Swingin’ for the fence

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Staff report

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Dollar Saver, Elks Lodge

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Kendell Veach and Katherine Averitt led the Elks Lodge 9-11-year-old team to a 14-8 victory over Dollar Saver.

Victoria Nalley had two runs.

Amy Persinger, Ambert Hunter Janai Loillians, Lyndsey Patten, Cassidy Smith, Taylor Fancher, Tiffany and Margaret Mims had one run each for Dollar Saver.

Cougar Chevron, Elks

Susanna Wagoner, Jamie Horton and Kendell Veach had two runs each to led the Elks team to a 9-5 win over Cougar Chevron. Katherine Averitt, Victoria Nalley and Lauren had one run each for Elks.

Heather Bright, Ashley Darren, Desiree Bishop, Heather Day and Jasmine Sanders had one run each for Cougar Chevron.

Cougar Chevron, Yeargen Construction

Cole Robertson led the Cougar Chevron 7-8-year-old to an 18-8 win over the Yeargen Construction.

Keandre Rutledge and Keyontrell Johnson added three runs each. Jalen Garner and Henry Hicks had two runs each, while Caleb Lester, Kristian Doss, Jalon Talton and Phillip Goodson added one run each for the win.

Alex Perkins and Jarvis Thigpen had two runs each for Yeargen Construction.

Nathan Bender, Will Hatfield, Denzel Benjamin and Ryan Harville added one run each.

Dallas Air and Heat, Ross Plumbing

Khamari Gibbs, Roderick Shelton, Rodrecus Witherspoon, Kentavious Towns had two runs each to lead Dallas Air and Heat to a 15-3 win over Ross Plumbing in 9/10-year-old action.

Damien Rogers, Adderick Moore, Shedarious Hardy, Javarious Edwards, Marquel Brenson, Christopher Irvin and Paul Irvin added one run each.

Justin Murray, Triaian Myles and Keidrick Fields had one run each.

Jack’s, Victor Nissan

Alexis Thomas, Kara Rawls and Keondra Logan had two runs each to lead the Victor Nissan 11/12-year-old girls to a 13-1 win over Jack’s.

Amber Black, Jada Walker, Natasha Parrish, Mykiria Mitchell, Candace Moore, Brandi Smith and Breonda Hall added on run each.

Jasmere Walker had one run for Jack’s.

Quality Trophy, Photography by David

Keke Blevins and Breanna Furlow had three runs each to lead the Quality Trophy team to a 13-1 win over Photography by David. Sharyman Anderson added two runs, while Yakira Mitchell, Iverianna Williams and Andrenik had one run each.

Shekuria Johnson had one run for Photography by David.

Kiwanis, First Avenue Cleaners

Monia Fuller, Ty Seay and Tazmere Hudson had two runs each to lead the First Avenue Cleaners 13/14-year-old girls team to a 10-9 win over Kiwanis.

Raven Childress had two runs for the Kiwanis team.

Carter Drugs, Turner Motors

The Carter Drugs 11/12-year-old boys defeated Turner Motors, 11-1.

Ethan Fancher, Justin Seale, Demond Washington, Devin Denson, Christian Allday, Corey Ingram and Labarion Eaton each had one hit and one run to lead the Carter Drugs team.

Adam Bruno had one hit and two runs. Andrew Thacker and Aaron Drake added one run each.

Woodrow Watts had one hit and one run for the Turner Motors team.

Southland Chemical, Eyemax

Southland Chemical defeated Eyemax, 8-5, in 13/14-year-old action.

Daniel Blackmon lead the Southland Chemical team, pitching nine strike outs.

Joel Yarboro had five strike outs for the Eyemax team.

Rashad Bernett and Sherone Lindsey led Southland Chemical in hits. Bernett had two runs, while Sherone Lindsey had three hits and two runs.

Daniel Blackmon had one hit, two runs, while Joseph Morland and Nick Messer added one hit and one run each.

Jody Glover led the Eyemax team with one hit and two runs.

Joel Yarboro and Parker Hughs each had one hit and one run.

CWA, Blue Ox

Brandon Moorer, Errol Parker, Donnie Ross and LeAubrey Perkins each had two runs to lead the Blue Ox 7/8-year-old boys team to an 11-1 win over CWA.

Justin McGuire had one run for the CWA team.