Bay Bears still undefeated

Published 12:00 am Sunday, April 30, 2000

From Special Reports

With their undefeated streak on the line, the Angel-League Bay Bears squeaked by the Renegades 11-10 Thursday to improve to 6-0 and hold on to the league lead.

Julie Money and Boswell had two doubles and Marley Hughes had a triple for the Baybears. Jessica Pearlstein and Marley Wilkes each had two singles and Beth Collins and Kris Messick both had singles.

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For the Renegades, Katy Moore had a triple, Robin McLendon had a home run, Bijal Patel had two singles.

Lugnuts 16, Crocs 11

In other Angel-League action, The Lugnuts used a seven run second inning to beat the Crocs 16-11 Thursday.

Kasee Carter went 3-3 at the plate with two home runs and a double to pace the Lugnuts as they held off a late rally by the Crocs who scored four in the third and five in the fourth to pull within one run of the lead.

The Lugnuts put four more runs on the board in the bottom of the fourth, however and held the Crocs scoreless in the fifth to post the victory.

Carter also picked up the win on the mound for the Lugnuts, recording eight strike outs and improving to 2-1 on the season. Keyani Foster was 2-2 with one home run and a double and Mindy Carter had a triple. Alandria McBride had two hits and Shay Hall, Allison Jacobs, Mary Glen Ensey, Jamie Sanders and Kinsey Reynolds each had one hit apiece.


White Sox 10, Braves 5

The lead was just too much for the Dixie Youth Braves in a 10-5 loss to the undefeated White Sox Thursday.

The White Sox were ahead 10-0 when the Braves scored five quick runs in the bottom of the sixth, thanks in large part to a Tennaris Hall triple.

Blake Sanders had a double, Brandon Hill, Marquez Toney, John Campbell, Chase Rogers, Patrick Greene, and Devan Miller all had hits for the White Sox as they scored four in the first, two in the second, two in the fifth and two in the sixth in the win.

Campbell was the winning pitcher for the White Sox.