Tigers come from behind to

Published 12:00 am Thursday, May 4, 2000

down Mets 7-5 in final inning

From Special Reports

Down 5-1 going into the bottom of the fourth, the Dixie Boys Tigers pulled together and made a stand Tuesday.

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The Tigers got four runs in their half of the fourth to match the Mets and scored two in the fifth and final inning to pull off a 7-5 win.

Chase Kelly got the win on the mound for the Tigers striking out five while the Tigers got clutch hits out of Josh Daniel and Brandon Walters in their last at bat after getting two men on via the walk.

Walters finished the game with two hits including a triple, Elijah Daniel had a double and Kelly, Chris Bell and Daniel all had singles. Tyson Pugh had two hits for the Mets while Morgan Sanders, Jake Kitchens and Herbert Ward all had singles.


Dodgers 12, White Sox 2

The Dixie Minor Dodgers got a two-hit pitching performance out of William Teal and 10 runs in the final two innings to put down the White Sox 12-2 in only four innings.

Teal also had a great day at the plate as he paced the Dodgers going 3-for-3 with Alex Adams and Cody Little also picking up hits. He faced all 18 White Sox batters and struck out six on the day.

The White Sox got 1-for-2 days out of Parker Sanders and Ryan Williamson to account for their only two hits.


Jammers 19, Crocs 10

The Dixie Angel Jammers powered out six home runs Tuesday night as they scored seven runs in the first five in the second and six in the fourth to defeat the Crocs 19-10.

Erica Henderson took center stage belting three homers while teammates Hannah Spann finished with two and Brittany Knotts had one to go with two other hits. Kristen Dease, Kewondra Knight, Ashlie Mahaffey and Cameron Debose had big nights as well for the Jammers with two hits apiece.

For the Crocs Strother finished with three hits and Barnette had two. Henderson and Spann combined for the win on the mound for the Jammers.

Bay Bears 13, Lookouts 8

The Bay Bears remained undefeated as Jill Jennings struck out eight from the mound and got 13 runs of support in the 13-8 win over the Lookouts Tuesday.

Three Bay Bear hitters made the trip around the bases in one at bat as Jennings, Marley Hughes and RaeAnn Boswell all hit homers. Boswell also had two singles while Julie Money had three. Jessica Pearlstein, Marlie Wilkes and Rebecca McKenzie all had two hits.

The Lookouts were paced by Melanie Sims and Erin Groomes who both with 3-for-3 with two singles and a double. Sara Sellers had two hits, Jodi Long had a homer and a single and Rebecca Massey finished with a single.


Rumblers 15, Stampede 4

After breaking out with four runs in the first inning, the Stampede was stopped in its tracks Tuesday as the Rumblers held them scoreless the rest of the way in a 15-4 win.

The Rumblers scored in every inning and had their biggest showing in the fourth and fifth where they put five on the board in both innings. Heather West got the win for the Rumblers.

Sarah Jacobs went 3-for-3 and notched two RBI’s, Chelsea Histen and Hilary Bassett both hit triples and Chelsey Adams had a double and a pair of RBI’s for to round out the Rumblers hitting.

The Stampede got a home run out of Emily Gilbert in their four-run first inning while Marjorie Lane had a double.