Parks and Rec wraps up action-filled week
Published 10:58 pm Friday, April 24, 2009
Braves 17, Yankees 0
Chase Mansmann scored three times for the Braves in the big win over the Yankees. Dylan Giddens, Lance Taylor, Leo Parker, Andrew Hall and Mack Acree scored twice each, and Austin Nichols, Jerrod Johnson and Jeremy Bedgood each scored.
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Giants 10, Pirates 7
Connor Windham, Taylor Thomas, Mark Patterson and Kyler Weeks each scored twice in the Giant’s win over the Pirates. Nathan Scoggins and Jeffery Tillery also scored.
Brandon Simmons scored twice for the Pirates, while the rest of the runs came from teammates Daniel McKeown, Anthony Sellers, Trevor Langford, Lance Powell and Benjamin Gafford.
White Sox 6, Cardinals 4
Ryan Davis scored twice, while Skylar Moorer, Brandon White, Keller Rodgers and Will Brown also scored in the Sox’ close win over the Cardinals.
Tanner Cartwright scored twice for the Cards, and Sullivan Harold and Victor Powell also scored.
Mets 10, Rays 9
The Mets used two big innings – the first and the third – to claim a one-run victory over the Rays. Christopher McCullough, Roscoe Moorhead, Ryan Taylor and Ben Presley all scored twice. Timmy Gorum and Andy Burns also scored for the Mets.
Michael Meyers crossed the plate three times for the Rays, followed by two runs from Chip Taylor. Cade Tillery, Zack Looney, Luke Hamm and Luke Smothers also scored.
Rangers 10, Reds 0
The Reds held the game close for the first three innings, but the Rangers scored eight runs in the last two innings.
David Miller scored three times, Dylan Jones and James Burkett scored twice, and Michael Smith, Jason Schofield and Jaron Banks also scored.
Royals 5, A’s 4
Four runs in the third inning for the Royals proved to be the difference in a close contest with the A’s.
In that inning, Barrett Bush, Dalton Hood, Chance House and Ishmeal Ball scored for the Royals. House added another run in the sixth.
Austin Vickery scored three times for the A’s, while Drake Cabe had a run scored and two RBIs. Colby Booker also had an RBI.
Red Sox 8, Braves 4
Ryan Burkett, Peyton Frazier and Will Smith all scored twice for the Red Sox, while Matthew Sheffield and Joseph Peavy also put runs on the board.
Jaquan Lewis, Cody Parker, Dalton Weeks and Jay Davison scored for the Braves, and Price Jones also added an RBI.
Pirates 15, Rangers 4
Cody Harrell crossed the plate three times to lead the Pirates over the Rangers. Doaklin Scoggins, Donte Lee and Josh Sawyer. Trent McGough, Dillion Brown, Justice Taylor and Tyler Gibson also scored.
Nathan Looney, Hunter Gaston, E.J. Brassington and Landon Smothers scored for the Rangers.
Diamond Divas 10, Dixie Chicks 4
Jameria Thompson and Kelsey Herring scored twice for the Diamond Divas, while Anna Blake Langford, Tankeya Smith, Janazia Thompson, Grace Whiddon and Makayla Furr also crossed the plate.
Elizabeth Ruckel had two runs for the Chicks, and both Emma Thomas and Megan Phelps also scored.
Firecrackers 20, Pink Panthers 7
Hannah Claire Till and Caitlin West scored three times each for the Firecrackers in the big win over the Pink Panthers. Brooklyn Acree, Bailey Coker, Maggie Brown, Courtney Powell, Heather Varner and Kaitlin Neese all scored twice. Ialiyah Crenshaw and Katherine Tillery also added runs.
Raneigh Smith scored twice for the Panthers. Isab Foster, Kayleigh Mays, Lara Beth Blackmon, Kayla Motley and Zykita Bradley also scored.
Dixie Chicks 13, Mustangs 2
Hannah Reeves, Taylor King, Sarah E. Owens, Savannah Mauch and Artazia Cannon all scored twice for the Dixie Chicks. Tucker Whiddon, Kiva Halford and Kathryn Pudget also scored.
Jessica Joyner and Rhiya Daniel scored for the Mustangs in the fourth inning.
Kaos 16, Wild Limes 12
Whitney Boswell and Ashley Bullard scored thrice each for Team Kaos, while Mallorie Lewis, Aubrey Buck and Kristen Reeves scored twice each. Alexia Johnson, Keisha Rice, Imani Stone and Tramea Loveless also plated runs.
Casey Brown, Morgan Perdue, Amber Bedgood, Chasity Elliot and Tansey Durant all scored twice for the Limes. Sarah Smith and Amelia Grider also scored.