Cardinals shutout A's

Published 3:53 am Monday, May 18, 2009

By By Chandler Myers
The Atmore Lions Club Cardinals shutout the First National Bank &Trust Athletics 6-0 on Thursday night in Cal Ripken Major action.
Trey Weekes led the Cardinals going 2-for-3 with three runs scored to help his team secure a huge victory.
The Cardinals started their rout in the first inning with Weekes scoring, and followed up in the third inning with Jonathan Griffis, Weekes and Newt Lambeth all crossing the plate.
They ended their scoring in the fifth inning with Weekes and Lambeth crossing the plate to complete the shutout and pick up an important victory.
Tigers 4
Warriors 3
The Atmore Rotary Club Tigers squeaked past the United Bank Warriors 4-3 in a fierce meeting of Cal Ripken Major League teams on Thursday night.
The Warriors struck first with Tanner Plant Scoring afer reaching base on a walk.
The Warriors added to their lead when Aaron McDonald made it to base after being hit by a pitch in the third inning.
In the fourth inning, the Tigers mounted their comeback scoring four runs with Coby Smith, Tanner Smith, Malik Salter and Devante Stephens making it around the base path.
The Warriors could only muster one run late in the game with Dalton Daniels scoring in the loss.
Warriors 1
Poarch defeated the United Bank Warriors 3-1 on Tuesday night at Tom Byrne Park in Cal Ripken Major League action.
PCI scored their first run in the second inning with Tristan Montgomery crossing the plate, and they added to their lead in the sixth inning with Nik Shivers and Montgomery making it around the bases.
Brodie Amos scored the lone run for the Warriors in the sixth inning.
Cardinals 3
Rangers 2
The Atmore Lions Club Cardinals easily beat the Atmore VFW Rangers 5-2 on Tuesday night in Cal Ripken Major League action.
The Cardinals scored the bulk of their runs in the first inning with Johnthan Griffis, Trey Weekes, Newt Lambeth and Dalton Simmons scoring to take a 4-0 lead.
The Rangers answered back in the second and third inning with D’man McCarthy and Drake Lassiter making the game tight at 4-2.
The Cardinals added the final run of the game in the third inning with Simmons scoring his second run of the game.

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