Kids of Summer: May 3

Published 12:00 am Thursday, May 3, 2007

The Selma Times-Journal

Tuesday, April 1

5-6 Girls

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Glass House-Tea Rose

Glass House defeated Tea Rose 14-8. Demetria Hurt, Tiffany Jones, Kenya Billingsley, Jaliah Blake, Jakayla Pettway, Jaiya Colvin, Kenyatta Billingsley, Maya Salone, Startasia Eaton, Keitha Howard, Kamaya Wilson, Jatasia Eaton and Sameria Hardy all had hits and scored for the team.

For Tea Rose, Shayla Smith, Jacayla Eaton, Janiece Sanders, Marissa Wade, Robin Olds, Yonah Smith, Kyra Melton, Shaniya Pettaway and LeAnna Moorer all had hits.

7-8 Boys

Captain D’s-Selma Times-Journal

Chase Utsey led Captain D’s with two runs in a 10-0 win. Sam Brackin, Sawyer Hopkins, Jackson Lovelace, LaDarius Woods, Josh Criswell and Ryan Stokes all added runs.

Rehab Associates-CWA

Landon Davis and Derrion Atchison both scored twice to lead Rehab Associates to an 8-4 win.

Justin McGuire, Taylor Haygen, Jarvis Sturdivant and Jackson Pearce all scored for CWA.

9-11 Girls

Dollar Saver-Elk’s Lodge

Dollar Saver edged out a one-run game, winning 10-9 behind two runs each form Janai Williams and Tori Hatfield.

Amy Persinger, Lyndsey Patton, Taylor Fancher, Cassidy Smith and Margret Mims also scored.

Susana Wagoner scored twice to lead Elk’s Lodge. Jamie Horton, Kendell Veach, Kaherine Averitt, Victoria Nalley, Shirlenta Ramsey, Jessica Fuller and Tyesa Turner also scored.

Dollar Saver-Cougar Chevron

Dollar Saver took another one-run game, winning 16-15. Janai Williams, Lyndsey Patton and Amy Persinger all scored two runs. Jala Hayes, Taylor Fancher, Margret Mims, Carson Gibbs, Amber Lane, Cameron Sanders, Chelsea Smith and Cashen Harrison also contributed runs.

Heather Bright and Ashley Warren both scored twice to lead Cougar. Bryanna Atkinson, Heather Day, Shelby McLain, Desiree Bishop, Tiffanie Mitchell, Morgan Barrett, Hunter Smith, Jasmine Sanders, Hannah Jones, Morgan Grantham and Robin Small also scored.

9-10 Boys

El Ranchero-Bush Hog

Kendrick Wright, Tez Atchison and Quasha Thigpen all scored twice to lead El Ranchero to a 13-10 win.

Ryheim Eaton, Patrick Jones Jr., and Lawrence Hatcher all scored twice for Bush Hog.

Cargill Cotton-Dallas

Avenue Pharmacy

Trey Powe, John Ross Bone, Kareem Hammond and Jayden Buford all scored twice to lead Cargill to a 13-6 victory.

Dorrie Allen scored twice to lead Dallas Avenue Pharmacy.

11-12 Girls

Jack’s-Cougar Chevron

Isomia Thomas and Alicia Doss both scored two runs in Jack’s 8-3 win.

Brianna Richardson, Jamena Jones and Shaquendolyn Gunn scored for Cougar.

Quality Trophy-George’s Paint & Body

Yakida Mitchell and Iverianna Williams scored three times apiece in a 21-1 win for Quality Trophy. Lawrencia Blevins, Brianna Furlow, Amber Brown, Andrenica Milhouse and Shantique Gunn also added runs.

Chelsea Smith scored the lone run for George’s P&B.

11-12 Boys

Carter Drug-Cougar Chevron

Justin Seele had a pair of hits and two RBIs to lead Carter to a 15-5 win. Corey Ingram, Ethan Fancher, Demond Washington, Devin Denson, Aaron Drake and Christian Allday also had hits.

Vonterious Melton hit a three-run home run, and Devonte Cleveland hit a solo home run in the third inning for Cougar. David Williams and Dusty Burge also added hits.

13-14 Girls

Screenco-First Avenue Cleaners

Jena Moppins, Brianna Smith and Kahadeja Fails all scored twice to lead Screenco to a 9-4 win. Emily Cleveland and Kemeshia Logan scored as well.

Emily McNeil, Ty Hooks and Kayla Williams scored for First Avenue.

Kiwanis-Lee Kawasaki

Akilah Scott, Raven Childress, Ashley Steel and Kayla Shaw scored two runs each to push Kiwanis to a 12-4 win. Also adding runs were Ashley Smith, Felicia Pate, Amber Reed and Ladonyia Davis.

Jasmine Lewis, Kelandria Dillard and Eboni Conners scored runs for Lee Kawasaki.

13-14 Boys

Pilcher-McBryde-Moore-Stewart Ford

Wilbert McConico hit a two-run triple and RBI single, and Anthony Thompson hit a two-run double to help Pilcher take a 12-11 win. Michael Perryman added an RBI single.

Malcolm Mabien hit a two-run single for Moore-Stewart. Leterrance Wright hit an RBI double, and Nicholas White added a triple.