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Ahoskie Rec continues

AHOSKIE – Games are continuing in the summer league for the Ahoskie Recreation Department.

Home Life Care – 6, Lion’s – 1

Home Life Care scored five times in the first two innings and went on to a 6-1 victory over Lion’s here May 19.

Tyler Jones pitched three innings and recorded four strikeouts as he took the victory while Matthew Weaver pitched three innings and had six strikeouts.

Leading the way offensively for Home Life Care were Matthew Weaver, Michael Scott, Eric Ortiz, John Taylor and Tyler Jones.

Home Life Care – 5, Sportrax – 1

Home Life Care had three runs in the first inning and added two in the third as they held off Sportrax 5-1 in a Jr. Little League game here May 16.

Jarrett Harrell picked up the pitching victory, going five innings and striking out 13. Eric Ortiz tossed the final inning and had two K’s.

Harrell, Ortiz, Matthew Weaver and Tyler Jones led the team offensively.

Home Life Care – 5, Stoney Creek – 5

Home Life Care and Stoney Creek battled to a 5-all tie in a game that was suspended because of time.

Home Life Care scored in the third inning to take a 3-0 lead, but Stoney Creek came back with two in the fourth and one in the fifth to tie the game.

Home Life Care went back ahead with two in the bottom of the fifth, but two runs by Stoney Creek in the sixth tied the contest for good.

Tyler Hoggard went 4-for-4 for Stoney Creek while Bryan Merritt had a double and Devan Ivey had a single.

Savin & Hill – 15, Golden Skillet – 4

Savin & Hill scored six times in the first inning and added eight more in the fourth as they stopped Golden Skillet 15-4 here Tuesday.

Tyler Burden pitched three innings to pick up the win, striking out nine.

Savin & Hill was led by Clay Barmer and Brock Merritt, each of whom was 2-for-4 and Casey Howard, who went 1-for-4 with a homerun.

Jordan Harrell led Golden Skillet with a 1-for-2 night.

Schueck Steel – 10, Just Jenn’s – 9

Schueck Steel built a 10-5 lead and held on for a 10-9 victory here May 21 in a Senior Girl’s softball game.

Schueck was led by Brittany Evans, who was 2-for-2 with a homerun and Heather Joyner, who went 1-for-1 with a homer.