PIC, Moose prevail in blowout fashion

from staff reports

   Domination was the key word on Monday night in action from the Babe Ruth league, with the PIC Braves and Moose Twins having their way with their opponents.
   While the Braves defeated the Elks Cubs 16-1, the Twins dusted the Tetrick Yankees by a score of 18-3.
   Robert Davenport tossed a one-hitter for PIC, collecting four strikeouts and walking just one batter in a victorious performance.
   Strong contributions were made at the plate by PIC's Cody Mann, who went 3-for-4; Ryan Kennedy, 2-for-2; Blake Hopson, 2-for-3; and Derek Nave, 2-for-4.
   Brandon Grindstaff accounted for the lone Cubs hit.
   In the other game of the night, Jeff Peters and Terry Campbell combined on a two-hitter, with Peters pocketing the win.
   Peters showed the way at the plate for Moose, going 3-for-3.
   Campbell provided some first-inning fireworks, bashing a grand slam. He finished at 2-for-3, and Daniel Shankle added a 1-for-1 effort.
   Josh Cole and J.D. Scalf both batted 1-for-1 for the Yankees.
   Sunday
   Tetrick Yankees 17
   Phillips Development Red Sox 11
   Cody Scalf batted 3-for-3 to back Brandon Cole's winning effort on the mound, and the Yankees won a high-scoring affair.
   Chris Wagner and Justin Covington followed up Scalf with 3-for-4 showings. J.D. Scalf was 1-for-1 and Justin Conway 1-for-2.
   Brandon Medina put on a good show for the Red Sox, batting 4-for-4 with a home run. Jake Peters enjoyed a 3-for-4 game, with Jared Oliver going 2-for-3.
   Saturday
   Elks Cubs 16
   Phillips Development Red Sox 10
   Andrew Church went 3-for-5 and Josh Sorah scored four runs to propel the Cubs past the Red Sox.
   Batting 2-for-4 apiece were Jacob Thomas, Brandon Grindstaff and Michael Carpenter, who notched the victory on the mound.
   Sorah batted 1-for-1.
   Brandon Medina and Ryan Lawhern topped Phillips Development with 2-for-3 games -- Medina tagged a home run -- while Matt Rasnick and Aaron Bradford both went 2-for-4.