SIKESTON -- Results of Monday's Sikeston Area Youth Baseball League were as follows.
Colson Frakes rapped a double among his four hits to lead Sikeston Motors. Gavin Probst also doubled.
Ty Householder and Shane Blunt had one hit apiece for Ultimate.
Colton Davis tripled twice and Torrie Helms also had two hits, including a triple to pace the 731 offense.
Shawn Ferguson, Paxton Wheatly and Brad Henderson added a basehit apiece.
Connor Merideth and Trey Bolin had home runs for First National. Merideth and Hunter Deane collected two hits apiece.
Austin Byrd, Jackson Alvarez, Theodore Burton and Paul Ruff each stroked three hits for Irrigation Central. Byrd and Ruff hit home runs. Dylan Mason had two hits for Dairy Queen.
Doug Still, Adam Kennard and Grayson Colbert had two hits each for Ponder. One of Still's hits was a home run.
Seth Ressel, Colton Black and Jason Brashear collected two hits apiece for Randy's.
Blanchard pushed across the winning run in its last at-bat to nullify a four-run D & S comeback in the top of the frame.
Wesley Shaw, Gavin O'Brien and Joe Cooksey went 3-for-3 and Gus Eby 2-for-2 for Blanchard.
Austin Bauman, Clay Reddick, Aaron Neal and Tyler Kolwyck had three hits for D & S.
KSIM rebounded from a three-run deficit with three runs in the fifth inning to tie and the game-winner in its final at-bat.
Tanner Bryant got the win in relief of Brady Culver, while teammates Blake Hurt and David Trice had two hits apiece.
Parker Williams had two hits, including a home run, and Evan Underwood slapped two doubles in a 3-for-3 day.
Tyler Selvig and Dylan Kimball went 2-for-2 for Lewis, while Josh Carlyle had two hits with a triple for Burger King. Ethan Browning had a double for Lewis. J. Nailie had a RBI triple and Amos Helms had a double for Burger King.
Ben Freed was the winning pitcher with 10 strikeouts.
Trent McMillan went 4-for-4 for the Jaycees, including a home run and a double, while Clay Driskell picked up the win.
Luke Keefer hit a double for Rotary.
Kyle Reeves and Ian Householder went 4-for-4 to lead Elks to its runaway win.
Blake Angle was the winning pitcher with six strikeouts.
Hunter Williams blasted a home run and a triple for Kiwanis.