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Youth softball teams earn victories during league play

NATCHEZ — There were three games last Thursday and four games last Friday in Natchez-Adams Girls Softball League play on various fields at the Natchez-Adams Girls Softball Complex.

On Field A last Friday, Alexander Body Shop defeated Super Auto Glass 5-2 in 18-and-under action. Gracie Lee went 2-for-2 and Karlee Wallace picked up the win on the mound for Alexander Body Shop. Losing pitcher Amanda Maples as well as Hannah Murray each had a double for Super Auto Glass.

Two games took place on Field B last Friday in the 11-and-under age division.

Stewart Realty beat Natchez Market despite no extra-base hits. Revin Tomecko was the winning pitcher for Stewart Realty. Clara Poole hit a triple and Sophia Carter hit a double for Natchez Market.

Then State Farm went on to defeat Merit Healty 5-1. Kessley Maples got the win on the mound for State Farm. Jessa Whittington was charged with the loss. Neither team had an extra-base hit nor a multiple hitter.

On Field C in the 8-and-under division, Good Hope Timber shut out Concordia Bank 12-0. Camille Anderson hit a home run for Good Hope Timber.

Each field played host to one game last Thursday. On Field A in the 18-and-under division, Super Auto Glass held on for a 6-5 win over Eagle Electric. Amanda Maples picked up the win while Laiken Davis took the loss. Murrah led Super Auto Glass at the plate, going 2-for-3 with a triple and and Reagan Lea hit a double. Jaidyn Flowers was 2-for-3 for Eagle Electric.

On Field B in the 8-and-under division, Sports Center defeated Concordia Bank 7-0. Khloe Scaife went 3-for-3 with two doubles while Baylee Floyd and Claire Price each were 3-for-3 with a double and Belle Kate Barlow hit a double to lead Sports Center at the plate. Kinsley Cavin was the lone bright spot for Concordia Bank at the plate, going 2-for-2 with a double.

In 5-and-under action on Field C, Dairy Queen outlasted Scott’s Welding 11-10. Four players went 4-for-4 for Dairy Queen, including Piper Britt and Cali Davis, and Molly Gamberi was 2-for-3. Scott’s Welding was led at the plate by Sawyer Kate Dollar, who was 3-for-3; Mac Calhoun, who was 2-for-3; and Shelby King, who hit a double.

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