SIKESTON -- Results of Thursday's Sikeston Area Youth Baseball action were as follows.
Tristin Zimmerman stroked four hits in four at-bats to lead Ultimate, while teammates Ty Householder, Lucas Hurley and Trevor McLean collected two hits each.
Gavin Moore led First National with three hits, including a home run and a triple. Hunter Deane and Conner Merideth had two hits apiece.
Stinnett and Still led the R. J. Silver attack with three hits each. Kennard and Colbert added two hits each.
Stark went 2-for-2 for Ponder.
Blanchard edged Irrigation Central with the game-winning run in its final at-bat.
O'Brien paced Blanchard with three hits. Jones and Gaddis added two each.
Rucker and Byrd rapped two hits each for Irrigation Central.
Doug Still hammered a third-inning grand slam for what proved to be the winning runs for Ponder.
Chase Sweet, Adam Kennard, Zach Stinnett and Garrison Colbert added two hits apiece.
Aaron Neal went 3-for-3 with five RBIs, including a three-run homer to pull D & S to within one in its final at-bat. Gabe Wheeler also went 3-for-3.
Ferguson, led by Audie Hay, Shane Garrett, Mack Marcum, Caleb Dunn, Jacob Sauceda and Mason Walker with two hits each, scored three in the third inning to wipe out a 7-5 deficit.
Lane Gordon, Annie Ramey and Chase Davis topped First Midwest's offense with two hits each.
Nunnelee and winning pitcher Lucas Houchin held off a last-inning Noffel comeback for the victory. Chris Alley and Houchin had two hits for the winners.
Brandon and Troy had three hits apiece for Noffel, while Trenton and Trey chipped in with two hits each.
The Standard Democrat got stellar pitching performances from Connor Landers, the winning pitcher, and Drew Harper in its rout of Nunnelee.
Landers, Eric Darnell and Levi Henson led the winners with two hits each.
Steward and Morlan battled into extra innings until Morlan tallied the decisive run in the top of the seventh inning.
Tyler Anderson went the distance to pick up the win in a 19-strikeout performance. Anderson also led Morlan at the plate with a 3-for-4 day.
Josh Hampton and Zach Neal paced Steward with two hits each.