Valdosta Daily Times

March 23, 2013

Local sports roundup

The Valdosta Daily Times


Cook routs Pelham, 12-2

ADEL — The Cook Hornets baseball team racked up 11 hits and routed the Pelham Hornets 12-2 Friday night.

Cook scored seven runs in the first inning, added three more in the second and another in the third and fifth innings.

Blake Daughtrey was 2-for-2 with two runs batted in and two runs scored, while Ross Pickle was 2-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored.

Of Cook’s 11 runs, nine different Hornets scored on the night, including Parker Betts, who, along with Daughtrey, scored two runs on the night.

On the hill, Blake Cowart earned the win for Cook, which improved to 8-3 overall.


Clinch edges Turner, 6-5

HOMERVILLE — The Clinch County Panthers improved to 9-1 overall Friday night, beating the Turner County Rebels 6-5.

At the plate for the Panthers, Bill Hendricks was 3-for-4 with two runs batted in and three runs scored. Ryan Oliver and Sam Henderson each drove in a pair of runs on the night. On the hill for Clinch County, Trevor Ellis and Hendricks combined for 11 strikeouts on the night.

Berrien hammers Early County

NASHVILLE — The Berrien Rebels only needed five innings to rout Early County 10-0 on Friday.

Dalton McMillan pitched four innings and struck out five batters, allowing two hits in the process.

At the plate, Dalton Ingram pounded out a double and a single, driving in two runs on the night. Hunter Garrett and McMillan also drove in a pair of runs on the night.

Devonte Bass was 2-for-3, with a double and a single.

The Rebels face Worth County Monday night at 6 p.m.

Pine Grove Middle outlasts Coffee

VALDOSTA — The Pine Grove Middle School baseball team outlasted Coffee Middle 12-9 Thursday night.

Dylan Alexander pitched all 7 seven innings for the Vikings, striking out 10 batters in the win. Pine Grove scored one run in the first inning, three more in the third and seven runs in the fifth inning to secure the victory. Alexander lead the way with three hits, while Chase Belue, Robbie Swindle, Taylor Stanford, Jeremiah Lawrence, and Tyson Shaw all had hits.