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Coke 5, Westan 4
Chance Hamlin singled home Drake Parker for the winning run in the top of the sixth inning on Thursday evening.
All totaled, Parker scored twice as did Hamlin. Otherwise, Luke Searcy was a perfect 3-for-3 for the Bottlers, while Austin Carter finished 2-for-3 with a pair of RBI.
Hamlin started the game on the mound, striking out seven and allowing just three hits in five innings. Austin Carter tossed one inning to get the victory.
Westan’s Drew Cooley, who recorded eight punchouts, absorbed the mound defeat.
Goodyear 12, Dr.’s Clinic 1
The Tiremen scored at least one run in all but the third inning of Thursday’s 11-run victory.
Winning pitcher Clay Treece drove in a pair and scored twice, while Caleb Long crossed the pay station on three occasions.
Otherwise, Brady Chandler and Abram Carroll both accounted for two Tiremen runs.
DC had Christian Cousar leading the way with a 2-for-3 outing, while Camden Napper scored the team’s only tally.
On the hill, Treece struck out 10 and allowed just three hits.
Napper was the losing pitcher, while Cousar and Andrew Thayer both pitched in relief.
Comm. Bank 16, Westan 3
Peyton Mosley smacked a pair of doubles that resulted in four RBI and Josh Floyd drove in three runs to propel the Bankers to a Monday night rout.
Daniel Williamson scored four runs, while both Knox Faulkner and Travis Rutland crossed the pay station three times apiece. Rutland, the winning pitcher, also had two hits for the winners who scored in every inning — including a seven-run outburst in the third.
Wade Victory had hits in both of his at-bats and drove in one of Westan’s three runs. Kane Taylor also had a hit and a RBI, and Colton Carr singled and scored a run.
Victory was tagged with the pitching loss. Six of the runs tallied against him and two relievers were unearned due to errors.
Goodyear 10, Kohler 5
Caleb Long and Clay Treece each had two hits, two ribbies and scored twice and Kevin Cumana went 2-for-3 as Goodyear scored four times in the first and never looked back Monday.
Daulton Parish scored two runs for the victors.
Long went the six-inning distance, fanning five for the pitching win.
Rad McDavid went 2-for-3 and drove in a pair of runs and Eric Torress had two hits and scored a run for Kohler. Taylor Hopper scored twice, while Chase Starks drove in a tally and scored another.
Waylong Spaulding, the first of three pitchers, was saddled with the mound setback. Starks pitched a scoreless inning of relief.
Published in The Messenger 6.29.10

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