Kids of Summer: Four players lead Glass House to win
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Thursday, May 24, 2007
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Glass House-Interlink Drugs
Tiffany Jones, Jaliah Blake, Jakayla Pettway and Kenyatta Billingsley all scored two runs in an 11-7 win for Glass House. Kenya Billingsley, Jaiya Colvin and Startashia Eaton also scored runs.
Morgan Krumnow, Rashadia Purifoy, Denetra Whitlock, Zykeria Daniels, Kenzie Horton and Alexis Forbes scored for Interlink.
Carter Drugs-Lauderback Telephone
Justin Seele struck out nine batters in six innings and hit a home run in a 7-2 win for Carter. Corey Ingram, Carstella Hayes, Ethan Fancher and Demond Washington scored runs, and Washington had a pair of hits.
For Lauderback, Tykeem Cooper had two hits and Dylan Lawrence scored a run.
Brown Drugs-Cougar Chevron
Eric Moore, Quintabis Johnson and Ricky Gordon each had RBI hits to lead Brown to a 13-7 win.
Devontae Cleveland and Letarious Wright each had a hit for Cougar, including a solo homer for Cleveland.
Pilcher-McBryde scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to take a 7-6 win. Jermal Dudley and Anthony Thompson both had RBI singles to lead the way. Wilbert McConico tripled, and Michael Perryman doubled.
Brenton Sanders hit a two-run double to lead Talton. Both Austin Crocker and Cobb Bostick had RBI singles.
Friday, May 25, 2007
Reliable Olds-Interlink Drugs
Reliable took a 10-5 win over Interlink. Elizabeth Adams, Kaileigh Harrison, Mariah Davis, Taylor Cockrell, Mary Calyn Lester, Kanydra Simmons, Liah Maxwell, Jordan Williams, Ansley Smitherman, Caitlyn Jones and Hannah Lester all had hits and scored runs.
Rashadia Purifoy, Kenzie Horton, Kaylen Bowden, Morgan Krumnow, Molly Nichols, Zykeria Daniels, Deneta Whitlock, Rekiyah Price and Alexis Forbes had hits for Interlink.
Five players scored multiple runs to lead Coffee Printing to a 21-11 win. Darryl Moorer led the team with four runs, followed by three runs from Bishop Price. Keyshawn Arrington, Mason Tatum and Darryl Daniels all scored twice.
Taylor Haygen, Jerome Allen and Davis Campbell all scored twice for CWA.
Auto Beauty-Mr. Roy’s
Jadia Young scored three runs to lead Auto Beauty in an 11-9 win. Vina Oliver added two more runs for the team. Elisha Bender, Amber Surles, Jalysa Turner, Kerri Stokes and Shaclyya Richardson also scored.
Rodaisha Homan led Mr. Roy’s with four runs, and Ashton Primm scored three times. Katie Jones and Amyrreah Eaton scored once.
Selma Cash & Carry-Ken’s General Store
Selma Cash & Carry withstood a three-run comeback in the fifth inning to take an 8-7 win over Ken’s. Mary Page Turner scored twice, and Ciara Denson, Katie White, Victoria Grindle, Chelsea Savage and Monica Pate also scored.
Kadedra Thigpen and Takysha Woods scored twice to lead Ken’s. Timia Coleman, Crysta Lee and Emillea Moultree also scored.
Pepsi took a 10-run lead after the first two innings and rolled on to a 15-5 win. Jackson Henderson and A.J. Simmons scored three runs to lead the team. Miller Spivey and Caleb Harris scored twice. Kyle Friday, Joel Taylor, Jalen Furlow, Trey Bennett and Lance Payne added runs.
Patrick Jones Jr., Lawrence Hatcher, Ryhiem Eaton, Xavier Knight and Dylan Tatum scored all five of Bush Hog’s runs.
Fancher Fabrication-Cargill Cotton
Four players scored multiple runs in Fancher’s 14-4 win. Devonta Bonner, Ladarius White, Jhalandius Sullivan and Tony Coleman all scored twice.
For Cargill, Stacey Russell, Rayford Mitchell, Chase Shipman and Lowell Furlow scored for Cargill.
Steve Lane’s scored in every inning except the fifth in a 7-0 shutout. Joey Raybon pitched a complete game (six innings), struck out 14 batters and allowed one hit.
Crawford Taylor and Wes Tipton both had a pair of hits to lead the offense. Chris Raymond and Joey Raybon both scored.
Cory Hayes had three doubles and three RBIs in Cahaba’s 14-4 win. Leon Sanders and Martavious Sanders both had two hits. Lane Warren, Michael Ward and Brent Strickland all had one hit. Martavious Sanders had two RBIs.
Cameron Reece had two RBIs, and Alex Inge drove in one for Turner.
Southland Chemical-Moore-Stewart Ford
Daniel Blackmon, Sherrone Lindsey and Alex Harrison all drove in runs in a 15-6 win for Southland Chemical.
For Moore-Stewart, Malcolm Marien, Letterance Wright and Greg Page had hits.
Joel Yarboro, Blanton Strickland, Parker Hughes, Jody Glover and Tyler Smith scored two runs each in Eyemax’s 12-2 win. Mario Oliver and Terrance Brown added a run.
Zach Gandy and Jake Smith scored the only runs for Healthmark.