Minden Athletic 18
State Farm 3
Pennylane Croad doubled and singled to lead Minden Athletic, followed by Hannah Day with three singles. Gemi Robinson, Ellie Earnhardt, Briley Cupples and Ella Heflin had two singles each and Mattison Fowler, Teal Austin, Izzy McMillan and Gracie Schaub added base hits.
Lissa Toussaint, MaKenzie Hamiter and Devin Harris had singles for State Farm.
Gray’s Jewelry 11
Hunters Girls 10
McKenna Chreene led Gray’s with a single, double and triple, followed by Hadley Haynes with a double and two singles. Baylee Bonsall and Lauren Barrett had three singles, Lanie Gates had two singles and Izzy Miller and Lexi Wood added hits.
Mackenzie McCoy crushed a pair of home runs to lead Hunters, followed by Lindsey Ryan with a home run, triple and single. Lucy Giddens blasted a home run of her own to go with two singles, followed by Grace Anderson, Chloe Gorman and Baylee Strickland with two singles.
Brooklyn Edwards and Jacoya Lewis added singles.
Kennon Krushers 19
Leigha Gilbert and Leyla Slaughter each homered to lead Kennon, followed by Brooklyn Davis and Kaelynn Williams with a triple and double. Syniah Robinson singled and doubled, Ahmani Hawkins doubled, Baleigh Haulcy, Tatum Oliver, Madison Tillman and Keinya Coleman came through with two singles each. Charlie Flournoy and Serenity Hartwell added singles.
Marley Black and Cydnee Walker doubled and Hallie Harmon and Bailey Mangrum added base hits for the Stingrays.
Twisted Sisters 9
Elisabeth Cage hit two doubles and Katelin Weston had a double and single to lead Twisted Sisters. Aubrie Plunkett, Dakota Howard, Kaleigh Foster and Emma Watson had singles.
No hits were recorded for the Lifesavers, but Alleigh Basinger struck out two batters in the circle.
Timberland Elite 3
Colby Hollis had two singles for Timberland, followed by Kenzie Warmack with a single. Hollis pitched well, striking out six batters for Elite.
Laci Cheatham homered for Pride, followed by Kalyn Williams, Vivian Still, Emalyn Anders and Tiffani Brown with base hits. Still pitched and struck out five batters.
Shapell Oil 6
Blue Bombers 7
Trista Pruitt, Molly Fowler and Kendall Lynn singled for the Blue Bombers. Lynn pitched and struck out two batters.
Lexie Coleman and Gracie Green each singled to lead Shapell and Livi McKenzie struck out an impressive eight batters.
Pink Pratique 5
Lakeside was led by Cecily Gurgainers and Savannah Wilson with singles at the plate, and Gurgainers struck out seven batters in the circle.
Holly Estes doubled for Pink Pratique, followed by Quesha Jackson with two singles and Ryleigh Warmack, Reagan Lee and Shania Freelon added base hits. Estes also struck out four batters in the circle.
Wimberly Warriors 3
Drake Chreene tripled and singled, Holden Williams and Mason Shipp had two singles and Kaleb Rolan, Tate Fegley and Davis Powell added base hits.
Bryson Finley homered for the Warriors, followed by Keaton Davis with two singles and Jaxson Cannon, Brandon Floud and Carson Powell with singles.
Town & Country 5
Lucas Owens had three hits, Jackson O’Brian, Colton Jellum, Tristan Grigsby and Hayden Williams had two hits and Jesse McKeithen added a base hit for Advanced.
Town & Country was led by Mason Atkins with a triple, followed by Jude Oglesby with two singled and Michael Sheets, Noah Gullet, Jayce Hinkle and Zack Moseley with base hits.
Preston Frye and Nolan Still had two singles for Force, followed by Eli Still, Jaxson Waller, Landon Rushing, Garrett Adams, Matthew Michael and Abram Jordan with base hits.
Jordan Ainsworth doubled and Pistol Thomas, Peyton Houston, Zander Rice and Dawson Smith all singled for Sluggers.
Fundamental Sports 1
Jessie Montoya tripled, Tanner Johnson had two singles and Eli Campbell, Landon Finley, Jameson Bray and Peyton Campbell added base hits.
Gavin Miller, Zavius Lewis, Landon Wafer and Blake Lewis had base hits for Fundamental Sports.
Young Guns 12
Ethan Vise tripled and added two singles for Young Guns, followed by Elliot Sheppard with a double and D.J. Carter with a single. Noah Spears pitched and struck out six batters.
Elijah Redding had a single for the Patriots only hit. Jordan Isbell struck out eight batters.
Wonder Boys 17
Easton Sanders tripled, Reagan Coyle doubled and Landyn Huddleston had three singles to lead Wonder Boys. Bryson Ranger had two singles and Dylan Lewis added a base hit. Brody Bower potched for Wonder Boys and struck out seven batters.
Kanon Corley singled for the Crushers’ only hit.
Jakobe Jackson tripled and doubled for the Apaches, followed by Cason Clemons with a single. Clemons also pitched, striking out nine batters on the mound.
Jaylun Hawkins doubled for the Tigers only hit. Jase Pate struck out four batters.
Elm St. Tigers 7
Seth Mangrum tripled and doubled to lead the Tigers, followed by Hunter Sutton with a triple. Dawson Day added a double for the Tigers and Jackson Lott singled. Mangrum struck out five batters for the Tigers.
Levi Pope doubled and Jameson Couch and Gavyn Davis added base hits for the Bandits. Pope also pitched and struck out seven batters.
Benton & Brown 4
Connor Humphreys tripled and Matthew Seales singled for the Redbirds. Andrew Cooper took the mound and struck out 10 batters.
Jacquez Jackson led Benton & Brown with a double and single, followed by Cameron Combs, Caleb Rhodes and Dexter Smith with base hits. Dexter Smith pitched an outstanding game, striking out a whopping 15 batters.
Lions Club 9
Minden Athletic 4
C.J. Watts homered, Maddox Mandino tripled, Cooper Chase doubled and singled, Hayden Harmon doubled and Dayton Sims and Bradley Dick had base hits for Lions Club. C.J. Watts pitched and struck out 10 batters.
Price Miller doubled and singled and Landen Hopkins singled for Minden Athletic.
ESI Blasters 4
Hunter Womack tripled and Landon Rasberry, Brian Foster, Blake Bradley and Adam Culpepper singled for Lakeside. Womack pitched and struck out five batters as well.
Cody Johnson and Christian Stevens singled for the Blasters only two hits. Keegan Frizzel struck out one batter for the Blasters.
Beau Branch tripled and doubled to lead Glenbrook, followed by Cade Clemons with a triple, Ryan Sheets with a double and Kip Reeder and Jackson Powell with singles. Clemons took the mound and struck out seven batters for Glenbrook.
Carson Fields and Seth Johnson doubled to lead Webster. Fields pitched as well, striking out one batter.
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