Story Archives: Little leagues see lots of action
|Little leagues see lots of action|
9 & 10 boys
Caldwell Farms squeaked over a single run in the bottom of the final inning to take a 9-8 win over Ward Crop Consultants.
Conner Taylor drove in four runs for the winners with a pair of doubles. Starting pitcher Hunter Waller had two hits and Cody Brocate and Blake Seasey each had singles for the winners.
Morgan Lee singled and Johothon Hudson had a single and double for Ward.
Cropland edged Caldwell Farms, 7-6 in a come-from-behind effort.
Although Caldwell had seven hits, including two each by Hayden Shivers and Ryder Caldwell, Cropland turned its six hits onto enough for the win.
Tyler Easterling had three hits, including a triple, and two RBIs for Cropland.
Each team used three pitchers.
Caldwell Farms bettered a last inning rally by Easy A to take a 6-5 win.
Kylie McMurray was the winning pitcher and Ashtyn Davis the losing pitcher.
Taylor Thompson had two hits for Easy A with one hit each from Hannah Magee, rachel Ratcliffe and Brianna Kelly.
Caldwell was paced at the plate by Anna Claire Romero's two hits with one hit each coming frm McMujrray, Adrianna Wilkes, Kytie Hill and Megan McDaniel.
Caldwell used 10 hits to take a 9-3 win over Guimbellot Nursery.
Anna Claire Romero's three hits paced Caldwell and Adrianna Wilkes had two hits for the winners.
Guimbellot's three hits produced single runs in each of the final three innings.
A fourth inning bases empty home run by winning pitcher, Lauchlyn Emfinger, highlighted Calwell Farms' 7-2 win over River of Life.
Gabby Lucius had two singles for the winning team with Taylor Bass picking up the other hit in a five-hit effort.
Adrianna Wilkes had two hits and Anna Claire Romero and Lauren Edwards had one hit each for River of Life.
Home Hardware scored a 10-6 win ovr Front Street Storage in a game that saw 41 hits.
Alex Ezell led the winners in RBIs with three and Aubrey Boothe had four hits. Logan Tullos added three singles with four other players getting two hits each.
Gus Gwin had three doubles and a triple to lead triple to lead the Front Street team.
Home Hardware turned 28 hits into half as many runs in a 14-1113 win over Citizens Progressive.
Joe Michael Price had four hits to drive in four runs for Home Hardware while Alex Ezell produced three runs on five hits. Carter Banks was perfect at the plate with five hits.
Drake Davis collected four RBIs on three hits for Citizens with Caden Parks using four hits for three RBIs.
Ty McCurley had three singles for the losing team along with Cade Watson and Drake Davis.