Coffey leads Dodgers to LL victory

Posted on Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 10:43 am

 The Dodgers escaped a close one with the Pirates 8-7 in Little League baseball. Jared Coffey led the Dodgers with a HR and a single, while Clete Lewis’ two hits and Bryson Kelly’s double led the Pirates in the defeat. Nate Britt is credited with the win, while Lewis gets the loss.

 The Yankees defeated the Senators 12-4. Spencer Mills led the Yankees with three hits, including one HR, along with Evan Seals’ two hits, while Jeremiah Anderson’s two hits led the Senators in the loss. Mills is credited with the win for the Yankees, while Elijah Patterson receives the loss.

 The Twins tamed the Tigers 10-2. Jared Rohrer and Colt Shoemaker’s two hits each led the Twins, while Tanner Lemka’s single led the Tigers in the defeat. Dorian Carmichael is credited with the win, while Copper Eldridge gets the loss.

 The Redlegs took down the Red Sox 12-2. Carson Williams’ two hits along with Seth Harrell and Camden Buckingham’s one hit each led the Redlegs, while Corbin Yount’s HR and Trevor Edwards’ single led the Red Sox in the loss. Harrell is credited with the win for the Redlegs, while Grant Misenheimer gets the loss.

 Boys Junior League

 The Phillies topped the Bears 8-4. Nate Keaton and Robert Beets’ one hit each led the Phillies, while Jeremiah Seals’ two hits along with Luis Pressley and Zak Gibbons’ one hit each led the Bears. Eli Ferguson is credited with the win, while Jessee Tipton gets the loss.

 The Smokies took down the Wildcats 6-4. Bryce Hall and Dylan Noe’s on hit each led the Smokies. Matt Martin, Ruston Rigney, Elijah Brown, and Austin Smith each recorded one hit for the Wildcats in the loss. Patrick Muscari is credited with the win, while Brown gets the loss for the Wildcats.

 Girls Little League

 The Katz defeated the Royals 10-1. Olivia Keith and Kelsey Killian’s two hits each, along with Addison Jones’ one hit led the Katz, while Liz Hodges, Maikala Lane, and Madison Thompson led the Royals with one hit each. Morgan Heidel is credited with the win, while Halie King gets the loss.

 The Rockies topped the Fawns 9-1. Macy Hefner and Summer Gahagan’s three hits each led the Rockies, while Tori Carter’s two hits led the Fawns in the loss. KeiAndre Harper is credited with the win, while Carter receives the loss for the Fawns.

 Men

 The Outlaws topped Walker’s Wolfpack 14-5. Jamey Southerland’s four hits led the Outlaws, while Brandon Valentine’s two hits led the Wolfpack. Lee Manning is credited with the win, while Dennis Wood gets the loss.

 Holt’s IGA defeated the Loaded Guns 13-1. Kevin Helton’s two hits, including one HR, led Holt’s IGA, while Dustin Stevens’ two hits led the Loaded Guns. Ben Waller is credited with the win, while Jeremy Hawkins receives the loss.

 True Life Church took down the Vifan Linebreakers 17-14. David Nolen’s two HRs, along with James Thompson’s two hits, led True Life Church, while Josh Watson’s two HRs, Dale Salvalagio’s one HR, and Don Bond’s HR led the Linebreakers. Mark Sonnenmeyer is credited with the win, while Daryl Raines gets the loss.

 The Reapers fell to the Moose Squad 17-15. Trevor Mason’s two hits, including one HR, led the Moose Squad, while Jason Snyder’s two hits, also including one HR, led the Reapers. Joel Butner is credited with the win, while Brian Dixon gets the loss.

 The Sonoco Flames torched Trelleborg 22-12. Trey Lovelace’s four hits, including two HRs, Keith Miller’s three hits, including two HRs, and Ben Bolden’s two hits, including one HR, led the Flames. Allen Luttrell’s two hits led Trelleborg in the defeat. Howard Croxdale is credited with the win, while Greg Trent gets the loss.

 All stats and scores were taken from score sheets provided by the Morristown Parks and Recreation Department.

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