Little League action at Minden Rec. Center

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Darlings

Kennon’s Krushers 21 Lady Rangers 0

Dakota Howard led Kennon with two triples and a homerun, followed by Baliegh Haulcy who singled and tripled. Leigha Gilbert and Ah’Lazia Douglas had two singles and a double, Kennadie Keener and Kristian White each singled twice, Brooklyn Davis singled and doubled and Aubrey Gorman, Tatum Oliver and
Leyia Slaughter added singles.

Dixie Angels

Kennon Dazzlers 4 Fuzion 5

Allee Spigener led Fuzion with a double, and Gracie Green and Jayden Dent singled. Molly Fanning struck out eight batters for Fuzion in the circle.
Lacie Cheatham and Lauren Cheatham each singled for the Dazzlers. Elisabeth Cage and Ada Gilbert combined to strike out five for the Dazzlers.
Mark Dunn Tigers 0 Timberland 3

Elyse Jackson and Caylum Lewis singled to lead Timberland. Landry Malone led the pitching staff with four strikeouts.

For the Tigers, Kaleigh Foster struck out three batters.

Dixie Belles

Glenbrook 4 OWC 3

Alysaa Martin and Hannah Mosley doubled for Glenbrook, while Kara Bryce and Aubrie Dickson added singles. Alyssa Martin led the way on the mound
striking out five and giving up just two hits.

Haley Machen had two singles and a double for OWC, Karlee Osbon had two singles, and Harlie Miller and Olivia Osborne had singles.

Osborne also struck out a whopping 14 batters.

First United Methodist 5 Pink Pratique 14

Morgan Starkey, Ty’Asia Shehee and Quesha Jackson all tripled for Pink Pratique. Nancy Silva had two singles, and Zimya Manning, Kamryn Peterson and
Kimberlee Sheppard all singled.

Alexia McKenzie tripled to lead First Methodist, and Audrey Plants had a good day, singling and striking out eight batters from the circle.

Coach Pitch

Here & Yonder 5 Southern Stone 5

Cameryn Davis singled and doubled to lead Southern, Remington Arender doubled, and Ryan Reagan, Cash Frizzell, Gage Williams and Hudson Glasscock all
added two singles.

Aidan Fizer, Jordan Ainsworth and Landon Brewer singled twice to lead Here & Yonder. Jacoby Hartwell doubled and Jamall Casey and Brendan Frasier
singled.

Roma 9 CJ Consulting 1

Garrett Adams tripled for Roma to lead the hitters. Zavius Lewis, Mikey Sheppard, Preston Blakely, Peyton Houston, Brayson McKinney, Landon Morgan and
Brody Walker all added base hits.

For CJ, Zain Pruitt, Dakota Roberts, Jacob Johnson and Ethan Cox all singled.

AA

Wreckin Crew 10 Bandits 8

Kyler Monk had two doubles to lead the Crew, Levi Pope singled and doubled, and Kyler Ray, Hayden Hammett, Jekoya Knowles and Braydon Winston all had
two singles.

Everonte Williams and Hayden Watkins singled and doubled to lead the Bandits. Spencer Brantley and Deveryuon Moore doubled and Tanner Johnson and Wyatt
Wharton singled twice. Dustin Clanton added a base hit.

Exterminators 4 Braves 2

Omar Corley homered for the Exterminators. Hayden Whitehead singled twice and Joey Curry, Ross Hammett, Gavin Davis and Noah Towers all had base hits.

Carmelo Smith doubled for the Braves, Eli Campbell singled twice and Peyton Gray and Landon Finley singled.

Lil Soldiers 0 Wonder Boys 17

Reagan Coyle had two homeruns and a double for the Wonder Boys. Landon Huddleston and Bryson Ranger homered as well.Brody Bower and Easton Sanders
doubled and singled, and Jackson Speer, Gaige Machen, Jaxon Smith, Hudson Brown and Kevin Berry singled.

Christian Ambrosio singled for the Lil Soldiers.

Elm St Dental 8

Alpha Energy 1

Ethan Turner had three singles, Dawson Day and Mason Goodman doubled, Kaleb Williams, Seth Mangrum and Kennedy Burns singled twice and Eli Santelices
and Levi Rhodes singled.

Matthew Michael, Drake Lewis, Hunter Bell, Brayson Cummings and Jonathan Dick all had base hits to lead Alpha.

AAA

Kirk’s Towing 3 Holmont 10

Dexter Smith and Landon Morrow singled to lead Holmont.

Jacob Whitehead doubled and Darius Carter singled to lead Kirk’s.

Paul Clayton struck out seven batters for Holmont.

Minden Athletic 18 Alpha Energy 0

Kendall Flournoy had three singles and Chase Tolbert tripled to lead Minden Athletic. Collin Murphy and Cooper Chase singled. Cooper Chase had a big
day on the mound striking out 14 batters.

Gavin Woodall singled to lead Alpha and Jaylin Williams struck out seven batters.

Apaches 8 Lion’s Club 2

Cason Clemons doubled, and CJ Watts had three singles to lead the Apaches. Maddox Mandino and Landry Powell singled.

Brandon Winston, Ethan Latour and Bryce Powell singled for Lion’s Club.

Jake Wilkins struck out six batters for Lion’s Club.

Skeeters 0 Alpha Railroad 15

Price Miller had two singles for Alpha and Hayden Harmon struck out nine batters.

Ethan Vise and Jase Pate combined to strikeout four batters for Skeeters.

Dixie Youth

Braves 1 Bulldogs 11

Jackson Mayfield tripled, Jonathan Parkerson doubled, Grady Brasher had two singles and Carson Parker and J’Roceyun Scott singled.

Johnathan Parkerson struck out eight batters for the Bulldogs.

Ryley Pate singled and Grayson Lamar sat down 11 batters for the Braves.

Swain’s Sluggers 17 Tide 0

Caid Thomas tripled and singled, Hayden Brown doubled and singled, Cale Hollis doubled, Je’Dyah Taylor singled twice and Brian Foster singled.

Cooper Parks, Felix Weston and Seth Johnson combined to sit down seven batters for the Tide.

Dixie Boys

Farm Bureau 10 Lakeside 3

Millard Johnson tripled to lead Farm Bureau, Wesley Dennis doubled and Joseph Kidd, Chance Frizzell, Caden Volentine and Garrett Hall singled.

For Lakeside, Landon Rasberry, Alex Haynie and Trent Sparks singled to lead the way.

Minden Elite 0 Glenbrook 15

Haynes Mandino had a big day for Glenbrook, smashing a triple and a double to lead the attack. Cade Clemons tripled as well, Thomas Parnell had two
singles and Austin King and Beau Branch had base hits.

The trio of Cade Clemons, Branthony Brown and Nick Mourad combined to strikeout 11 batters and no-hit Minden Elite.

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