YOUTH BASEBALL: EABC 10s roll in opener (07/09)

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EABC 8s and 7s win

By The Staff



The News-Enterprise Tyler Woodrum and Jaylen Cosme combined for a no-hitter and the Elizabethtown 10-year-old all-stars rolled past Fort Knox, 18-0, at the District 10 Cal Ripken Tournament on Tuesday. Woodrum struck out two in one inning, while Cosme had eight strikeouts in three innings at Ramsey Field in Brandenburg. Blake Kerr doubled twice and singled, while Brandt Pawley had three singles and a double. Matt Finn doubled and singled, Cosme tripled and singled and Deuce Stokan doubled. Woodrum, Jason Baumgardner and Tavon Breckinridge had a hit each. Elizabethtown plays Meade County Green at 7 p.m. Friday. In the nightcap, Radcliff and Leitchfield’s game was suspended due to weather and is slated to resume today. BABE RUTH 14-YEAR-OLDS. The game between LaRue County and Grayson County was postponed at LaRue County High School. CAL RIPKEN 12-YEAR-OLDS. Clarkson topped Fort Knox, 14-4 to advance to the winner’s bracket final against Meade County. Logan Nichols earned the win, striking out five. Jamison VanMeter collected three hits for Clarkson, while Ty Davis, Ty Clemons and Brett Majors had two hits each. Bret Johnston smacked a three-run homer. Wilson and Mathews each had a double for Fort Knox in the loss. CAL RIPKEN 9-YEAR-OLDS. Clarkson advanced with a 16-1 victory, while Elizabethtown and Meade County’s game was suspended due to weather. It is scheduled to resume today. CAL RIPKEN 8-YEAR-OLDS. Ben Pyles hit a three-run double as the Elizabethtown Blue all-stars knocked off Meade County White, 16-1 in Leitchfield. Ben Godfrey went 4-for-4 and scored two runs, while Edward Alexander tripled twice and singled. Pyles, Kass Disney and Jackson Webb each had three hits, while Paul Fiepke, Trent Wood, Coleman Clark, Jey Gregory and Harrison Moore had two. James Weatherholtz and Trenton Thomas each had two hits for Meade County. The game between LaRue County and Clarkson was suspended in the fourth inning. The game was tied, 7-7 and will resume at 6:30 p.m. today. CAL RIPKEN 7-YEAR-OLDS. Elizabethtown scored six runs in the first inning and tacked on seven more in the second en route to a 15-1 win over LaRue County at Elizabethtown. Darius Breckenridge, Justin Osborne, Dionte Ditto, Jacob Hobbs and Tyler Wood each had three hits each for Elizabethtown. Gavin Nall had a hit and scored LaRue County’s run in the first inning. Breckinridge County scored seven runs in the fifth inning and three in the sixth to advance with a 16-7 win over Clarkson.