Making an impact

Published 12:00 am Thursday, April 20, 2006

5-6 year old girls

Woodman of the World, 17

Morris Lumber, 16

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In a three-inning, one-run game, Woodman of the World scored two runs in the final inning to take hte win. After outscoring their opponents for two innings, Woodman had to come back from a two-run deficit to win the game.

Woodman’s first seven batters went two for two, all scoring two runs: Kinsley Mott, Lauren Thomas, Kyndra Lewis, Stephanie Burton, Deavan Marshall, Ashley Brows and Nook Mitchell.

For Morris Lumber, Jamesha Bender went three for three with three runs. Kamiyah Chancy, Alish Thomas, T’mira Prince each had two runs. Shelby Nemo, Lauren Wright, Leanna Moorer, Mikeyo Perry, Gabriel Crum, Candice Pate and Jayla Williams all scored one run each.

Gabe’s Corner, 14

Reliable, 12

In a close, four-inning game, Gabe’s Corner edged by Reliable Cadillac, 14-12. Gabe’s got off to a 5-0 lead in the first, then scored another five in the top of the second.

Reliable Cadillac came back scoring six in the bottom of the inning. Reliable held Gabe’s scoreless in the top of the third, then scored four in the bottom. Gabe’s clinched the win by scoring four runs in teh fourth and holding Reliable to only two.

Gabe’s Cheyenne Hearon, De’Andrea Williams and Dajah Thrash each had three runs and three hits. Bailey Hearon had three hits and two runs and Jada Braxton had three hits and one run.

Reliable’s Jorge Andra Dower and Tierra Allen had three hits and three runs.

Antonyan Dudley and Xamaria Wallace had two hits and two runs, and Shayla Smith and Mariah Davis scored a run each.

7-8 year old girls

Gayles Amoco, 15

Dallas Avenue Pharmacy, 2

Jayla Hayes scored three runs for the Gayles Amoco team, while Chelsea Smith, Keke King and Anna Hubbard each added two runs.

9-10 year old girls

Ken’s General, 16

Auto Beauty, 8

Ken’s General Store took the win in the 9-10 year old game after outscoring their opponents, Auto Beauty, three out of five innings.

In the first inning for Ken’s, Hunter Smith hit a in-the-park home run to help in this win. Ken’s had four batters to go three for three, scoring three runs each: Susanna Wagoner, Krystal Aultman and Hunter Smith. Mary Peyton Deer and Amber Black each added two runs. Jamie Horton and Diamond Pratt had one run each.

Auto Beauty’s Nyonah Morrow and Sheknia Johnson had two hits and two runs and Marquesha Hardy, Shaquira Livingston and Teandria Harris had one run each.

9-10 year old boys

USW 1441, 12

King Building, 6

For USW 1441, Mark Black led the team with three runs. James Wells, Roderick Shelton and Jerry Brown added two runs each.

For King Building, Javarious Posey scored two runs.

Wachovia, 18

Ross Plumbing, 5

For Wachovia, Dusty Burge scored three runs, while Joelton Smith, JaDarrion Minnifield, Peyton Cunningham and Chris Bohannon scored two runs each.

For Ross Plumbing, Xavier Waller had two runs.

Fancher Fabrication, 10

Pepsi, 7

For Fancher, Dustin Horton had three runs and Bernard Vasser added two runs for the 10-7 win over Pepsi.

For the Pepsi team, Joel Taylor scored two runs.

Victor Nissan, 19

Automotive Excitement, 6

For Victor Nissan, Byron Montgomery scored three runs, while Aaron Drake, Dejean Crawford, Robert Thomas, Donald Davis, Big &8220;D&8221; Bailey and Davian Brantley each added two runs.

For Auto Excitement, LaDarius White had two runs.