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EB Cal Ripken baseball and softball roundup

Here is a roundup of games recently played with the East Brewton Cal Ripken baseball and softball leagues:

Rangers 7, Flomaton One 3
The Rangers took down Flomaton One 7-3 in East Brewton action.
Jacobey Hawthorne was 3-for-3 for the Rangers while Matt Hutchins was 1-for-3 and Weston Riddle was 1-for-1.
Hawthorne, Riddle and Matt Thomas all pitched for the Rangers and allowed three hits, three runs, four walks and struck out nine.
For Flomaton, Jordan Lee and Michael Ledford were both 1-for-1 while Jo Jo Carpenter was 1-for-2.
Riley Hammond, Carpenter and Hunter White all pitched for Flomaton and allowed five hits, seven runs, five walks and struck out five.

Pirates 13, Cardinals 3
The East Brewton Pirates defeated the Cardinals 13-3.
Issac Smith pitched for the Pirates in the win allowing five hits, three runs, walked five and struck out nine.
Jennings Hobbs was 2-for-2 with a triple and Sawyer Lewis was 3-for-3 with a double. Matt McGhee was 3-for-2.
For the Cardinals, Samuel Wright, Josh McCall and Samuel Bosarge pitched allowing seven hits, 13 runs, walked 13 and struck out six.
Caleb Briggs led with a 2-for-2 day including a triple while Brian Wiggins, Trey McCall and Wright were all 1-for-1.

Brewton Indians 16, Cardinals 2
Landon Sims allowed no hits in a 16-2 win for the Brewton Indians over the Cardinals.
Sims allowed two runs, five walks and struck out six in the win.
Miller Hart was 3-for-3 with a double and Kyle Blevins was 2-for-2 with a triple.
Sims was 1-for-1 along with McGowin Bethea. Yash Patel was 1-for-1 with a double while Nolan Atkinson was 1-for-3.
Samuel Bosarge and Konner Wood pitched for the Cardinals allowing nine hits, 16 runs, walked four and struck out four.

Tigers 12, Flomaton Two 7
Jacob Bondurant and Caleb Sexton combined to allow one hit for the Tigers in a 12-7 win over Flomaton Two.
The duo allowed one hit, seven runs, seven walks and struck out seven.
Caleb Sexton, Marcus Dillard, Dylan Ingram and Conner Nelson all had one hit with Ingram and Nelson having a double.
Hunter White and Joseph O’Bannon pitched for Flomaton and allowed four hits, 12 runs, walked five and struck out five.
Rowdy Rutherford had the lone hit for Flomaton.

Rangers 12, Canes 2
The Rangers 10-runned the Canes 12-2 to get another win.
Aaron Bosarge pitched for the Rangers and allowed five hits, two runs, walked five and struck out eight. Dillon Emmons pitched for Flomaton and allowed nine hits, 12 runs, walked five and struck out five.
Hawthorne was 2-for-3 with a double and P.J. Lovelace was 2-for-3 with a triple.
Matt Hutchins, Jared Busby, Morgan Riley, Matt Thomas and Weston Riddle all had doubles for the Rangers.
For Flomaton, Emmons was 1-for-3 with Joseph Clary was 2-for-3 with a double and Dalton Stewart was 1-for-2 with a double.
Cameron Wright was 1-for-2.

Cardinals 8, Canes One 7
The Cardinals edged out Canes One 8-7.
Samuel Bosarge and Samuel Wright pitched in the win allowing two hits, seven runs, four walks and struck out eight.
Josh McCall had the lone hit for the Cardinals.
Alex Cash and Jerry Carnley had the two hits for Flomaton.
Skylar Busby, Blake Mallett and Tyler Merritt all pitched for Flomaton and allowed one hit, eight runs, walked nine and struck out three.

Yankees 14, Flomaton One 0
The Yankees shutout Flomaton One 14-0 to improve their record.
Brandon Moye and Kristian Taylor pitched in the win for the Yankees and allowed two hits, no runs, walked two and struck out 10.
Moye was 2-for-3 with a double and Conner Huskey was 1-for-2 with a double. Jeremy Sims was 2-for-3 while Austin Majors, and Hunter Revel all had hits.
For Flomaton, Jo Jo Carpenter, Robert Samuel, and Hunter White pitched in the loss.

Pirates 20, Flomaton Two 2
The Pirates scored 20 runs in an 18-run win over Flomaton Two.
Jennings Hobbs and Issac Smith both had doubles in the win while Paxton Scurlock, Sawyer Lewis, and Bradley Lowery had hits.
Lowery earned the win on the mound allowing four hits, two runs, three walks and struck out six.

Athletics 11, Dodgers 5
In softball action, the Athletics took down the Dodgers 11-5.
Caitlin Hartzel allowed one hit in the win and five runs, walked nine and struck out four.
The Athletics had no hits.
For the Dodgers, Ashli Wyatt and Caitlin Chavers pitched in the loss. The duo allowed no hits, 11 runs, 14 walks and struck out three.
Makayla Cook was 1-for-1 with the lone hits for the Dodgers.

Brewton Blasters 8, Phillies 6
The Brewton Blasters softball team edged out the Phillies 8-6.
Tiffany Reiss had two doubles for the Blasters.
Allie Lanier pitched for the Phillies and allowed six hits, eight runs, five walks and struck out 10.
Dominique Jackson had two doubles in the loss.