Brewton and EB Cal Ripken baseball and softball games from the week
Published 9:02 am Friday, May 4, 2012
In recent Cal Ripken games, the Brewton Mets defeated Flomaton One 14-0 April 30.
Micah Flores picked up the win on the mound with a two hitter.
At the plate in the win, Donovan Weaver went 2-for-3 with a double and a single while Jason Konsler was 2-for-3 with a homerun and a single.
Cameron Pope was 2-for-3 with two singles and Adam Holmes was 2-for-2 with a double and a single.
Brewton Yankees 13, Flomaton One 7
The Brewton Yankees added a win to their record with a 13-7 win over Flomaton One April 30.
For the Yankees, Logan Bush was 3-for-4 with a double and two singles and scored three runs while J.D. Hartin was 1-for-3 with a single and scored two runs.
Stone Martin went 1-for-2 with a double and scored runs while Brandon Smith was 2-for-2 with an inside-the-park homerun and a single and scored two runs.
Jaxson Flores scored two runs in the win while Brandon Coleman and Blake Jernigan scored one run each.
On the mound, Blake Jernigan earned the win going three innings allowing eight hits, seven runs, walked none and struck out four.
Logan Bush went one inning allowing no hits, no runs, no walks while striking out two.
Brewton Yankees 7, East Brewton Pirates 3
The Yankees picked up another win, this time downing the East Brewton Pirates 7-3.
For Yankees, Hartin was 2-for-3 and scored one run while Jernigan was 1-for-2 with a double and scored one run.
Bush was 2-for-3 with singles and scored two runs. Earl Dolihite scored two runs and Mac Baxter scored one run.
Martin got the win going four innings, allowing three runs, one hit, walked five and struck out nine.
For the Pirates of East Brewton, Jennings Hobbs was 1-for-1 and scored two runs while Sawyer Lewis scored one run.
On the mound, Hobbs went two innings and allowed three hits, five runs, walked three and struck out four while Issac Smith went two innings and allowed two hits, two runs, walked two and struck out four.
EB Tigers 3, EB Pirates 2
In a game that saw no hits for either team, the East Brewton Tigers edged out the Pirates 3-2.
For the Tigers, Dylan Ingram earned the win on the mound allowing no hits, two runs, walked four and struck out nine.
For the Pirates, Issac Smith and Bradley Lowery pitched and allowed no hits, three runs, walked 10 and struck out eight.
Jacob Bondurant, Marcus Dillard and Turk Morton scored for the Tigers while Tommy Salter and Jennings Hobbs scored for the Pirates in the loss.
EB Cardinals 7, Tigers 6
The East Brewton Cardinals earned a 7-6 win over the Tigers Monday in East Brewton.
For the Cardinals, Josh McCall, Samuel Bosarge and Konner Wood all pitched in the win allowing two hits, six runs, seven walked and struck out eight.
Caleb Sexton and Dillard pitched for the Tigers and allowed two hits, seven runs, walked six and struck out three.
At the plate for the Cardinals, McCall and Caleb Briggs had a single each while Sexton and Jordan Crane had a single each for the Tigers in the loss.
EB Yankees 21, Canes 2
The East Brewton Yankees pounded the Canes 21-2 to get a win Monday in East Brewton.
The Yankees pounded out 17 hits while pitchers Austin Majors, Jeremy Sims and Josh Barksdale pitched a no hitter.
The Yankee trio on the mound allowed no hits, two runs, walked with and struck out six.
At the plate, Kristian Taylor had two single and two doubles while Majors had two singles and a double.
Caleb Kaylor was 2-for-3 with two singles while Sims was 3-for-4 with a double and two singles.
Hunter Revel added a single along with Conner Huskey and Barksdale while Brandon Moye had two singles in the win.
For the Canes, Dillon Emmons and Cruz Odom pitched and allowed 17 hits, 21 runs, walked six and struck out seven.
Cameron Cannon and Sam Fields scored for the Canes.
Softball: Canes 10, Athletics 9
In softball action Monday, the Canes edged out the Athletics 10-9.
Avery Vickery pitched in the win for the Canes and allowed one hit, nine runs, walked 12 and struck out two.
Caitlyn Hartsel and Lexie McNew pitched in the loss but allowed no hits. The duo allowed 10 runs, walked 12 and struck out three.
Natalie Wyatt had the lone hit in the game for the Athletics.