Tigers make pee-wee final

from staff reports

   The David's Trophies Detroit Tigers pee-wee team was totally uncaged against the Cardinals on Friday, grabbing a 17-2 tournament victory at EHS.
   In the top of the first inning the Tigers took charge, scoring four times.
   More impressive, though, was the triple play they made to end the bottom of the inning. Christopher Johnson caught a fly ball and threw the ball to second base, where Nick Campbell gloved the ball and fired to Cory Walker at first.
   The second inning was also big for the Tigers, who got back-to-back home runs from Walker and Cody Wilson.
   Johnson and Bradley Townsend added their own set of homers in the fifth.
   The Tigers remained undefeated, and will play in the tournament championship Tuesday night at 7.
   David's Trophies won its tournament opener, beating the Braves 15-0 in a game played earlier in the week.
   The Tigers came out with their game faces on, and Coach Price kept his boys focused on the task at hand.
   Working like a well-oiled machine, the way they have all season, the Tigers had no one player stand out.
   The game was called after the third.