Warriors double up Tigers
By By Chandler Myers
The United Bank Warriors were able to get revenge on the Atmore Rotary Club Tigers in a 6-3 victory on June 2. The loss was the first of the season for the Tigers who handed the Warriors their only loss. All six runs were scored by batters that were walked during the game including four in the top of the sixth inning.
Aaron McDonald, Wesley Jefferson and Billy Powell all notched hits that scored runners.
Coby Smith and Tim Finklea both hit doubles in the contest and scored two of the the Tigers’ three runs.
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The Huskey Printing Canes defeated the Huskey Printing PCI Gold 4-2 on June 2 thanks to a three run second inning. DeNarius Odom, Grant Megginson and Dalton Simmons all crossed the plate to pull ahead early over PCI Gold.
PCI Gold’s runs were scored by Baccari Ramer and D.J. Carter. Ramer had the only hit for PCI Gold.
Tanner Smith led the Atmore Rotary Club Tigers into battle against the First National Bank &Trust Athletics to win 12-1 on May 31. Smith had two doubles in the game and scored three runs. Tristan McAnally was able to crank out a hit and score two runs for the Tigers to back up Smith. Other Tigers to score included Tim Finklea, Jimmy Overstreet and Ben Hubert.
J.P. Sawyer was the only Athletic player make the trip around the base path to score.
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The Atmore Veterans of Foreign Wars Rangers pulled out an 8-6 win over the Audio Plus PCI Red on May 31. D’Andrez McCarthy hit a homerun, which drove in three runs for the Rangers. Cameron Mack, Levi Solomon, Tristan Agerton and Andrew Clemmons also scored for the Rangers.
PCI Red was led offensively by Tristan Montgomery who hit a stand up double that placed him in scoring position. Drake Hamilton, Trey McGhee and C.J. Linam crossed the plate for PCI Red.
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The United Bank Warriors defeated the Huskey Printing PCI Gold on May 31 10-4. The Warriors put up six runs in the first inning to pull ahead early with offense coming from Nate Smith and Malcom Black who each had singles and scored. Dalton Daniels, Brodie Amos, Wesley Jefferson and Hunter Sherouse all scored runs.
Chelsey Ramer had the only hit for PCI Gold by legging out a triple that led to a run. Todd Wall, Ty Hill and Bo Ramer were able to cross home plate as well.
A 10-run win was earned by the Huskey Printing Canes on May 31 in an 11-1 win over the Atmore Lions Club Cardinals. Trey Weekes’ double in the second inning started what would be a seven run inning in the top of the second. Tristan Portwood and Newt Lambeth also got to base by way of singles and scored a run apiece. Nic Shivers, Grant Meggison and Donovan Floyd also scored.
The lone run for the Cardinals was scored by Devonte Daily who was put into scoring position by Perry Metzler’s single.
The Atmore Veterans of Foreign Wars Rangers shutout the Atmore Lions Club Cardinals 11-0 on May 30. The Ranger offense was dominant throughout the game, being led by Bo Bishop who hit a double and scored two runs. D’Andrez McCarthy and Tyler Sanspree each had one hit and scored runs in the contest. Arri Torres, Goge White, Levi Solomon and Justin Hiebert were the other Rangers to make it home.
Caleb Schlegal had the only hit for the Cardinals’ offensive effort.
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Trey McGhee led the way for the Audio Plus sponsored PCI Red in a 5-3 victory over the Huskey Printing Canes on May 30. McGhee hit 2-for-3 with two singles and scored two runs.
Tristan Montgomery posted two singles for PCI Red, but did not score. The other runs were scored by Casey Jackson, Chris Faye and Josh Peebles.
The Canes’ runs were scored by three different batters including DeNarius Odom, Josh Fields and Nikolas Shivers. Odom was the only Cane in the ballgame to tally a hit.
The Atmore Veterans of Foreign Wars Rangers defeated the First National Bank &Trust 9-7 on May 27.
Bo Bishop was the only Ranger to reach base by getting a hit in the fourth inning and scored a run.
The Athletics’ only hit came in the first inning from J.P. Sawyer.
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The Atmore Rotary Club Tigers whipped the PCI Red, sponsored by Audio Plus 8-1, on May 27. Two Tigers put hits out into the field to reach base. Tristan McAnally hit a single in the second and Scott Brantley legged out a double in the fifth, both of which led to runs.
Brice McGhee scored PCI Red’s lone run after legging out a stand up triple. McGhee went 2-for-2 on the day.