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Coke 6, Doctor’s Clinic 2
Luke Searcy had three hits and three RBI and Drake Parker tripled, singled and scored twice in Coke’s victory.
Chance Hamlin crossed the pay station two times for the winners.
Three Coke pitchers hurled two innings each and combined to give up just three hits while striking out nine. Austin Carter was credited with the win, with Hamlin and Parker following him to the hill.
Devin Burnside had two of DC’s three safeties. Burnside, who also stole three bases, and Austin Rudd scored the Doctor’s Clinic runs. Tyler Mosley credited with a RBI in the loss.
Andrew Thayer was the losing hurler.
E.W. James 6, Kohler 1
Eric Moore spun a one-hitter with 13 strikeouts to pace the Grocers.
Mitch Arnett had a hit, scored twice and swiped two bases to pace the EWJ offense.
Jordan Davis, Channing Green and Dallas Mathis all drove in runs for the victors.
Rad McDavid had Kohler’s lone hit.
Chase Starks was the losing pitcher.
Westan 2, Goodyear 1
Drew Cooley sparkled on the hill, twirling a two-hitter with six strikeouts in an old-fashioned pitching duel against Clay Treece.
Treece also sparkled, with 11 Ks and just four hits allowed.
Alex Darnall had the winners’ lone extra-base hit, a double, and scored a run. Westan catcher Kane Taylor also tallied and had a hit.
Chase Treece drove in Goodyear’s only run with a double.
Commercial Bank 9, Coke 5
Keylon Hyde homered in a 3-for-3 performance and drove in three runs while also scoring three to pace the Bankers.
Winning pitcher Josh Floyd had two hits in three trips to the dish and plated a pair of runs. Travis Rutland went 3-for-3 and scored three times for the winners, with both Peyton Mosley and Daniel Williamson collecting two hits apiece.
Kyler Page scored twice for Coke, and Drake Parker had a triple.
Ryan Middlebrook, the first of three pitchers for the Bottlers, was charged with the mound loss.
Published in The Messenger 7.2.10

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