BIRMINGHAM, AL (WIAT) - The AHSAA baseball playoffs resume with Friday's third round. Several local teams are still alive in the road to Montgomery. The best-of-three series begin on Friday afternoon with two games scheduled for the day. The third and deciding game, if necessary, will be played on Saturday. Hoover, Pelham & Hewitt-Trussville are still alive in the state's largest classification. While Pinson Valley has a third-round rematch with Southside-Gadsden.
Here's a look at all the teams still alive in the Birmingham DMA (Local teams in BOLD):
- St. Luke's (26-8) vs. Shades Mountain Christian (16-9), Hoover, Friday 1:30 pm & 4 pm (Sat. Noon if needed)
- Brantley (19-13) vs. Maplesville (17-12), Friday 4:30 pm & 7 pm (Sat. 12:30 pm if needed)
- Cedar Bluff (19-13) vs. Addison (20-6), Friday 4 pm & 6 pm (Sat. 10 am if needed)
- American Christian (24-13) vs. W.S. Neal (27-0), Friday 5 pm & 7 pm (Sat. 1 pm if needed)
- Mars Hills Bible (28-15) vs. Piedmont (25-8), Friday 5 pm & 7 pm (Sat. 1 pm if needed)
- Winfield (28-9) vs. Plainview (32-1), Friday 5 pm & 7 pm (Sat. 2 pm if needed)
- Jemison (19-15) vs. UMS-Wright (26-10), Friday 4:30 pm & 7 pm (Sat. Noon if needed)
- Alexandria (25-11) vs. Ardmore (22-7), Friday 5 pm & 7 pm (Sat. 1 pm if needed)
- Spanish Fort (34-6) vs. Brookwood (15-18), Friday 5 pm & 7:30 pm (Sat. Noon if needed)
- Homewood (28-6) vs. Hartselle (36-13), Friday 5 pm & 7 pm (Sat. 1 pm if needed)
- Southside-Gadsden (28-11) vs. Pinson Valley (30-11), Friday 5 pm & 7 pm (Sat. 1 pm if needed)
- Pelham (22-11) vs. Baker (27-7), Mobile, Friday 4:30 pm & 7 pm (Sat. Noon if needed)
- Bob Jones (35-8) vs. Hoover (39-15), Friday 4:30 pm & 7 pm (Sat. 1 pm if needed)
- Hewitt-Trussville (30-9) vs. Grissom (26-23), Friday 4:30 pm & 7 pm (Sat. 2 pm if needed)
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