Moultrie Observer

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April 10, 2012

Moultrie Healthcare, Adams and Adams win openers

MOULTRIE — Moultrie Healthcare and Adams and Adams won their Moultrie-Colquitt County Parks and Recreation Department Junior League softball openers on Monday at the Jim Buck Goff Recreation Complex.

Moultrie Healthcare defeated Fuller’s 10-2 with Jordan Payne and Imani Hall each scoring two runs.

Adams and Adams won over Bull Durham Insurance 9-4. Bailey Carter scored three runs and Orion Wilson scored two for Adams and Adams.

Harrell Electric won its Mite League opener 16-1 over Park Regency. Abeny Thomas, Kelsey Patel, Laura Jean Oliver, Dontayshia Wilson, Hannah Craven and Jade Johnson each scored twice for Harrell.

Alaina Taylor, Jami Kling and Julia Warnock each scored three runs to lead Morris Orthodontics to a 17-6 victory over Dairy Queen. Chloe Gould, ZyKeria Brown and Josie Parker each scored twice for Morris.

In Tiny Mites openers, Little Debbie won over Wonderland 11-3.

Kalise Richrdson, Reagan Young, Kylie Davis and Jennifer Mauricio each scored two runs for Little Debbie.

Gracie Paulk, Emily Allegood, Katelynn Powers and Jaycee Wetherington each scored two runs in Rocky’s 12-0 vicory over Little Caesar’s Pizza.

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