Rutherfordton, Forest City Little League results

May. 09, 2013 @ 07:12 AM

Sisk Family Fords player Callie Cobb received the game ball. 

Acadia Northstar’s game ball went to Kodi Hill.

Outback Auto Repair vs. Kiwanis

Jaesun Tessneer received the game ball for Outback for his work at the plate and defensive effort. 

Moose Vending defeated H&R Landscaping 4-3. 

Moose Vending’s Andrei Haynes was the winning pitcher. Trevor Byrd came in for the save. Bryson Smith and Houston Howell made two key defensive preserve the victory for Moose Vending. 

Mosely and Meeks and Robins Repairable ended their marathon game tied 10-10.

Mosely and Meeks’ Farryn Smith pitched three strikeouts on the night. Makenzi Searcy was responsible for a double play in the first inning. Ella Parton had a single with a RBI scoring Kilia Hasty.

Jaylin Jackson had a single with a RBI scoring Farryn Smith. Makenzi Searcy had a double with a RBI scoring Tia Houser. 

Robins Repairable’s Emma Rogers had three-run triple and Sarah Holmstrom added a grand slam. 

Davis Builders defeated Trans-Tech Transmission 3-2.

Davis Builders’ Aubrey Petty recorded the win for Davis Builders with six strikeouts.

Jordan Cring went 2-for-2 at the plate. Cring also received the game ball.

In the last inning Chloe Parton was walked eventually stealing home to score the tying run. Haley Wilson reached base with a single and stole second, third and then finally home plate to score the winning run.

Cole’s Carpet faced off against Cliffside Masonic Lodge. 

For Cole’s Carpet, Kelsey Ingle received the game ball for playing great defense in right field and going 1-for-2 at the plate.

Rogers Group defeated C&M Bail Bonds 15-5. 

Ty Kilgo and Ajay Greene went 3-for-3 at the plate for Rogers Group. 

Nathan Hoyle, Bailey Conner and Kaymen Smith also assisted the team at the plate. Dylan Hardin and Izaiah Baynard had strong defensive performances. 

For C & M Bail Bonds, Cody Greene, Bryson Harper and McCray Haynes went 2-for-2. plate.

Abercrombie defeated HST Inc. 13-2. 

Abercrombie’s Cierra Hardin got the win on the mound. 

Hannah Orvin and Ashlyn Cox both hit inside the park home runs.

Settlemyer handed QPC their first loss of the season 9-6. For QPC Dylan Bell pitched well in relief while Riley Stanley had a triple.

Wells Jenkins defeats South Shore Aviation8-3. 

Winning pitcher for Wells Jenkins was Layne Beaver with three strikeouts. Also helping on the mound was Carter Hensley with three strikeouts of his own. 

Wesley ‘Buck’ Wells closed the game for Wells Jenkins with three more strikeouts.  Offensively the bats of Hensley, Wells and Layne Beaver helped with the win, all going 2-for-2 at the plate. Wells hit his third home run of the year. 

Morgan Canaday got the game ball for KFC for great offense and defense.

Natalie McDaniel got the game ball for Kiwanis for making a play at first base.

American Legion needed extra innings to defeated Ed’s Pallet World 6-5.

Hank Bright went 3-for-3 with three RBIs for American Legion while Christian Walker had three hits of his own.

Luke McDaniel held off a run behind the plate in a great defensive play and was also 2-for-3 with an RBI for Ed’s Pallet World.

Dawson Hardin was 3-for-3 with 2 runs scored and Hayden Wease was 1-for-2 with a double for Ed’s Pallet World.

Settlemyre Landscaping defeated Gamecocks 9-6.

Jacob Hamrick pitched a complete game with six strikeouts and had two RBIs.

BC Spa defeated Bojangles 6-4.

Maddie Walker singled and scored two runs for Bojangles. Ellen Mosley had a hit and scored a run and Christian Coop scored for Bojangles after being walked.

Tabby Scruggs went 1-for-2 with a double to center field.

Brittney Bomer was the winning pitcher with seven strike outs.

Fountain Electric defeated Moose Vending 9-2 behind Fountain Electric’s pitchers Jodie Dalton and Lindsey Sears. The two pitchers combined for 10 strikeouts in the game. 

Kalei Perry picked up her first hit of the season.  

Moose Vending’s Alexis Blair played a good game defensively highlighted by her fielding of a fly ball in left field for the third out of an inning.

Alliance defeated Hardin Drugs 10-2.

Nomi McMullens had eight strikeouts for Alliance and went 3-for-3 with a home run.

Nathan Brock also went 3-for-3 for Alliance.