Crighton Properties scored five
runs in the third inning to take the lead for good and defeat Digicel 9-5 in
both teams’ Single-A opener last Friday.
Deandre Thomas, Jaden Downey, Mary
Grace and Justin Derrick all scored runs in the third for Crighton, who also
had first-inning homers from Mario Ebanks and Zion Coe.
Digicel tied the game 2-2 in the
first behind runs scored by Reese Hoeksma and Sean Guitard, who also tripled
and scored in the third. Ethan Hydes added an RBI double for Digicel.
Mark Chow threw two innings of
one-hit ball for his second win of the season as Island Paving remained
undefeated in Single-A with a 10-4 victory over Bodden Beverages.
Island Paving broke open a tight
game with five runs in the fourth inning behind great base-running by Zach Bodden,
Davin Gallager, Edward Thompson, Jesse Jackson and Dane Muspratt.
The defensive plays of the game
belonged to second baseman Jonah Pierre and shortstop Jathan Bodden, who showed
his range by stopping a grounder and throwing to third.
Global Captive Management took an
early lead and never looked back to defeat Deloitte 15-8 in an Opening Day Pony
Division game last Saturday. Zackary Franklin, Max Hydes, Kai Robinson and
rookie Uton Whittaker all homered for GCM, who scored seven runs in the first
inning and six in the third. Jack McGregor and Whittaker led a splendid GCM
defensive effort throughout the game.
In other Opening Day Pony League
action, Cayman Growers scored five runs in the first inning and seven in the
third for a 13-3 win over Esso. Despite being a young and inexperienced team,
Esso performed well at the plate and in the field. Its notable achievements included
a double by Shamar Gooden, strong baserunning by Calum Lindsay and superb
fielding by second baseman and shortstop “Bing” Booker.
Lauren Brown, Dayger Martinez and
Rowan McLean all had extra-base hits to lead Grand Old House over Coldwell
Banker 7-6 in a Pony League game. Every batter reached base at least once for
Grand Old House, and several GOH players displayed superb sportsmanship throughout
Shawn Lansdell and Cameron Walters
hit back-to-back homers for Coldwell Banker in the second inning and Matthew
Dube added a first-inning RBI triple. Brad Lansdell played well defensively at