No-hitters run rampant at AL park

from staff reports

   Jeremy Hall and Adam Colbaugh worked together on a no-hitter Saturday, lifting Citizen's Bank to a 16-0 rout of A1 Auto at Jim Ensor Field.
   Hall, who pitched until the top of the fourth, and Colbaugh recorded all 15 A1 outs by strikeout.
   Both players contributed nicely with the bat as Hall doubled twice and scored two runs, and Colbaugh homered, singled and scored twice.
   Hunter Peters went 3-for-3 with a double and two runs to lead the Bankers sticks, overall.
T&C Lawn Care 19

   One no-hitter wasn't enough on Saturday as T&C's Josh Lipford and Josh Peterson did the trick against Kentucky Fried Chicken.
   Jeff Peters led Lawn Care at the dish, batting 2-for-2 with a double, a triple and three runs. Peterson went 2-for-2, collecting a double, and Jarred Irick was 2-for-3, scored three runs and had a two-bagger of his own.
   Franky Covarrubias went 1-for-1, denting a double for the winners. He tallied three runs.
Cline-Holder 14
Elizabethton Federal 9

   Cody Marley and Thomas Roddy each batted 1-for-1 with two walks and a trio of runs as Cline-Holder got past the boys of Elizabethton Federal.
   James Warwick added a 1-for-1 showing, with Jeremey Sommers and Logan Andrews chipping in a base hit apiece. Kendall Wash produced three runs.
   Chris Dishman paced the Federal attack, going 2-for-3. Dustin Milhorn doubled while Nathaniel Morefield and Jonathan Hardin each went 1-for-1.
Expert Express 20
Summers-Taylor 8

   Nick Papantoniou underscored a 21-hit Express output with a 3-for-3 day that packaged a pair of doubles, a home run and four runs scored.
   Shane Heaton (1 double, 1 triple), Blake Russell and Britt Yelton (1 double) played major offensive roles for Expert, each batting 3-for-3. Recording two hits apiece were Dustin Carden (2 doubles), Hunter Taylor (1 triple), Crystal Covington and Brent Thomas (1 double, 1 triple).
   Lucas Teague, going 1-for-1 with a pair of walks, led the way for Summers-Taylor. James Matheson went 1-for-2, and Dustin Arnett and Josh Taylor ripped out doubles.
Friday's Games

T&C Lawn Care 17

   Continuing the early-season theme of great pitching, Justin Pierce hurled a no-hitter as T&C cruised to this AL victory.
   Pierce nearly had a perfect game, allowing just one baserunner by virtue of a walk.
   Jarred Irick, Cory Miller, E.J. Newbern and Kevin Largent were tops for the Lawn Care boys at the plate.
   KFC received a solid defensive game from Micah Cates.
Citizen's Bank 17
A1-Auto 4

   J.D. Scalf was the main man for Citizen's Bank, going 3-for-3 and pitching his team to a convincing victory under the Friday night lights.
   The Bankers' Matthew Gouge had a big 3-for-3 game of his own, while Jeremy Hall and Marcus Hill each went 2-for-2. One of Hall's hits was good for a home run.
   Aaron Taylor, Caleb Osborne and Brandon Taylor led the way for A-1.