As the Minden Recreation Department’s boys baseball seasons hit the final week of the regular season, scoresheets of recent games were provided by MRD scorekeepers. Recaps of the games:
Tide 12, Ballers 4: Seven runs in the top of the fourth made the difference for the Tide. Jude Oglesby had a pair of hits for the winners, who had three runs scored by Nolen Waller and two each from Carson Powell and Barron Bower. Other offensive leaders were Gage Weaver and D.J. Lamay. Oglesby and Bryson Finley combined on the mound to keep the Ballers contained.
Dalton Harber and Bo Bailey both doubled for the Ballers, with Harber scoring twice. Dario Galvez singled and scored.
Dixie AAA Boys (9-10)
Webster Machine 9, N&J 9: Dawson Gaston of Webster Machine and Mekhi Parker of N&J each homered in the tie game.
For Webster Machine, Preston McKinley and Rylan Cochran doubled while Trent Clemons scored twice. Other leaders at the plate were Kaiden Kinsey, Jordan Carey, Ty Bamburg, Riley Daniel and Levi Caston.
N&J got two hits from Amari McGee and a double by Tate Lowe. McGee and Parker scored twice. Other offensive pacesetters were Canyon Borden, Brayden Curtis, Braxton Taylor and Brock Bradford.
Coach Pitch (7-8)
Webster 18, Hawks 3: Scoring four runs, Ryder Hollingsworth homered twice, tripled and doubled for Webster. Tripp Glass went 3-for-3, all doubles, and Warren Johnson and Peyton McKinney each scored three times for the winners. Hogan Hay, Captain Powell, Murphy Durden, Beau Monday, Grayson Avery were also offensive leaders for Webster.
Hunter Brevelle and Brandon Williams each tripled for the Hawks, who got contributions from Gage Giddings, Marcus Johnson, and Keegan Boyler.
Rattlers 28, Tigers 22: Nolan Brady and Ryder Thomas each scored four runs and cracked three hits, while Brady Thompson doubled twice and singled, and scored three times, to pace the Rattlers. Also with three hits was Jase McEarchen. Kason Shaw, Blake Chandler, Cooper Thomas, Jason Anderson, Todd Guest and Kase Wood were offensive standouts for the winners.
Hunter Holly scored four times and had three hits, including a home run, for the Tigers. J.D. Green had four runs and three hits, including a double. Waylon Campell had a game-high four hits and scored three times, and Kendall Wiggins posted three hits and three runs. The Tigers’ other offensive leaders were Wilder Butler, Landon Kinsey, Rhett Ware and LeJerrius Bryant.
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