Moultrie Observer

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April 4, 2012

Mite girls to begin play on Monday

MOULTRIE — The Moultrie-Colquitt County Parks and Recreation Department’s Mite girls softball league will begin play on Monday at the Jim Buck Goff Complex.

The opening night of games will feature Park Regency against Harrell Electric at 5:45 p.m. and Dairy Queen against Morris Orthodontics a 6:45 p.m.

Leigh Holston is coaching Dairy Queen. The team’s roster includes Hannah Holston, Eriyona Stokes, Katelynn Miller, Essence Reynolds, Abbi Allegood, Gracie Long, Camille Singletary, Hannah Hood, Eden Barfield, Tierre Walker, Leslie Nunez, Jenna Furney and Jayla Furney.

Coach Sheri Pinion’s M&M Diesel team includes Kelli Johnson, Olivia Chatman, Ashlyn Pope, Amalee Tucker, Camden Wiggins, Kyla Morris, Sarah Harrell, Libby Bruce, Anna Strange, Shelly Johnson, DaNashia Sanders, Mackenzie Heidelberg and Natalia Jimenez.

Jeff Tucker is coaching Park Regency. His players are Abbi Ladson, Karleigh Walden, Kelsey Mock, Karli Ellis, Aubrey Long, Hannah Welsh, Katie Tucker, Alease Twedell, Brooke Durrence, Emily Rigsby, Skye Ramsey, Ashlyn Faucett and Isabelle Lawson.

Morris Orthodontics, coached by Jody Parker, includes Josie Parker, Alaina Taylor, Jami Kling, Julia Warnock, DeAndre Putnam, Chloe Gould, Madelyn Hurst, Michaela Adderton, Lauren Bryant, Emily Simmons, Qua’Nya Smith, Callie Faircloth and ZyKeria Brown.

Harrell Auto Electric, coached by Ben Thomas, includes Abeny Thomas, Kelsey Patel, Dontayshia Wilson, Marli Wingate, Laura Jean Oliver, Jailyn Phillips, Madelyn Burley, Hannah Craven, Drew Braswell, Jade Johnson, Hannah Erskine and Tangela Haynes.

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