More results from Little League games
Posted By Sparta Live | May 21, 2009 12:00 am
Games were somewhat limited during the two-week period from April 27th through May 9th due to Mother Nature. The following are the reported results from those games.
In pitching machine softball action on the 27th, Tristate Distribution edged Express Graphics 11-10. Leading the scoring for Tristate were Hailie Young and Angelle Howard with three runs each. Express was led by Kami Pullum and Veronica Lumpkin with two runs each.
Rogers’ Group took a 15-5 win over KFC. Bethany Tripp scored three runs for the winners. Emily Bevin led KFC scoring two of their runs.
On the 28th, Express Graphics dealt KFC a 16-5 loss. Scoring three runs each for Express were Tia Leftwich, Macy Cash and Kami Pullum. Scoring for KFC were Emily Bevis, Jenna Matthews, Caitlyn Bryant, Hannah Leftwich and Allison Maynard.
The second game of the day saw Tristate Distribution defeat Rogers’ Group 18-8. Deandra Luna led the winners with three runs. Kelly Roberts and Destiny Hood scored two runs for Rogers’ Group.
In action on April 30th, Express Graphics took a narrow 16-14 win over Sonic. Scoring three runs each for Express were Tia Leftwich, Macy Cash, Veronica Lumpkin and Mallory Scott. Sonic got three runs from Maggie Savage and two each from Allison Stoglin, Jessica Greene and Sarah Sergio.
In pitching machine baseball action on the 27th, Bill Boruff defeated Tristate Distribution 21-3. Jacob Sparks, Jacob Rittenberry, Aaron Hillis and Blake Gongaware all had three hits each for Boruff’s. Tristate was led by C.J. Nichols and Andrew Ford with two hits each.
Red Turner’s snuck by Jeff’s Body Shop 16-14. Cameron Dronebarger, Jake Edmonds, Patrick Wheatley and Justin Jones had three hits each for Red Turner’s. Jeff’s Body Shop got two hits each from Will Griggs, Kade Clark, Justin Daniels, Tyler Seals, Robbie Enlow and Cameron Dixon.
On April 30th, Rotary Club secured a 15-5 win over Bill Boruff. Macon Girdley, Holden Howard and Dyson Reece had three hits each for the winners. Bill Boruff was led by Aizik Nabors with two hits.
Also on the 30th, Jeff’s Body Shop defeated Bank of White County 21-13. Leading the winners at the plate were Tucker Nash, Isaac Miller, Robbie Enlow, Trent Roberson, Justin Daniels, Cameron Dixon and Terry Peterman with three hits each. The bankers got three hits each from Austin Pinegar and Michael Howard.
Action from May 7th saw Sparks Transmission defeat Red Turner’s 13-10. Trent Grissom led Sparks with four hits. Johnny Wright followed with three. Dylan Young, Jordan Dodson and David Smith tallied two hits each. Leading Red Turner’s with three hits was Tyson Welch. Elan Thompson, Cameron Dronebarger, Devon Muse, Dallas Hutchins, Patrick Wheatley and Seth Martin had two hits each.
The second game saw Bill Boruff defeat Tristate Distribution 11-1. Jacob Sparks, Jacob Rittenberry, Blake Gongaware, Aizik Nabors and Joseph Nelson recorded two hits each to lead Boruff. C.J. Nichols, Andrew Ford, James Yates, Blake Henry and Clayton Gilbert had one hit each for Tristate.
In 9/10 year old boys minor league action on April 27th, Savage Builders defeated Crush 10-5. Trenton Hodges led the winners at the plate with three hits. Logan Swoape, Zack Lynn and randy Conatser each had one hit. Three different pitchers took the mound for the winners. Crush got a pair of singles from Austin Parker. Those were the only hits Savage gave up.
On that same date, Tristate Distribution defeated Citizen’s Bank 10-4. Joah Bullis led the winners with a pair of hits. Andrew Sparks and Dylan Summers added one hit each. Four Tristate pitchers combined to allow just one hit for Citizen’s, a Joshua Grissom double.
On April 30th, White County Community Hospital defeated Tristate Distribution 14-2. Tyler Randolph led the winners with four hits followed by Jacob Bray with three. Andrew Howard added a pair of hits while David King and Grayson Farris had one hit each. King picked up the pitching win striking out 10 batters and did not give up a hit. Matt McCulley and Hayden Welch each scored a run for Tristate after reaching base on a walk.
The day’s second game saw Precision Molding roll to a 23-1 win over Citizen’s Bank. Collin Wilhite got the start on the mound for the winners and allowed just one run on three hits while striking out four. Brandon Tripp led the winners at the plate with a pair of triples. Gage Rigsby added a pair of doubles and Samuel Hillis recorded a triple. Picking up the hits for Citizen’s were Will Scarlett, Josh Grissom and David Gentry.
The action on May 7th saw Precision Molding suffer a 4-0 loss to White County Hospital. A total of seven pitchers took the mound in the contest and combined to allow just two hits. Both of those were by Hospital, one each by Tyler Randolph and David King.
The final game in that league for the week was a 9-7 win by Tristate Distribution over Crush. The winners sent five pitchers to the mound and gave up just three hits. Recording the hits for Crush were Frank Del Toro, Henry Adams and Logan Sims. The winners were led by J.J. Baska and Dylan Summers with two hits each. Picking up one hit each were Bill Beaty, Matt McCulley, Andrew Sparks and Justin Rittenberry.
In Little League softball action (11/12 year old) on April 28th, First National Bank took a 15-11 win over Citizen’s Bank. Loretta Beaty, Sarah Wilson and Brooke Gardenhire had one hit each for the winners. Skyann Wilson had the lone hit of the game for the bankers.
The second game was a 10-9 victory by Bill Boruff over Sonic. Sonic led 9-5 in when Boruff scored five fourth inning runs to come from behind for the win. Brittany Jones was the winning pitcher allowing just two hits. She struck out seven and walked 10. Faith James and Nicole Parker had one hit each for the winners. Bailey Odom was the losing pitcher despite giving up just two hits. She struck out three and walked five. Mattie Dalton and Anna Day led Sonic with one hit each.
In 11/12 year old baseball action on April 28th, Bill Boruff won a squeaker 6-5 over Sonic. Jacob Bryant and Garrett Turner combined to pitch a no-hitter for the winners. They each struck out four and walked four. Picking up two hits each for the winners were Logan Merriman, Garrett Turner, Wayne Grantham and Jacob Bryant. Three different pitchers took the mound for Sonic.
The second game of the day was a 12-0 shutout by Hunter’s Funeral Home over Red Turner’s. Ethan Roberts and Allen Newport combined for a one-hitter for the winners. Roberts did not allow a hit and struck out six. Newport struck out six. Roberts also led the way at the plate with a three-run homerun and a single. Austin Glenn added a pair of hits. Will Slatten had the lone hit of the game for Red Turner’s.
On the 30th, U.S. Bank edged Bill Boruff 4-3 in senior girls action. Nikki Hood was the winning pitcher striking out 10. Kayla Roberts struck out 13 in a losing effort.