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By CHUCK HATHCOCK
Sports Editor


   Hunt Young had a triple and a double to help the Indians ease past the Giants in boys 9-10 year old action recently at Wayne Carson Park.
   Dylan Dennis finished with a triple and a single for the Indians. Jacob Yarborough chipped in with two singles.
   Tyler King and Eli Black each had a single.
   Caleb Estes had two doubles. Bryce Kirk both had two singles. Riley Rea and Kade Robertson each had two singles for the Giants. Steve Green also played well on offense.

7-8 boys
   Brad Deloach, Preston Downs, and Dawson Rice each had a homerun as the Cardinals won a 17-14 decision to the Athletics.
   Tyler Wilson played well defensively.
   Tripp Parker homered for the Athletics. Hayden Bryson and Noah Jones had an outstanding offensive game.
   Peyton Sumrall, Cole Clevenger and Mac Moring were the defenside standouts.
   In other action, Cauy Smith and Shaun Cochran each had a homerun to help the Gunners win a 20-10 decision over the Reds. Jackson Jenkins and Nick Blount paced the offensive effort.
Conner Carson and Kaid White  were the defensive standouts.
   Cullen Phelon and Laken Snyder had an outstanding offensive game for the Reds. Brayden Elliott and Rhyan Haley played well on defense.
   Kyle Horne, Landon Rice, and Luke Westmoreland for the Braves in a 21-6 win over the Crush. Eli Parker and Halston Ingram were the offensive standouts. Tristan Dubard and Lucas Chaney played well defensively.
   Cameron Beckwith and Daniel Dyson paced the Crush offensively. Caiden Windham and Jonathan Dees played well defensively.
   Dylan Black and Jesse Brooks were the offensive standouts for the Braves against the A’s. Jude Westmoreland was defensive leader.
   Cayden Mitchell homered for the A’s. Colby Ferguson and Carson Honeycutt were the offensive standouts for the A’s.
   Tanner Moring and Montana Villasenor paced things on defense.
   Dawson Rice, Riley Reed, and Tyler Wilson had a homerun each for the Cardinals.
   Brad Deloach was the defensive standout.
   Cash Blaylock and Hunter Bennett were the offensive standouts for the Reds.  
   Logan Jones and Noah Jackson had an outstanding defensive game.

Farm League
   Ty Edwards homered to lead the Crush to a 16-10 win over the Angels. Hanna Carpenter and Bubba McKnight were the offensive standouts.
   Presley Williams and Andy Redwine were the defensive standouts.
   Lillian Mattox and Ryder Kendall were the offensive standouts for the Angels. J.D. Beck and Kaleb Faulkner paced the defensive effort.
   In other action, Houston Whittemore and Beau Vance were the offensive standouts leading the Rebels to a 16-5 win over the Wild Things. Stone McCrory and Blakely Kirk were the defensive standouts.
   Emily Finkley and Phillip Anthony Messina were the offensive standouts for the Wild Things. Kylor Gibson and Will Blaylock had an outstanding defensive game.
Brayden Trusty and Drew Klinck were the offensive standouts for the Elite in an 8-4 win over the Rebels.
   Shanvi Khee and Madeline Holliday were the defensive leaders.
   Lyla Kate Vance and Faith Arbuckle had an outstanding offensive game for the Rebels. Ryder Kendall and Anthony Cadena were the defensive standouts.

13-16 boys
   Tyler Angle had a grand slam to lead the Red Sox to a 12-9 win over the Cubs.
   Monroe Perry played well on the defensive side.
   Taylor Evans and Hunter Smith had an outstanding defensive game.
   Devin Guthrie, Bryce Barrow, and Bryson Barrow had an outstanding offensive game for the Cubs. Ben Brasher, Colton Gray, and Connor McCullough played well on defense.

For the full story, see the online edition or the printed edition of the GrenadaStar.


































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