Four Farm League teams raised their records to 2-0 with victories on Thursday at the Magnolia Sports Complex.

Brady Blackburn and Thomas Propst each had three hits to lead Liberty Tax to a 16-1 victory over Rocky’s.

Will Snipes, Taylor Huffman, Landon Griffin, Nicholas Torres, Daniel Durrence and Ryder Griffin each had two hits to help give Liberty Tax its second straight win to open the season.

Also on Thursday, Ameris won its second game in a row with a 15-5 win over Southwest Georgia Bank.

Stephen McLaughlin, Joshua Burnham, Pershaun Fann, Miller Tompkins, Tanner Hamilton and Charlie Broom each had two hits for Ameris.

Yasheed Wheeler, Tarry Anderson and Austin Willis each had two hits for Southwest Georgia Bank.

Drew Watson had two hits, including an inside-the-park home run, to help lead Lazarus to a 12-2 win over Farm Bureau.

Kaleb Dell, Caleb Hannah, Kolby Morris, Daniel Haman, Hilton White and Brandon Bennett also had two hits for Lazarus.

Mason Bass, Cameron Beverly, Jake Tucker and Montana Edwards each had two for Farm Bureau.

Joseph Stokes had three hits and Cam Cook, Jar’Dae Williams, Dalton Fillyaw, Tyler Owens and Bradley Newton each had two in Paradise Pool and Patio’s 11-1 win over Zaxby’s.

Chaz Odom had two hits for Zaxby’s.

In Tiny Mites action on Thursday, Holman Supply defeated Mobley Plant 7-6 and Stripling’s won over Unihealth 12-0.

In Thursday’s Midget League schedule, Mobley Plant edged Southwest Georgia Insurance Services 3-2.

Kason Davis pitched the first five innings and Chance Caulder was the winning pitcher.

Omarian Daniels had two hits and Matthew Redding had one hit for the  Mobley Plant team.

Carter Boatwright went 3-for-3 and Gabe Horne and Tyler Meads each had one it for Southwest Georgia Insurance.

In Thursday’s other Midget League game, Southwest Georgia Bank and Ameris played and extra inning but could not break a 5-5 tie.

Owen Fleury had two hits and Nate Creech and Jaye Hampton each had one hit for the Southwest Georgia Bank team.

Tucker Pitts and Cais Cook each had two hits and Casey Vinson had one for Ameris.

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