Dallas Ave., Selma Trophy and George’s PB post wins

Published 12:00 am Friday, May 27, 2005

Times-Journal Staff Reports

Riley Hopkins had two doubles, a single, and scored two runs to lead Dallas Avenue Pharmacy over Southtrust 24-14 in 9-and 10-year old baseball action on May 25. Wes Tipton and Earlando Oliver each scored three runs on two doubles. Trey Powe scored three runs on two singles, and Wyatt Sims had two singles and scored one run. For Southtrust, Mark Bynogg had two singles and scored three runs. Justin Smith scored two runs on a single, and Jesse Hogue had two hits and scored a run in the losing effort.

Selma Trophy 13, Pace 1441 3

Selma Trophy used 14 hits to beat Pace 1441 13-3 on May 25. Quintravius Johnson had three hits followed by Jessie Harris, Prince James, and Keyshawn Ford with two hits each. Ryderius Hardy, DeMarques Lumpkin, Willie Rutledge, Anthony Dailey, and Javarious Brooks added one hit each in the win. Hardy had three RBI. For Pace 1441, Artquis Smith had two hits followed by Jacobe Relph, Mark Black, Timothy Moorer, and Joevon Willis with one hit each.

11-and 12-year old

Georges PB 18, STJ 3

Nathan Irwin had a triple, and Selma Times Journal walked 17 to help Georges Paint and Body win 18-3 on May 25. Jabaris Hardy and Joel Yarbrough each had singles and scored runs. Yarbrough was the winning pitcher. Selma Times Journal jumped out to a 2-1 lead after one inning but could not hold on. The three pitchers for Selma Times Journal gave up a total of 17 walks, and the defense committed three errors in four innings. Sherrone Lindsey scored two of the Selma Times Journal runs and had one of only two hits by the team. Roosevelt Jones was the losing pitcher, walking eight in two innings.

Moore-Stewart 15, Cougar 1

Parker Hughes and Connor Thorpe had three hits each and four RBI each to lead Moore-Stewart Ford over Cougar Minit Shop 15-1 on May 25. Joseph Watters had two hits and three RBI followed by Reed Stewart and Robert Olinger with one hit each. For Cougar Minit Shop, Darrius Frazier had two hits while Darrion Ellis, Trey Stiles, and Antonio Reeves added one hit each. Deion Daniels was the losing pitcher.