Kids of Summer: Team Work wins big

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Saturday, June 2, 2007

7-8 Softball

Team Work-Gray’s

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Dejah Thrash and Ariel Brown tag teamed to score three runs each and lead Team Work to a 17-2 win over Gray’s.

Yasmeen Green, Heaven Edwards and Tkeyah Reeves all scored twice.

For Gray’s, Kaitlin Carter and Paisley Calhoun scored one run.

Gayle’s Amoco-Dallas

Avenue Pharmacy

Gayle’s got a 7-2 lead in the first inning and went on to win 16-5.

Mallory Freine, Tori Shaw and Anna Gayle Hubbard all scored three runs. Keonna King, Dytaria Johnson and Dasia Lewis all scored twice.

Jasmine Thomas scored two runs for Dallas Avenue.

7-8 Baseball

Blue Ox-Fuller Building Supply

Blue Ox scored the winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning to take an 8-7 win.

Chase Mayo, Brandon Moorer and Error Parker scored two runs each. Desmond Williams and Ryan Snell added one run each.

Colton Roberts, Kane Perryman, Mac Henderson, Lasarus Howard, Darrius Bethal, Wesley Brech and Kenzavia Pittman all scored for Fuller Building.

9-10 Softball

International Paper-Ken’s General Store

IP scored at least five runs in each of the first three innings in a 19-0 win over Ken’s. Shannon Crum and Imani Roy led the way with three runs each.

Ayana Moore, Kendra Hudson, Nakeda Cobb and Khyla Blevins each scored twice. Shalexis King, Nautica Johnson, Alexis Gunn, Alexis Brown and Eyana Cowan all scored as well.

9-10 Baseball

Selma Trophy-Wachovia

Selma Trophy held an eight-run lead after the first two innings and went on to a 12-2 victory.

Tim Rubin, Prince Tolbert and Ladarrius Walter all scored twice to lead in the win. Keyshawn Ford, D.J. Stiles, Justin Purdie, John Johnson, Willie Mosley and Ronnie Caver all scored once.

Cody Bohanon and Tevin Sharpe scored Wachovia’s runs, both of them in the fourth inning.

Fancher Fabrication-

Victor Nissan

Kernard Sears scored three times to lead Fancher to an 18-4 win. Gerald Barron, Benard Vasser, Christopher Caffey, John Murray, Jhalandarius Sullivan and John Darius Gregory all scored two runs.

11-12 Softball

Quality Trophy-Jack’s

Quality Trophy held Jack’s scoreless, and Brianna Furlow scored three runs in a 15-0 win.

Yakira Mitchell, Keke Blevins and Ashley Allen scored twice. Iverianna Williams, Sharymane Anderson, Andrenika Milhouse, Amber Brown, Shantinique Gunn and Jameria Campbell also scored.

11-12 Baseball

Lauderback Telephone-Selma Cash & Carry

Lauderback only had five hits but managed to beat Selma Cash & Carry 14-6.

Tykeem Cooper drove in four runs and had a pair of hits. Dylan Lawrence, Joel Gibson and Jay Fletcher all had one hit.

Prince James had two hits, and Jessie Harris had one hit for Selma Cash & Carry.

Cougar Chevron-A.G.


Cougar Chevron banged out 15 base hits in a 17-7 win over A.G. Edwards.

Vonterrious Melton led Cougar with two hits including a two-run home run in the fourth inning. Jamarious Shanks, Jadarrian Minifield, Devonte Cleveland, David Williams and Jamarcus Blevins each had two hits. Letarious Wright, Wyat Sanders and Xavier Wallace all had one hit.

Jakeem Oliver had a three-run home run in the first inning, followed by Mark Black and Xavier Wallace had one hit each.

12-14 Softball

BP Oil-Rotary Club

BP had two players score three runs, and the team took a 10-5 win. Ciera Ingram and Lizzy Ellis each scored three times, and Casey Trawick, Katie Cooper, Britnee Everhart and Sarah Frasier also scored.

Kelsey Irwin, Debra Cunningham, Kimberly Canada, Morgan Smith and Keiera Russell scored runs for Rotary.

13-14 Softball

Screenco-First Avenue Cleaners

Screenco came back from a one-run deficit with five runs in the sixth and took an 11-8 win.

Jamilla Walker, Khadijdra Fails and Victoria King all scored two runs. Kendra Badger, Brianna Smith, Jasmine Peoples, Emily Cleveland and Lisa Johnson also scored.

For First Avenue, Kelsi Smith, Monica Fuller, Deann Billingsley, Heavenly Freeman, Mysalia Rose, Ty Seay, Neokee May and Briana Sallie scored runs.

13-14 Baseball

Frasier-Ousley-Talton Communications

Will Tipton had a pair of hits to lead Frasier-Ousley past Talton 5-2.

Devarius Bender, Nathan Irwin and Auther Oliver all scored runs.

John Pomeroy had a hit and two runs for Talton.


William Smith struck out eight batters in six innings of shutout ball in Healthmark’s 10-0 win.

Terrance Flennory homered, tripled and drove in a run. Breamon Seay had two hits and two RBIs, and Zach Gandy hit a double with an RBI.

Wilbert McConico was 1-for-2 with a double for Pilcher-McBryde.

Pepsi-Moore-Stewart Ford

Conner Thorpe struck out 10 batters, and Pepsi’s offense exploded early in an 11-4 win. Pepsi scored four times in the first inning and three times in both the second and third.

Joseph Watters, Thomas Curtis and Mathew Tillery were all 2-for-4, and Thorpe was 1-for-2 with two RBIs.

Jashombie Smith doubled for Moore-Stewart.

Southland Chemical-


Daniel Blackmon allowed just one run over seven innings and struck out 13 in Southland’s 8-1 victory. Blackmon also added three hits at the plate.

Taylor Copeland and Justin Moreland both had two hits. Doug Mollett and Sherrone Lindsey also had hits.

Parker Hughes had a hit and run for Eyemax.