Published 12:00 am Thursday, May 2, 2002

Dixie Ponytail

Lookouts 10

Sand Gnats 3

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The Dixie Ponytail Lookouts maintained their hold on first place in the league with a 10-3 win over the Sand Gnats on Monday night.

Keyani Foster and Kasey Adams crossed the plate three times for the Lookouts and Hannah Spann scored twice. Jessica Pearlstein and Savannah Blazer each scored once.

Brittany Knotts scored twice for the Sand Gnats and Ashton Ingram scored one run also.

Chicks 17

Storm 6

The Chicks scored five runs in the first, second and fourth innings of play to beat the Storm 17-6, also on Monday.

Scored runs for the Chicks: Jodi Long, Rachel Folmar, Marinna Coleman, Courtney Freeman, Jamie Sanders, Brittany Bass, Marlie Wilkes, J.J. Snyder and Julie Sanders.

Scored runs for the Storm: Jazmen Seymore, Shatae Martin, Julie Money, Meghan Ellis and Lakia Starks.

Dixie Angels

Renegades 6

Mudcats 2

The Renegades improved to 6-0 with a four-run win over the second place Mudcats in Dixie Angels play.

Sara Richburg, Courtney Woods, Ally Ware, Kritsen McLendon, Nicole McLeod and Mellisa Sullivan scored runs for the Renegades.

Shera Upshaw and Caitlin Sexton scored the Mudcats’ two runs.

Dixie Darlings

Mudcats 18

Lookouts 3

Alex Thorpe crossed home plate five times to lead the Dixie Darlings Mudcats in scoring on Tuesday with a 18-3 win over the Lookouts.

Stephanie Finlayson, Erica Blanchard and Betsey Jennings each scored three times also for the Mudcats. Brittany Newman scored twice and Haley Hawkins and Kaley Wade each scored once.

Stella Ginyard had two runs for the Lookouts. Mariah Brooks scored once.

Dixie Sweetees

Lookouts 6

Bees 0

The Lookouts got four runs from the middle of their batting order to beat the Bees 6-0 on Tuesday.

Katie Middlebrooks, Jessica Wilkes, Merla Laviner and Asiah Reeves each scored once for the Lookouts. Stacey Tillery and Julie Middlebrooks also scored runs.

The ensuing game between the Storm and the Rivercats was cancelled due to inclement weather.

Dixie Boys

The Reds powered past the Braves 8-1 and then managed to take a three-run win over the Rangers 9-6, pushing their season record to 7-0 on the year, tops in Dixie Boys.

The A’s are second in the league with a mark of 5-1.

The Reds got two hits each from Marquez Toney and Shawn McClure in the 8-1 win last week over the third-place Braves. Jim Wallace had a triple with three RBIs for the Reds in the second inning and Chris Davis, Drew Walker, Tony Gillo, Devin Miller, Jerrell Fielder and Taylor Sunday each had hits also for the Reds.

Toney pitched five innings to earn the win for the Reds. He allowed two hits, while striking out eight.

Chase Rogers, Justin Cope and Jered Sewell each had hits for the 4-3 Braves.

Against the Rangers, Toney had two hits and Quentine Thomas had two triples, one scoring two RBIs in the fourth, to help lead the Reds over the Rangers, 9-6.

Wallace, Davis, Walker, Gillo, McClure, and Miller also contributed hits to the Reds’ 10-hit effort.

Wallace pitched five of the six inning contest to pick up the win.

Cooper Nichols had a one-run homer, as well as a single to lead the Rangers. John Campbell added a basehit also.

Dixie Minor

Mets 10

Royals 0

The Mets improved to 6-0 on the year with a 10-0 four-inning win over the Royals on Saturday.

Ross Hixon picked up the win in three innings of work with Will Starling coming in as relief in the fourth. Hixon struck out seven of the 12 batters he faced, while Starling struck out two of four in the final inning.

The Mets took advantage of 11 walks issued by Royals’ pitching to build the big lead. Hixon, Kyle Flowers and Lloyd Shillabeer all had hits for the Mets.

Dixie Youth

Yankees 16

Orioles 4

The Dixie Youth Yankees pounded out 16 hits against the Orioles to keep themselves one game behind the league-leading Dodgers with a 16-4 victory on Saturday.

The Dodgers still sit atop the league standings with a 7-0 mark. The Yankees improved to 5-1, while the Orioles are still winless on the season at 0-6.

Parker Sanders went 3-for-3 to lead the Yankees. Also having hits were: Ryan Skeen (2), Aaron Allen (2), Darrell Reynolds (2), Justin Sanders (2) and Brint Anderson (2). Quan Bryant and Greg Davis had hits as well.

Parker Sanders and Reynolds combined to pick up the win for the Yankees.

Clifton Brady, Corey Goodson and Christopher Faulkner each had singles for the Orioles.