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Archives 07-02-2003

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Girls 16-under tournament held
K&J holds lead in Men's Softball
LRH season champs in Cal Ripken 9-10

Girls 16-under tournament held

Lyndon Johnson/OCN staff

Champions of the recent Overton County Girls 16-Under Softball League Tournament are the Civitan Cougars. Team members are, front row from left, Whittney Sells, Lorianne Carr, Chrissy Guffey, Whitney Walker, Alicia Melton, second row from left, Betsy Carr, Trista Nelson, Julie Young, Kirstie Dillon, Kayla Thomas, Amanda Hammock, Jessica McDonald, back row from left, coaches Rick McDonald, Barbara Garrett, Wayne Dillon, and Craig Cantrell. Not pictured are Emily Norrod, Tiffany Breeding, and Karen Green.

Lyndon Johnson/OCN staff

Runner-up in the recent Overton County Girls 16-Under Softball League Tournament is First National Bank. Team members are, front row from left, Tiffany Carico, Kayla Masters, Stasha Babb, Ashley Rush, Kaysha Walker, Rebecca Gore, second row from left, Andrea Borden, Rachel Barlow, Ashley Mitchell, Lisa Reeder, Katie Vaughn, Brandi Crawford, back row from left, coaches Steve Vaughn, Chuck Babb, and Michael Masters. Not pictured are Brittany Poston, Casey Buck, and Nakia Cantrell.

Lyndon Johnson/OCN staff

Livingston Regional Hospital placed third in the recent Overton County Girls 16-Under Softball League Tournament. Team members are, from left, coach Randy Wilson, Kaylie Wilson, Hannah Clark, Casey Emerton, Ricole Winningham, Cassie White, Jessica Lee, Jessica Garrett, Blair Hill, and coach Billy White. Not pictured are Emily Amonett, Paige Qualls, Coty Hunter, Samantha Head, Tiffany Livingston, Savannah Copeland, and Brigette Ledbetter.

 

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K&J holds lead in Men's Softball

K&J holds lead in Men's Softball K&J Inc. held onto the first place spot in Overton County Men's Softball League with a perfect 9-0 record after games played last week.

Game scores for last week are as follows:

Wednesday, June 25
T.K.M. Construction 7, Livingston Jaycees 0 (forfeit)

Miller Lite 21, Berkline 5
Miller Lite Barry Webb 4 for 4 with 2 home runs, David Ledbetter 3 for 3, Brad Carr 3 for 3, and Jeff Kennedy 3 for 3. Berkline Bruce Gore 2 for 2.

Anderson Express Market 23, Pug's Tanks 7
Anderson Express Market Steve Arms 4 for 4 with 2 home runs, Rat Westmoreland 4 for 4 with 2 home runs, Joey Eads 4 for 4, Kelly Spivey 3 for 4 with a home run, Johnny Painter 3 for 4, and Larry Watson 3 for 4. Pug's Tanks Josh Parsons 3 for 3, Keith Parker 2 for 2, and Mark Lee 2 for 2.

Miller Lite 18, Livingston Label 3
Miller Lite Jeremy McDonald 3 for 3 with a home run, Todd Radford 3 for 3, and Chris Farmer hit a home run. Livingston Label Joe Copeland 1 for 2, Brandon Mullins 1 for 2, Wayne Sells 1 for 2, Cecil Myers 1 for 2, Michael Mullins 1 for 2, and Gene Vaughn 1 for 2.

Thursday, June 26
K&J Inc. 16, Miller Lite 4
K&J Inc. Billy Witt 3 for 3 with 2 home runs, Greg Bibb 4 for 4 with a home run, and Jerran Allen 3 for 4 with a home run. Miller Lite Chris Farmer 2 for 2, Barry Webb 2 for 3, and Jade McDonald 2 for 3.

Huckeby Construction 19, Livingston Jaycees 2
Huckeby Construction Tracy Welch 4 for 4 with a home run, Greg Parsons 3 for 4 with a home run, Andy Parsons 3 for 4, and Waylon Ledbetter 3 for 4. Livingston Jaycees Derrick Boles 2 for 2.

Pug's Tanks 16, Berkline 6
Pug's Tanks Ethan King 3 for 3, Josh Parsons 3 for 4, Matt Jolley 2 for 3 with a home run, John Brooks 2 for 3, Keith Parker 2 for 3, and Mark Lee 2 for 3.

Berkline Scott Dishman 2 for 2, and Donnie Hall 2 for 3.

Medlin Motor Sports 27, Byrdstown Dairy Queen 16 Medlin Motor Sports Jeff Hammock 5 for 5, Steve Mosley 4 for 5, Phil Hastings 4 for 5, and David Jackson 4 for 5.

Byrdstown Dairy Queen Bobby McDougal 3 for 4 with 2 home runs, Chris Pryor 2 for 2, Bo Winningham 2 for 3, Lonnie Reeder 2 for 3, and Chuck Cooper 2 for 3.

Home Run Leaders
Ladell Medley, Huckeby 9
Matt Jolley, Pug's Tanks 9
Chris Story, K&J 6
James Parsons, Pug's Tanks 6
Derrick Boles, Jaycees 6
Larry Watson, Anderson 6
Bobby McDougal, Byrd. DQ 6
Greg Parsons, Huckeby 5
Gary Watson, Anderson 5
Andy Parsons, Huckeby 5
Steve Thompson, Pug's 5
Steve Arms, Anderson 5

Men's League Standings W L
K & J Inc. 9 0
Pug's Tanks 8 1
Anderson Exp. Mkt. 8 1
T.K.M. Construction 6 3
Huckeby Construction 5 4
Medlin Motor Sports 5 4
Miller Lite 4 6
Byrdstown Dairy Queen 2 7
Berkline 2 8
Jaycees 1 8
Livingston Label 1 9

 

LRH season champs in Cal Ripken 9-10

Lyndon Johnson/OCN staff

Livingston Family Dentistry's Zach Morris steps off third base as Livingston Regional Hospital third baseman Cody Blakelee stays near in the final game of the 9-10 season.

 

In the final game of the 9-10 year-old Cal Ripken 2003 season, Livingston Regional Hospital defeated Livingston Family Dentistry to finish as season champions.

LRH was led by the pitching of Colby Reeder.

Cal Ripken 9-10
League Final Standings W L T
LRH 11 4 1
Family Dentistry 9 5 2
First National Bank 8 7
American Bank & Trust 4 8 2
UC Sports 3 11 1

 

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