Youth Baseball/Softball Report
June 27, 2001
Games of June 18th at John Moss:
United Fence 8, Coke 6: Tommy Hodges was the winner, and helped his cause, with a single and double. Ike Munn had a single and triple, Travis Hagwood had a single and double, and Bo Davis had a single and home run, to lead Coke. Derrick Goodin suffered the loss.
Bemco 7, Mid South 2: Doug Kennedy and Derrick Whitehead, both had doubles for Bemco. Frank Briggs also doubled for Mid South. Ken Mitts got the win, and the loss went to Larry Fairchild.
Minor League Tournament at Phil Hardin:
Riley Hospital 12, Dr. Hodge 2: Tyler Russell, and Ty Edmonds, both went 3 for 3, and Bean Burns 2 for 2, to lead Riley's. Russell had a home run, triple, and double, Burns two triples, and Edmonds two singles and a triple. L. Balint had two singles for Dr. Hodge. Russell was the winner, while Sovier was the loser.
Powerade 10, Fruge' Oil 8: Reed went 3 for 3, with a triple, and Beasley had a single and double, to lead Powerade. For Fruge', Crowe and Beckman tripled, and Bartlett had a double and single. Sterling got the win, and the loss went to Crowe.
Softball at Northeast Park:
Coke 20, Waste Management 18: Tori Taylor had two singles and a home run, Margaret Sanford and Hannah Manning, both had two singles and a double, while Jessica Drake and Karli Swearinger, both singled and doubled, for Coke. For Waste, Valerie Smith tripled and homered, and Kelly Offenberg and Nese Ball, both had two singles and a double.
Morgan Tile 25, Southern Sportsman 22: Taneshia Clemons had two triples and a single, Sydney Panfuso, Callie Roberts, and Brooke Scruggs, all had two singles and a triple, and Maddie Covert, two singles and a double for Morgan. Anne Lawler led Southern, with two home runs and a double, while Charly Boswell had two doubles and a single. Melissa Beall and Melissa Baker, added three singles each.
Shutterbugs 9, Ed Chaney 8: Chelsea Byrd had a single and triple, while Marissa Boutwell, Hayden Burns, and Avery Smith, all had two singles, for the Sutterbugs. Madison Sartin doubled and tripled, for Ed Chaney, while Cassandra Hawley, Erika Joyner, and Jourdan Schulte, all had two singles.
12 under: Judge Little 25, Medical Store 0: Cece Nelson, Meagan Pepple, Shadonna Lewis, and Ashley Perry, all had a home run, for Judge Little. Perry and Lewis added a double, while Elizabeth Bowen had a double and triple.
Southeast Chain 20, Timber Resources 9: Jessica Farrar homered and had two singles, Shalene Fike homered and singled, Jayme Gardner singled, homered, and had two triples, Jenna Cain had two triples and a single, and Shannon Creel singled, doubled and tripled, for Southeast. Leading Timber were Ivy Rawson with a home run, Amy Swartzfager, with two doubles and a single, Madeline Dorman, with a double and single, and Summer Owens, with three singles.
Insurance Solutions 15, Air National Guard 9: Kirby Rutledge had two singles and a home run, Kimberly Robinson a home run, Anna Alfred a triple, and Amanda Hodges and Morgan Schanrock, both had two singles, for Insurance. Lizzie Williams had a single and home run, and Holley Thrash a double and single, for ANG.
Custom Optical 12, Pearson Insurance 4: For Custom, Megan brown homered, Jennifer Bristow tripled, Megan Waters doubled, and Amber Gray double and singled. Jessica Smith tripled, Emily Havard had two singles and a double, and Abby Hawkins had a single and double, for Pearson.