From staff reports
Liberty State routed Dugdale 11-1 before THW edged Advance Signs 11-10 Friday on closing night of the Rotary Dixie Youth major league at Baird Park's David B. Penuel Memorial Field.
Ethan Chambers pitched a four-inning complete game for Liberty State. Zach Greene singled twice, one of which drove in two runs. Braden Reece also knocked in a score as he and Luke Smith singled.
Jagger Pirtle and Garrett Johnson doubled and Preston Creswell singled for Dugdale.
Austin Bush banged out a pair of RBI singles and Cole Armistead one for THW. Gentry Wall also singled while Keyvont Baines picked up the win.
Braxton Swann swatted a two-run homer over the center-field fence and singled. Jack Dodson singled in a run while Austin Brown banged out a pair of singles.
On the other field, Sunset picked up a 10-3 victory over Painturo's before Agee & Johnson doubled up ADC 10-5.
Cole Fergusson singled twice and tripled while Levi Sampson singled three times to help Kameron Bond to the win for Sunset.
Chase Birdwell banged out two singles for Painturo's.
Brandon Allison doubled and singled for Agee & Johnson while winning pitcher Ben Vance singled twice.
Gabe Jennings singled twice and tripled for ADC.
Sunset will return this morning for a game against Wilson Bank & Trust to determine second place in its division. The winner will advance to Monday's four-team league tournament which will wrap up Tuesday.
ADC walks past Perma Pipe in Babe Ruth League
ADC waited out 14 walks and scored a 9-6 victory over Perma Pipe in Lions Babe Ruth League play Friday night at Baird Park's Charles Eskew Field.
Daniel McGee was the complete-game winner for ADC despite allowing 10 hits. He struck out six, walked three and hit two while getting a hit at the plate.
Drew Porth picked up three hits and A.J. Fletcher and Cross Beckman one each for ADC.
Kolbe Sanders supplied two of Perma Pipe's hits while Eric Rhodes, Trent Baggott, Andy Empey, Koty Lackey, Michael McDowell, Rob Abercrombie, Evan Redic and Joseph Warren added one each.
Christian Frans gave up two runs in the first inning before Lackey surrendered seven scores in three innings. McDowell finished up, striking out three.