YMCA soccer action played

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, March 28, 2001

The Greenville Area YMCA soccer teams competed over the past two weekends, at the fields behind W.O. Parmer Elementary School, beginning at 9 a.m.

"We want everyone to know that they are welcome to come out and watch the young athletes as they compete," said Tim Dunsford, director of the YMCA.

On Saturday Mar. 17, the following teams competed, with their respective results.

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In game one, it was Greenville Tire Co. over Greenville Motor Co., with a score of 4-3. Scoring was Tyler Gibson (twice), Haley Williams and Joseph Peavy for Greenville Tire, and Nate Smith for Greenville Motor.

In game two, M.J.'s Food Mart dominated King Logging, 6-2. Scoring for M.J.'s was Chase Whiddon (twice), Clem Cole (twice) Brady Clark and Deaton Owens. For King it was Kelsey Spivey and Caleb Christ.

In game three, Lee Electric tied with Camellia Printing, 3-3. Scoring for Lee was Susan Cole, McKinley Lee and Tyler Jones; for Camellia it was Jeffrey Fuller (twice) and Zach Bormann.

Game four had Hanije's Furniture over Camellia Printing, 2-1. Taylor Hartley and Jason Schofield scored for Hainje's and Jeffrey Fuller was the lone scorer for Camellia Printing.

In game five, Stabler's Hospital defeated Sells Collision, 2-1. Todd Burkett scored the two points for Stabler's, and Kaleb Murfin was the scorer for Sells.

Game six ended without a score, tied at 0-all for Southeast Alabama Gas and Jordan's Hilltop.

In game seven, Daughtry Engineering defeated Majors Cleaners 1-0, with Jeffrey Stead making the one point scored.

Game eight had Max Oil Co. winning over Paulk and Associates, 1-0, with Bobby Martin making the lone score.

Then on Saturday, Mar. 24, soccer play was again underway, as M.J.'s Food Mart triumphed over Greenville Tire in game one, with a score of 4-1. Chase Whiddon scored twice; Brady Clark and Clem Cole each scored once for M.J.'s. Ryan Burkett was the lone scorer for Greenville Tire.

Game two saw some exciting action as King Logging dominated Greenville Motor Co., 9-3. Caleb Christ scored five points for King, and Kelsey Spivey scored four. It was Scotty Linto, Nate Smith and Cole Davis each with one point for Greenville Motor.

Next, in game three, Hainje's defeated Lee Electric, 1-0, with Taylor Hartley making the score for Hainje's.

Next, Lee Electric played Camellia Printing and emerged the victor, 2-1. Chip Davis scored twice for Lee and Bruce Jones was the scorer for Camellia.

Game five ended in a scoreless tie for both Sells Collision and Jordan's Hilltop.

Game six was dominated by Stabler's Hospital, as they defeated Southeast Alabama Gas, 4-0. Todd Burkett made three points and David Isbell scored one.

In game seven, Daughtry Engineering defeated Paulk and Associates by a score of 2-0, with Wesley Burkett making both points.

Game eight saw Majors Cleaners defeat Max Oil Co. 2-0, with both points being made by Casey Tesmer.