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The Perry County Little League season continued this past week, at Perry County Park. In the first game, the Cubs overcame the Dodgers by a final score of 17-8.


The Dodgers controlled the early innings of the game, taking the 2-1 lead after the first inning, and a 6-2 advantage after two. The Cubs started their comeback in the third inning (4-7), and completed it in the fourth inning as they took their first lead (8-7).


The Cubs would more than double their total in the final two frame, while the Dodgers could only tack on a single run. The Cubs went on to win the game by the final tally of 17-8.


Cubs (17) P. Estep 1 hit and 3 runs, D. Kersey 4 runs, D. Bryant 3 hits and 2 run, D. Chaney 1 hit and 3 runs, B. Gambill 2 runs, A. Ford 1 hit and 1 run, B. Howard 2 runs, and C. Neace 2 hits.


Dodgers (8) D. Fields 1 hit and 1 run, W. Hensley 2 hits and 2 runs, J. Frazier 1 hit and 1 run, J. Johnson 1 hit and 1 run (HR), P. Mullins 2 hits and 1 run, M. Johnson 1 hit, B. Amburgey 1 run, D. Bowling 1 hit and 1 run and R. Davidson 2 hits.


Yankees 12 Dodgers 9


The Yankees got off to a slow start, and by the end of the second inning they trailed the Dodgers 6-2. By the end of the fourth inning, the Dodger lead was 7-2.


However, a pair of strong innings led the Yankees to the 7-7 tie, and then the 12-9 win.


Yankees (12) W. Pelphrey 2 hits and 3 runs, R. Fletcher 2 runs, C. Stacy 3 hits and 3 runs (HR), A. Combs 1 run, M. Grigsby 1 hit and 1 run, G. Clutts 1 run, and H. Pelphrey 1 run.


Dodgers (9) D. Fields 2 runs, W. Hensley 2 runs, J. Frazier 2 runs, J. Johnson 1 hit, M. Johnson 1 hit and 1 run, B. Amburgey 1 run and N. Sommerset 1 hit and 1 run.


Angels 14 Cubs 6


The Angels jumped out to an early lead on the Cubs, and continued to tack runs on their tally throughout the game. The Cubs made a mid-game rally and pulled to within one run at 6-7.


In the fifth inning, the Angels put the game away. They were able to pull away for the 14-6 win.


Angels (14) B. Cottongame 1 hit and 2 runs, A. Combs 1 hit and 2 runs, B. Parks 1 hit and 2 runs, D. Johnson 1 hit and 2 runs (HR), D. Cornett 1 hit and 2 runs, D. Alexander 1 run, C. Skiles 1 hit and 1 run (HR), G. Noe 1 hit, T. Massey 1 hit, J. Blank 1 hit and 1 run, I. Stupart 1 run and H. Pigman 1 hit and 1 run.


Cubs (6) P. Estep 2 runs, D. Kersey 1 hit and 2 runs, D. Bryant 1 hit and 1 run, M. McAlarnis 2 hits, and M. Johnson 1 run.


Padres 15 Cubs 13


The Cubs built an early lead, holding the 5-2 advantage after two innings of play. A six run fourth inning put the Padres on top 8-6, and they never relinquished the lead.


The Cubs put up a fight, and forced an extra frame, but the Padres were not to be denied as they went on to win by the final score of 15-13.


Padres (15) D. Goins 1 hit and 2 runs, D. Fugate 2 hits and 1 run, A. Baker 1 hit and 2 runs, N. Combs 2 hits and 2 runs, L. Thomas 1 hit and 1 run, C. Davis 1 hit and 3 runs, D. Curry 3 hits and 1 run, C. Saylor 1 run and Z. Deaton 2 runs.


Cubs (13) P. Estep 1 hit and 2 runs, D. Kersey 1 hit and 3 runs, D. Bryant 2 hits and 4 runs, D. Chaney 1 hit and 2 runs, A. Ford 3 hits and 3 runs, B. Howard 1 run and J. Napier 1 run.


Angels 14 Yankees 7


Neither team scored in the early innings, with the Yankees taking the 3-0 lead in the third inning. The Angels rebounded with four runs in the fourth inning, giving them the 4-3 advantage.


The Angels would extend their lead to 14-4 in the top half of the final inning. The Yankees would rally in the bottom of the frame, but it would stop short at three runs. The Angels would take the 14-7 lead.


Angels (14) B. Cottongame 2 hits and 2 runs, B. Parks 2 hits and 2 runs, I. Stupart 1 run, D. Alexander 1 hit and 1run, T. Massey 1 run, A. Combs 1 hit and 1 run, J. Blank 3 hits and 2 runs, C. Caudill 1 run and H. Pigman 1 hit and 3 runs.


Yankees (7) W. Pelphrey 2 hits and 1 run, C. Stacy 1 hit and 1 run (HR), A. Combs 3 hits and 2 runs, M. Grigsby 1 run, T. Spurlock 1 run, G. Miller 1 hit and H. Pelphrey 1 run.


Dodgers 15 Nationals 5


Both teams plated a pair of runs in the first inning. The Dodgers jumped into the lead in the second inning with four runs (6-2), but gave half of it back in the following inning (6-4).


The Dodgers inched ahead 8-4 in the fourth inning, and put the game away with seven runs in the fifth inning. The Dodgers went on to win the game by the final count of 15-5.


Dodgers (15) D. Fields 2 hits and 4 runs, W. Hensley 2 runs, J. Frazier 1 hit and 1 run, J. Johnson 1 hit and 2 runs (HR), P. Mullins 2 hits and 1 run, B. Amburgey 1 run and 1 hit, M. Johnson 1 hit and 1 run, J. Bailey 1 run and R. Davidson 1 hit and 2 runs.


Nationals (5) M. Steele 1 hita nd 2 runs, N. Whitaker 1 hit and 1 run, H. York 1 run and H. Blair 1 run.


Padres 12 Nationals 2


The Padres led the game from the opening frame, taking the 4-1 lead in the first inning, and went up 7-2 by the end of the second. The Nationals went cold at that point, while the Padres continued to stay hot.


The Padres were up 11-2 in the fourth inning, and got the run necessary to stop the game in the fifth inning. The Padres went on to win the game by the final of 12-2.


Padres (12) D. Fugate 1 hit and 1 run, D. Goins 1 run, A. Baker 2 hits and 2 runs, J. Combs 2 hits and 2 runs, N. Combs 2 hits and 2 runs, M. Williams 2 hits and 1 run, L. Thomas 1 hit, D. Curry 1 hit and 1 run. Z. Deaton 1 run.


Nationals (2) K. Hillman 1 hit and 1 run, T. Campbell 2 hits, N. Whitaker 1 hit and 1 run and M. Collins 1 hit.


Yankees 6 Dodgers 2


The Yankees would get all the runs they would need to win the game in the first inning as they took the 4-0 lead. By the end of the third period, the Yankees were up 6-0.


The Dodgers scored single runs in each the fourth and sixth innings. The Yankees were able to hold on for the 6-2 win.


Yankees (6) A. Combs 1 hit and 1 run, W. Pelphrey 1 run, C. Stacy 2 hits and 1 run, R. Fletcher 2 hits and 2 runs (HR), M. Grigsby 1 hit, T. Spurlock 1 run and G. Miller 2 hits.


Dodgers (2) W. Hensley 1 run, J. Frazier 1 hit, and J. Johnson 3 hits and 1 run (HR).


Angles 25 Nationals 6


The Nationals would take the 4-3 lead after the first inning of play. However, it would be short-lived as the Angels came back with five runs in the second inning (8-4).


The Angels would go up 11-4 in the third inning, and would be up 11-6 after four. The fifth inning would bring the game to a halt as they plated 14 runs, giving them the 25-6 win.


Angels (25) B. Cottongame 5 hits (2 HR) and 5 runs, B. Parks 2 hits (2 HR) and 3 runs, I. Stupart 1 hit and 4 runs, T. Massey 2 hits and 2 runs, D. Alexander 1 hit (HR) and 2 runs, H. Pigman 1 hit and 1 run, C. Skiles 1 hit (HR) and 1 run, J. Blank 2 runs and G. Caudill 1 run.


Nationals (6) K. Hillman 1 hit and 1 run, J. Napier 1 run, J. Campbell 1 hit and 1 run, M. Collins 1 hit (HR) and 1 run, H. York 1 run and Nathaniel 1 run.


Cubs 17 Dodgers 8


The Dodgers controlled the early innings of the game, taking the 2-1 lead after the first inning, and a 6-2 advantage after two. The Cubs started their comeback in the third inning (4-7), and completed it in the fourth inning as they took their first lead (8-7).


The Cubs would more than double their total in the final two frame, while the Dodgers could only tack on a single run. The Cubs went on to win the game by the final tally of 17-8.


Cubs (17) P. Estep 1 hit and 3 runs, D. Kersey 4 runs, D. Bryant 3 hits and 2 run, D. Chaney 1 hit and 3 runs, B. Gambill 2 runs, A. Ford 1 hit and 1 run, B. Howard 2 runs, and C. Neace 2 hits.


Dodgers (8) D. Fields 1 hit and 1 run, W. Hensley 2 hits and 2 runs, J. Frazier 1 hit and 1 run, J. Johnson 1 hit and 1 run (HR), P. Mullins 2 hits and 1 run, M. Johnson 1 hit, B. Amburgey 1 run, D. Bowling 1 hit and 1 run and R. Davidson 2 hits.


Yankees 5 Padres 3


The Padres took the early 1-0 lead, but allowed the Yankees to tie the score in the second inning. The Yankees would then take the 2-1 lead in the third inning.


The Padres would recover in the fourth inning, tying the score at two. The Yankees would take the lead for good in the bottom of the frame, and went on to win the game 5-3.


Yankees (5) A. Combs 1 run, W. Pelphrey 2 hits and 1 run, R. Fletcher 2 hits, M. Grigsby 1 run, T. Spurlock 1 hit, A. Stollings 1 hit and 1 run, and T Turner 1 hit.


Nationals 27 Cubs 17


Both teams started out strong, scoring 12 runs in the first inning. Things cooled off considerably in the second inning, with the Nationals posting the 17-14 lead.


Down the stretch, the Nationals would hold the advantage. The Nationals ended the game early with seven runs in the fourth inning, giving them the 27-17 win.


Nationals (27) K. Hillman 2 hits and 3 runs, J. Napier 1 hit and 4 runs, T. Campbell 2 hits and 5 runs, M. Collins 2 hits and 5 runs (HR), M. Steele 3 runs, N. Whitaker 1 run, D. Browning 2 runs, M . Goins 1 run, E. Neace 2 runs and K. Neace 1 run.


Cubs (17) P. Estep 1 hit and 3 runs, D. Kersey 3 hits and 4 runs, D. Bryant 1 hit and 3 runs, D. Chaney 1 hit and 2 runs, B. Gambill 2 hits and 2 runs, A. Ford 1 hit and 1 run, C. Neace 1 run, B. Gayheart 1 run.


Angels 8 Padres 3


The Angels opened the game strong, and never looked back. By the end of the second inning the Angels held the 5-1 advantage.


The two teams traded runs in the fourth inning, leaving the Angels with the 7-3 lead. The Angels ended the game with the 8-3 victory.


Angels (8) B. Cottongame 3 hits (HR) and 4 runs, B. Parks 2 hits and 2 runs, I. Stupart 1 hit and 2 runs, D. Alexander 3 hits, C. Skiles 1 hit and T. Massey 1 hit.


Padres (3) A. Baker 1 hit and 1 run, and J. Combs 1 hit and 2 runs.


Bandits 34 Thunder 10


The Bandits had a tremendous day at the plate as they led from the opening pitch. At the end of the first inning, the Bandits held the 5-1 lead. The Thunder made a game of it in the second, and tightened the score to 10-9 in favor of the Bandits. However, the Thunder would then go cold.


The Bandits then began rolling up the runs. By the end of the game, the Bandits had secured a 34-10 win.


Bandits (34) B. Noble 1 hit and 3 runs, E. Gambill 3 runs, L. Eldridge 5 runs, A. Miller 4 hits and 5 runs, S. Ritchie 4 runs, E. Eversole 2 hits and 5 runs, H. Adams 2 hits and 4 runs, S Mullins 2 hits and 2 runs, and J. Noble 1 hit and 3 runs.


Thunder (10) A. Hurt 2 runs, B. Pollard 1 hit and 1 run, L. Dunnigan 1 run, C. Davisson 1 hit and 1 run. A. Mercer 1 hit and 2 runs, A. Creech 2 runs, L. Caudill 1 run and A. Combs 1 run.


Heat 9 Riptide 8


The Heat started strong, and held the lead until the midway point. The Riptide took the 4-2 lead in the fourth inning, but allowed the Heat to tie the game in the fifth inning (5-all).


The Riptide went up 8-5 early in the sixth inning, but could not hold off a rally by the Heat in the bottom of the frame. The Heat went on to win the game by the final count of 9-8.


Heat (9) K. Dunnigan 1 run, E. Skiles 1 run, A. Muha 1 run, E. Blair 2 runs, J. Wallace 1 run and H. Bowling 1 run.


Riptide (8) J. Nelson 1 run, B. Bowling 1 run, T. Brewer 2 runs, B. Cody 1 run, J. Robinson 1 run and M. Smith 2 runs.



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