Kids of Summer: Trio comes up big in win for Mr. Roy’s

Published 12:00 am Sunday, May 20, 2007

The Selma Times-Journal

Friday, May 11, 2007

5-6 Boys

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Mr. Roy’s-People’s Bank

Tyshawn Garner, Trederin Phillips and Rondarius Sanders went 3-for-3 to lead Mr. Roy’s to a 10-9 win. Kendarius Perry and Darren Reese scored runs to seal the win.

Quavarious Rush started a rally that allowed People’s Bank to score seven runs. Trey Vickery and Michale Thurman added hits and runs.

Henderson Chiropractic-Elk’s Lodge

Brayton Brown and Taylor Henderson both went 3-for-3 with home runs in Henderson Chiropractic’s 19-2 win. Jonny Furlow and Lance Collins both scored runs.

Christian Jones and Jamir Hamilton scored the only two runs for Elk’s Lodge. Blake Smith had a single and RBI.

Saturday, May 12, 2007

5-6 Boys

Discount Tire-The Knights

Discount Tire scored eight runs in the first inning and went on to win 15-5. Keyshawn Fails, Kenyon Walker and Patrick Pettway all scored twice.

Ronnie Earby, Willie Fletcher, Leland Williams and Tyrone Lumpkin all scored for The Knights.

Mr. Roy’s-Taylor Sports

Rondarius Sanders had three hits, including a home run, to lead Mr. Roy’s to a 16-5 victory. Maricus Henry and Justin Walker both had hits.

Christopher Lee hit a triple and homerun in the first inning for Taylor Sports. Tavian Carlisle and Austin Little also had hits and scores.

Rountree Electric-Elk’s Lodge

Daniel Portwood was a triple short of the cycle and led Rountree to a 13-12 win. Briar Levins and Thomas Regan also had hits and scores.

Keonte Davis scored three times off a pair of doubles and home run for Elk’s Lodge. Jamir Hamilton and Preston Parker also scored.

Cosby Ice-Exchange Club

Will Bracken, Jamal Utsey and Hardin Utsey had three hits each to help Cosby Ice to a 16-8 win. Mason Perkins and Thomas Morris scored runs as well.

Darius Russell and Makevian Eaton each scored to lead Exchange club’s offense. Nick Nettles also scored.

Thursday, May 17, 2007

5-6 Girls

Tea Rose-Gabe’s Corner

Shayla Smith, Jacayla Eaton, Yonah Smith, LeAnn Moorer and Marissa Wade each scored twice in Tea Rose’s 12-4 win. Also adding runs were Robin Olds and Shaniya Pettway.

Princess Cleveland, Haisia Perry, Kelci Johnson and Kirstin Aaron scored for Gabe’s Corner.

5-6 Boys

People’s Bank-Cosby Ice

Despite a three-run rally in the last inning, Cosby Ice still fell to People’s Bank 14-13. Quavarious Rush, Jaylin Rush, Dionne Allen and Jadarious Martin all scored four times for the winning team. Matthew Davis and Dreyveon Wright also scored.

Kaderious Underwood and Mason Perkins scored three times to lead Cosby Ice. Joseph Estes, Jamal Smith, Collin Horton, Baker King, Markese Rayford and Logan Small added runs.

Tayari Mortgage-Moose Lodge

Trailing 9-7 going into the bottom of the third, Tayari Mortgage scored three times to take a 10-9 win. Jermeir King and Antonio Dixon scored three runs. Viderrion Harris, Jekobi Lee, Landon Bass and Alvin Shaw also scored.

For Moose Lodge, Karbyn Kelly, Brandon Sewell and Preston Waller scored three times. Ladarius Furlow, Tocarious Buford and Landon Bishop also scored.

7-8 Girls

Dallas Avenue Pharmacy-Henry Brick

Jasmine Thomas, Laurie Buck and Arecia Simpson scored two runs each in Dallas Avenue Pharmacy’s 10-9 win. Logan Damoth, Aaliyah Krause, Brittney Brown and Arieal Smith also scored.

Jaida Whisnant, Regan Hewitt, Miracle Mial, Rahbia Edwards, Jada Flanagan and Adranique Walker all scored for Henry Brick.

Pediatric Shortcakes-Gray’s Furniture

Pediatric withstood a three-run comeback effort in the bottom of the fifth and held on for a 13-11 win. Liz Strother, Shaye Dailey, Jatori Hardy and Tamira Prince all scored two runs. Ashley Horton, Kaydreona Moorer, Lindsey McIlwain and Harvietta Mitchell also scored.

Shelby Boswell scored three runs to lead Gray’s. Kaitlin Carter, Kayla Jefferson, Paisley Calhoun, Aaliyah Vaughn, Lauren Wright, Cassidy Lawrence and Taylor Ellis also scored.

7-8 Boys

Robinson Legal Eagles-Selma Times-Journal

Six runs in the second and eight more in the third gave Robinson Legal Eagles a 14-0 win. Jonte Small, Jay Albright, Quintavious Johnson, Theopolus Smith, Timmy Miree and Tyler Neely all scored twice. David Clay, Ty Albright and Davien Murry also scored.

Coffee Printing-

Captain D’s

Coffee Printing didn’t allow a run until the fifth inning in a 12-1 win. Andrevious Carter, Bishop Price, Darryl Moorer, Tanner Anderson, Mason Kendrick and Paul Daniels all scored twice.

Jakobe Roland scored Captain D’s only run.

9-11 Girls Fastpitch

Dollar Saver-Cougar Chevron

Cassidy Smith and Lyndsey Patton both doubled and had RBIs in Dollar Saver’s 6-4 win. Jalaya Hayes, Amy Persinger, Janai Williams, Tori Hatfield and Tiffany Kaldor scored runs. Chelsey Smith and Cashen Harrison also had hits. Mims pitched three innings in the win, and Hatfield struck out six in the final two innings to earn the save.

Ashley Friday, Heather Bright, Morgan Barrett, Heather Day, Tiffanie Mitchell and Robin Small all had hits and runs for Cougar Chevron.

9-10 Boys


Jalen Furlow scored three runs, and Jackson Henderson, Trey Bennett and Clay Copeland followed with two runs each in a 15-4 win for Pepsi. Miller Spivey, Kyle Friday, A.J. Simmons, Michael Parker, Caleb Harris and Joel Taylor all scored once.

Dylan Bamberg, Adam Seele, Jeremy Perkins and Alex Davis scored for Civitan.

Fancher Fabrication-


Ladarius White, Jhalandius Sullivan and John Darius Gregory all scored two runs in Fancher’s 10-2 win.

Dee Pettway and Kevin Seay both scored for Wachovia.

11-12 Boys

Lauderback Telephone-Brown Drugs

Demarquis Lumpkin hit a homer, and both Mark Jones and Hunter Veach had a pair of hits in Lauderback’s 11-1 win. Dylan Lawrence, Steele Jackson, Joe Gibson and Tykeem Cooper also scored.

Steve Lane’s-Selma Cash & Carry

Austin Anderson had a two-run home run and three RBIs in Steve Lane’s 12-4 win. Dalton Lee had two hits and two RBIs, Javoris Posey had two hits and two runs and Crawford Traylor had two RBIs. Wes Tipton added one hit.

Kendarious Fails had a hit for Selma Cash & Carry.

13-14 Boys

Healthmark-Talton Communications

Zach Gandy, Pierce Newberry, George Michael Rowe, Jake Smith and Tavarious Murry all scored two runs in Healthmark’s 14-9 win. Eric Smyly, Russell Connoway, Micheal Moore Jr., and Terrance Flennory also scored.

Jonathan Williams, Cobb Bostick, Brody Keel, Erik Blevins and Brenton Sanders scored for Talton.


Jabaris Hardy doubled, and Parker Hughes hit an RBI single to lead Eyemax to an 8-7 win.

Conner Thorpe hit an RBI triple for Pepsi.