A three-game sweep of Ypsilanti gave the Chelsea baseball team the SEC White title for 2019.
The Bulldogs easily swept the Grizzlies to give them a 17-1 record in the White.
The clinched the league title Monday when they took a pair of games from the Grizzlies and Dexter fell to Pinckney in the opener of the doubleheader with the Pirates.
Chelsea dominated Ypsilanti taking the two games 15-0 and 18-0.
Carson Robinson struck out 13 and allowed just one hit for the shutout in the opener. He also had three hits and two RBI at the plate for the Bulldogs.
Gavin Bell had three hits and three RBI, while Parker Shaw had three hits and two RBI. Joe Taylor and Quinn Starkey each a pair of hits and one RBI.
The Bulldogs scored 15 runs in the first inning of the second game and cruised to the 18-0 three inning win.
Bell had a big game with three hits and five RBI, while Taylor added three hits and two RBI. Hunter Lay had two hits and two RBI, Starkey two hits and two runs scored, and Hunter Neff a hit and two RBI. Neff earned the win on the mound, striking out three.
Chelsea scored nine in the first in game three Wednesday as the finished the sweep with a 15-1 win.
Taylor and Lay had two hits and two RBI each, while Owen Brown had two hits and one RBI. Robinson had a double and four RBI and Shaw a hit and RBI. Bell earned the win, striking out three and allowing three hits.
The Bulldogs improved to 24-3 overall on the season.