Minden Recreation Department Baseball Recaps

In recent Minden Recreation Department baseball action, the scorers were busy tracking many outstanding offensive performances and some dramatic finishes as the season neared its conclusion. Games Friday evening are slated to conclude regular-season competition.

Dixie AAA Boys (9-10)

Chaos 10, N&J 9: A walk-off win with two runs in the bottom of the fourth provided plenty of excitement. Chaos took control with a six-run bottom of the first.

Colton Miller tallied three times and had a pair of hits to lead Chaos. Wyatt Johnson scored twice along with Luke Bailey.

Mehki Parker tripled for N&J and Amari McGee doubled and scored twice.

AA Coach Pitch

Astros 21, Coyotes 6: The ‘Stros scored 13 times in the last two innings to break up a close game.

Brantlee Smith and Gavin Sparks doubled twice and scored three times for the winners, who got four hits from Colten Alley, who also scored three runs. Jamesyn Russell doubled, along with Colby Harris, Grayson Crawford (who had three hits) and Kaleb Stephens (two of them).

The Coyotes got two hits each by Sawyer Fleming and Jack Beard, a triple from Chevy Whitaker, and doubles by Rana Brown and Beard. More production came from Louie Kororvelas, Bryson Simmons, Gunner Pitman and Tucker Madden.

Skeeters 12, Webster 3: Jadyn Hartwell scored three times and delivered three hits, both game highs, in the win. Knocking two hits were Bentley Nealy, Braxten Brown and Gray Williams. Doubles were by Jordyn Hartwell, Brant Bridges, Coleman Ervin, Andrew Scriber, Brown and Williams. More impactful batters were Jordyn Hartwell, Peyton Williams, Silas Bamburg, Cade Smith and Casin Williams.

For Webster, Beau Monday tripled, while Captain Powell and Ryder Hollingsworth each contributed two hits, including doubles. Warren Johnson also doubled. Other offensive contributors were Tripp Glass, Murphy Durdin, Grayson Avery and Christian Lemoine.

Competitive T-Ball

Rattlers 28, Fairway Carts 24: A home run by Kasen Shaw, a triple from Maddox Bice and four-hit evenings by Brody Thompson, Chase Woods, and Nolan Brady helped the Rattlers to a wide-open win. Three-hit games came from Jason Anderson, Cooper Thomas and Jase McEachern. Shaw, Thomas and Brady all scored four runs.

Skylar Malone and Evan Harmon homered for Fairway Carts, who got a pair of triples from Dalton Bilover, and two doubles apiece by Reginald Seamster and Austin Ramsay. Three hit performances came from Wesley Campell, Braydon Delaney, Taylor Watkins, Brooks McCullough and Eli Curley.

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