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Scottsburg on verge of title

The Scottsburg machine pitch all-stars are on the verge of the DYB AA district title in a tournament being played in Clarksville.

Scottsburg was 4-0 entering Tuesday night’s game against South Boston National, with South Boston needing to win two straight games to take the title.

 

Scottsburg 20 South Hill 5

Scottsburg pounded out 21 hits in a 20-5 win over South Hill on Monday, scoring seven runs in the first inning, seven in the third and six in the fourth to end the game.

South Hill scored all its five runs in the second inning.

Cameron Carson finished with a triple and two singles for Scottsburg, Logan Smith had three base hits, Joshua Gunn, Trevor Hazelwood and Hunter Howerton each had a double and single, while Kayden Conner, Tyler Collins, Adam Seamster, Luke Carr and Jacob Dyer each added two base hits.

Hunter Crews added a base hit for Scottsburg.

 

Scottsburg 23 South Boston National 8

Scottsburg finished with 28 hits, including a home run by Tyler Collins in a 23-8 win over South Boston National on Sunday.

Scottsburg scored seven runs in each of the first three innings and added two runs in the fourth, and South Boston scored two runs in the first inning, one in the second and five in the fourth.

Collins had a home run and two singles for Scottsburg, Seamster had a triple and two doubles and Hazelwood had a double and two singles, while Gunn and Carson each hit three singles.

Conner, Howerton, Smith, Cody Casen, Carr and Crews each had two base hits and Carr a single.

South Boston National had 12 hits for the game, with Dakii Chandler hitting a double and single, Colin Strohm and Greyson Parker two singles apiece, and Josh Miller, Jaylen Anderson, Graham Parker, Jakari Blackmon, Darrell Guthrie and Joseph Roberts one base hit.

 

Scottsburg 16 Emporia 6

A seven-run fourth inning helped Scottsburg pull away to a 16-6 win over Emporia on Saturday.

Scottsburg scored three runs in the first inning, two in the second, three in the third, seven in the fourth and one in the fifth.

Emporia scored two runs in the second, two in the fourth and one in the fifth inning.

Scottsburg had 23 hits for the game.

Conner had a double and two hits, and Gunn and Collins had three hits apiece, while Hazelwood and Carr each had two doubles, Carson and Dyer a double and single, Howerton and Casen two hits apiece, and Seamster and Crews one hit apiece.

 

Scottsburg 13 Clarksville 2

Scottsburg scored seven runs in the third inning and six in the fourth to beat Clarksville on Friday.

Scottsburg had 16 hits for the game.

Dyer had two triples, Hazelwood a triple and single, Gunn a double and base hit, and Casen and Crews two hits apiece, Carr added a double, and Conner, Howerton, Logan Smith and Carson each added a hit for Scottsburg.

Clarksville scored runs in the second and third innings.

 

Chase City 16 South Boston American 12

Chase City scored five runs in the fourth inning and six in the fifth to rally and beat South Boston American 16-12 on Saturday.

American scored one run in each of the first two innings, added three in the third, one in the fourth, five in the fifth and one in the sixth inning.

Chase City scored three runs in the first and two in the second before adding 11 runs in the fourth and fifth innings.

Kaelin Graves scored three runs for American, while Keyquan Newton and Jahmari Chandler each scored two runs.

Preston Riddle, Eli Seamster, Bo Worley, Ken Fears and Alex Payne each scored a run for South Boston American.

 

SoBo National 24 SoBo American 9

South Boston National scored seven runs in the first, four in the second, seven in the third and seven in the fourth to beat South Boston American 24-9 on Friday.

American scored three runs in the first inning and six in the second.

Miller and Blackmon each scored three runs for National, while Strohm, Chandler, Trevor Mahan, Grayson Parker, Javion Gooden, Damion Wilborn, Anderson, Graham Parker and Guthrie each scored twice and Roberts once.

Graves, Newton and Chandler each scored three runs for American, while Riddle, Payne and Seamster each added a run scored.