and two walks while striking out 10 across in an 8-2 outcome.
Three days later, Hales drove in two runs and had a double as the Warriors posted an 11-1 victory while compiling their highest run total of the season.
Wheatmore improved to 4-5, winning its Piedmont Athletic Conference games for the first time and also capturing back-to-back games for the first time this season.