Moore shuts down Dallas Air, 4-1

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Times-Journal Staff Reports

11 & 12 Year Old

Moore Stewart 4

Dallas Air 1

Robert Olinger, Joseph Watters and Craig Price all had singles to help lead Moore-Stewart to their win on May 14. For Dallas Air, Bo Summers had a single.

Mr. Roy’s 14

Cougar Mint 7

Tarvaska Rivers, Nathan Ellis, Anfernee Simpson and Chris Smith all had singles to help lead Mr. Roy’s to their win on May 14. Thomas Curtis had a double. For Cougar Mint, Tydorian Gibbs had a single.

WHBB 11

Carter Drug 5

Jarrious Moore, George Michael Rowe and Devonte Cleveland all had singles to help lead WHBB to their win on May 14. Jonathan Williams and Jeremiah Cattlin had a double and Eddie Johnson had a triple. For Carter Drug Tyler Roberts and Doug Molett had singles.

Swift Drug 2

Johnson Paint 1

Derrick Walker had a single and KK Crum and Justin Seele had doubles to help lead Swift Drug to their win on May 14. For Johnson Paint Gregory Lewis had a single and Charles Shoulin had a double.

Brown Drug 5

Regions Bank 4

Tavarska Chappell, Matthew Tillery, Arthur Oliver and Drew Ross had hits to help Brown Drug beat Regions Bank 5-4 Saturday in 11-12 Year Old Dixie Youth Baseball. Bremond Seay and Derrick Pratt had hits for Regions Bank.

A.G. Edwards 7

Bush Hog 4

Jabric Hayes and Robin Smyly teamed up to pitch a two hitter for A.G. Edwards Saturday to beat Bush Hog 7-4. For A.G. Edwards Smyly, Justin Moreland and Timothy Thomas had hits. For Bush Hog Hunter Veach and Will Corey had hits.

Selma Times Journal 14

Turner Motor 13

The Selma Times Journal handed Turner Motor their first loss of the 2005 Dixie Youth Baseball season Saturday by beating them 14-13. Sherrone Lindsey lead Times Journal with three hits followed by Terrance Brown and Ivante Furlow with two hits each while Shavarius Holeman, Howard Pritchett, Torrence Pounds and Roosevelt Jones had one hit each. For Turner Motor Anthony Thompson and Andrea Thompson had two hits each. Getting one hit each was Dominique Walker, Jeremy Blake, Byron Hall and Antaris Dukes.