Custom Rim wins due to 18-run first
Published 12:00 am Monday, May 23, 2005
Custom Rim and Tire looked for a change in fortune after dropping their first game of the season on May 18. Against Screenco, Custom Rim found it, notching the win and remaining on top of the standing in the 13- and 14-year old softball action.
Custom opened the game with an 18-run first inning including a pair of moon shots from Amber Stevens and Peyton Reese on May 19.
The shot for Stevens marks her second home run of the season. Ashley Linden, Jakesha Thrash and Shamera Thomas scored two runs in the blowout.
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For Screenco, Shaquavia Johnson, Fatima Phillips and Olivia Cunningham accounted for their team’s three runs. In other softball action:
13-and 14-year old
Lee Kawasaki 16, McDonald’s 11
Jessica Moore scored three runs to lead Lee to a 16-11 victory on May 19. Thamira Kashat, Cam Howard, and
Micala Peterson scored 2 runs each in the victory.
For McDonald’s Theresa Webb, Jasmine York and Kimberly Taylor tacked on two runs each in the loss.
11-and 12-year old
Victor 11, Qualities Trophies 9
Jonisha Jackson, Kerisa Deese and Brittany Baker scored a combined six runs in Victor Nissan’s 11-9 victory over Quality Trophies on May 19.
For Quality, Emily McNeil scored two runs.
9-and 10-year old
Hagood Photo 15, Steve Lane 11
Anna Elizabeth Wells and Caroline Sherrer scored three runs each to lead Hagood Photography over Steve Lane’s Truck and Auto 15-11 on May 19.
Rebecca Hastings, Karlynn Savage and Breanna Furlow each scored two runs.
7-and 8-year old
Southland 12, Gray’s Furniture 11
Kendall Veach and T’Keyah Harris scored a pair of runs each to lead Southland Chemical to a narrow, 12-11 victory over Gray’s Furniture on May 19.
For Gray’s Ashley Warren scored three runs to lead the team. Amber Surles and Toyah Hickman scored two runs in the loss.
Carter Drug 18, Flower Basket 8
Tamia Coleman crossed home plate three times to lead Carter Drug Company to an
18-8 victory on May 19. Nakeda Cobb, Imani Roy, Jalysa Turner, Claire Worthy, KeKe Woods and Kaylin Dudley each scored two runs. For the Flower Basket, Nyonah Morrow and Ty Murray scored two runs in the loss.
5-and 6-year old
WOW 16, Athlete’s Foot 8
Kaylin Jordan scored a trio of runs to lead the Woodmen of the World to a 16-8 victory against Athlete’s Foot on May 19. Sara Catherine Plummer, Haley Motley, Shelby Boswell and Dashia Purdie tacked on a pair of runs each in the win. Morgan Smitherrman, Logan Damoth and Allyah Krause accounted for six of the team’s eight runs in the loss.
May 18, 2005
13-and 14-year old
FLB 10, Custom R & T 9
With an unbeaten streak on the line, the Federal Land Bank was able to push the winning run across the plate in the bottom end of the sixth inning en route to a 10-9 victory, handing Custom Rim and Tire their first and only loss of the season on May 18. Chelsea Sturdivant and Ashley Grimes combined to score four runs in the loss.
Glass House 11, McDonald’s 2
Liddy Ngirailab and Mykeicha Brown each scored two runs to lead Glass House Restaurant to an 11-2 rout over McDonald’s on May 18. Jessica Harvell and Theresa Webb accounted for the "Golden Arches’&uot; squad’s two runs.
Screenco 18, First Ave. 8
Shequavia Johnson and Kenesha Jefferson tacked on three runs each en route to an 18-8 victory over their opponents from the First Avenue Cleaners on May 18. For Screenco, Porsha Oliver, Kendra Bogga and Olivia Cunningham scored two runs each. For the Cleaners, Terrica Hooks scored a pair of runs.
9-and 10-year old
T&C 14, Shear Talent 3
Iverianna Williams, Kara Rawls, Allyah Colon and Keanna Morrison added a combined eight runs to lead Town and Country Real Estate to an 11-run victory, 14-3, over Shear Talent on May 18.
Sarah Reeves, Tamara Love and Lindsey Holley scored Shear Talent’s three runs.
Steve Lane 13, BP 2
Tiffanie Mitchell, Amber Brown, Karlynn Savage, Breanna Furlow, Phoenicia Reese and Jessica Shannon scored eight of Steve Lane’s Truck/Auto’s 13 runs en route to a 13-2 victory over BP on May 18. Lea Haywood and Magan Green scored a pair of runs in the loss.
Hagood Photo 13, Auto Beauty
Olivia Watts, Caroline Sherrer, Megan Leigh Siddens, Haylee Grace Bone, and
Dhakoda Sallie scored 2 runs to lead Hagood Photography to a 13-4 victory over Auto Beauty on May 18.
for Auto Beauty, Latoria Bender, Marquesha Hardy, Shaquira Livingston and Jameisha Hardy each scored runs in the loss.
Selma C&C 7, Gary Mayton 6
The battle of the unbeatens lived up to the expectations when Selma Cash and Carry took the field against Gary Mayton Motors. Selma was finally able to push the winning run across in the bottom of the sixth inning en route to a 7-6 victory on May 18. Heather Bright and Jade Johnson scored two runs each in the win. For Gary Mayton Motors, Lauren Yeldell, Gabryelle Dunning, Kei Kei Blevins, Amy Chandler, Lindsey Yeldell and Shannon Crum scored for the Motor Company.
Taylor IM 9, D&D 6
Noel Sanders and Aaliyah Fantroy combined for four runs to lead Taylor Internal Medicine to a 9-6 victory over D&D Pest Control on May 18. Kee Kee Logan scored two runs in the loss.