Girls’ softball is coming along nicely in Cayman
with t-ball on its heels at the Field of Dreams in George Town.
Burger King scored 12 runs in the first inning,
including a pair of homers, to defeat Arch Automotive 19-3 for its first girls’
softball win of the season two Saturdays.
Burger King had great pitching to match Belquis Bodden
who starred for Arch Automotive in its later innings.
Arch Automotive rallied with nine runs in the fourth
inning for a dramatic 12-9 comeback victory over WestTel in girls’ softball
action on St. Patrick’s Day. WestTel started the game very well, scoring nine
runs in the first three innings led by Amber Ebanks’ grand-slam and great
batting by Courtney Wood and Samantha Hodgson.
Chantal Banker got off to a great start at pitcher however
in the last inning it was all Arch Automotive. They fought back behind the tremendous
pitching of Belquis Bodden, solid fielding by Samantha Cridland and Monique Banker
and a huge hit from Lucille Williams-Fernandez.
In other action, Kirk Group remained unbeaten and in
first place in girls softball with a 10-6 win over Burger King on St. Patrick’s
Kirk Group and WestTel played to an exciting 13-13
tie in girls softball action last Saturday. Kirk Group stormed out to a 6-0
lead in the first, led by clutch hits from Jennifer Mosely and Kelsie McLean.
WestTel battled back with 12 runs in the bottom of the first, with Demi Bush,
Samantha Hodgson and Chantal Banker each scoring twice in the inning.
Dart took on Appleby in an exciting T-Ball game last
Saturday. Every Dart batter reached base at least once, notably Jaeden Pouchie,
Norah Hughes and Jayden Miller with Alejandro Holness hitting two home runs.
CIBC turned in another good performance against KM
Ltd. in other T-Ball action last Saturday. Rick Zuniga homered for CIBC while
Oliver Johns, Kat Williams and Johann Carter each contributed key hits. CIBC
also benefited from solid fielding pitcher Raina Myles and first baseman/outfielder
KPMG put in another exciting T-ball performance
against Yellow Pages. Brandi Conolly started KPMG’s first inning with a
fantastic outfield hit, which led to a Cassidy Amesbury line drive grand-slam. David
Harris also homered for KPMG while Sam Harding, Bradford Green, Kameron Bennett
and Kai Bacon played well.
Global Captive Management scored five runs in the
first inning and seven in the second to overpower Coldwell Banker 12-3 in Pony
League action. Jack McGregor hit two home runs, including a grand-slam in the
first, for GCM. Second baseman Lyndon Waite also went deep for his first career
homer and made a spectacular defensive play. Only one GCM player failed to