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Shockers surprise Killer Watts with one-run victory

By By ROBERT BLANKENSHIP
Advance Managing Editor
Following are the results of past games played by the teams of the Atmore T-ball League:
Shockers 24, Killer Watts 23
In one of the closest games of the season, the Shockers edged the Killer Watts to claim a 24-23 victory on April 16.
Blake Quimby led the Shockers offensively with four runs and four RBIs. Others helping at the plate were: Mallorie Murphy, one run and two RBIs; Mason Caraway scored one run; Austin Shuttlesworth, one run and one RBI; Raven Barac, two runs and one RBI; Dane Eiland, three runs scored and three RBIs; Karen Eiland scored one run; Brandon Brown scored two runs; Kit Leachman, one run and one RBI; Casey Freeman, three runs and four RBIs; James Dean scored five runs and KiAnna Clark drove in one run.
Caleb McAnally led the Killer Watts at the plate with four runs and seven RBIs. Other players who delivered included: Landon Kirkland, three runs and one RBI; Chase Jaye, three runs scored; Nolan McAnally scored three runs; Walter Franklin, two runs and four RBIs; Bryant Lane, two runs and two RBIs; Conner Jaye scored three runs; Jamieka North drove in three runs; Tristan McAnally, two runs and three RBIs; Austin Cunningham drove in one run and Jordan Coon scored one run.
Coolers 29, Challengers 21
The Coley Coolers got hot against the Pepsi Challengers and scored a 29-21 victory on April 17.
Leading the Coolers at the plate was Dustin Wilson who finished with five runs scored and six RBIs. Others contributing at the plate were: Tanner Boatwright, five runs; Jordan Sasser, four runs; Clayton Vickery, five runs and two RBIs; Wyndell Archie, five runs and five RBIs; Dae Jon Burrows, three runs and four RBIs; Robin Swift, two runs and one RBI; Monya Brown drove in one run; Zachary Johnson, three RBIs; Cheyene Harrison, two RBIs; Brannon Freeman, two RBIs; Tucker Boatwright, one RBI and Canyon Moye finished with two RBIs.
Leading the Challengers was D.J. Carter who drove in four runs and scored three times. Others helping on offense were: Jenna Brown, two runs scored; DeMarcus Taylor, four runs and one RBI; Logan Weber, four runs and two RBIs; Blake McCall, two runs and four RBIs; Hunter McKinley, three runs and three RBIs; Michael Glick, one run and one RBI; D.J. Johnson, two RBI; Jasmine Curry, one run and two RBIs and Kenny Curry, one run and two RBIs.
Coolers 34 Killer Watts 23
The Coolers continued their offensive fireworks against the Killer Watts on Apr. 21 as they scored another victory, 34-23.
This time it was Dae Jon Burrows who swung the big bat as he finished the game with five runs scored and seven RBIs. Other contributors included: Tanner Boatwright, five runs; Jordan Sasser, four runs; Clayton Vickery, five runs and five RBIs; Dustin Wilson, five runs and five RBIs; Wyndell Archie, five runs and three RBIs; Robin Swift, four runs and four RBIs; Brannon Freeman, one run and four RBIs; Cheyene Harrison, one RBI; Zachary Johnson, three RBI and Tucker Boatwright, one RBI.
Nolan McAnally led offensively for the Killer Watts as he scored four runs and drove in three more. Others helping at the plate were: Landen Kirkland, two runs scored; Chase Jaye, three runs; Caleb McAnally, four runs and one RBI; Jamieka North, five runs and two RBIs; Tristan McAnally, one run and two RBIs; Walter Franklin, two runs and three RBIs; Conner Jaye, two RBIs; Dadrien Lynom, one run; Andrew Cunningham, three RBIs and Austin Cunningham, one run and three RBIs.
Challengers 32,
Chicken Hawks 27
The Pepsi Challengers notched a win against the Chicken Hawks, 32-27, on April 21.
Blake McCall led the Challenger batters with five runs scored and eight RBIs. Others contributing included: Jenna Brown, six runs scored; DeMarcus Taylor, five runs and three RBIs; Logan Webber, six runs and four RBIs; Hunter McKinley, two runs and four RBIs; Michael Glick, two runs and three RBIs; Kenny Curry, one run scored; Jasmine Curry, three runs and four RBIs; D.J. Carter, one run and one RBI; D.J. Johnson, two RBIs; Brandon Mason, one run and two RBIs; D'Asia Johnson, one RBI.
Two of Weber's hits were doubles which bounced over the outfield fence and he also played well defensively by turning a double play in the first inning.
Falcons 34, James Gang 26
The Falcons remained hot with a win against the James Gang, 34-26.
Nicholas Linam helped elevate the Falcons to victory by scoring five runs and driving in six more. Other contributors included: Chelsey Ramer, five runs; Bradley Jefferson, five runs and one RBI; Frederick Knight, five runs and three RBIs; Tristen Hazley, one run and three RBIs; Millard McWhorten, four runs and five RBIs; Jacob Lisenby, three runs and two RBIs; Dustin Mack, two runs and two RBIs; Jacob Gibson, three runs and five RBIs; Wesley Jefferson, six RBIs and Gracie Godwin, one run and one RBI.
Leading the offense for the James Gang was Cole Whatley with four runs and six RBIs. Others who produced at the plate were: Chance Jackson, four runs and two RBIs; Sydney McGhee, two runs and one RBI; Tee Howard, three runs and three RBIs; Darren McGhee, three runs and four RBIs; Dillon Rolin, one RBI; Brad Rolin, four runs and two RBIs; J.D. Carter, two runs and two RBIs; Aaron Purvis, one run and one RBI and D'Andrea Lambert, one run and two RBIs.
Blue Flames 30, Pumpers 20
The Blue Flames burned the Pumpers for a 30-20 win.
Leading the Flames was Phillip Carter who scored four times and drove in five more. Others who contributed in the victory were: Tyjustin Brown, five runs and two RBIs; Trista Presley, three runs and four RBIs; Tocoviaus Brown, three runs and four RBIs; Hannah Hinton, three runs and four RBIs; Brandon Martin, three runs and five RBIs; Derrick Brown, five RBIs; Tyshawn Riley, five runs and one RBI; Benjamin Patel, two runs and Bradley Sanders, two runs.
Leading the Pumpers at the plate was Austin Albritton who scored three times and drove in five runners. Others contributing at the plate were: Quinton McLaughlin, three runs and three RBIs; A.T. Matthews, four runs; Zachary Ingram, one run and one RBI; DeMarcus Clark, two runs and five RBIs; Tyler Chandler, one RBI; Caine Smith, two runs and two RBIs; Sharayna Johnson, one run and two RBIs; Tyshaun Bowen, one run; Tyler Mitchell, one run; Amber Greenwood, one run and one RBI and Samantha Miller, one run scored.