Ahoskie Rec Leagues continue action
Published 9:19 am Thursday, June 4, 2009
AHOSKIE – Baseball and softball continues in the summer leagues of the Ahoskie Recreation Department.
Lions – 10, Sportrax – 9
The Lions rallied with two runs in the bottom of the fifth frame as they edged Sportrax 10-9 in a Jr. Little League game here last week.
Sportrax had taken a 9-8 lead with one run in the top of the inning, but the Lions rallied.
DeAndra Beverly was the winning pitcher for Lions, going all five innings and striking out nine.
The leading hitters were Matthew Evans and Calvin Nygaard with one hit each.
Stoney Creek – 18, Lions – 0
Stoney Creek scored two runs in the first frame, but added 16 in the third as they outdistanced Lions 18-0 in a four-inning game here last week.
Bryan Merritt was the winning pitcher and also added a homerun and a base hit at the plate.
Tyler Pope, Paul Tilley and Brandon Terry had two hits each while Tyler Hoggard added a homerun and a double. Ackerman Grace had three-fourths of the cycle with a single, double and triple. Quincy Godwin added a double while Devan Ivey had a single and a double.
IFS – 9, WOW – 0
Integrated Family Services scored in the first two innings and went on to a 9-0 Midget League victory over WOW here last week.
IFS scored five runs in the first inning and four in the second to secure the victory.
Schueck Steel – 15, Just Jenn – 4
Schueck Steel captured at 15-4 Senior Girl’s Softball win over Just Jenn Monday.
Heather Joyner picked up the victory on the mound while the offense was paced by Ashlyn Cooke (triple), Joyner (single) and Megan White (single).
Kiwanis – 7, IFS – 6
Kiwanis scored one run in the bottom of the fifth frame Monday night to snap a 6-all tie and defeat Integrated Family Services 7-6 in a Midget League game.
Slade Cowan picked up the win with five innings pitched and 15 strikeouts. Nick Hoggard suffered the loss, but struck out 12 in the five innings.
IFS was led by Lofton Lassiter with two hits while Seth Parker, Chris Barmer, Nick Hoggard and Chase Evans had one each.
BJDC – 5, Kiwanis – 4
Baker, Jones, Daly and Carter took an early 4-1 lead and held on for a 5-4 Midget League win over Kiwanis last week.
Bradley Edwards and Pierre Vaughan were the offensive leaders for BJDC.