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KSIM downs US Bank, 7-2

Wednesday, June 19, 2002

SIKESTON -- Here are Tuesday's results from Sikeston Area Youth Baseball:

KSIM 7, US Bank 2

Joe Lincoln was 3-for-3, Travis Hudson was 2-for-3 and Blake Lee was 2-for-4 in KSIM's 7-2 win.

Jerod Scott pitched the first three innings, allowing four hits and two walks with five strikeouts. Cody Black threw the final two frames, giving up six hits and two walks with three Ks.

For U.S. Bank, Tyler Brooks was 2-for-3. Blake Walker and Andy Gantner also had hits. Gantner and Brooks both threw in the loss.

First National Bank 9, DeWitt Auction 7

Martin Schaefer and Tyler Kinder were both 2-for-4, leading the First National Bank to victory. Schaefer pitched the first four innings for National, allowing five hits and two walks with three strikeouts.

Bryce Wibbenmeyer threw the final two frames, giving up four hits and two walks with three Ks.

For DeWitt, Michael Sansagraw and Spencer Ayers were both 2-for-3. Brandon Ayers also contributed a hit. Cody Cooper and Brandon Ayers both threw in the loss.

Market Place 11, Elks 5

Jordan Phonecie stole three bases in the Market Place win. Zachary Brooks was 3-for-3 with two RBIs. Ryan Dicus had two hits and Cork contributed one. Dicus got the complete-game win, allowing seven hits and five walks with seven strikeouts. The Elks saw one hit each from Colt Pruitt, Whitney Wilson, Caleb McClelland and Freddie Gilliland. McClelland and Wilson both threw in the loss.

KSIM 18, Noranda 2

Travis Hudson was 3-for-4, blasting a home run with four RBIs in the KSIM victory. KSIM saw two hits each from Ivie, Jerod Scott and Justin Dow. Scott and Hudson both pitched for KSIM, allowing five hits and one walk with seven strikeouts. For Noranda, Ross Palmer was 2-for-2. Trey Glaus and Tyler Dame also had hits.


Jaycees 13, Lewis 8

Scott Droddy was 2-for-4 with three RBIs, leading the Jaycees to victory. John Mhoon was 2-for-3 and Darin Dicus was 1-for-3. Matt Rushing, Droddy, Dicus and Cody Anderson all pitched in the win, allowing eight hits and two walks with six strikeouts.

Lewis saw two hits each from Billy McIntosh, Timmy Hart and Obermark. Stephen Beydler and Logan Gilmore each contributed one hit. Gilmore and Billy Green both pitched in the loss.


Sonny's 11, Blanchard 3

Colton Young blasted a home run in the third inning, leading Sonny's Solid Waste to victory. He finished the day 2-for-3 with an RBI. Wesley Glaus was 3-for-3. Jordan Williams and Shay Warren each had two hits. Hensley contributed one. Young and Long both pitched in the win, allowing seven hits and eight walks with seven strikeouts. For Blanchard, Landon Hampton was 3-for-3 and Michael Brown was 2-for-3. Brandon Copeland was charged with the loss.


Nunnelee 10, Standard Democrat 7

Ben Freed was 3-for-3 with an RBI, leading Nunnelee Funeral Chapel to a 10-7 win. Bryan Freed and Caleb Pruitt also had hits. Ben Freed and Jose Boese both pitched for Nunnelee, allowing 15 hits and 10 walks with two strikeouts. For the Standard Democrat, Colby Dunn and Ross Bohannon were both 4-for-4. Blake Newman and Noah Moyers were both 3-for-3. Evan Underwood and Blake Newman both pitched in the loss.


First Midwest 12, Ferguson 1

First Midwest saw two hits each from Clayton Driskill, Cory Evans, Conner Landers, Garrett Self, Ryan Norton and Alean Little. Ferguson saw one hit each from Logan Hawkins, Taylor Scott, Coleman Johnson and Brady Glaus.


Discount Rentals 9, Jim Wilson 4

Discount Rentals saw three hits each from Adam Dill, Chase Davis and Caleb Dannemuller. Robert Mason and Taylor Pyland each had two hits. Jim Wilson saw two hits each from Caleb Hampton, Derrick Garner and Colton Black.

Morlan 10, Rotary 1

For Morlan, Adam Kennard was 3-for-3. Garren Maddox, Doug Still Jr., Zach Harrision and Gavin each had two hits. For Rotary, Graison had a hit.