Local little league’s Pony league
swung ahead recently with a bevy of exciting score lines.
Global Captive Management played an
outstanding all-around game and defeated Cayman Growers 16-6 in recent Pony league
action. GCM first baseman Deandra Bush was the undisputed star of this game
with a three-run homer, a triple and two catches, one leading to a double play.
GCM also benefited from excellent
defensive work from Kai Robinson, Will Roberts, Max Hydes and Pierce Serrant. The
side also benefited from outstanding pitching for the first two innings. Jack
McGregor also hit a home run for GCM.
Deloitte nipped the Conyers Cobras
4-3 in another Pony league game. Lex Dobson hit a massive line drive in the
first inning but was foiled by an amazing catch by shortstop Marcus Bertram,
who then turned the double play at first.
In the second inning, Antwon Watler
was able to field a hard-hit grounder and fire it to Ewan Wilson at first for the Cobras’ first out of the
inning. Jacob Graham from Deloitte homered in the top of the third.
In the bottom of the third, Deandra
Conolly hit a smoking double, bringing home Justin Derrick and Antwon Watler
for the Cobras’ first two runs of the game. The Cobras were able to bring in
one more run but could not catch Deloitte.
PricewaterhouseCoopers defeated Coldwell
Banker 12-6 in a great Pony league game for both teams. PwC took an early 1-0
lead in the first inning behind an RBI hit by Jeremy Walker before Coldwell
Banker answered with five runs in the bottom of the inning thanks to a Scott
First inning fielding highlights
included Coldwell Banker first baseman Brad Lansdell making a strong unassisted
out and the PwC pitcher fielding a grounder and throwing out a speedy runner at
The second inning was just as
exciting, with PwC evening the score at five and excellent fielding by Coldwell
Banker third baseman Ryan Lloyd and catcher Neildeep Ghosh. Coldwell Banker
scored another run in the bottom of the second to take a 6-5 lead.
PwC had great batting in the top of
the third inning as all but one batter managed to get on base and score.
Coldwell Banker had a lot of ground to cover to catch up again, but two plays
by PwC star Walker
shut down the inning before Coldwell Banker could score another run.
By game’s end the umpires congratulated
the players on both teams for their exceptional sportsmanship.
Grand Old House continued to display
strong offensive power by seeing enough runners cross home plate in the first
inning to guarantee a 12-3 victory over Pony league foe Esso.
Sam Speer, Dayger Martinez, D’Vonte
Joseph, McKayla Ebanks and Alex Medina each recorded two base hits in the game
for Grand Old House while Speer, Jered Holmes and Jacob Stanuel-Taitte made key
Esso must be commended for keeping
their cool and playing out the inning in a sportsman-like manner.
The Cayman Islands Little League
wishes to thank the parents and children for their commitment to regularly attend
practices and games as well as all of its sponsors for helping make all of this