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Story Archives: Ball parks see lots of action this week
|Ball parks see lots of action this week|
Front Street Storage took a 10-9 win over Home Hardware when Grant Johns stroked his second double to score the winning run in the bottom of the fourth.
Home Hardware tied the game at 9 all with a five run spurt in the top of the final inning.
Mason Bordelon, who scored the winning run, had three doubles and two RBIs in the game for Front Street.
Joe Micheal Price had three hits and Mason Britt two for Home Hardware.
Front Street Storage took a 12-11 win over Citizens Progressive Bank in a come-from-behind effort.
Down 11-10, the Front Street players came back to tie with an RBI double by Ryder Atkins and a game-winning RBI by Gus Gwin. Gwin had four hits, a single, double, triple and home run, for the winners.
9 & 10 Boys
Caldwell Farms shut down a last inning rally to hold a 4-3 win over Croplan Genetics.
Caldwell ran its record wo 9-2 with strong pitching from Hunter Waller and hits by Ryder Caldwell, Conner Taylor and Hayden Shivers.
Colton Williams had a triple for Croplan with Ian Collins, Conner Cureington, Tyler Easterling and Ryan Eckard contributing singles.
Ward Crop Consultants used a five-run final inning for a come-from-behind win over Raley Brothers, 9-8.
Winning pitcher Jake Moore singled in two runs to help his cause with teammates Elijah Ward adding three hits and Johnathan Hudson two.
Leighton Linder had two hits for Raley Brothers and Cole Johnston and Noah Harper had one each.
Ward Crop Consultants evened its record to 6-6 with a 5-4 win over Croplan Consultants in a final inning squeaker.
Cropland held a 4-3 lead after the first inning, which saw most of the run production.
Jase Mabry had two singles for Ward with Jonathan Hudson and Blaise Cuurington adding doubles each. Jake Moore had a single.
Doltan Mathews had a single for Croplan.
Caldwell Farms used a six-run sixth inning to take a 7-5 win over Crowville Hardware.
Kylie McMurray went the distance on the mound for Caldwell Farms with Macy Travis, McMurray, Anna Claire Romero, Adrianna Wilkes and Dakota Wallingford all one hit each.
Starting pitcher Karley Poindexter had three hits for Crowville Hardware while Bethany Gray added a homer and a triple.
An early lead and strong pitching carried Caldwell Farms to a 9-4 win over Guimmbellot Landscaping.
Kylie McMurray struck out eight while giving up only one hit, run and base on balls in three innings for the winners.
Adrianna Wilkes, who also pitched, had two hits for Caldwell Farms.
Reecca Cader had two hits for Guimbellot.