Slammers edge Ballers in Belle softball finale

Published 12:00 am Tuesday, June 14, 2005

The Dixie Belle Softball League closed out the regular season Monday night with the Slammers edging the Ballers 10-6 at the Greenville Softball Complex.

Kayla Johnson was 2-for-4 with two runs scored to lead the Slammers, while Kristen Edwards was 2-for-3.

The Slammers jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning and then tacked on four more runs in the second to outdistance themselves from the Ballers.

Shantzel Peagler led the Ballers with a three-run home run in the first inning to keep the Ballers in the game.

Iesha McCall and Marisha Mitchell also had a hit each for the Ballers.

Softball Chicks 13, Slammers 9

Shawnee Morrison scattered three hits and scored two runs to pace the Chicks past the Slammers on Friday.

The Chicks scored nine runs in the third and fourth inning to break open the game to take the victory.

Anna Nelson and Tara Gibson had two hits each, while Gibson scored four runs.

Kathryn Sanford pounded out two hits and scored two runs to lead the Slammers.

Cory Rice also had two hit and scored a run, while Carrie Coker blasted a solo home run in the first inning.

Softball Chicks 12, Slammers 7

The Chicks scored seven runs in the first two innings to complete the sweep of the Slammers on Friday.

Nicole Stinson led the Chicks with two hits and one run scored.

Christy Morgan, Anna Nelson, Shawnee Morrison, Susan Nimmer and Amber Newton also had a hit each.

Lauren Christ led the Slammers with three hits and two scored runs from her lead-off position.

Dixie Majors

Red Sox 14, A's 9

The Red Sox jumped out to a 7-0 lead after the first inning and held off a late A's rally.

Brandon Burnette led the Red Sox with two hits and two RBI, while Cory Ausderau had two hits, including a double.

Brad Heartsill, Adam Moore and Josh Booker each scattered two hits for the A's, while one swing of the bat by David Moore kept the A's in the ballgame with a three-run home run in the third inning.

A's 18, Rangers 2

David Moore kept his bat warm by going 2-for-4 with four RBIs to lift the A's past the Rangers.

Chris Wright and Daniel Ballard scored one run each for the Rangers, who were held without a hit.

Red Sox 7, Yankees 5

Dusty Coker, Cory Ausderau and Brandon Croly pounded out three hits each to lead the Red Sox by the Yankees on Friday.

Allen Little led the Yankees with three hits, including two doubles, while Ty Newton had two hits, including a double.

Yankees 4, Nationals 0

Yankees pitcher Chuck Barrett threw a one-hit shutout in a 4-0 win over the Fort Deposit Nationals.

Daniel Hartley, Andrew Phelps and Barrett scattered two hits in the victory. Phelps also accounted for half of the Yankees' runs with two RBI.

Derrell Robinson kept the Nationals from being no-hit by leading off the first inning with a single.

Mite League

Giants 11, Dodgers 9

Devon Middleton, Donte Lee, Tristen Stinson and Austin Till each hit home runs for the Giants in their 11-9 victory over the Dodgers.

Justis Taylor led the Dodgers with two doubles, while Brandon Johnson scattered two hits and had two runs scored.

Pirates 10, Cardinals 3

Curt Davis, Cole Davis, Price Jones and Cody Parker scattered two hits to lead the Pirates past the Cardinals.

Jones blasted a one-run home run to lead off the third inning for the Pirates.

Jessie Kelley, Anthony Dunbar and Daniel Dicks pounded out two hits each for the Cardinals.

Yankees 8, Indians 7

JaKeem Davison scored the game-winning run in the fifth inning to close out a four-run frame for the Yankees.

C.J. Savage and Davison led the Yankees with three hits each, while JaDarius Davison and JaQuan Lewis had two hits each.

Ryan Burkett and Colby Booker hit a home run each to keep the Indians in the game.

Burkett hit a two-run shot in the first inning, while Booker's two-run shot came in the third inning.

Tristain Daughtery led the Indians with three hits. Booker and Burkett also had two hits.