By CHUCK HATHCOCK
Weekend rains cancelled the remainder of the Grenada Youth League schedule.
Teams turn their attention to the all-star season.
Here is a list of the individual league champions and sportsmanship winners.
Farm League – Elite.
7-8 girls – Ponytails.
7-8 boys – Braves.
9-12 girls – Diamond Dawgs.
9-10 boys – Bulldogs.
9-14 girls fast pitch – Blaze.
11-12 boys – Blue Jays.
13-16 girls – Lady Bulldogs.
Farm League – Angels.
7-8 girls – Angels.
7-8 boys – Crush.
9-12 girls – SWAT.
9-10 boys – Gators.
9-14 girls fast pitch – Chaos.
11-12 boys – Sox.
13-16 girls – Blue Thunder.
Savanah Griffin had a pair of homeruns to lead Blue Thunder to a 15-13 win over Sting.
Catherine Pannell and Natalie Watkins each added a homerun. Taylor Whitsell and Alexandra Perry were the offensive standouts.
Defensively, Sydnie Clements and Katie Owen were the standouts.
Macie Craddock and Madison Sykes led the Sting on offense. Haley Conley and Anna Marie Gray were the defensive standouts.
Ella Brooke Horan and Chloe White were the offensive standouts as the Ponytails won a 17-14 decision over the Blaze.
Brenann Neal and Layla Spires paced the Ponytails on defense.
Perrin Jackson and Hilary Beckwith both had a homerun for the Blaze. Layla Snyder and Joeley Beckwith played well in a losing effort.
Halston Ingram homered to lead the Braves to a 15-5 win over the Reds.
Theron Hubbard also played well on the offensive side.
Landon Rice and Dylan Black were the defensive standouts.
Arthur Fielder and Matt Mitchell paced the Reds offensively. Hunter Bennett and Gary Davis were the top players on defense.
In other action, Conner Carson homered to help the Gunners to an 18-10 win over the Athletics.
Nick Blount and Shaun Cochran had an outstanding offensive game. Holt Gober and Cauy Smith were the defensive standouts.
Noah Jones, Peyton Sumrall and Montana Villasenor were the offensive leaders in a losing effort for the A’s. Cayden Mitchell, Tripp Parker, and Blake Brown had an outstanding defensive game.
Landon Rice, Luke Westmoreland, and Hubbard all had homeruns in the Braves’ 20-10 win over the A’s.
Triston Dubard and Ely Parker were the offensive standouts. Jude Westmoreland and Kyle Horne played well on defense.
Bryson King, Carson Honeycutt, and Sumrall were the offensive leaders for the A’s. Parker, Mitchell, and Hayden Dungan played well on the defensive side.