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Little League season gets underway at Minden Rec. Center

by Minden Press-Herald

Monday Results


Gray’s Jewelry 18
Coleman Appraisals 0

McKenna Chreene tripled, doubled and singled to lead Gray’s Jewelry, followed by Hallie Brown and Lanie Gates with a triple and two singles each. Lauren Barrett had a double and two singles, Hannah McGray had a double and single, Lexi Wood doubled and Izzy Miller, Hadley Haynes, Baylee Bonsall and Madison McGraw all had a pair of base hits.

Caiden Sky and Lexi Morrow each had singles for Coleman Appraisals.

Hunters Girls 19
Minden Athletic 2

Grace Anderson, Lucy Giddens and Lindsey Ryan all had homeruns to lead Hunters Girls. McKenzie McCoy had a triple and two singles, Kendall Eason had a triple and single, Baylee Strickland had a double and two singles, Rachel Fincher doubled and singled and Chloe Gorman had three singles. Jacayla Lewis, Kyndall Turner, Macy McEachern and Daja Hill each had base hits.

Britney Cupples tripled to lead Minden Athletic, Hannah Day doubled and Mattison Fowler, Pennylane Croud, Teal Austin, Isabella Vise and Ellie Earnhardt added base hits.

State Farm 0
Kennon Krushers 25

Bailey Haulcy and Leigha Gilbert had home runs to lead the Krushers, followed by Synyiah Rabb with a double and single, Charlie Flournoy with three singles and Brooklyn Davis, Keyonia Richardson, Serenity Hartwell, Kenya Coleman, Kailynn Williams, Tatum Oliver and Ahmani Hawkins with a pair of base hits each.

Devin Harris had the only hit for State Farm, a single.


Reagan’s Pride 4
Twisted Sisters 3

Ambree Collinsworth had two singles to lead Reagan’s, followed by Kalyn Williams, Kambree Frizzell and Kylie Barton with base hits. Sha’von Whitfield struck out six batters for Reagan’s and Abigail Clark struck out two batters.

Elizabeth Cage, Lexi Bradley and Lillian Jolley each had base hits to lead Twisted Sisters. Cage struck out six batters in the circle, followed by Dakota Howard who struck out two batters.

Timberland Elite 6
Filly Express 2

Colby Hollis and Kenzie Warmack had home runs to lead Elite, followed by Lily Giddens with a triple and Lainey Mercer and Landrey Synco added singles. Hollis struck out four batters and Mercer sat down three.

Kylie Ryan had a double and single for Express, followed by Alyssa Streetman with a double and Kaydree Kemp with a base hit. Ryan struck out six batters in the circle.


Blue Bombers 13
Kennon Her-ricanes 11

Evelyn Butler and Molly Fowler had the only base hits for the Blue Bombers, while Allie Spigener struck out six batters on the mound.

Haleigh Cooper had a homerun and a single to lead the Her-ricanes, followed by Ada Gilbert and Amari Knapp with base hits.


Glenbrook 11
Pink Pratique 0

Hannah Mosley had a double to lead Glenbrook, followed by Faith Earnhardt and Alyssa Martin with singles. Martin and Mosley combined to no-hit Pink Pratique and strikeout six batters.

Holley Estes and Kristen Smith eacch pitched well for Pink Pratique, limiting Glenbrook to three hits.

Lakeside 18
Southern Heat 4

Cecily Gurgainers struck out five batters and doubled to lead Lakeside to victory. Garland Sanders doubled and singled and Maddie Whitaker singled for Lakeside.

Chelsea Mays had a single for the Heat’s only hit and Halie Cross struck out three batters.


Outlaws 15
Force 2

Jaxon Smith had a homerun, double and single to lead the Outlaws, followed by Jackson Speer with a triple and double. Ryan Reagan crushed a double and had two singles as well, followed by Cash Frizzell with two singles, Landon Brewer with a double and Cameron Davis, Dylan Buckner and Hudson Glasscock with singles.

Eli Bray, Clayton Towns, Preston Frye and Levi Miller each had base hits for the Force.

Log Cabin Outlaws 5
Minden’s Finest Storage 2

Jamall Carey had a home run and single to lead Log Cabin, followed by Levi Royer with a triple. Remington Arender, Dakota Royer, Tony Flynn, Dakota Roberts and Nolan Harmanson each added singles.

Mikey Shepherd had two singles, while Keegan Pope and Hunter Walker had base hits to lead Minden’s Finest.

Minden’s Farm & Garden 1
Sluggers 0

Tanner Johnson homered and added a double to lead Farm & Garden, while Eli Campbell added a single.

Garrett Simpson tripledd and singled for the Sluggers, followed by Michael Hernandez with a single.

Cubs 8
Wrecking Crew 6

Zander Plunkett doubled to lead the Cubs, followed by Eli Santelices with two clutch doubles. Kennedy Burns, Jaxxon Brizzel, Levi Rhodes and Gavin Harris added base hits.
Malachi West doubled and singled for the Crew, while Brandon Winston, Bryan Melina, Grayson Gorum, Kyler Ray and Hunter Bell added base hits.


Young Guns 0
Apaches 16

Landry Powell, Grayson Williams, Cade Frye, Deonte Jackson, Jakobe Jackson and Whyatt Whorton had singles for the Apaches. Cason Clemons and Landry Powell each pitched for the Apaches, combining to strikeout seven batters.

Travis Randle had the only hit for the Young Guns, a single. Ethan Vise tossed two innings for the Guns and struck out three batters.

Patriots 7
Tigers 5

Cason McCoy had the only hit, a single, for the Patriots, while Jordan Isbell pitched three innings and struck out eight batters.

Jaylun Hawkins led the Tigers with two singles, followed by D.J. Sites and Nolan Garms with singles. Jacob Whitehead struck out five batters for the Tigers.

Wonder Boys 16
Bandits 0

The Wonder Boys were led by Brody Bower with a double, followed by Zander Rowell and Bryson Ranger with singles. Easton Sanders took the mound for the Wonder Boys and struck out four batters while pitching a no-hitter in the season’s first game.

Levi Pope took the mound for the Bandits and struck out four batters, while Deston Clanton struck out three.

Dixie Youth

Waste Commanders 13
Minden Athletic 6

R.J. Dillard and Keaton Lofton had triples to lead Waste Commanders, followed by Blaine Bradley and Brandon Winston with singles. Parker Cooper and Winston had two strikeouts each on the mound.

A.J. Coleman had a home run to start his season off for Minden Athletic, followed by Koby Mangrum with a double and Price Miller, Landon Hopkins and Reggie Reed with singles. Miller struck out five batters on the mound.

Lions Club 12
Elm St. Dental 1

C.J. Watts blasted a home run and Maddox Mandino ripped two triples to lead Lions Club to victory. Hayden Harmon added a triple for Lions Club, followed by Dayton Sims, Cade Boley and Andy Ebert with singles. Bradley Dick struck out five batters and Cooper Chase sat down three batters as Lions Club no-hit Elm St Dental.

Seth Levesque struck out three batters and gave up just one hit for Elm St. Dental and Luke Vining struck out one batter.

MPC Bulldogs 14
Minden Redbirds 0

Peyton Wells crushed a home run, Drake Freeman tripled and Cale Hollis, Grady Brasher, Nick Mercer and Kendall Flournoy all singled for the Bulldogs. Peyton Wells pitched a great game, striking out 11 batters and no-hitting the Redbirds.

Connor Humphreys struck out five batters to lead the Redbirds on the mound.

Dixie Boys

Webster 9
Bombers 1

Andrew Fegley had two singles and Carson Parker and Parker Hall added base hits to lead Webster. Fegley also fanned six batters and Trenton McLaughlin struck out four.

Eathan Waller and Cameron Choat had singles for the Bombers. Trevor Chachere struck out two.

Lakeside 6
Glenbrook 5

Hunter Womack doubled and singled to lead Lakeside, followed by Kris Stewart with a double. Trevor Randle, Hunter Guthrie and Jordan Pruett each added singles.
Ryan Sheets had the only hit for Glenbrook, a single. Thomas Parnell struck out five batters for the Apaches.

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