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Thursday’s Minden Rec. Little League action

by Minden Press-Herald


Minden Athletic 14
Bon Temps 11

Mattison Fowler doubled and singled to lead Minden Athletic, followed by Gracie Schaub with a double. Pennylane Croad had three singles, Teal Austin, Isabella Vise, Ellie Earnhardt and Gemi Robinson all had two base hits and Hannah Day and Briley Cupples had base hits for Minden Athletic.

Maggie Mandino doubled, Myla Hubbard had two base hits and Sunni Franks, Aaliyah Allen, Jordan Allen, Loren Sivils, Jaydee Tuttle and Maggie Pesnell all added base hits for Bon Temps.

Kennon Krushers 14
Hunters girls 3

Baliegh Haulsey had two doubles to lead Kennon, followed by Leigha Gilbert with one double and two singles. Brooklyn Davis, Serenity Hartwell, Syniah Rabb, Kalynn Williams and Tatum Oliver all had two base hits. Keyonia Richardson, Charlie Flournoy, Leyla Slaughter and Madison Tillman all had base hits.

Mackenzie McCoy and Chloe Gorman doubled to lead Hunters, followed by Lucy Giddens with two singles and Lindsey Ryan, Grace Anderson, Jacoya Lewis and Rachel Fincher all added hits.

Stingrays 11
Coleman Appraisals 7

Marley Black blasted a home run and singled to lead the Stingrays, followed by Hallie Harmon with a tripe and single. Bailey Mangrum doubled and singled, Raleah Harris and Peyton Levesque had two singles and Cyndee Walker, Alayna Blanks, Gabbi Brown and Brooklyn Fair all had hits.

For Coleman Appraisals, Ragan Williams and Jamie Long had two singles, followed by Joslyn Rabb, Erin Hunter, Madison Walker, Shelby Glen and Aaliyah Garrett with base hits.


Timberland Elite 5
Pride 0

Colby Hollis tripled and singled to lead Elite, followed by Lainey Mercer with a double and Kenzie Warmack with a double. Hollis pitched and struck out three batters.

Pride got two singles from Vivian Still, who also struck out five batters.

5-6 Little LeagueTwisted Sisters 7
Lifesavers 0

Dakota Howard homered and doubled in a big game for Twisted Sisters, followed by Elizabeth Cage, Katelin Weston and Emma Watson with base hits. Kaliegh Foster had three strikeouts pitching.

No hits were recorded for Lifesavers, but Asia Blow managed to strike out four batters in the circle.


Shapell Oil 9
Kennon Her-ricanes 6

Hollyn Edge and Delainey Johnson had singles for Shapell Oil. Livi McKenzie had an outstanding night in the circle, striking out 12 batters.

Ada Gilbert triped for Kennon, followed by Kaylin Williams, Keambre Franklin and Haliegh Cooper with singles. Franklin also struck out three batters.


Lakeside 17
Southern Heat 6

Cecily Gurgainers singled to lead Lakeside.
Southern Heat was led by Reagan Harris and Jordan Shepherd. Shepherd tripled and Harris singled. Halie Cross and Abigail Johnson each struck out three batters.

Glenbrook 9
Pink Pratique 4

Alyssa Martin and Faith Earnhardt doubled to lead Glenbrook, followed by Reese Hanson with two singles and Aubrie Dixon and Hannah Mosley with singles. Mosley struck out five batters as well.

Quesha Jackson and Shania Freelon singled for Pink Pratique, and Holly Estes struck out two batters.

Coach Pitch

Advanced 0

Peyton Caskey tripled, Abreon Curry doubled and singled, Darron Hollingsworth had two singles and Hunter Caskey doubled for MBL.

Tristan Grigsby and Hunter Day singled for Advanced.

Braves 7
Hebert’s 5

Baron Bower and Drake Chreene doubled and singled each, followed by Holden Williams with a double, Davis Powell and Tate Fegley with two singles and Colby Procell with a base hit.
Michael Sheets and Noah Gullet homered, while Mason Athins doubled for Hebert’s. Kayden Dooly added two singles and Jude Oglesby singled.


Outlaws 18
Wrecking Crew 1

Ryan Reagan tripled and doubled to lead the Outlaws, followed by Jackson Speer with a triple. Cameryn Davis doubled and singled twice, Jackson Smith doubled and singled, Gage Williams, Gaige Machen, Austin Mills and Hudson Glasscock singled twice and Cash Frizzell, Landyn Brewer, Hudson Brown and Connor Bolton each added a single.

Malachi West singled for the Wrecking Crew.

Cubs 16
Log Cabin Outlaws 3

Ethan Turner doubled and had two singles to lead the Cubs, followed by Braxton Glover with a double and single. Gavin Harris, Kevin Berry and Eli Santelices had three singles, followed by Zander Plunkett and Jaxxon Frizzell with two singles. Donavan Weston and Kennedy Burns added doubles.

Levi Royer and Jacob Jefferson had singles for the Outlaws.


Young Guns 10
Tigers 3

Parker Salas had two singles and Ethan Vise singled for Young Guns. Salas also struck out five batters.

Hunter Sutton struck out seven batters for the Tigers, who were held hitless.

Patriots 11
Crushers 6

Peyton Gray, Rion Coker and Kason McCoy had singled for the Patriots. Elijah Redding pitched two innings and struck out five batters.

Maurice Rabb tripled and singled for the Crushers and Jekoye Knowles had a single.

Johnathan Hardiman had five strikeouts on the mound.

Dixie Youth

Lions Club 6
MPC Bulldogs 2

Maddox Mandino singled twice and struck out five batters on the mound to lead Lions Club. C.J. Watts singled and struck out three. Hayden Harmon had two singles and Dayton Sims, Cooper Chase and Chase Sentell added singles.

Grady Brasher had a double, while Kendall Flournoy, Cale Hollis, Jackson Mayfield and Nick Mercer added singles. Hollis struck out five batters on the mound and Peyton Wells struck out three.

Red Birds 4
Waste Commander 3

Charles Berry crushed a home run to lead the Red Birds, followed by Connor Humphrey, Wyatt Shepherd and Dylan Stewart with singles. Andrew Cooper struck out seven batters.

R.J. Dillard doubled and singled, while Jake Wilkins and Brandon Winston singled to lead Waste Commanders. Wilkins struck out six batters on the mound.

Minden Athletic 17
Benton & Brown 6

A.J. Coleman tripled, Landen Hopkins had three singles, Price Miller doubled and singled and Parker Cupples, Koby Mangrum, Caleb Condit and Reggie Reed added singles. Miller struck out four batters.

Jaylin Williams struck out eight batters for Benton & Brown.

Dixie Boys

Glenbrook 8
Bombers 1

Cade Clemons tripled, Ryan Sheets, Thomas Parnell and Corbin Kendrick added doubles and Jackson Powell had three singles to lead Glenbrook. Sutton Synco came through with two singles as well. Parnell pitched and struck out eight batters.
Cameron Barton pitched for the Bombers.

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