Talton tops Pace 1444

Published 12:00 am Friday, May 17, 2002

13 and 14-year-olds

Corey Washington and Desmond Barnett each homered for Pace 1441, but it wasn’t enough, as Talton scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to grab a 9-8 victory on Wednesday, May 8.

Conner Childers and Quindell Pernell led Talton offensively, with Childers going 2-for-4 with an RBI and a double and Pernell driving in two runs.

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Smith went 2-for-4 in the win and drove in a run, as did Sean Donavon, who went 1-for-2 for Talton.

Pace 1441’s Washington (2-for-4) and Barnett (2-for-3) each drove in two runs in a losing effort. Frank McDaniels went 1-for-2 with a double.

Cajun Pritchett got the victory for Talton, while Barnett (nine strikeouts) suffered the loss.

Pace 1444 6, Healthmark 5

Pace 1441 dodged extra innings against Healthmark on Thursday, May 9, plating the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh.

Tavaris Blackmon went 1-for-1 for Pace 1444, driving in two runs in the process. Eric Ross also went 1-for-1 with an RBI. Terrell Roper added an RBI-double.

Ross secured the victory, pitching all seven innings and striking out 11. Lee Harris was saddled with the loss.

Healthmark’s Dillan Cooper was impressive at the plate, going 3-for-4 with a double and a triple. His teammates, Demetrius Wood (1-for-1) and Harris (2-for-4) each notched an RBI.

Pepsi 16, Talton 6

Pepsi scored 10 runs in the bottom of the first and never looked back, defeating Talton 16-6 on Friday, May 10.

Blake South (2-for-3) hit his first home run of the season for Pepsi. South also drove in two runs.

Byron Sewell also was solid for Pepsi, going 3-for-3 and driving in three runs. Josh McAteer also notched three RBIs. He was followed by Ben Callaway, who went 3-for-3 and grabbed two RBIs of his own.

Quindell Pernell provided a bulk of Talton’s offense, going 2-for-2 with an RBI-double and a home run. Cajun Pritchett went 2-for-2 with a double.

Marcus Perryman picked up the victory, while Pritchett suffered the loss.

Family Medicine 20, Healthmark 12

Will Summerlin went 3-for-4 with three RBIs, leading Family Medicine to a 20-12 victory over Healthmark on Friday, May 10.

Shane Moreland contributed a 2-for-2, two-RBI performance in the win. Demaris Mills and Tyler Hollis each drove in a run apiece for the victors.

Alan Anthony pitched six strong innings to record the victory, allowing just three hits and striking out seven. Alzavion Rush suffered the loss.

Healthmark was led at the plate by Dillan Cooper, who went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and a triple.

Pilcher-McByde 8, Pace 1444 5

A three-run fifth inning was enough to secure a Pilcher-McBryde 8-5 win over Pace 1444 on Saturday, May 11.

Ware Cox (1-for-3) and Jason Howell (1-for-1) each notched two RBIs for Pilcher-McBryde. Henly Hughes, who went 1-for-12, also drove in a run.

Cody Massey (six innings, seven hits, two walks and nine strikeouts) picked up the victory, while Corey Washington suffered the loss.

Frank McDaniel provided a majority of Pace 1444’s offense, going 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs.

Pepsi 11, Family Medicine 1

Pepsi used a six-run first inning to vault past Family Medicine 11-1 in four innings on Saturday, May 11.

Blake South worked all four innings for Pepsi, allowing one hit and striking out seven out of the 12 batters he faced. Will Summerlin recorded the loss.

Jeremy Harrison had a team-high two RBI’s for Pepsi, while Octavius Hyatt (1-for-1) and Marcus Perryman (1-for-3) each drove in a run.

Jeffry Anderson recorded Family Medicine’s lone hit of the game.

Talton 7, FOP 1

Qunice Colburn threw a complete-game one-hitter to lead Talton past FOP 7-1 on Saturday, May 11.

Colburn struck out six and walked one in six innings of work.

At the plate for Talton, Jimmy Smith (1-for-4) and Colburn (1-for-2) each recorded RBI’s.

FOP’s John Solomon recorded his team’s lone hit of the contest.

AmSouth Bank 5, Healthmark 4

AmSouth scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to come from behind and beat Healthmark 5-4 on Saturday, May 11.

Murray Keasler went 3-for-4 with a double to lead AmSouth Bank to the win. Wesly Curtis (1-for-3) and Blake Smith (1-for-2) drove in a run apiece for the victors. Their teammate, Claude Murphy (1-for-2), grabbed two RBIs in the victory.

Lee Harris and Michael Frith went 1-for-2 with one RBI apiece.

Andrew Harrison recorded the win, while Harris got the loss.

Pepsi 18, FOP 2

Pepsi continued its barrage on the Dixie Youth League on Monday, May 13, scoring 10 runs in the fourth inning to destroy FOP 18-2.

Byron Sewell (3-for-4), Marcus Perryman (2-for-5) and Ben Callaway (2-for-3) each had triples. Sewell and Callaway each drove in a game-high four runs for Pepsi. Perryman added two RBIs in the win.

Jeremy Harrison and Terrance Bender each went 2-for-2.

Callaway picked up the five-inning win, allowing three hits, two walks and striking out nine. Eric Small suffered the loss.

Alex Oundon (1-for-2) led FOP with an RBI, while John Solomon and Eric Smith went 1-for-1.

Pilcher-McBryde 14, FOP 3

Pilcher-McBryde posted back-to-back four-run innings to blow past FOP 14-3 on Tuesday, May 14.

The win was highlighted by Pilcher-McBryde’s pair of Codys. Cody Massey (4-for-5, triple) drove in a season-high six runs, while his teammate, Cody Warington (2-for-5, double) notched a season-high five RBIs.

Massey also got the win, pitching six solid innings, allowing four hits and striking out 10.

John Solomon, who suffered the loss, went 2-for-3 at the plate with an RBI.