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AAA BOYS

Tomahawks 12, Bandits 8

Hayden Williams had one home run and two RBI to lead the Tomahawks to their third victory of the season.

Lucas Owens had three RBI for the Bandits in the loss.

DHC Service 12, Bandits 3

Bryson Finley and Carson Powell combined for four RBI as DHC Service used a nine-run fourth inning to take the win.

AA BOYS

Warriors 4, AC Service 2

Jace Waller had one triple and Wyatt Chandler, Brayden Watkins and Dawson Gatson each doubled as the Warriors grabbed the win.

Lincoln Foster had a triple for AC Service, who also got hits from Kaiden Kinsley and Aiden Kolb.

Tigers 16, Crushers 1

Maddox Cascio had three hits, as did Davis Powell, who had a single, a double and a triple to lead the tigers.

Jaxon Branch and Weston Duck also had three hits.

DIXIE YOUTH

Outlaws 7, Vipers 5

Reagan Feazel and Bryson Ranger each had multiple hits to lead the Outlaws to a late victory.

Levi Pope had one hit for the Vipers, who got a home run from Jaylun Hawkins.

Timberland 5, Crusaders 4

Hunter Sutton had two hits to lead Timberland.

Brayden Winson had a triple for the Crusaders.

Eli Still pitched four excellent innings for Timberland, giving up just three hits and striking out three batters.

PONYTAILS

TCS Elite 14, Anderson A’s 4

Layla Slaughter had two hits, as Claire Hays, Leigha Gilbert and Gabby Brown each pitched in with hits to help TCS to the win.

JaCoya Lewis had one hit for the A’s.

DIXIE ANGELS

MMC Lifesavers 8, Coleman’s Divas 5

Lanie Gates and Raleah Harris each had two hits for the Lifesavers. 

One of Harris’ hits was a home run, as the Lifesavers used a three-run third inning to pull away.

Diamond Divas 4, Hol-Mont 1

Loren Sivils had a home run to lead the Divas as Kynzie Smith and Ellie Earnhardt pitched an excellent game to put the Divas over the top.

Selena Cooper had one hit for Hol-Mont.

DARLINGS

State Farm 4, Major Impact 2

La’Rogenae Hill had two hits to lead State Farm, who got hits from McKinley James, Chloe Gregg, Kaylee Hamilton and McKenzie Jackson.

Major Impact stayed in the game thanks to two hits from Addison Gantt. Layla Holford, Emmaline Harmon, and Courtnei Hampton also had hits for Major Impact.

Diamonds 15, Horseshoe Dental 0

It was an offensive slugfest for the Diamonds as Emmilee Ware led the way with three hits, including one home run. 

Avery Tanner and Madisyn Jennigan also had three-hit games for the Diamonds. Ella Wood, Tiffany Byrd and Stormy Middleton each had multiple-hit games as well for the Diamonds.

Bella Blewer and Bryleigh Grubbs each had hits for Horseshoe Dental.

“A” BOYS

Tammy’s Tax Titans 4, Pepper Fence 1

Derrick Jackson and Eli Gregg each had two hits to lead the Titans to the win. The Titans scored four runs in the first inning and never looked back as Kaleb Combs, Zaydan Lott and Kaydan Johnson also pitched in with big hits.

Brody Shockley led Pepper Fence with two hits.

Shotcallers 12, Bulldawgs 0

Ryder Hollingsworth led the way with three hits as the Shotcallers cruised to victory.

Marshall Duck, Gray Williams, Brady Walker and Hunter Cottrell each had multiple-hit games for the Shotcallers in the win.

Coleman Ervin, Peyton Williams and Andrew Scriber had multiple-hit games for the Bulldawgs.

Check out our photo gallery from Thursday’s games! All photos are by JJ Marshall/Press-Herald photos

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