Beverage stall Digicel

Bodden Beverage is looking good
these days in Single-A baseball. It beat Digicel by a score of 6-4 on Friday 30

Digicel pitcher Sean Guitard held
Bodden Beverage scoreless in the first two innings, but Digicel defense broke
down in the third inning allowing five Bodden Beverage batters to rack up runs.
Beverage scored its final run in the fourth.

Digicel’s offence was highlighted
by two base hits and two runs for Reese Hoeksema, one hit and one run for Ethan
Hydes and a run scored by Matthew Westin.

With only eight players on the field,
Island Paving scored 15 runs on nine hits and six walks as they tied Remax
15-15 last weekend. Standout performances came from Zachary Bodden, who went 3-for-3
at the plate with an RBI and Mark Chow, who hit an inside-the-park grand-slam
and a three-run triple.

Jonah Pierre and Julian Menko had two
base hits each in three plate appearances and Dane Muspratt had his first extra-base
hit of the season with a well-hit three-run double.

Island Paving second baseman Davin
Gallagher showed agility and good form in the infield.

Crighton Properties scored eight
runs in the first two innings and cruised to a 13-4 win over Butterfield in
another Single-A game.

All of Butterfield’s runs were
scored in the second inning. Javier Ardila and Lilliana Evans both walked and
stole two bases, followed by Matthew Whorms and Djmon Watler’s RBI singles.
Corey Mellaneo hit a big two-run homer way out to center field.

Pitcher Jevon Forbes struck two
batters out and second baseman Ardila fielded a hit with a toss to Mellaneo to
get a crucial out at first. All three outs in the third inning were at the
plate with Forbes pitching and Sean Trotter donning the catcher’s gear for the
first time.