Brewton Angels, EB Yankees and Rangers win Monday night games in EB

Published 10:06 am Tuesday, May 15, 2012

In three Cal Ripken baseball games in East Brewton Monday night, the Brewton Angels, East Brewton Rangers and Cardinals all came away with wins.
The Brewton Angels downed the East Brewton Yankees 8-3 while the Rangers defeated Flomaton 11-4. The Cardinals of East Brewton came away with a six-run win over the Canes 14-8.

Brewton Angels 8, Yankees 3
Drew Williamson was one hit shy of a cycle Monday night in an 8-3 win over the Yankees.
Williamson had a single, double and a homerun for the Angels in the win.
Andrew Etheridge, Hayden Atkinson and Russell Smith all had singles.
Williamson and Smith combined for the win on the mound for the Angels allowing four hits, three runs, walked two and struck out 16.
For the Yankees, Connor Huskey and Austin Majors pitched in the loss and allowed six hits, eight runs, walked two and struck out 13.
At the plate, Brandon Moye had a double while Kristian Taylor, Huskey and Jeremy Sims all had singles.

Rangers 11, Flomaton 4
Despite having only two hits, the Rangers defeated Flomaton 11-4.
Aaron Bosarge, Tyler Pierce and Matt Thomas pitched in the win allowing four hits, four runs, walked six and struck out six.
At the plate, Christian Nelson had two singles for the Rangers only hits.
For Flomaton, Joseph Carpenter and Riley Hammons pitched and allowed a combined two hits, 10 runs, seven walks and struck out six.
Dustin Reeves, Dakota McGhee, Matthew Blackburn and Robert Samson all had hits for Flomaton.

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Cardinals 14, Canes 8
In a 10-and-under game Monday, the Cardinals defeated the Canes 14-8.
Troy McCall and Samuel Wright pitched in the win and allowed six hits, eight runs, walked five and struck out six.
Joseph O’Bannon and Hunter Wilson allowed eight hits, 14 runs, walked eight and struck out six for the Canes.
For the Cardinals at the plate, Wright had a double and a triple and Caleb Briggs had a single and a double.
Konner Wood had a double while Brian Parker, Samuel Bosarge and Brian Wiggins had a single.
For the Canes, Rowdy Rutherford had three singles, Drew Odom had a double while Hunter Wilson had a triple.