Troy Rec League Recap

Published 12:00 am Friday, April 13, 2001

Dixie Minor

White Sox 7

Braves 0

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Parker Sanders had a double and Daris Wilson, Greg Davis, Jeramy Murphy all had singled to help the Dixie Minor White Sox to a 7-0 win over the Braves.

Wyatt Walters pitched the first three innings for the White Sox, striking out four batters. Wilson closed the game on the mound, also striking out four batters and picking up the save.

For the Braves, Anthony McBride had a single and Jared Rogers had two singles.

Rogers struck out five batters for the Braves in two innings pitched and Matthew Ellis pitched two innings with four strike outs to his credit.

White Sox 12

Reds 7

The White Sox improved to 2-0 on the season Thursday night with a 12-7 win over the Reds.

Parker Sanders pitched four innings for the White Sox and struck out 11 batters out of 20 faced to pick up the win. Sanders gave up four hits and walked only three batters.

Sanders also led the way at the plate, going 3-for-3. Jeramy Murphy went 2-for-3 batting for the White Sox.

Brandon Pope, Corey Goodson, Wesley Hayes and Martinez Larkin all had hits for the Reds.

Mariners 3

Royals 0

The Mariners (2-0) won a 3-0 defensive battle against the Royals (1-1) also on Thursday.

Clifton Brady gave up just one hit for the Mariners on the mound. Ethan Harris made a double play with bases loaded in the sixth inning to save the win for the Mariners.

Douglas Hawkins led the Mariners in hitting and Trey Walters was leading hitter for the Royals.

Rangers 9

Athletics 8

The Rangers (1-1) were able to edge the Athletics (0-2) on Thursday night, 9-8, to claim their first win of the year.

Wes Sullivan and Mitch McLeod had one hit each to lead the Rangers, while Blake Thomas picked up the win on the mound.

Bernard Paul, Stecolian Brown and Quavian Lawson all had hits for the A’s.

Dixie Boys

Athletics 11

Indians 5

The Dixie Boys Athletics (2-0) used a six run sixth inning to propel themselves to an 11-5 win over the Indians.

The Athletics’ Dean Anderson and Chase Bradley had two hits each. Carter Miles, Morgan Hinson, Daniel Hightower and Mitch Herring all had one hit apiece. Kevin Brown and Bradley combined to give up six hits and struck out seven, with Brown picking up the win.

Liston Conrad and Marquez Toney each had two hits for the Indians. Chris Davis and Quavian Lewis also had hits for the Indians who fell to 1-1.

Mariners 16

Cardinals 0

The Dixie Boys Mariners bombed the Cardinals with a 16-0 four inning win on Thursday night, improving their record to 2-1.

Chris Rhodes was the winning pitcher. Rhodes gave up one hit on the night. Patrick McClure had a two RBI double in the second inning and Jud Gardner had a two RBI single, also in the second, for the Mariners. Gardner added another two RBI single in the third and Wiley Dees had two run double in the fourth, to help pace the Mariners.

Rhodes went 2-for-3 and Brian Matney, Mitch Green, Ryan Hayden all had hits for the Mariners. Kevin Thompson had two RBIs in two hits also for the Mariners.

Derick Helms had the Cardinals only hit of the night.


Storm 15

Lookouts 4

The Dixie Ponytails Storm broke open a close game, scoring five runs in the second inning and adding five more in the fourth for a 15-4 win over the Lookouts on Thursday night.

Jill Jennings was winning pitcher for the Storm and Candi Boyd led the way at the plate. Boyd was 2-for-3 hitting on the night, with a two-run homer and three total RBIs to her credit. Ashley McKenzie was 2-for-2 with two doubles and three RBIs.

Chicks 13

Jammers 5

The Chicks opened the season with a 13-5 win over the Jammers on Thursday night.

Eden Harris and Rachel Folmar was 2-for-3, while Brittany Green was 2-for-2, leading the Chicks at the plate. Harris had a home run to deep centerfield.

Whitney Merritt and Courtney Freeman both had hits for the Chicks.

Merritt pitched the first three innings, allowing four runs on five hits, while striking out eight and walking four. Harris pitched the final two innings, giving up one hit and striking out four.

Amy Cole was a perfect 3-for-3 for the Jammers in a losing effort. Blair Wise, Katie Boswell and Hanna Lee all had hits as well for the Jammers.


Lookouts 16

Jammers 14

The Dixie Angels Lookouts won an offensive battle on Thursday night, 16-14, over the Jammers.

Shatae Martin and a three-run homer and Whitney Sanders added a two-run homerun. Melanie Sims had a three RBI triple in the fourth inning also for the Lookouts.

Jodi Long and Sara Sellers both pitched for the Lookouts, with each player striking out five batters.

Ivie Hilburn, Erica Henderson, and Rebecca Farrar all had home runs to lead the Jammers. Hilburn had three-run homer and Henderson followed with a two run homerun, both in the fourth inning. Farrar’s shot also scored two runs.

Kaylee Barnes had three-run triple for the Jammers and, on defense, Barnes had an unassisted double play in the first inning.’

Jammers 11

Renegades 10

The Jammers opened the year with an 11-10 win over the Renegades.

Erica Henderson had three RBIs and Ashlie Mehaffey knocked in the winning run for the Jammers. Shelby Broadway, Kayle Barnes and Cameron Dubose all had RBIs for the Jammers. Henderson’s two run homer in the fifth tied up the ball game at 10-10. Barnes scored the winning run from second base.

Kelli Sanders and Ally Ware led the Renegades with two RBIs apiece. Alex Wagy had one RBI. Barnes, for the Jammers, and Sanders, for the Renegades, each had seven strike outs pitching during the game.