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West Escambia tops Cornerstone, 19-4

The Atmore Cal Ripken baseball league continued regular-season action last week at Tom Byrne Park.

The West Escambia Utilities Blue Flames beat the Cornerstone Home Builders’ 6U Nailers 19-4 last Tuesday.

Lanayvion Arnold, Camden Stewart, Kamari Stallworth, C.J. Arnold, Quardian Crenshaw, Sarhia Jones and Jami Rogers scored two runs each to lead the Blue Flames. Lamarion Arnold, Mariyah Robbins, Aaliya Roberts and Kay Crenshaw scored one run each.

Parker Marsh, Levi Crawford, Tre Kelly and C.J. Staples scored one run each for the Nailers.

 

Tri-Co Electric Shockers 20, Nailers 19

Later in the week, the Nailers fought hard against the Tri-Co Electric Shockers, but fell 20-19 in a four-inning shootout.

Kai Bartholomew had four singles and three runs; Addison Hadley had three singles and two runs; Warner Maxwell hit a home run, two singles, one double and scored three runs; Grant Sasser hit three home runs; Avery Trawick hit two singles and scored a run; Braylon Corbitt hit two singles and scored a run; Mason McKinnon hit a single and a double; Jakiya Tucker hit three singles; Christian Roberts hit two singles and a double; and Dillon Seamons hit three singles for the Shockers.

For the Nailers, Kaleb Taylor had four hits, including a home run; Michael Abare had four hits; Braxton Lawana had two hits; Jeremiah Boykin had three hits; Staples had four hits; Kelley had three hits; Trinity Taylor had three hits; Marsh had three hits; Crawford had three hits; Corbin Stacey had three hits; Xavier Culliver had two hits; and Zamya Hooks had one hit.

 

Atmore Lions Club Cardinals 8, H&H Electric Braves 2 (10U)

The Cardinals scored three runs each in the first and fourth innings over the Braves.

Emmett Battles had three hits and two runs; Ty McCants had two hits and two runs; and Luke Bell had three hits and three runs.

Buddy Bradley had two hits and one run for the Braves; and Rease McGill had one hit.

In other action, the Cardinals fell 7-3 to the PCI Reds.

Carson Wilson scored two runs and had four hits; Jon Burkett scored three runs and had three hits; DJ Rolin scored one run; and Jamison McGhee scored one run for the Reds.

 

West Escambia Utilities Blue Flames 15, Tri-Co Electric Shockers 13

Stallworth, Jones and L. Arnold scored three runs each to lead the Blue Flamesj. C.J. Arnold scored two runs; Stewart and McMillan scored one run each.

The Shockers were led by Bartholomew with two runs; Maxwell with two runs; Mason McKinnon with two runs; and Christian Roberts with two runs.

 

In 8U action, the State Farm Cubs defeated the Poarch Indians, 18-0.

Cali McCants and Simmarrion Clark scored two runs each; and Gabe Hooks, Deandre Hooks, Jayen Taylor and Jamarion Hooks scored three runs each to lead the Cubs. Brayson White and KJ Taylor scored one run each.

 

H&H Electric Athletics 6, United Bank Warriors 5

The Athletics trailed 5-3 after the fourth inning and tacked on three runs in the sixth to pull away for the win.

In the sixth, Jamarion Crenshaw singled to start, and Jamarion Robinson hit a two-run home run to tie the game.

Ronta Watson then hit a home run to get the game-winning run in the top of the sixth, and the Athletics held out in the final frame for the win.

For the Warriors, Tayshawn James, Luke Chavers, Bubba Hasting, Brandon Dean and Braydon Phillips scored one run each.

 

Poarch Braves 8, Warriors 4

Lance P. hit a home run and scored two runs for the Braves; Bradley S. hit a home run; Yadarius M. scored one run; Maddox B. scored one run; Ben M. scored one run; and Zykenzie scored one run.

Luke Chavers, Brayden Walker, Brandon Dean and Braydon Phillips scored one run each for the Warriors.

 

In 12U action, the Chuck Stevens Chevrolet Braves beat NWE, 13-0.

Justin Brunson almost completed the cycle with a single, double and a triple with three runs to lead the Braves. JJ Stevens had two singles; Lane Baggett had two singles and a home run; and Camyon Odom hit two singles.

Stevens threw a no-hitter in four innings. He struck out five batters.