Crocs pick up one-point win

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, May 31, 2000

From Special Reports

In a marathon game between the Dixie Angel Crocs and The Messenger Lugnuts, the Crocs took a tight 11-10 win that was decided in the final inning.

After scoring seven runs in the first inning, the Lugnuts looked to put the Crocs away early, but off some strong hitting in the third they matched the Lugnuts and then some with seven runs and played to a 10-10 tie in the fourth.

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After a scoreless fifth, however, the Crocs were able to plate one run in the bottom of the sixth for the win.

Rachel Folmar, Bobbie Jo Strother and Brittany Green all saw action on the mound for the Crocs while Strother led at the plate with a home run and a single. Rolmar had a home run, Shatae Martin notched a triple and Allex Barnette and Savannah Blazer each had a single.

The Lugnuts were led by Mindy Carter with a double and a single, Kasee Carter with two singles, Mary Glenn Ensley with a double and Jessie Bohannon with a single.

Bay Bears 17, Renegades 6

The TSU Dining Service Bay Bears notched their 11th win of the season with a 17-6 pounding of the Renegades Monday.

Rae Ann Boswell and Marlie Wilkes brought the bats for the Bay Bears each going 3-for-3 on the day while Jill Jennings notched a homer and a single and Marley Hughes made some noise with a grand slam. Jessica Pearlstien had two singles, Rebecca McKenzie had a double and Beth Collins finished with a single.

The Renegades were led by Kelli Sanders with two singles while Robin McLendon and Nick Jones had a single apiece. Jennings, Huges and Boswell combined on the mound for nine strikeouts.


Padres 6, Mets 5

The Regions Bank Mets made it close, but the Careermans Club Padres held on for the one-point win Monday.

Lakory Daniels and Daniel Porter combined on the mound allowing only five hits and striking out 11 as the Mets put the pressure on with three runs in the fifth, but were held scoreless in the sixth.

Daniels belted a 2-run homer to put the Padres in the lead for good in the top of the first while Luke Sanders went 2-for-3 on the day. Porter and Brandon Roundtree also had hits for the Padres.

Blake Phelps went 2-for-4 on the day while Herbert Ward, Will Fuller and David Folmar all had hits.


Dodgers 11, Reds 1

The Ross Landscaping Dodgers played three games in only four days and pulled out the split in Dixie Minor action.

They trounced the Reds 11-1 on Friday scoring in every inning and getting a complete game out of William Teal with eight strike outs.

They were led at the plate by Teal and Zach Herring who both notched a pair of hits. Nathan Hussey, Alex Adams, Jeremy McGuire, Heath Golden and Trent Boutwell also had hits in the Dodgers win.

The Reds were led by Jonathan Wade with a 2-for-3 day while Kelly Tellis, Brendon Pope and Brian Smith all getting hits.

Braves 19, Dodgers 1

In the second game on Saturday, the Dodgers ran into superb pitching performance by David Williams of the Lawrence Hardware Braves.

Williams pitched no-hitter for all four innings of the game, striking out nine and facing only 13 batters.

The Braves’ star also had a good day at the plate going 3-for-4 along with Brandon Bundy, Adam Senn, Jared Rogers and Anthony McBride. Mason Dructor, Clayton Rhodes and Nicholas Cooper all had hits as well.

Dodgers 11, Cubs 7

Bouncing back from their no-hit performance the Dodgers scored early and often against the Smith Entertainment Cubs.

Teal piced up the win striking out 13 as Bryan Teal, Heath Golden and Zack Herring all had hits.

Justin Henderson, Drew Vaughn and Dustin Smith both had two hits for the Cubs while Jake Smith, Chris Weil and Stephen Cole all had hits as well.