S-T wins run-fest vs. E-Fed

from staff reports


   Summers-Taylor and Elizabethton Federal made for an offensive showcase on Saturday at Jim Ensor Field, with S-T capturing a 16-10 decision.
   The teams combined for 18 of the game's 26 runs in the final two innings.
   Providing much of the offensive firepower for Summers-Taylor were Crystal Covington and Dakota Waters with four hits apiece. Josh Taylor added two hits, while Roger Bailey chimed in with an inside-the-park home run.
   Brett Price had two hits for Federal, with Jonathan Hardin, Drew Shingleton and Travis Tolley each getting one hit. D.J. Pucket was the winning pitcher for Summers.
   Citizens Bank 6
   Cline-Holder 1
   Citizens deposited four runs on the scoreboard in the first tow innings to beat Cline-Holder in the opener on Saturday. Adam Colbaugh was the star as winning pitcher, going 2-for-2 at the plate with one of those hits, a two-run homer in the fourth inning.
   Franky Birchfield and Jacob Taylor also collected hits for Citizens. Zack Boles and Logan Andrews each had hits for Cline-Holder.
   T-n-C Lawn Care 13
   KFC 2
   Justin Pierce threw a three-inning no-hitter as T-n-C was dynamite in routing KFC.
   Josh Peterson came in relief only to surrender one hit to close out the game.
   Pierce, Peters and Josh Lipford all had two hits apiece for T-n-C, while losing pitcher Dan Campbell provided the only hit for KFC.
   David's Auto Sales 8
   Inland Paper 7
   David's Autos came up big in the final inning, scoring three runs in the top of the sixth to propel them to the victory. Winning pitcher Jordan Taylor had three hits to lead David's with Jake Hubbard and Austin Reed providing assistance in the form of one hit apiece.
   On the other side, losing pitcher Britt Yelton has to be commended for his effort at the plate going 4-for-4. Jordan Pearce, Jared Reece and Brian Hamby each added two hits and James Booth added one for Inland.
   Friday's Games
   KFC 7
   Elizabethton Federal 2
   KFC exploded for seven runs in the second inning to take a 7-2 victory over Elizabethton Federal Friday in Carter County American Little League action at Jim Ensor Field.
   Bruce Crumley led the offensive charge for KFC garnering two hits. Joseph Campbell, Dan Campbell and Jordan Adams were the other leading hitters for KFC, while Micah Cates picked up the win on the mound.
   Brett Price, Travis Tolley and Dennis Turbyfield each accounted for a hit apiece for Elizabethton Federal.
   T-N-C 6
   Summers-Taylor 2
   Tyler Jaynes going 2-for-2 at the plate spurred T-n-C to the win over Summers-Taylor. T-n-C took a 4-0 over the first two innings and maintained a lead of at least three runs the remainder of the contest.
   Franky Covarrubias and Josh Peterson were amongst the other leading hitters for T-n-C. Josh Lipford picked up the win, allowing only four hits.
   Crystal Covington, Dakota Waters and Roger Bailey were among those, who had hits for the losing squad, with pitcher Waters being credited the mark in the loss column.