MONTGOMERY -- Russellville High School captured the school’s first state baseball championship in school history Saturday morning beating Helena 4-1 in game two to complete the sweep in the AHSAA Class 5A state baseball championship series. The Golden Tigers (35-6) of Coach Chris Heap won game one Friday night at Riverwalk Stadium with a strong pitching effort. On Saturday at Paterson Field, winning hurler Jacob Green (12-0) turned in another stellar effort to get the win. Green threw only 92 pitches, allowing eight hits, one run and striking out eight. Junior shortstop Reed Smith had three hits and two RBIs, driving in a run the second inning with a triple as Russellville took control with a 3-0 lead. Smith had two hits Friday to finish with five for the series. Landon Oliver, who also had five hits in the series, had two hits, and Austin Bohannon doubled and drove in one run. Helena (26-19), coached by P.J. Guy, was led by Brooks Brophy’s two hits and RBI. Sam Praytor also had two hits. Troy Cordrey (6-3) pitched a complete game scattering 11 hits and striking out three. He needed only 83 pitches. The series’ first game took only a hour and 20 minutes, and the second one was almost as fast going 1:49. The appearance in the state finals for the Huskies comes in the newest Shelby County high school’s year of existence. The team has no seniors.