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April 10, 2012

Gay's homers lead SGB to victory

MOULTRIE — Seth Gay clouted two home runs to lead Southwest Georgia Bank to a 14-3 Midget League victory over Hutchinson-Traylor on Monday at the Magnolia Sports Complex.

Dylan Collins went 3-for-3, Max Figueroa had two hits and Daniel Reed added a single.

Figueroa was the winning pitcher for SGB, now 2-1.

Jared Horne, Raines Plant, Tanner Wilson and Cory Newsome each had base hits for Hutchinson-Traylor, now 1-1.

Davis Insurance rode a five-run third inning to a 7-5 victory over Southwest Georgia Insurance in Monday’s other Midget League game.

Carson Asbell was the winning pitcher  and also had a base hit. Tucker Buckner and Keontre Stubbs also had hits for Davis Insurance, now 2-1.

Henry Daniels, Reese Bledsoe, Reid Pipkin, Carson Johnston and Alex Bledsoe each had base hits for Southwest Georgia Insurance, now 1-1.

In Farm League action on Monday, Zaxby’s scored seen runs in the fourth inning to go up 15-10, then held on for an 18-16 victory.

Logan Bratcher, Levi Stanfill and Omarian Daniels each had three hits and Jacob Boyd, Mack Suber, Zachary O’Kelley, Jacob Harris, Dylan Taylor and Garrett  Morris each had two for Zaxby’s, now 1-2.

John Melvin Herndon had four; Noah Mercer and Clinton Folsom each had three; and Alex Rosalas, Owen Fleury, Jackson Avera, Garrett Griner, Vander Hampton and Jaye Hampton each had two for Southwest Georgia Bank, which dropped its first game of the season to fall to 2-1.

In Monday’s other Farm League game, Logan Livingston had two hits to lead Davis Insurance to a 7-2 victory overRocky’s.

With the victory, Davis Insurance moves to 2-1 on the season.

Logan Vereen went 3-for-3 and Dawson Branch and Jamad Willis each had two hits for Rocky’s.

In Tiny Mites action on Monday, Southwest Georgia Bank defeated Stone’s 10-5 and Mobley Plant won over Uni Health Magnolia Manor South.

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