Youth baseball action, Wednesday, April 13

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Staff reports

7- and 8-year-old baseball:

Exchange Club 11, Blue Ox 0

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Exchange Club pounded out 15 hits as they put the 11-run win on Blue Ox Saturday at the Sportsplex.

Jessie Boggs had a homer and Donatae Stiles had a double.

Cameron Walker, Chase Shipman and Brandon Moore singled for Blue Ox.

Moore Stewart Ford 18, Selma Printing 3

Moore Stewart cracked 19 hits as they took a 16-run win over Selma Printing.

Damion Rogers homered and Kedarius Merchant doubled for Selma Printing.

Sabin Mosely doubled and Tez Atchison tripled for Moore Stewart.

Yeargan Construction 11, Clean Machine 9

Three runs in the bottom of the sixth proved to be enough as Yeargan Construction held off a game Clean Machine team.

Ladarius White had a triple and double for the Machine while Michael Moore tripled.

John Ross Bone led the winners with a triple.

Jackobie Lawrence added a double.

Selma Hardware 14, CWA 0

Selma Hardware banged out 16 hits, including a homer and single from Brandon Crum, as they beat CWA, 14-0.

Rayford Mitchell added two hits for the winners.

Dolvin Johnson and Devion Johnson added two singles each.

Eyemax 9, Fuller Building Supply 8

In a tight game that went down to the wire, Eyemax scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the sixth to take the win.

Will Sherrer doubled and Dakota Sanders tripled for Fuller Building.

Jhalandus Sullivan smacked an inside-the-park homer for the winners.

Daryll Kennedy had a triple.

13- and 14-year-old baseball

Pepsi 20, Pace 1441 4

Darius Hyatt and Trey Daniels had three singles each to lead Pepsi to a 20 – 8 victory on Saturday.

Josh Wyatt and Johnny Watts had two singles each.

For Pace 1441 Kyle Chestnut and Xavier Mack had singles.

Family Medicine 9, Talton 8

In Opening Day 2005 Dixie Boys Baseball, Family Medicine in a very close game sneaked past Talton.

Thomas Austin led the way for Family medicine with a double and pitching a no hitter through four innings with eleven strikeouts.

Talton was led by Kevin Smart with two doubles.

FOP 1, AmSouth 5

Heath Harrelson lead the way for FOP with a 2-3 double.

For AmSouth Daniel Blackmon had a 1-3 RBI.

Pilcher McBryde 15, AmSouth 12

Pilcher McBryde plated four runs in the top of the final inning as they held off AmSouth, 15-12 Monday at the Complex.

Randall Hamilton singled, doubled and tripled for Pilcher while Will Ingram doubled.

Mark Englett tripled and singled while Winston Bearden doubled for AmSouth.

11- and 12-year old baseball

Dallas Air & Heating 2, Moore-Stewart 1

Blanton Strickland pitched five innings of one hit ball to take the win for Dallas Air & Heating on Saturday.

Jermal Dudley had the only hit of the game for Dallas Air and along with Strickland scored the only run for their team.

Joseph Watters pitched five innings giving up only one and walking only two in the loss on Saturday.

Parker Hughes scored the only run for Moore-Stewart Ford.

Brown Drug 8, Bush Hog 3

Drew Ross pitched 5 2/3 innings and struck out 15 as Brown Drug picked up the Monday night win.

Brown Drug got on the scoreboard first with two runs in the bottom of the first as Rodney Houser and Drew Ross scored.

Brown Drug got a run back as Lane Bearden scored in the bottom of the second when Logan Campbell knocked him home with a single.

Everette Thompson walked and scored for Brown in the second to increase the lead to 3-1.

They increased the lead in the third as Derron Pratt walked and then scored on a double by Matthew Tillery. Rodney Houser walked and scored. Tillery later scored on a wild pitch.

In the fourth, D.J. Woods doubled and scored on a Jeremy Crum single.

Crum scored on a Tavorska Chappell double.

Bush Hog scored again in the fifth as Romario Tripp reached on an error and scored.

In the sixth, Bush Hog’s Jordan Myree walked and scored.

Moore Stewart 8,

Selma Cash and Carry 0

Robert Olinger pitched three innings, struck seven and allowed no runs on two hits as he picked up the win for Moore Stewart.

Olinger had two base knocks for the winners.

Craig Price, Parker Hughes, Connor Thorpe, Landon Shelby, Adam King and Corey DeLano added a hit each.

King had two RBIs, while Hughes, Thorpe and Shelby had an RBI each.

Shavonta Moore, Tyler Perry and McClain Levins had a hit each for Selma Cash and Carry.