Moultrie Observer

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June 25, 2012

10-and-under girls all-stars advance

MOULTRIE — The Colquitt County Lady Packers 10-and-under all-stars defeated Bainbridge 8-7 in extra innings on Monday in their opening game in the GRPA District III  tournament being held at the E.B. Hamilton Complex in Tifton.

In Cordele, the Colquitt County 8-and-under all-stars also won and will advance to play today in the District tournament in Cordele.

The victory by the 10-and-under Lady Packers sends them to a second-round game against Crisp County at 7:15 p.m. today.

Kelsey Patel, Eriyona Stokes and Kelli Johnson each scored two runs and Abeny Thomas and Amalee Tucker each scored one for Colquitt County.

The Colquitt County Storm, the other local team in the 10-and-under tournament, dropped its tournament opener 13-1 to Lee County on Monday and will play a losers bracket game at 5:30 p.m. today.

Hannah Hood tripled in Camille Singletary with the only run of the game for the Storm.

Laura Jean Oliver had two hits and Madelyn Hurst, Abby Allegood and Hannah Holston each had one hit for the Storm.

The tournament championship game is scheduled for Thursday.

In Cordele, the 8-and-under all-stars scored 14 runs in the top of fifth inning to run-rule Bainbridge 27-4.

They will play again at 7:15 tonight.

Colquitt County scored five in the first inning, added seven in the second and put up a single run in the fourth before breaking the game open in the fifth.

Kylie Davis led Colquitt County, going 4-for-4 with a grand slam and a triple. She scored four runs.

Abby Plymel also scored four runs and had a pair of triples.

Reagan Young and Kaitlynn Powers also scored four times; Maggie Parker scored three times; Gracie Paulk had a home run and scored twice; and Jade Horne and Emily Allegood also scored twice.


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