Kids of Summer: Bush Hog wins by 10
Published 12:00 am Friday, June 22, 2007
Saturday, June 16, 2007
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Ricky Austin and Lawrence Hatcher both scored three runs to lead Bush Hog to a 15-5 win over Eyemax.
Wesley Gunter, Austin Smyly, and Xavier Knight each scored two runs. Jacob Cope, Patrick Jones, and Andrew Bass scored one run in the win.
For Eyemax, Juan Harville, Brandon Crum, Javar McGuire, Darryl Kennedy, and Devion Johnson all scored one run.
Teamwork scored eight runs in the third inning to put the game out of reach and beat Gray’s Furniture 14-1.
Yasmeen Green, Tyla Williams, Alandra Hooks, Dee Williams, and Dejah Thrash all scored two runs. Kaylin Jordan, T’Keyah Reeves, Aireal Brown, and Nautica Hardy each scored one run in the win.
For Gray’s Furniture, Taylor Ellis scored her team’s only run.
Calandra Morrow, Maggie Tipton, Pretrice Hopkins, Jamya Smith, Tyan Dubose, India Morrow, and Kayla Page all scored two runs to lead Taylor Medicine over Henry Brick 16-5.
Donna Neely and Morgan Smitherman both scored one run in the win.
For Henry Brick, Jada Flanagan, Alexis Smith, Miracle Mial, Rahbia Edwards, and Ta’mya Fuller all scored one run.
Ken’s General Store
Auto Beauty scored at least three runs in each of the four innings to beat Ken’s General Store 17-5.
Jalysa Turner scored three runs, and Elisha Bender, Natasha Burks, Vina Oliver, and Kuria Stokes each scored two runs in the win.
For Ken’s General Store, Kadeidre Thigpen scored runs.
Black Belt Sewer and Drain
Khyla Blevins scored three runs to help lead International Paper to a 14-8 victory over Black Belt Sewer and Drain.
Ayana Moore, Nakeda Cobb, and Shannon Crum each scored two runs in the win.
For Black Belt Sewer and Drain, Claudia Kendrick scored three runs, and Becky McCormick scored two runs.
Town and Country
Irishia Moore scored three runs to lead Town and Country over Mr. Roy’s 12-2.
Breyanna McGill, Jashaun Davis and Kelsey Cooper each scored two runs. Charmekia Moore, Jakayla Thrash, and Princess Watkins scored one run in the win.
For Mr. Roy’s, Jashira Whitlock and Zykia Pettway both scored one run.
George’s Paint and Body
Jack’s scored five runs in the first and second inning to beat George’s Paint and Body 10-2.
Jasmere Walker, A’Shandrea Holman, and Eureka Ellis scored two runs. Isomia Thomas, Casey Baggett, Sara Jordan, and Alicia Doss all score one run in the win.
For George’s Paint and Body, Schobre Pettway and Chelsea Smith both scored one run.
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Latoria Bender, Shakeria Johnson, and Sequita Carter each scored two runs.
For Quality Trophy, Kendra McCovery scored two runs.
Screenco beat Kiwanis Club 5-3 in a game that went scoreless after the second inning.
Kendra Boggans, Jasmine Peoples, Jamilla Walker, Khadijda Fails, and Shankera Edwards all scored one run.
For Kiwanis Club, Felicia Pate, Samantha Ramsey, and Amber Reed each scored one run in the losing effort.
Monday, June 18, 2007
Jamaya Smith scored three runs to lead Taylor Medicine to a 12-4 victory over Pediatric Shortcakes.
Pretrice Hopkins and Shaniya England both scored two runs. Morgan Smitherman, Calandra Morrow, Maggie Tipton, Donna Neely, and Kayla Page all scored one run in the win.
For Pediatric Shortcakes, Ashley Horton, Liz Strother, Jatari Hardy, and Shaereale Davis each scored one run.
Team Work beat Gayle’s Amoco 17-7 in four innings.
Kaylin Jordan and Yasmeen Green both scored three runs. Dejah Thrash and Heaven Edwards scored two runs. T’Keyah Reeves, Fatima Ford, Tyla Williams, Alandra Hooks, Dee Williams, Aireal Brown, and Keloni Rudolph all scored one run in the win.
For Gayle’s Amoco, Tori Shaw scored two runs, and Mallory Freine, Keonna King, Dytaria Johnson, Anna Gayle Hubbard, and Quashada Holmes each scored one run in the losing effort.
Keon Moore, Jay Creech, Prince Hatcher, and Tanner Bender each scored two runs to lead Rehab Associates over Fuller Building 13-3.
Derrian Atchison, William Morrow, Dytarious Johnson, Martina Moorer, and Alex Gorenflo all scored one run.
For Fuller Building, Darrius Bethel scored two runs, and Jadarius Whitlock scored one run.
CWA scored four runs in the top of the sixth inning to come from behind and beat ASU 14-13.
Jarvis Sturdivant and Kevin Jones both scored three runs. Henry Baker and Taylor Haugen scored two runs. Preston Phillips, Matthew Smith, Jerome Allen, and Justin McGuire all added one run in the win.
For ASU, Andre Hall, Jamarion Brown, Jaylen Powell, and Gabe Denson each scored two runs. Nathaniel Smith, Micah Kennedy, Kerry Kendrick, Jackson Jones, and Amari Solomon all scored one run in the losing effort.