Boys and girls pee-wee teams put wraps on regular season

By Ivan Sanders
STAR STAFF
isanders@starhq.com

   The beautiful weather on Saturday allowed the Elizabethton Boys and Girls Club to wrap up its regular season play with tournament play beginning tonight on the boys side. A brief roundup of season-ending play is listed below.
   Girls Action
   Cubs 15
   Twins 13
   In an exciting ballgame, the Cubs wrapped up the season championship with a 9-1 record by defeating a feisty Twins team. Taylor Grindstaff, Emily Carr, Kela Baker and Camrie Warren all had an excellent game to help coach Wes Frazier's team complete a great season.
   The Twins were paced by Kela Cox, Megan Hutchins, Jessica Brumit and Courtney Potter who contributed an outstanding effort to keep the pressure on the league's top team. With the loss, the Twins finished out the season at 5-4.
   Angels 24
   Braves 14
   The Angels were heavenly in tuning up for post season play by taking the game against the tough Braves. Kelsey Mains, Lacey Reed, Christine Hardin, Julia McAmis and Molly Mains contributed a solid effort in helping the Angels achieve victory.
   Logan Campbell, Sarah DeWitt, Amanda Sheppard, Amber Plummer and Molly Crabtree pitched in to help keep the Braves in the game. The Angels completed the season with a 6-4 record while the Braves showed continued improvement to finish out at 1-9 in regular season play.
   Reds 15
   Orioles 3
   The Big Red Machine ran away with this game as they overpowered the Orioles in convincing style to take second place in the league with a 7-3 overall record. Megan Hazelwood, Hannah Blevins, Brooke Garland and Casey Jones were the workhorses that plowed the way for the Reds win.
   Laura Nave, Whitney Roberts, Katie Hodge, and Rachel Wagner paved the way for the Orioles in the tough defeat. The Orioles finished the season with a 1-8 record, showing vast improvement during the season.
   Boys Action
   Orioles 21
   Braves 9
   Summers-Taylor's Orioles wrapped up the season in second place with a 10-2 overall mark for the season on the strength of stellar play from Jordan Hinshaw, Eli Osbourne, Gavin Heaton, Weston Colbaugh and Eric Chapman.
   The Horton Sports Braves gave a fighting effort before dropping the game. Conner Campbell, Jonathan Franklin, Cameron Dugger and Joseph Matherly had a strong outing for the Braves, who finished the regular season with a 2-10 showing.
   Twins 19
   Rangers 8
   Burgie Drug's Twins wrapped up the regular season by taking the 11-run win over the All State Rangers. Josh Saults, Ian Glover, Adam Bowers and Austin Smith led the Rangers assault in trying to corral the Twins.
   Zach Norwood, Colton Oaks, Justin Reagan, Emory Buckner and Ben Goulds gave the Twins the boost needed to get past the Rangers and finish regular-season play with a 6-6 overall mark. The Rangers have grown leaps and bounds during the season to finish 1-11.
   Tigers 26
   Braves 4
   The David's Trophies Tigers kept its hopes alive for a perfect season by clawing the Horton Sports Braves in afternoon action to run their mark to 11-0. Nick Campbell, Cody Guess, Cory Walker, Cody Wilson and Christopher Johnson had a big afternoon in helping to secure the unblemished mark for the Tigers.
   Anthony Ward, Taylor Clifton, Drew Burker and Isaiah Vaughan led the Braves in trying to cage the Tigers.
   Tigers 21
   Rockies 3
   Perfection was completed as the Tigers capped off a stellar 12-0 season by walloping the Hathaway Percy Rockies. Richie Minton, Hunter Pierson, Bradley Townsend, Aaron Price, and Austin Oaks played large supporting roles in helping the Tigers cap off the unbeaten season.
   Garrett Wood, Andrew McAuley, Zach Treadway, Johnathan Keene and Ben Sweely gave an outstanding effort in trying to rope the Tigers. With the loss, the Rockies season record fell to 3-9 overall.
   Cardinals 7
   D-Backs 5
   The Sycamore Shoals Cardinals held on to take a two-run win over Baughman MFG D-Backs in the nailbiter that brought to close the season. Bryan Mullins, Joseph Smithdeal, Andrew Bowers, Jordan Banner and Michael Aubrey led the Cardinals to the win and a 7-5 overall record for the season.
   Aaron Bunton, Zack Hyder, Alex Baughman, Jesse Honeycutt and Justin Wandell kept the D-Backs within reach for most of the contest. Baughman finished out the season with a 4-8 mark.