Salem Little League Round Up
Jeff Dunahee Realty Rays def. Molenhour Construction 8-7 in
coach pitch baseball on opening day. The Rays scored 3 runs in the top of
the 5th to get the win. Rolen Adams, Carter Engel, Levi Young, and Rhett Runge
all had 2 hits apiece to give the Rays the win.
The Lions Cardinals came back from a
9-2 deficit to defeat the Rotary Reds 11-10 in the Little League majors on
opening day. Zachary Livesay picked up the win and Isaac Adams picked up
the save. Brennon Nix and Andrew Lybarger both had two hits for Rotary. Zachary
Livesay had two hits and two RBI and Isaac Adams had two hits, including a
3-run triple in the 3rd inning. Cade Alberson had a hit and an RBI for the
In opening day action, in the first Minor League game of the
season, the Squibb Tank Orioles defeated the Elks Angels by a score of 6-5. Carter
Rose led the Squibb Tank Orioles in hitting, going 3 for 3 with 3 Runs and an
RBI. Also adding RBI's were Dylan Brown, Clayton Koenegstein, Nathaniel Finley,
Quentin Purcell, and Carson Parrish. Kaiden Roberts was the starting pitcher
for the Squibb Tank Orioles and left the game with a 5-1 lead. Quentin Purcell
got the win for the Squibb Tank Orioles, holding off a late surge by the Elks
Angels in the top of the 4th inning. The Elks Angels were led at the plate by
Jordan Gebke, who went 2 for 2 with a Run and an RBI. Jordan Gebke also took
the loss for the Elks Angels.
In coach pitch softball, Boulder defeated Tavie Tots 14-6. Rebecca
Hays had two hits, drove in two, and scored twice for Boulder. Marissa Holland
and Jaeda Rollinson combined for six hits each had two RBIs. Holland scored
twice and Rollinson once for the winners. Brynn Metcalf was 3-for-3 with a run
and and RBI for Tavie Tots.
Radiac doubled up Jeff Dunahee Realty on opening day,
winning 18-9. Layla Word got the win for Radiac.
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