Kids of Summer: Big sixth gives DAP win
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Saturday, May 26, 2007
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Dallas Avenue PharmacyCarter Drugs
Dallas Avenue Pharmacy scored five runs in the fifth and sixth innings to beat Carter Drugs 11-2. Jasmine Thomas scored three runs. Logan Damoth, Aaliyah Krouse, and Alecia Simpson each scored two runs. Laurie Buck and Aria Small each scored one run.
For Carter Drugs, Ivey Harris and Stephanie Burton each scored one run.
Gray’s Furniture-Henry Brick
Trailing 8-5 in the top of the fifth inning, Gray’s Furniture scored six runs to beat Henry Brick 11-8. Kayla Jefferson scored three runs, and Cassidy Lawrence and Shelby Baswell each scored two runs. Jamesha Baker, Taylor Ellis, Edeena Hawkins, and Kaitlin Carter all scored one run.
For Henry Brick, Alexis Smith scored three runs, and Cheyenne Heardin scored two runs. Alexis Spencer, Rahbia Edwards, and Sara Bearden all scored one run in the losing effort.
Team Work-Taylor Medicine
Alandra Hooks scored three runs to lead Team Work over Taylor Medicine 19-10. Dejah Thrash and Fatima Ford each scored two runs. Heaven Edwards, Kaylin Jordan, Mykiria Woods, Aireal Brown, Tyla Williams, Nautica Hardy, and Yasmeen Green all scored one run in the win.
For Taylor Medicine, Pretrice Hopkins and Calandra Morrow each scored two runs. Morgan Smitherman, Maggie Tipton, Jamaya Smith, Kionab Page, India Morrow, and Donna Neely all scored one run each.
Gayle’s Amoco-Pediatric Shortcake
Gayle’s Amoco exploded for eight runs in the top of the first inning to beat Pediatric Shortcake 13-1. Mallory Freine, Tori Shaw, and Dytarria Johnson each scored two runs. Keonna King, Anna Gayle Hubbard, Kynadra Lewis, Nia Brooks, Peyton Williamson, Sara Plummer, and Jada Braxton all scored one run.
Harvietta Mitchell scored Pediatric Shortcake’s only run of the game.
Blue Ox-Rehab Associates
Blue Ox scored six runs in the second inning and five runs in the third inning to beat Rehab Associates 12-2. Anitie Asobop, Ryan Sneel, and Dylan King each scored two runs.
For Rehab Associates, Landon Davis and Dytarious Johnson each scored one run in the loss.
Fuller Building-Yeargan Construction
Ahead four runs heading into the sixth inning, Fuller Building allowed three runs but held on to the one-run victory, 20-19. Lasarius Howard and Darius Bethal scored three runs. Kenzavin Andrews, Colten Roberts, Jadarius Whitlock, Kane Perryman, Wes Buck, and Hunter Wolfe all scored two runs.
For Yeargan Construction, Ryan Harville and Jeffery Prevett each scored four runs. Denzel Benjamin and Jarvic Thigpen scored three runs, and Will Hatfield scored two runs.
Sawyer Hopkins, Jackson Lovelace, and Michael Krunosky scored three runs each to lead Captain D’s over ASU 19-4. Ladarius Woods, Austin Chappell, and Sam Brackin scored two runs.
For ASU, Will Lofton, Jemarion Brown, Gabe Denson, and Joshua McDonald all scored one run in the loss.
Johnson Paint & Body-
Selma Times-Journal scored four runs in the top of the first inning, but Johnson Paint & Body answered with six runs in the bottom half of the inning and went on to win 14-11. Anthony Strong, Justin Burton, and Frank McGill each scored three runs. Nija Whitt scored two runs.
Brian Crum and Jamar Pritchett scored three runs to lead Selma Times-Journal in the losing effort. Reginald Simmons also scored two runs.
Robinson Legal Eagles-Shelby Tree
Robinson L.E. scored 14 runs over the first three innings as they shutout Shelby Tree in a 14-0 victory.
Kentavious Page, David Clay, Danlien Murry, Jente Small, Quintavious Johnson, Theopolis Small, Timmy Miree, and Ty Albright all scored runs for Robinson L.E.
Scott Cole, Stephen Guy, and Tez Atchison scored two runs each to lead El Ranchero over Cargill Cotton 11-0.
Quashan Thigpen, Dalton Carswell, Kendrick Wright, John Blackmon, and Mario Ellis all scored one run in the win.
Eyemax Vision-Ross Plumbing
Juwan Harville scored three runs to lead Eyemax Vision to a 15-5 victory over Ross Plumbing. Jared Sturdivant, Devion Johnson, Darryl Kennedy, and Javan McGuire scored two runs each. Jager Benton, Brandon Crum, Adrian Smith, and Robert Williams each scored one run in the win.
Tristan Myles led Ross Plumbing by scoring two runs. Justin Murry, Ben Davis Jr., and Ryan Hurt all scored one run.
Bush Hog-King Building
Bush Hog beat King Building 13-3 in a four-inning victory. Ricky Austin, Patrick Jones, Lawrence Hatcher, and Ryheim Eaton each scored two runs. Wesley Gunter, Jacob Cope, Wendell Jackson, Xavier Knight, and Dylan Tatum all scored one run in the win.
For King Building, Jalil Stallworth, Gregory Kelly, and Jeremy Jones each scored one run.
Dallas Avenue Pharmacy-Civitan
Jakobie Lawrence scored three runs to lead Dallas Avenue Pharmacy in a 13-9 win over Civitan. J.R. Wood, Harrison Adams, Trey Powe, and David Jones each scored two runs. John Ross Bone and Rod Johnson both scored one run in the win.
For Civitan, Dylan Bamberg scored three runs, and Adam Seele scored two runs. Wade Mahan, Austin Williams, Caleb McDougal, and Jamie Brown each scored one run.
Town & Country-Auto Beauty
Town & Country scored seven runs in the first inning and nine runs in the fourth inning to beat Auto Beauty 17-7 in four innings. Charmekla Moore, Jakalya Thrash, Princess Watkins, Breyanna McGill, and Irishia Moore each scored two runs. Jabreena Lawrence, Dexlavia Watkins, T’Keyah Harris, Ariel Maul, Jarnae Murray, Jashawn Davis, and Kelsey Cooper all scored one run.
For Auto Beauty, Vina Oliver and Jabia Young each scored two runs. Natasha Burk, Kerri Stokes, and Shaclyya Richardson all scored one run each in the loss.
Isomia Thomas and Holly Jones each scored two runs to lead Jack’s to an 8-2 win over Cougar Chevron. Jasmere Walker, Casey Baggett, Eureka Ellis, and Alicea Doss each scored one run. Ellis was the winning pitcher.
Jamena Jones and Shanna Sides led Cougar Chevron by scoring one run each in the losing effort. Sides took the loss on the mound.
Kiwanis-First Avenue Cleaners
Kiwanis broke a 6-6 tie in the top of the fifth inning and held on to win 7-6 over First Avenue Cleaners. Felicia Pate scored three runs, and T’Keyaa Anderson, Learnesha Pullom, Raven Childress, and Samantha Ramsey each scored one run. Pate was also the inning pitcher.
For First Avenue Cleaners, Ty Seay, Deann Billingsley, Myralia Rose, Ty Hooks, Brianna Sallie, and Jamia Coleman all scored one run each. Monica Fuller was saddled with the loss.
Connor Thorpe struck out 15 in five innings to lead Pepsi over Southland 10-0. Thorpe also had a triple, and Craig Price had two hits,
For Southland, Daniel Blackmon was the losing pitcher, giving up nine runs through four innings.