Kids of Summer: Dallas Avenue Pharmacy wins

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Friday, June 1, 2007

Dallas Avenue Pharmacy-Ross Plumbing

Dallas Avenue had a five-run fourth inning that carried the team to an 11-4 win over Ross Plumbing on 9-10 baseball action.

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Jakobie Lawrence led DAP with three runs. Roderick Johnson, Trey Powe and Kareem Hammad all scored twice.

Will Ellis, Kiedrick Fields, Domique Walker and Marvin Brown scored for Ross.

5-6 Softball

Taylor Medicine-

Woodmen of the World

Taylor held an 8-3 lead after the first inning and rolled on to a 20-7 win.

Kanesha McGraw, Marissa Olds, Martesha Sanders, Jakira Simmons, Keyondra Williams and Shaneria Billingsley all scored three runs. Acadia Thomas and Dekarria Ross both scored once.

Ashley Brown scored twice for Woodmen of the World. Lauren Thomas, Kianna Thomas, Mary Grace Morgan, Kayla Watts, Taylor Grace Foster also scored.

7-8 Baseball

Coffee Printing-Cougar Chevron

Coffee Printing went up big with six runs in the first inning and won 12-2.

Tanner Anderson scored three times, and Darryl Moorer, Kenyon Thigpen and Paul Daniels all scored twice. Bishop Price, Peyton Egbert and Amerious Eaton scored once.

Kristian Doss and Jalen Garner scored for Cougar.

Rehab Associates-

Yeargan Construction

Landon Davis and Dytarius Johnson both scored four runs to lead Rehab Associates to a 22-13 win.

Tanner Bender and Alex Johnson both scored three times. Derrion Atchison, Martino Moorer and William Morrow scored twice.

Jarus Thigpen homered and scored twice for Yeargan. Denzel Benjamin, Nicholas Shipman, Ryan Harville, Jeffery Prevett and Will Hatfield scored multiple runs.

9-10 Baseball

Dallas Air & Heat-Victor Nissan

Damian Rogers scored three times for Dallas Air & Heat in a 13-1 win. Also adding runs were Khamari Gibbs, Marquell Moorer, Kentavious Towns, Aderick Moore, Roderick Shelton, Rod Witherspoon, Marquel Brenson, Christopher Irvin, Paul Irvin and Edward Marshall.

11-12 Baseball

Carter Drugs-Cougar Chevron

Carter Drugs used five hits to beat Cougar Chevron 14-1.

Ethan Fancher led Carter with a two-run home run in the sixth inning. Justin Seele, Demond Washington, Adam Bruno, Andrew Thacker and Devin Denson also added hits.

Latarious Wright, Dusty Burge and David Williams had one hit.

12-14 Softball

Cahaba Hospice-Swift Drugs

Kayla Kaldor scored four runs, and Olivia Watts scored three times to lead the way in a 15-4 win for Cahaba Hospice.

Serenity Beverly, Rachael Eggert, Amy Austin, Ashley Morgan and Victoria Williams added runs.

Ceileigh Denoy led Swift with two runs, and Taylor Little and Gabryelle Dunning also scored.

13-14 Softball


Leading 4-2 going into the fourth, Screenco scored six runs over the next two innings and eventually won 11-5.

Kendra Bogan, Jasmine Peeples, Khadijdra Fails, Emily Cleveland, Victoria King, Kameisha Logan, Jena Moppins and Tiesha Russell scored for Screenco.

For Kiwanis, Samantha Ramsey, Chanrafael Eaton, Ashley Steel, Akilah Scott and Melanie Gray scored.

13-18 Softball

Bush Hog-Morris Lumber

Andreka Trone had one hit to help Bush Hog beat Morris Lumber 4-0.

Dixie Boys Baseball

Eyemax-Moore-Stewart Ford

Terrence Brown had two RBIs and doubled to help Eyemax to an 11-1 win. Ben Beers and Blanton Strickland each had RBIs. Jabarius Hardy went 2-for-3.

Moore-Stewart’s Malcolm Mabien was 1-for-2 with a home run.

Strickland was the winning pitcher after working three innings of shutout ball and striking out five batters.