KFC takes down Summers-Taylor

from staff reports

   Kentucky Fried Chicken came through in fine style on Tuesday night, pouring on the offense for a 19-6 win over Summers-Taylor at Jim Ensor Field.
   Scoring at least one run in every inning, KFC tallied four in the first, four in the third and seven in the fifth.
   Bruce Crumley spearheaded the winning team with a 4-for-4 performance at the plate. Sam Adams was 2-for-2 and Micah Cates 2-for-4.
   Alec Whitehead pitched the win as Summers-Taylor was held to three hits.
   Dakota Waters led the S-T effort with a 1-for-1 game. Billy Palmer and Crystal Covington both went 1-for-3.
   TNC Lawn Care 18
   Eliz. Federal 3
   It was a good night for TNC Lawn Care, which won by the mercy rule in four innings.
   Justin Pierce topped an 11-hit Lawn Care attack by going 3-for-3, while Knox Eryasa and Franky Covarrubias each batted 2-for-2.
   Nathaniel Stoneciper, who collected his first Little League hit, and Tyler Jaynes, chipped in 1-for-1 showings for KFC, which got a winning effort on the mound from Jonathan Chapman.
   Beth Fair and Travis Tolley paced the E-Federal bats with 1-for-1 efforts. John Hardin followed at 1-for-3.