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This week&apos;s Little Farm leaders By DUANE E. HARRIS Sports Editor p'-Ongratulations to Coach Keith eDilc of the Hutches Construction for going undefeated last week! es came from a winless premier and now shares second place with '_' holding a 2-2 record behmd uapl: L a 3-1 record. Mayor Gideon t0Ped second to place from last due losses 101ss s by COPE and Ishee's. r0r le week that ended Friday, June , Overall the league listed five home '-s, I ,e triples and I I doubles! h Hni ling an outstanding week listing It_ e runs were Shawn Chance, a=-e' Bry Layrisson, Ishee's; Josh Hutches; Doug Stroud, COPE al Derik Gill, COPE. COPE; Morley Graves. Gideon: Kirt Winger: Gideon; Terry Morris. Hutches and Jeremy Babin, Hutches Rapping out the week's doubles were Chris Ritter, lshee's: Shawn Chance. Ishee's; Terry Morris, Hutches: Jeremy Babin, Hutches: Stephen ,.Jackson COPE: Kenny Jett. COPE: Derik Gill COPE; Artie Thompson. Gideon: Morley Graves, Gideon. Lane',l Catmes. Gideon and Jarred Hill. Gideon Leading the league in runs this week with four were Chris Ritter. Ishee's: Brett Sheridan. Hutches: Kenny Jett and Derik Gill, both of COPE Others listing outstanding strategies placing second were Antoine V:,cknair. Ishee's: Mike Mayeaux. Hutches: Stephen Jackson and Kevin Raiford. both of COPE. Following in third for the v, eek were listing triples were Darren Short. Jeremy Babin. Rebecca Alexander and sa  triumph clinched by Chance 'wn Chance added h!s third sea- Vining led with two Cracking off the , home run for Ishee s Tuesday, hits were Chris Rirter's double, Antoine ,=.e 25 when Ishee's upset Mayor Vicknair, Shawn Chance. Brendan ,eon 7-6. , McMahon, Courtney Widmeir. =_l'ee'sdid most of their scoring in me Mathew Cox. Chris Gregoire. Melissa ', frame in which Chris Ritter, An- Gill, Bud Robertson. Johnathan Vicknair, Bryce Vining, Shawn Bruning, Sal Yenni. Justin Sutton and "nce and Brendan McMahon Stephen Foster. ,t.uted the runs giving Ishee s a four Jarred Hill led Gideon's pack of 'Unlead. . scorers with two runs while Slate }4ayor Gideon retaliated in the sec- Cummings. Kirt Winget. Katie Allen inning scoring four runs but were and Morley Graves each attributed lmalched in the third, frame when one. Layrisson gave lshee s the lead for Slate, Trey Lotion and Tom Gauth- "remainder of the game. reaux led Gideon in hits with two as irlshee's. Shawn Chance led with a Wesley Daniels. Jason Hendricks, Kirt Bl""e run while Chris, Antoine, Bryce, Winget, Jamie Sanford. Jarred Hill, dan, Mathew and Bry added a run Chris Muscarello, Katie Allen and Kyle Kinchen rapped out a single each. In hits, Bry Lavrisson and Bryce I f lta ches httters overcome COPE I :rUtches Construction has done what I b Other Little Farm team has been able : thus far in the season; defeat e decisive game which caused } hcontroversy was won by Hutches 'T, ;day, June 25. } "I"I" Is rally played hard and they } .V.e it their best effort," commented ltle Farm's official scorekeeper, i edel Wolfe. r,L'l'hat they did. Both Hutches and PE challenged both the clock and " SCorebooks. nd doubles -& [ Gill home run a '!llled out by Stephen Jackson and n! deft were the offensive fireworks to CaPE's ending composite of ns taken on eight hits. anwhile at the plate for Hutches, Morris cracked off the winning run who was followed by Terry Orris with a triple and Jeremy ard's double. Overall, the l']tPions listed seven runs taken on l:Ying superb ball for Hutches were Brett Sheridan who led the team in runs with two: Mike Mayeaux who shared the lead in hits; Terry Morris who's triple astounded the fans: deremy Leonard who attributed a run taken on a double: Josh Morris' homer and outstanding hitters like Craig Steib. Karl Allen, Aaron Schilling Ted Zeringue. Jeff LaSachiere and Brandon Miller who together pulled in their first win of the season. But the COPE kids displayed not only their sporting talents which put their team at the top but their unbelievable sprtsmantike conduct on the field. (Coach Sidney, the majors could use a few of your team's pointers.) COPE was led in scoring by Derik Gill who was followed by Rebecca Alexander, Stephen Jackson, Kenny Jett and Justin Berthelot. Rebecca Alexander and Justin Berthelot led the team in singles with two while Stephen Jackson, August Klohn, Jeremy Babin, Ryan Roberts and Emily Bouglere added one each. [] "Where the stars are!" I& :-:.: III ' USA For VCR ! Africa Music Sales and Rental Video 90 Dab's Interest Fret $1 4 95 Financing "' 17,94e Financing ..... all VCRs Doug Stroud. all of COPE: Wesley Daniels. Artie Thompson. Morley Graves. Slate Cummings and Jarred Hill. all of Gideon: Shawn Chance and Bry Layrisson. both of lshee's: Craig Steib. Terry Morris. Jeremy Babin. Brandon Miller and Josh Morris. all of Hutches Leading the league in base hits for the week were Brett Sheridan of Hutches and Mayor Gideon's Morley Graves Setting the pace placing second in cracks of the bat were Chris Ri'aer. Ishee's: Mike Mayeaux. Terry Morris and Jeremy Babin. all of Hutches and Kenny Jett of COPE Listing in third for the week wer Stephen Jackson. Kevin Raiford. Melvin DeGruy. Derik Gill. all of COPE, Artie Thompson. Jay Barbier. Slate Cummings. Kirt Winget. at: of Gideon: Antoine Vicknair. Shawn Chance, Amanda Hebert. Bud Robertson. Bry Lay'risson. all of Ishee's: Craig Steib and ,Josh Morris. Hutches, As of Friday. June 28 COPE holds first place, lshee's and Hutches share second and Mayor Gideon rests in third THE PONCHATOULA TIMES, 3ULY 4, 1985. SEC. B, PAGE THREE Hutch,00s comeback surprises Ishee's ]'he Hutches hitters returned to the baseline mce aaain to play Ishees. only this time Hutches dominated the field Thursday, June 27 when 'Peps kids defeated lshee's 17-10. In that game half of the players walked up m the plate tr> bat three t:rnes while every batter had his chance at leas twice Last week Hutches k, st to Ishecs 21- 6 but tLe tables turned "'He.. the k:(h p',ayed great" quickls commert,d I-tutc};es C,aeh Keth Pep" Pepit,,ne fr]i()u.:ng their damahc ViCtOrL' For Hutches ;. .- dramatic Xety three his ',c, re ',ted for Hutcies and batters app,a:he(i the plate 30 tim,es' Brett Sher dan ied Hutches superior in hits witi t, ree but tied ', scormg with Mike Ma>eaux. Aaron Sti]iey and Brandon Miller tor two runs each. Terry Morris and Jeremy Babin filled the stands with excitement on two doubles while Bry Layrisson rapped out the only game home run for Ishee's. Others performing tremendous, athletic stunts were Craig Steib, one run. two hits. Ferry Morris. one run and a double: Aar6n Schilling, nne run, one single. Louis Dugas, one run. two hits: Charles Schilling. nne run. one hit: Jeremv Babin. one run. one hit: Josh Morris. one run. two hits: Patrick Murray. one hit: Braudon Miller. one run. one hit: Stephen Ribera. one run. one hit: Aaron Stiller, one run. one hit: .Jamie Pepitoue, one run. two hits: Jeff [.aSaichere. oue rtl;t, one }dt: Jeremy Le(mard. cme ruu. oue hit [_eadn] Ishees. Brk l_.ayrisson stunned the crowds on a spectacular home run that left the parents in amdance gasping for breath. Chris Ritter played his best scoring three runs on three singles. Antoine Vicknair, Bry Layrisson, Shawn Chance, Bud Robert.son, Sai Yenni, Courtney Widmeir and Mathew Cox attributed one each. Amanda Hebert and Chris Rifler dominated the hit list with three, Bud Robertson. Antoine Vicknair and Mathew Cox followed with two each while Bry Layrisson, Shawn Chance, Justin Sutton, Sal Yenni, Courtney Widmeir and Melissa Gill attributed one each. Shawn Chance, who listed the team's only double, presently lead the league superior in home runs. COPE 00zefeats Gideon in rain out Mayor Gideon's Crushers and COP[! winded out the week's Little Farm action by playing Friday, ,June 28 :n a game tbat hosted mteuse phsicat action, Due to the climatic conditions the day before. COPE met Mayor Gideon on the postponed date and beat the Crushers 20 1() COPE sent up 43 batters to the plate, knocked out a [)oug Stroud homer, a Denk Gilt dnuble added to the team's composite of 20 runs taken on 25 hits. 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