Little league results, May 14
Linder Park (Harris)T-Ball
Cliffside Masonic Lodge vs. The Matthew Pannell Shining Star Foundation. For the Pannell team Landen Millwood received the game ball for his great offensive and defensive night going 2-for-2 at the plate.
Rogers Group defeated C&M Bail Bonds 7-4. Jackson Gowan received the game ball for his great defensive plays at first base.
Creative Packaging edged out a win over Precision Flooring 15-14. Jetta Shaw received the MVP for Creative Gift Packaging tonight for reaching base each at bat as well as her sound defensive play.
Fountain defeated HST, Inc, 10-7.
Cliffside7/8 BaseballQuadCore defeated Sisk, 15-5.
For Sisk Grading, Jackson Byers, Chance Baker, Kyler McGinnis, Tanner Wall and Reagan Sprouse all went 1-for-2 at the plate.
Jaline Hines, Nathan Suttle and Will Marshall topped out with two hits each at the plate.
11/12 BaseballWells Jenkins lost to Boiling Springs, 11-1.
The contest was close until the fourth inning when Boiling Springs broke the game open with hot hitting.
Buck Wells continued his explosive season with another long ball to give Wells Jenkins their only run of the game.
Abercrombie traveled to Rutherfordton to play Davis Builders and won 13-5.
Rutherfordton Little LeagueT-BallAcadia Northstar vs. Kiwanis
Natalie Shearer received the game ball for Acadia Northstar.
Barley’s vs. King Law Office
Sam Gosnell took home the game ball for Barley’s.
Strong bats and aggressive baserunning propelled Mosely and Meeks past Robins Repairable 18-4.
Mosely and Meeks ‘ Farryn Smith was the winning pitcher with five strikeouts.
Ella Parton, Farryn Smith, Makenzi Searcy and Kadence Hopper each had an RBI. Hannah Newton added a single and Jaylin Jackson hit one hard down third base line for a triple. All the girls were aggressive on stealing bases helping to build up the score.
T-BallLittle Red School vs. KFC SNbS
Emma Cash earned the game ball for KFC for her great plays at first base.
Little Red School awarded Jase Warner the game ball for playing great defense and hitting a home run.
Burger King vs. Western Southern
Hunter Wood and Dylan Thomas each received a game ball for Burger King for outstanding fielding and hitting.
Carleigh Williams took home a game ball for Western Southern for her heads up play in the field and solid hitting.
7/8 BaseballCollins Metal defeated Ed’s Pallet World, 18-2.
Hayden Wease and Luke McDaniel were 2-for-2 with a run each for Ed’s Pallet World. Jacob Holland had a hit to advance the runner and played a great defensive game in left field.
Logan Snead made some great defensive plays and gave a tremendous effort from behind the plate rifling shot to right field scoring two runs for Collins Metal.
9/12 SoftballMoose Vending defeated Bojangles, 9-6.
Pitcher for Bojangles, Abbey Ranta had 15 strikeouts on the night. She also added two singles and a RBI. Ellen Mosley had a triple and a RBI and Josie Morrow added a double with a RBI. Bojangles had a solid defense game all the way around.
Moose Vending had a good offensive night led by Lauren Davis who was 2-for-2 with a single and two-run homer. Breonna Twitty also contributed a home run. MaKanzie Russ and Laney Luckadoo went 2-for-2 while Kinsley Harrill, Kendall Jones and Brooklyn Henderson each had key RBIs on the night.
Fountain Electric defeated HST Inc. 10-7 at Chase.
Fountain Electric turned in a solid team effort for the win.
11/12 BaseballAlliance defeated H&R Landscaping, 14-0
Nomi McMullens had eight strike outs for Alliance and while going 3-for-3 from the plate. Nathan Brock also had three hits.