Kids of Summer: Harris starts Tayari Mortgage in big win
Published 12:00 am Thursday, June 14, 2007
Saturday, June 9, 2007
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Jemier King and Antonio Dixon each had three hits and scored three runs to lead Tayari Mortgage to a 15-6 win over The Knights. Viderion Harris hit a 3-run home run in the first inning of the win.
For The Knights, Derrell Benjamin and Ramone Ellis both hit home runs. Tyler Elliot and Ford Chittom each had hits and scored runs.
Trovonn Davis and Jkhari Vaughn both hit home runs to seal the 15-9 win for Smitherman Brothers over Discount Tire. Christian Strong also crossed the plate off a double.
For Discount Tire, Kenyon Walker’s home run in the first inning was not enough. Maximus Jones and Xavier Green each had and runs.
Leadoff batter Q’varius Rush had four hits and scored three runs to lead People’s Bank in a 15-12 victory over Henderson Chiropractic. Dreyveon Wright hit a home run and scored, and Jaylin Rush also had hits and scores in the win.
For Henderson Chiropractic, Brayton Brown batted four times to score three runs. Gunnar Henderson and Britton Adams each hit home runs.
Robinson Legal Eagles
David Clay scored three runs to lead Robinson Legal Eagles over Blue Ox 11-1. Damian Murry had three hits and scored two runs, and Jay Albright added to the win with hits and runs.
For Blue Ox, the only run to cross the plate came off of Desmond Williams’s hit. Jackson Patton and Donnie Ross added to the team’s effort with hits.
Ryan Hurt and Marvin Brown both scored three runs to lead Ross Plumbing over Eyemax 16-13. Tristan Myles, Bryan Hurt, and Justin Murray each scored two runs.
For Eyemax, Brandon Oliver scored three runs. Adrian Smith, Jaques Fields, and Devion Johnson each scored two runs in the loss.
Johnson Paint and Body
Captain D’s utilized a seven run third inning in its 13-3 victory over Johnson Paint and Body. Michael Krunosky, Jackson Lovelace, Jakobe Roland, and Ladarius Woods all scored two runs in the win.
For Johnson Paint and Body, Fred Richardson, Allen King, and Frank McGill each scored three runs.
Cole Robertson scored two runs to lead Cougar Chevron over Fuller Building 7-4.
For Fuller Building, Derrick Wilson scored two runs in the losing effort.
Coffee Printing scored seven runs in the third inning and five runs in the fourth inning to beat The Selma Times Journal 13-5. Bishop Price, Corbin Tolbert, Darryl Moorer, and Keyshawn Arrington each scored two runs. Keyon Thigpen, Andrevious Carter, Tanner Anderson, Mario Eaton, and Mason Tatum all scored one run in the win.
For The Selma Times-Journal, Reginold Simmons, Jim Pettway, Jamar Pritchett, and Jarrod Blackmon each scored one run.
D.J. Stiles scored three runs to lead Selma Trophy over Civitan Club 13-2. Jesse Boggs, Justin Purdie, Prince Tolbert, and Keyshawn Ford each scored two runs. Jay Murry and Modreikus Miles both scored one run in the win.
For Civitan Club, Brandon Mitchell and Jamie Brown both scored one run.
In an extra-inning game, Victor Nissan scored two runs in the top of the eighth and held on to beat Pepsi 6-4. Daniel Brantley and Kiwansis Jones both scored two runs. De’Andre Gordon and Daniel Bailey each scored one run in the win.
For Pepsi, Joel Taylor scored two runs, and Kyle Friday and Caleb Harris both scored one run.
Dallas Avenue Pharmacy
Fancher Fabrication shut out Dallas Avenue Pharmacy 14-0 in a four inning game.
DeVonta Bonner, Gerald Barron II, and Christopher Caffey each scored two runs for Fancher Fabrication. Kenard Sears, Benard Vasser, John Murry, Ladarious White, Jhalandius Sullivan, Michael Hobby, Tyrease Moseley, and Derrick Thompson all scored one run in the win.
George’s Paint and Body
Jack’s exploded for 21 runs in the first three innings to beat George’s Paint and Body 21-2. Sara Jordan, Eureka Ellis, Alicia Doss, Isomia Thomas, and Holly Jones all scored three runs. Casey Bagget and Chelsea Smith both scored two runs. Hollis Ellis and Ashandre Halmon each scored one run in the win.
Sierra Hargreaves scored both of George’s Paint and Body’s runs.
Brianna Furlow, Sharmayne Anderson, and Andreneka Milhouse each scored two runs to lead Quality Trophy to an 11-10 win over Victor Nissan.
Alexis Thomas, Kara Rawls, and Jada Walker all scored two runs in the losing effort for Victor Nissan.
Screenco scored four runs in the fifth inning to come from behind and beat Kiwanis 10-7. Jasmine Peoples and Jamilla Walker both scored two runs. Kendra Boggon, Khadijdra Fails, Emily Cleveland, Jena Moppins, Lisa Johnson, and Tiffany Rogers all scored one run in the win.
For Kiwanis, Akilah Scott, T’Keyah Anderson, Learnesha Pullom, Ashley Steel, Raven Childress, Kayla Shaw, and Felicia Pate each scored one run.