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Comstock's four hits leads Sikeston Motors to 6-3 win

Friday, May 28, 2004

SIKESTON -- Results of Friday's action in the Sikeston Area Youth Baseball League were as follows:

Six-Year Old League

Sikeston Motors 6, First National Bank 3

Alex Comstock (4-for-4), Dakota Ray (3-4) and Colson Frakes (3-4) led Sikeston Motors while Connor Merideth (3-3), Hunter Deane (2-3) and Mitchell Garner (2-3) paced First National.

731 Realty 9, Ultimate Flooring 2

Torrie Helms and Colton Davis went 3-for-3 to lead 731 to its win. Whitney Gaines chipped in with two hits.

Rookie League

Ferguson Medical 11, Blanchard Funeral 6

Tyler McClinton doubled twice and knocked in two runs and Jarrett Sandlin and Brandon Wilson also had two doubles and one RBI apiece to lead Ferguson over Blanchard.

Gavin O'Brien and Layton Jones belted inside-the-park home runs for Blanchard.

D & S Salvage 7, First Midwest Bank 4

Seth Williams tripled home two runs and Tyler Kolwyck had a two-run double to lead D & S to its wire-to-wire win over First Midwest.

Also for D & S, Gabe Wheeler smashed a triple and Austin Bowman connected on a double.

Chase Gaines slammed an inside-the-park home run, Annie Ramey doubled in a run and Garric Madison added a two-base hit for First Midwest.

Ferguson Medical 4, D & S 3

Jarrett Sandlin led Ferguson with three hits in three trips with one RBI, while Austin Hay and Kaleb Dunn added two hits apiece.

Austin Bowman and Seth Williams collected two hits each for D & S.

R. J. Silver 5, Dairy Queen 4

R. J. Silver plated the game-winning run in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Zach Harris (3-3), Riley Stork (2-3), Austin Erwin (2-3) and Adam Johnson (2-3) paced the Silver offense. Dylan Mason (3-3), Chase Barron (2-3) and Paden Cook (2-3) led Dairy Queen.

Ponder 8, Fabrite 3

Chase Sweet, Adam Kennard and Doug Still each went 3-for-3, while Kennard and Still drove home two runs for Ponder.

Landon Fisher went 3-for-3 for Fabrite and Colton Hampton and Spencer Raymond added two hits each.

Blanchard Funeral 4, Jim Wilson 3

Blanchard narrowly edged Jim Wilson with a run in the top of the sixth inning.

Wesley Shaw (3-3, 2 RBI), Court Story (2-2, 2 RBI), Gavin O'Brian (2-3, 2 RBI) and Blake Below (2-3) led Blanchard. Gavin Eftink, Darin Hoskins and Lucas Williams rapped two hits each for Jim Wilson.

Randy's RX 8, First Midwest Bank 1

Braden Housman drove in three runs on a 3-for-3 hitting performance for Randy's. Seth Russell also contributed three hits while Andrea Burks, Colton Black and Jason Brashear added two each.

Chase Davis topped First Midwest with three hits. Caleb Dannenmueller and Austin Fowler had two each.

Central 7, Jim Wilson 6

Central squeaked out the one-run victory with the game-winner in its final at-bat.

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National League

Wild Eyes 7, KSIM 0

Colton Young, Wesley Glaus and Jimmy Obermark combined on a one-hit shutout of KSIM.

Obermark and Josh Williams paced the Wild Eyes offense with two hits each.

Ross Bohannon collected KSIM's hit.

Lions 6, Lewis 4

Marshall Stallings and Jason Issacs went 2-for-3 for the Lions, while Jordan Williams and Ethan Browning had two hits each for Lewis.

Lions 2, American Legion 0

Jason Issacs, Nathan Rodgers and Mikey Russell pitched two scoreless innings each and combined for 12 strikeouts in the shutout win for the Lions.

Nathan Rodgers went 2-for-3 at the plate and Jamie Miliam and Trey Little added a basehit apiece.

Parker Williams went 2-for-2 for the Legion.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Rotary 11, Jaycee 5

Rotary roared back from a 5-2 deficit with nine runs in its final two at-bats to overtake Jaycee.

Luke Keeler picked up the win with three innings of one-run relief. Andy Hicks (3-3) and Mike Gibson (2-2 with an inside-the-park home run) led the 12-hit Rotary attack.

Clay Driskill collected three of the Jaycee's five-hit total.

Elks 13, Kiwanis 3

Twelve runs in the first two innings vaulted the Elks to a run-rule win over Kiwanis.

Ian Householder allowed one hit and struck out 11 to earn the win.

Bradley Burks (3-3) and Kyle McElwain (2-2) led the Elks.

Christian Stanley got the lone Kiwanis safety.