MOULTRIE — Lazarus defeated McAlpin Signs 12-3 on Monday to remain undefeated in the Moultrie-Colquitt County Parks and Recreation Department’s baseball Farm League.

Dontae Barfield and Jacob Flinchum each had three hits and Eric Gould, Mack Hathcock, Austin Lasseter and Steven Lloyd each had two for Lazarus, now 5-0 and the only unbeaten Farm League team.

Ross Goforth and Eli Stripling each had three hits and Ryan Clifton and John Baker each had two for McAlpin Signs, now 2-3.

In Monday’s other Farm League game, Southwest Georgia Bank got two hits each from Ben Shiflett, Cason Wells, Daniel Mobley and Colby Reneker to defeat Custom Cabinets 4-2.

Southwest Georgia Bank is 4-1.

Custom Cabinets, now 3-2, got two hits from Ryan Chatman and William Bell.

In Tiny Mites action on Monday, Rocky’s defeated Larry’s Bait and Tackle 10-9 and Southwest Georgia Bank won over Mprints 6-3.

In Monday’s Midget League action, Matthew Creech had three hits and was the winning pitcher as Southwest Georgia Insurance defeated Market Barbecue 10-2.

Vann Pitts, Tyler Yost and Tyrone Walker each had two hits for Southwest Georgia Insurance, which raised its record to 4-0.

Andrew Eunice had two hits for Market Barbecue, now 2-2.

Quality Employment got its first Midget League win of the season on Monday, edging Ameris 3-2.

Zack Saunders was the winning pitcher and Benjamin Collins had two hits for Quality Employment, now 1-4.

Matthew Deal had three hits and Tyler Clay and Matthew Gerald each had two for Ameris, 0-4.

On Monday in the Pony League, Ameris evened its record with a 7-2 victory over Quality Employment.

Jacob Tompkins was the winning pitcher and had two hits. Tyler Dismuke and Michael Amore also had two hits for Americs, now 2-2.

Mark Lindsey had two hits for Quality Employment, now 1-3.

Clements raised its Pony League record to 3-1 with a 13-5 victory over Southwest Georgia Bank on Monday.

Shelton Lott was the winning pitcher and Daylon Connell led the Clements offense with three hits, including a home run.

Parker Johnson and Stephen Moore each had two hits.

Travis Baker had two hits for Southwest Georgia Bank, which falls to 0-4.

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