PCI Red picks up win over UB Warriors

Published 3:46 pm Sunday, May 27, 2012

Jace Sells scored four runs for PCI Red Tuesday night in Cal Ripken baseball action and helped lead his team to a 17-3 win over the United Bank Warriors at Tom Byrne Park.

PCI Red had the game in hand following a 11-run first inning with Sells (4-for-4, 4R), Bailey Williams (1-for-2, 3R), Damon Rolin (2-for-2, 2R), Matthew Harris (1-for-3, R), Cameron Wynn (0-for-1, R),  Noah Martin (0-for-2, 2R), Johnny Lopez (1-for-2, 2R), Austin Black (0-for-1, R) and Chase Bell (3-for-4, R).

After holding the Warriors scoreless in the top of the second, PCI Red continued their offensive attack with two more runs from Sells and Williams putting the score at 13-0.

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The Warriors finally got on the board inthe top of the third with three runs from Josh Hadley (1-for-2, R), Dijon Crenshaw (0-for-1, R) and Devon Morris (1-for-1, R) to cut the deficit to 10 runs.

PCI put the game out of reach in the bottom of the inning putting four more runs on the scoreboard with Martin, Lopez, Sells and Williams all crossing the plate to put the game at the final of 17-3.

FNB&T Athletics 13, PCI Blue 11
The First National Bank & Trust Athletics survived a nailbiter against the PCI Blue in Atmore Cal Ripken action Tuesday at Tom Byrne Park.

The Athletics opened the game with a four-run inning and kept scoring runs to come away with a 13-11 win.
With Jacoby James, Sam Smith, Jacob Harrison and Bryant Quimby all scoring runs in the first inning, the A’s started the game with a bang.

PCI responded with Kameron Bowen scoring in the bottom of the first, but the A’s pulled away in the top of the second with Smith, Harrison and Quimby making the score 7-1.

PCI again scored one run in the bottom of the second with Tyler Rolin scoring, but pulled back into the game in the bottom of the third with five runs.

With the score at 13-11 moving to the bottom of the fifth, A’s sent down PCI’s batters in order to earn the win.