Dixie League tournaments in Troy recap
Published 11:09 pm Saturday, June 27, 2009
The Eufaula Belles knocked Abbeville from the tournament Saturday night with a 10-6 win.
Chelsea Maldanado led Eufaula with three runs scored. Georgeanna Whilahead scored two runs and Mallori Green, Cheyenne Ingram, Rebecca Turner, Jennifer Nortory and Britney Lambert each scored one run.
Abbeville scored five runs in the first inning and one in the second, but none in the rest of the game in the loss. Jessica Glover, Chelsea Graddod, Kiley Ethridge, Chrislyn Thrasher, Sherri Cosby and Chelsea Stargle each scored one run.
Up next for Eufaula is a game against South Dale Monday at 6 p.m.
Enterprise Nationals 7
Eufaula’s Ozone Rookies took out the Enterprise Nationals 18-7 in action Saturday night in Troy.
Caleb Bush, Ty Gilmore and James Doss led Eufaula with three runs scored apiece. Ivan Gissendaner and Austin Davis scored two runs each and Riley Arrington, Dakota Robertson, Payton Little, Radaress Haynes and Russ Bradshaw each scored one run.
Enterprise scored all its runs in the second inning when Cody Fox, Tyler Dunn, Kameron Ward, Jessie Ramirez, Kenneth Telford, Anthony White and Chance Hutto each scored.
Eufaula will play the Enterprise Americans Monday at 6 p.m.
Greenville Nationals 11
The Greenville Nationals knocked Eufaula to the loser’s bracket with an 11-9 victory Saturday night.
Tyland, Logan, Bryce and Bishop each scored two runs for Greenville and Cameron, Tyrone and Xavier scored one run apiece.
Kyle scored two runs for Eufaula and Kyler, Henry, Drew, Hugh, Ed, Jarrod and Spencer each scored once.
The Greenville Nationals will play Troy at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Brantley knocked Brundidge out of the Pre-Minor tournament with a 14-2 victory.
Edge Branum scored three runs for Brantley, Greyson Layton and Scotty Hudson each scored two runs and Jake Kilcrease, Parker Odom, Cade Kilcrease, Samuel Tompkins, Ethan Flowers, Grant Odom and Bronson Malposs each scored one run.
Jaidyn Wilson and Julius Allen each scored one run for Brundidge.
Brantley will face Luverne at 6 p.m. Monday.
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