Published 12:00 am Saturday, June 2, 2007
The Gators scored four runs in the second inning to pull away from the Dolls for the Jr./Sr. league shutout win, 5-0.
At the plate for the Gators (5-0), Erin Taylor was 1-for-2 with a homerun, Katie Wilson was 1-for-2 with a double and a run scored and Jenny Ballard, Dakota Cantrell and Amanda Best each scored once.
No player for the Dolls (1-4) had a hit.
The Gators will take on the Vipers Monday at 7:30 p.m., and the Dolls will take on the Unbelievable at 6 p.m.
Vipers 1, Unbelievable 0 (Forfeit)
Gators 9, Vipers 4
In a makeup game from May 18, the Gators took the lead in the fifth inning Thursday and never looked back as they cruised to victory over the Vipers, 9-4.
Offensively for the Gators, Jenny Ballard was 1-for-2 with a run scored, Kairee Newton was 1-for-4 with a triple and three runs scored, Katie Wilson was 1-for-4 with a run scored and Kristen Ballard, Anne Blake Langford, Dakota Cantrell and Samantha Tolbert each scored a run in the win.
For the Vipers (4-1), Murphy Middleton was 2-for-3 with a homerun, Cory Rice was 1-for-3 with a run scored, Conner Murphy was 1-for-4 with a run scored and Abby Blackmon scored a run.
Heat 16, Dixie Chicks 6
Kasi Graham and Daphne Moore scored four runs apiece Thursday as the Heat remained undefeated with the Dixie Ponytails victory over the Dixie Chicks, 16-6.
At the plate for the Heat (13-0), Graham and Daphne Moore scored four runs apiece, Dana Moore scored three runs, Taylor Merry scored two runs and Kayla Herring, Faith Kenney and A.J. each scored a run.
For the Dixie Chicks (6-7), Colby Benson, Brooke Bland, Mia Taylor, Alex Courtney, Jade Watson and Lexie Bargainer each scored a run.
The Heat will take on the Angels Monday at 7:30 p.m., and the Dixie Chicks will take on the Red Sox at 6 p.m.
Red Sox 14, Angels 5
Chynne Bell scored three runs Thursday to help pace the Red Sox to victory over the Angels, 14-5.
Offensively for the Red Sox (4-9), Bell scored three runs, Hannah Johnson, Haley Williams, Tay Peterson and Ashley Ballard each scored two runs and Maria Betton, Bridgejae Paterson and Kristen Reaves each scored once.
For the Angels (3-10), Samantha Browder scored two runs while Keona Brown, Jenna Norman and Alisha Stewart each scored once.
The Red Sox will take on the Dixie Chicks Monday at 6 p.m., and the Angels will take on the Heat at 7:30 p.m.
Blue Jays 11, Rebels 11
The Rebels' dreams of a perfect season came crashing down Thursday as the Blue Jays fought until the end to earn the Dixie Angels tie, 11-11, due to the time limit.
Offensively for the Blue Jays (6-6-1), Olivia Foster scored three runs, Kristen Jordan scored twice and Rhiya Daniel, Mary Glenn Fuller, Takira Walker, Madison McNaughton, Chelsey Mink and Tristen Houles each scored once.
For the Rebels (12-0-1), Katelyn Brooks scored three runs, Kindal Harrell and Janazia Thompson each scored two runs and Alex Merry, Taylor Waller, Tori Simmons and Iesha Powell each scored once.
The Blue Jays will take on the Yellow Jackets Monday at 7:30 p.m., and the Rebels will take on the Lady Tide at 6 p.m.
Yellow Jackets 20, Lady Tide 8
Breanna Clark scored four runs Thursday to help pace the Yellow Jackets by the Lady Tide, 20-8.
At the plate for the Yellow Jackets (4-9), Clark scored four runs, Hannah Reaves, Tykeria Peagler and Megan Phelps each scored three runs, Savannah Mauch and Mya Coleman each scored twice and Ashley McKeown, Hannah Owens and Tykeria Banks each scored once.
For the Lady Tide (3-10), Charli Hood scored twice and Claire Waite, Lakeeana Poole and Madison each scored once.
The Yellow Jackets will take on the Blue Jays Monday at 7:30 p.m., and the Lady Tide will take on the Rebels at 6 p.m.
Adult softball league
TCB's Corner Caf\u00E9 21, SeJong 7
TCB's Corner Caf\u00E9 sealed the GPRD adult softball league championship Tuesday night and remained undefeated with a 21-7 win over SeJong.
Offensively for TCB's Corner Caf\u00E9 (13-0), Jeremy Smith had three hits and scored three runs, Kevin McGough and Jason Smith each had three hits and scored two runs, Ryan Duncan and Mike Ingram each had two hits and scored three runs, including a homerun by Ingram, Bill Conway and Luther Shrader each had two hits and scored two runs, Chris Stinson and James Kelly each had two hits and scored a run, Richard Duffell had a hit and a scored a run and Sonny Little hit a homerun.
For SeJong (3-10), Lynn Lewis had two hits, including a homerun, and scored a run, Bruce Crenshaw had two hits and scored a run, Ron Johnson and Derrick Smith each had a hit and scored a run and Anthony Grant and Herbert Scarver each scored a run.
TCB's Corner Caf\u00E9 will take on Crenshaw Flooring Monday at 7 p.m., on field 2 and SeJong will take on Hwashin at 7 p.m., on field 3 and then take on Camellia Printing at 8 p.m., on field 2.
Camellia Printing 14, Hwashin 3
Camellia Printing batted around and scored seven runs in the first inning Tuesday to take the win over Hwashin, 14-3.
At the plate for Camellia Printing (7-7), Eric Hicks had three hits and scored two runs, Curtis Pierce had three hits and scored a run, Josh Middleton, Dennis McCall and Chris Moorer each had two hits and scored two runs, Zack Chavers and Brady Newton each had two hits and scored a run, Brandon Burnette, Billy Studstill and Eric Burkett each had a hit and scored a run and Walt Hickman also had a hit in the win.
Camellia Printing will take on SeJong Monday at 8 p.m., on field 2 while Hwashin will take on SeJong at 7 p.m., on field 3 and then take on Crenshaw Flooring at 8 p.m., on field 3.
Crenshaw Flooring 15, Camellia Printing 9
Crenshaw Flooring held off a late charge by Camellia Printing Tuesday and then held on for the victory, 15-9.
Offensively for Crenshaw Flooring (8-3), Vincent Savage, Rodrick Smith and Wes Robinson each had three hits and scored three runs, Steve Hawkins and Jason McConico each had three hits and scored a run, Cordell Robinson had two hits and scored a run, Archie Parker had a hit and scored two runs, Rodney Davison had a hit and scored a run, Joshua Smith scored two runs and Willie Smith scored a run in the win.
For Camellia Printing, Billy Studstill had two hits, Brandon Burnette had a hit and scored two runs, Eric Hicks, Chris Moorer, Josh Middleton, Brady Newton, Eric Burkett and Dennis McCall each had a hit and scored a run and Curtis Pierce also scored a run.
Crenshaw Flooring will take on TCB's Corner Caf\u00E9 Monday at 7 p.m., on field 2 and then take on Hwashin at 8 p.m., on field 3.
TCB's Corner Caf\u00E9 12, Hwashin 2
Five players had two hits apiece Tuesday as TCB's Corner Caf\u00E9 defeated Hwashin via the mercy rule, 12-2.
Offensively for TCB's Corner Caf\u00E9, Ryan Duncan, Kevin McGough, Mike Ingram and Steven Kelley each had two hits and two runs scored, Jason Smith had two hits and scored a run, Jeremy Smith and Chris Stinson each had a hit and scored a run, James Kelly and Richard Duffell each had a hit and Jason Burrage scored a run.
For Hwashin, Cody had two hits, Michael Boggan had a hit and scored a run, Chris Toll had a hit and Duke scored a run.
Wildcats 14, Burkes Outlet 9
Nicole Norton and Kendra Mitchell each scored three runs Tuesday to help pace the Wildcats to victory over Burkes Outlet, 14-9.
At the plate for the Wildcats, Norton and Mitchell each scored three runs, Anita Hawkins scored two runs and Keshia Crenshaw, Kristy Payne, Melissa Roper, Sandra Roper, Keisha Dillard and Donnette Beard each scored a run.
For Burkes Outlet, Tyler Burrage scored a team-high two runs while Laken Newton, Dolly Carter, Michelle Gafford, Allison Smith, Emily Crawford, Stephanie Davidson and Miranda each scored a run.