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April 7, 2010

Recreation softball to open on Monday

MOULTRIE — MOULTRIE — The Moultrie-Colquitt County Parks and Recreation Department’s girls softball and T-ball leagues will open next week.

The Midget girls league will have three teams and will begin play on Tuesday with Moultrie Sign Co. meeting Bull Durham Insurance.

Moultrie Sign Co., coached by Shannon Sangster, includes Angelica Sangster, Morgan Boyd, Chazmyn Singletary, Bailey Faison, Katie Morey, Jane Lollar, Emily Cox, Zandy Steptoe, Madison Casteel, Adrianne Carter, Elizabeth Horne, Nicki Strickland and Morgan Baker.

The Ted Schwarz-coached Bull Durham Insurance team includes Rebekah Ward, Orion Wilson, Amber Kling, Sam Schwarz, Hannah Hollandsworth, Nikki Anderson, Anna Copeland, Gabrielle Cannon, Amy Zeigler, Waltejha Jackson, Summer Barker, Haley Williams and Arion Poley.

Wonderland, coached by Heather Pate, includes Hannah Kirk, Autumn Taylor, Heidi Bynum, Abbie Weeks, Savannah Boozer, Kellie Gay, Lindsay Oxley, Rebecca Kidd, Jessica Davis, Elizabeth Meyer, Alyisa Phillips, Ariel Phillips and Brooke McClelland.

The Mite League has five teams and will begin play on Monday with two games.

Playing for Fuller’s, which is coached by Leigh Norman, will be Emily McCracken, Mary Logan Tostenson, Payton Moore, Peyton Alderman, Shanna Sangster, Karalee Holton, Savanna Williams, Hailey King, Jaelyn Snipes, Nikki Edge, Kaylin Niezek and Samantha Crawford.

Dusty Dalton’s VFW team includes Gracie Newsome, Gracie Frazier, Morgan Fedd, Sydnee Dalton, Faith Hall, Cheyenne Grimm, Alli Spence, Shelby Tidwell, Tia Beth Wilson, Ashleigh Spradley, Harlie Phillips, Elizabeth Funderburk and Amber Murphy.

Sutton Systems, coached by Artie Perry, includes Dalynn Dell, Mary Grace Harbin, McKenzie Simmons, Cassie Bentley, Laura Beck, Brittany Perry, Shyneshia Wynn, Josie Moore, Savannah Dauphin, Julie DeMott, Danielle Graham, Isabella Najar and Meredith Robbins.

Ted Schwarz is coaching Rocky’s. His players include McKenlee Coleman, Emily Dozier, Tristan Arrington, Jennifer Hayden, Nykeia Wallace, Logan Redmond, Emma Kate Whatley, Kaleah Anderson, Bailey Howard, Isabella Underwood, Shyeve McCloud, Javan Aldridge and Kayla Sanchez.

Dr. B’s Hot Shots, coached by Chris Lanier, include Allison Young, Shyderia Seay, Suzanne Taylor, Abriana Stancil, Taylor Knight, Zykeria Stokes, Alexis Griner, Abby Fambro, Brooke Evans, Savannah Dukes, Alex Lanier, Brittany Bridges and Julia Beverly.

The Tiny Mite league also has five teams.

CNS, coached by Richawn Scott, includes Taylor Scott, Julia Warnock, Eriyona Stokes, Olivia Hemingway, Camille Singletary, Aubrey McDaniel, Lauren Bryant, Isabella Lawson, Adrianne Beverly, Kyla Morris, Amalee Tucker and Brionnah Martin.

Jody Parker’s Children’s Medical Group team is made up of Kelli Johnson, Jami Kling, Josie Parker, Alaina Taylor, Meredith Kirbo, Maggie Parker, Isabella Barfield, Anna Grace Tillery, Jadan Harrell, Zihikerria Brown, DeAndria Putnam and Kalyn Humphries.

Little Debbie’s, coached by James Horne, includes Katelyn Miller, Hannah Welsh, Dontaysha Wilson, Sarah Harrell, Jade Horne, Hannah Ashley, Cady Suber, Reagan Young, Jenna Furney, Jaylyn Furney, Olivia Chatman and Kelsey Patel.

Harlie Grimm’s Arby’s team includes Laura Oliver, Morgan Shaffer, Kamree Howard, Hannah Hood, Abeny Thomas, Camden Wiggins, Abbi Ladson, Journey Beasley, Hannah Holston, Karley Walden, Shelley Johnson and Taylor James.

Glass Hardward, coached by Austin Scott, includes Jailyn Phillips, Kelsey Mock, Abby Glass, Mary Kelly, Essence Reynolds, Abigail Williams, Victoria Parsons, Madelyn Burley, Shaniya Martin, Ashlyn Pope and Aaliyah Wynn.


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