Cal Ripken baseball and softball roundup for Brewton and East Brewton

Published 3:41 pm Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Recent Cal Ripken baseball and softball games in East Brewton saw the East Brewton Astros, East Brewton Diamondbacks, Brewton Marlins, Brewton Diamondbacks softball and East Brewton Athletics softball teams coming away with wins.
The Astros defeated the East Brewton Braves 7-3 while the Diamondbacks took down Flomaton 7-1. The Brewton Marlins edged out the East Brewton Braves 10-7 while the Brewton Diamondbacks softball team cruised their way to a 22-2 win over the East Brewton Phillies. In 10U softball, the EB Athletics came away with a 12-7 win over the Brewton Angels.

Astros 7, Braves 3
Despite being outhit by the Braves 4-3, the Astros defeated the Braves 7-3 Thursday, May 2 in East Brewton.
Konner Wood earned the win on the mound for the Astros as he allowed four runs, four hits, walked three and struck out seven in the win.
Samuel Bosarge was the pitcher of record for the Braves as he allowed seven runs on three hits, walked five and struck out four.
At the plate for the Astros in the win, Wood, Troy McCall and Bryan Parker all had singles. For the Braves, Jacob Bondurant had two singles while Jordan Tolin and Zac Currier both had one single each.

D-Backs 7, Flomaton 1
Jacob Crane allowed one run on two hits, walked four and struck out nine in a 7-1 win for the D-Backs over Flomaton.
At the plate for the Diamondbacks, Bradley Lowery and Dylan Ingram both had two singles each along with Tyler Pierce.
Marcus Dillard, Matt Thomas, Samuel Wright and Paxton Scurlock all had one single each.
For Flomaton, Cruz Odom and Hunter White pitched in the loss and combined allowed seven runs, 10 hits, walked three and struck out five. White had a single and Trent Lewis had a double for Flomaton.

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Brewton Marlins 10, EB Braves 7
Brandon Coleman and Kyle Blevins combined for a three-hitter in a 10-7 Marlins win over the Braves of East Brewton.
Coleman and Blevins allowed seven runs on three hits, walked six and struck out five in the win.
At the plate, Ed Dolihite, Coleman, Earl Dolihite, Blevins, Brother Peace, Wyn Brittain and Collin Wood all had singles.
For the East Brewton Braves, Turk Morton and Jordan Tolin pitched and allowed 10 runs, seven hits, walked six and struck out six.
Samuel Bosarge provided the only offense in the loss for the Braves as he had two singles and one double.

Brewton Diamondbacks softball 22, EB Phillies 2
The Brewton Diamondbacks softball team pounded out 12 hits and held the Phillies of East Brewton to one hit in a 22-2 win. The Phillies made 11 errors in the loss.
Steel Ruzic was the winning pitcher for Brewton as she allowed two runs on one hit, walked two and struck out 11.
Aleigh Lanier, Caitlin Hartsell and Heather Redash all pitched in the loss for the Phillies and surrendered 22 runs on 12 hits, walked 10 and struck out eight. Jena Wyatt had the lone hit for the Phillies.
For Brewton, Madison Tremmer had two singles and a double while Ruzic had three singles. Anna Grace White chipped in two singles and Hannah Lisenby had a single and a double.
Janazsa Nettles and Sara Gerety both had a single each in the win.

EB Athletics 12, Brewton Angels 7
Taylor Peters pitched a no-hitter for the East Brewton Athletics in a 12-7 win over the Brewton Angels.
Peters allowed seven runs on no hits, walked nine and struck out five. Addi Smith and Ansley Till only allowed one hit in the loss for the Angels. The duo allowed 12 runs one 14 walks and struck out one while allowing one hit.
Makayla Crook had the lone hit for the Athletics.


Jacoby Hawthorne pitched his second no-hitter of the season for the East Brewton 12U Ranges on Monday, May 6, as the Rangers earned a 4-3 win over the Brewton Tigers.
Hawthorne went six innings to get the win and struck out 14 while Josie Blackburn went six innings for the Tigers and allowed two hits and struck out 13 in the loss.
The Tigers scored one run in the first inning on a passed ball and had another runner reach on an error.
The Rangers scored three in the second inning when Josh Barksdale and Christian Nelson both reached on fielding errors to lead off the inning. Both then moved to third on a wild pitch. Sawyer Lewis then beat out a bunt scoring Barksdale.
Lewis later stole second, then Nelson and Lewis both scored on passed balls to take a 3-1 lead.
In the top of the sixth, Blackburn lead off by being hit by a pitch and Donavan Weaver reached on a catcher interference call. Blackburn scored on a passed ball, then Hawthorne walked the next two to load the bases before striking out the final batter in the top of the sixth with the game tied at 3-3.
In the bottom of the sixth with the game tied at 3-3, Morgan Riley reached first by beating the throw after being bobbled by the shortstop. Tucker Davenport then laid down a sacrifice bunt. The Tigers fielded it and tried to throw Riley out at second but Riley beat the throw. Jennings Hobbs came up and delivered a hard line drive to right field scoring Riley for the winning run.
The Rangers improved to 6-3 on the season and play Thursday night in Flomaton at 5:30 p.m.
The Brewton Nationals improved their record to 8-2 with a 20-5 win over Flomaton Two at the Brewton YMCA Sports Park Monday.
Stone Martin pitched a complete game for the Nationals. Martin walked four and struck out five.
Martin also helped his own cause by going 2-for-2 at the plate, with a stolen base and an RBI. Micah Flores went 2-for-2 (both hits were doubles), a stolen base and had three RBI. Todd Watson went 2-for-3 and had three RBI. Trentez Johnson also went 2-for-3 and Drew Reed went 1-for-1. Daniel Reed also had an RBI in the win.
Hunter White, Robert Samson, and Joseph O’Bannon all pitched for Flomaton. They combined for five strikeouts, 15 walks, and two hit batters. Trent Lewis and Kameron Cannon both had hits for Flomaton Two.

About Adam Robinson

My name is Adam Robinson and I have been the Sports Editor of the Brewton Standard since September 2007. I cover all the local sports in the Brewton area. I am a 2007 graduate of Troy University with a degree in Print Journalism with a contract in Sports Information. I married Shari Lynn in June of 2007 and we welcomed our first child, Hatlee, in April of 2010.

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