Rolin’s 3-for-3 performance leads Pepsi to win
By By Adam Prestridge
Marshall Rolin went a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Pepsi to a 10-7 win Thursday evening over Poarch in Babe Ruth 13-15-year-old play.
Rolin finished the night with a double, two singles and scored three runs to pace Pepsi’s offense. Nick Linam and Logan Smith added one single each. Linam also scored two runs and Smith scored once.
Elliot Faircloth, Zack Wall and Quentin Smedley each hit one single to lead Poarch.
Greenlawn Home Health took it to Pepsi on May 27 outscoring the competition 15-1.
Keaton Maher led Greenlawn with a double, two singles and scored one run. Nicholas Flowers and Haden McGill each chipped in with a double and Christian Swartzendruber and Tanner Kirk added one single apiece.
Marshall Rolin led Pepsi with two singles and scored the team’s only run. Nicholas Linam finished with a single.
Greenlawn Home Health’s offense proved to be too much for Poarch as they came away with an 11-2 victory on May 15.
Demetric Henderson led Greenlawn with two singles and three runs scored. Coty Merchant chipped in with a double and two runs scored, while Christian Swartzendruber and Tanner Kirk each added a single. Swartzendruber scored twice.
Pepsi’s offense unloaded on Poarch on May 13 outscoring the competition 15-5.
Nicholas Linam, Marshall Rolin and Keon McCants combined for six hits and five runs to lead Pepsi to the win. Linam led the way for the trio legging out a triple, slapping a single and scoring three runs. Rolin and McCants both finished with two singles. Rolin also scored two times.
Josh Peoples, Tyler Boatwright, Paul Arnold and Derrick Williams each finished with a single. Boatwright scored two runs and Peoples, Arnold and Williams scored one run apiece.
Demetric Henderson legged out a triple and Christian Swartzendruber hit a single to lead Greenlawn Home Health to a 5-2 win over Pepsi on May 12.
Henderson also scored two runs and Haden McGill crossed home plate three times.
Marshall Rolin went 3-for-4 with a triple, two singles and one run scored to lead Pepsi. Keon McCants and Paul Arnold added two singles apiece. Arnold also scored one run.
Keaton Maher picked up the win on the mound for Greenlawn. He struck out nine batters.