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July 18th, 2013
BRYANT â€“ The Benton McClendonâ€™s Appliances and Bryant Black Sox finished up their respective regular seasons on Tuesday night at Hornets Field in Bryant, with the Sox coming away with an 8-1 victory. Bryant starter Tryce Schalchlin and reliever Ozzie Hurt combined on a one-hitter against the McClendonâ€™s.
â€śItâ€™s been like that all year,â€ť Bryant Coach Darren Hurt said. â€śOur pitching has just been solid. No matter who we throw up there, weâ€™re six deep. They all give us quality innings and it wasnâ€™t any different [Tuesday] night.â€ť
HOT SPRINGS â€“ After suffering their lone loss on the season and scoring just four runs in two games on Sunday, the Bryant Everett Black Sox made up for their lack of scoring with a 19-0 win over host Lakeside â€“ advancing them to the State Tournament in Cabot â€“ and an 11-2 win over the team which gave Everett its only loss, the Little Rock Cobras, in the Zone 4 Tournament at Lakeside High School.
LITTLE ROCK â€“ There was quite a drastic difference in the Benton McClendonâ€™s Appliancesâ€™ games against the Little Rock Vipers on Wednesday night at Gary Hogan Field in Little Rock. The McClendonâ€™s split a doubleheader, falling 12-0 to the Vipers in Game 1, but rebounding and taking the second game 3-1 behind an excellent pitching performance from Wesley Ramsey.
BENTON â€“ Benton McClendon Appliances rallied late and held on to win 11-9 against Jacksonville Gwatney Chevrolet on Bill Perry Field at Bernard Holland Park on Saturday.
â€śWe just fought through,â€ť Benton Coach Brandon Wake said. â€śWe just talked to them and told them we have seen this pitcher twice now and itâ€™s time to go to work. Iâ€™d like to improve on getting ahead in the count. Weâ€™re going to work on [it].â€ť