Red Sox, O's pick up wins
Published 5:09 am Tuesday, May 24, 2005
From staff reports
The Red Sox and the O's each added two notches to the win column this week in Brewton 13-15 Babe Ruth action.
Casey Butts and Bobby Freeman held the Twins to six hits Monday night to gain an 8-4 win.
James Freeman led the scoring for the O's with two runs, with Tyler Brown, Bobby Freeman, Aaron Nelson, Tyler Nall, Wesley Booker, and Jake Dixon each adding a run.
Jake Smith and C. Williams each got two runs for the Twins.
Red Sox 16,
Blue Jays 12
The Red Sox defeated the Blue Jays 16-12 in Monday night action.
William Shell, Will Waters, and Garrett Robinson pitched for the Red Sox, while Mabry Cook and Taylor Berry handled the duties for the Blue Jays.
Scoring for the Red Sox were C. Banks and Garrett Robinson with three each; Chris Griffin, Sam Sharpe and Jake Hodge each scored two; and Grant DeFrancisco, Jake Hodge, and Mikee Roy and D. Lambert added one each.
Jake Hunsinger, Jacob Cannon, Mabry Cook and Stephen Murphy scored two each for the Blue Jays, with Taylor Berry, James Hamric, Jamar Travis and Brent Odom each adding one.
Blue Jays 6
The combined pitching efforts of Robert Knowles, Seth Holland, Derrick Busby and Jamke Smith led the Twins to a 10-6 victory over the Blue Jays Friday in Brewton 13-15 Babe Ruth action.
Dylan Smith scored three runs for the Twins, while Seth Holland, Jake Smith and Corey Williams each scored two and Derrick Busby added one run.
Brent Odom scored two runs for the Blue Jays, with Thomas Emmons, Taylor Berry, Jake Hunsinger and Jamar Travis each added a run.
The Twins had nine runs and five errors, while the Blue Jays had eight runs and six errors.
James Hamric pitched all seven innings for the Blue Jays.
Bobby Freeman, Tyler Cross and Casey Butts held the Tiger batters to nine hits Friday to win 10-6.
The O's got seven hits and had three errors.
Tyler Brown, Bobby Freeman and Aaron Nelson led the scoring with two runs each, while Tyler Nall, James Freeman, Taylor Cash and Tyler Cross each added one run.
Justin Payne, Roy Brown, Cody Swain and Chase Crosby shared pitching duties for the Tigers, giving up seven hits.
Scoring for the Tigers were Houston Simmons and John Mathieu, who each got two runs, and Roy Brown and Justin Payne, who each got one run.