Sox try and keep pace with
Published 12:00 am Friday, June 2, 2000
the Cardinals in Dixie Youth
From Special Reports
Trying to keep pace with the league-leading and undefeated Dixie Youth Cardinals, the Rogers Company Inc. White Sox notched a couple of big wins last week outscoring the Lyncoach Reds and Dairy Fresh Red Sox by 10 runs and ending both games early.
White Sox 13, Red Sox 3
The White Sox scored six runs in both the first and the third innings last Friday adding one in the fourth and holding the Red Sox scoreless in the final two innings to notch the 10-point win.
John Campbell got the win for the White Sox on the mound with Chase Rogers coming up big at the plate going 3-for-3 and notching a double on the day. Judson Ricks went 2-for-3, Marquez Toney had a double and Quintin Thomas finished with a triple. Anthony Sherrer had a double for the Red Sox.
White Sox 14, Reds 4
With Campbell starting this time for the White Sox, Toney came on in relief to get the save as the game was called after four innings.
The White Sox picked up a strong six runs in the first inning and got a infield-clearing triple with the bases juiced by Patrick Greene to highlight their day at the plate. Blake Sanders added a double for the White Sox while Ricks and Campbell each had hits.
Jammers 12, Stampede 9
The Beard Oil Jammers got a five inning pitching performance out of Whitney Johnson and held the Flint Equipment Co. Stampede scoreless in their final at bat to pull off the 12-9 win.
With five runs in the first, three in the third and four in the fourth, the Jammers got a good day of hitting out of April Headley with a double and a single and also hits from Katie Boswell, Eden Stamey and Brittany Ledford.
Johnson struck out 10 batters on the day with the Stampede’s Autumn Welch finishing with a double and single and Amber Kilpatrick notching a double.
Rumblers 12, Wildfires 6
The Wise Office Supply Rumblers doubled up the AirTek Construction Wildfires Tuesday 12-6, scoring in every inning and putting together a five-run fourth inning to really put the Wildfires away.
Heather West struck out 12 Wildfire batters through five innings on her way to the win on the mound. She and teammate Blair Wise led the team at the plate as well going 3-for-4 while Wise had two doubles and West finished with three RBI’s.
Jehle Flowers also had a nice day notching a pair of doubles, Hilary Bassett had two singles and Sarah Jacobs finished with a triple. Brittany Ragland, Meghan Baker, Chelsea Haisten and Chelsey Adams all had hits as well. Daniell Ettefaugh and Cameron Locklar both had hits for the Wildfires.