Results of recent games as reported by the City of Minden’s recreation staff:
Dixie Belles (13-14 girls softball)
Webster 7, North Webster 0: Lyndsay Ryan allowed only a hit by Kylee Sanders in the three-inning win. Brooklyn Edwards and Durryian Flournoy led the Webster offense.
North Webster 5, Legends 5: A two-run rally in the final at-bat earned a tie for Legends. Webster posted all its runs in the top of the first. For Legends, Aleena Duran doubled twice, Dixie Williams tripled and Caryn Kizzia scored a crucial run.
Duran and Williams combined to strike out 11 North Webster ihtters (7 by Duran in three innings). Kenzy Brown pitched all five innings for NW.
Hot Shots 15, Haughton 6: The winners scored five runs in each of their three at-bats. Leading the offense for the Hot Shots were Lydia Billups, Hadley Haynes and Erin Keel. Billups and Keel handled the duties in the circle for the Hot Shots, while Tae Boaz and Cheyenne Collins pitched for Haughton.
Dixie Boys (13-14 boys baseball)
Webster 6, Lakeside 3: Three runs in the top of the final (fourth) inning made the difference for Webster, which held off a Lakeside rally that produced a run in the bottom half.
Webster’s offensive leaders were Hudson Brown, Dawson Day (who doubled), Jacob Jefferson and Ryder Miller. Day, Bryson Ranger and Brown combined to handle the pitching duties.
For Lakeside, Landon Brewer, Brock Case and Nolan Waller were the most productive at the plate, with Brewer and Case each cracking doubles. Brewer, Case (both striking out three) and Jake Glass did the pitching.
Tigers 14, Haynesville 0: Austin Cooper and Kaidyn Williams both doubled and scored two runs for the Tigers who got two hits from Nash Warren and Zach Boyler. Austin Cooper and Blake Bown tallied twice, as did Boyler.
Jason Perry threw a complete-game, four-inning shutout, allowing three singles (to Haynesville’s Logan Childress, Hayden Gilbert and Cason Halter) and striking out six.
Dixie Angels (girls)
Lady Legends 10, Bat Attitude 0: Ella Wood hammered a home run while Rhea Walker and Memnincey James both had two hits for the winners. Also leading the Lady Legends onslaught were Kylie Ferguson, Kenzie Paminolen and Zoey Shirley. James, Waller and Wood each scored twice.
Lainie Gilcrease and Kaydn Thompson each singled for Bat Attitude.
Ponytails (9-10 girls)
Legends 10, Stackers 8: Brooke Edwards struck out 4 Legends batters while Lylah Huddleston fanned 2 Stackers hitters. No offensive highlights were reported.
Dixie AAA Boys (9-10)
Chaos 10, Citizens 8: Luke Bailey tripled and scored twice, and Colton Miller doubled and scored for Chaos in the slugfest. Offensive standouts included Lawson Shars and Dane Weaver (each with two runs scored), along with Mac Vanolenord, Hunter Williams, Carson Punis and Wyatt Johnson.
Citizens got a triple from Cameron Henderson and doubles by Camden Grubbs, A.J. Hawley and Rylan Bailey. Jace Waller scored three runs and Max Wimberley crossed home twice. Other offensive contributions came from Colton Toland and Grey Walker.
N&J Oilfield 13, Frontliners 9: Meki Parker had two hits and scored three times for N&J, while Canyon Borden and Tate Lowe both scored a pair of runs. Other offensive leaders were Brayden Curtis, Michael Smith, Pete Hudson, Braxton Taylor, Konnor Pruett, Andrew Bogues and Brock Bradford.
The Frontliners got doubles by Saige Pierre and Brody Shockley, who scored two runs. Chase Daniel also tallied twice. More offensive contributions came from Clayden Fowler, Hunter Hansen, Michael Sumrall and Everett Nelson.
Colton Cooper recorded all nine outs by strikeouts in his three innings on the mound for the Frontliners. Lowe was nearly as salty for N&J with 8 Ks in his three innings on the bump.
AA Coach Pitch (boys)
Coyotes 3, Hawks 2: Marcus Johnson tripled three times for the Hawks but the Coyotes prevailed.
Rana Brown and Tucker Madden each had two hits for the winners. Singles came by Sawyer Fleming, Jack Beard, Bryson Simmons and Gunner Pittman.
The Hawks got two hits from Landrie Myers while Jacion Baiceon, Seth Wallace and Brandon Williams each had singles.
Skeeters 18, Astros 4: Peyton Williams doubled, tripled and homered to pace the rout, while Jordyn Hartwell also had three hits. Brant Bridges, Andrew Scriber, Cade Smith, Cason Wichlens and Gray Williams all contributed two singles for the Skeeters.
The Astros got two doubles by Gavin Sparks and another from Rendric McClendon, who scored twice. Brantlee Smith singled two times. Colton Alley and Gunner Sparks each had base hits.
Dixie Darlings (girls)
Fury 4, Darling Divas 2: Lyndsey Billups homered and scored twice while Arlington Austin and Kaylee McDonald had a pair of hits to lead the Fury. Kynlee Garms, Marian Wimberly and Olivia Young delivered singles.
Presley Barton, Laikyn Hollingsworth and Clara Williams all had two hits for the Divas. Amber Aubrey, Anna Beth Brown, Presley Nelson and Willow Still each singled.
Fairway Carts 28, Tigers 23: Dalton Glover tripled twice and doubled for the winners. Eli Curley, Brooks McCullough, Reginald Seamster and Taylor Watkins each cracked three hits while Wesley Campbell, Braydon Dulaney, Skyler Malone and Reed Powell contributed two apiece for Fairway Carts. Malone homered and Dulaney tripled, while Austin Ramsay, Evan Harmon, Campbell and Powell doubled.
For the Tigers, three hits each were delivered by Lejerrius Bryant, Waylon Chapman, J.D. Greer, Hunter Holly and Dylan Pamintuan. Wilder Butler and Corbin Toland both doubled twice while Nikko Jimenez, Landon Kinsey and John Whitehead added a pair of singles each.
Photo: City of Minden Recreation Dept.
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