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Braves finish undefeated
The Braves of the LCRD Pee-Wee league went undefeated and won the baseball championship, going 11-0. - photo by Photo by Jimmy Currier
Rarely does a team in the Liberty County Recreation Department storm through a baseball season like the Braves did in the Pee-Wee league.
They capped their perfect season Friday, with a thrilling 20-13 win over the Rockies at Jaycee Field to win the title.
Evan Vaughn singled, tripled and homered — missing the cycle by a double — for the Braves. His teammate Ryan Desbiens recorded three hits, including a double.
For the Rockies, Cameron Hensel had a good day at the plate, hitting a homerun and a double.
Braves players include: Nicholas Alyea, Nenry Blair, Charles Burriss, Ryan Desbiens, Daniel Genard, Tristan Nelson, Alex O’Neal, Cesar Ramos, Hunter Sauls, Angel Siegel, Samuel Trawick and Evan Vaughn. Freddy Vaugh coaches the Braves.
In other Pee-Wee action:
Rockies 9, Mariners 4
Terry Wells had three hits, including a double for the Rockies.
Tyree Perdue singled twice for the Mariners.
Rockies 8, Cardinals 7
Jaalon Frazier had three hits, including a double in the win.
Hunter Hawkins had four hits, including a double in the loss.
Braves 14, Mariners 4
Henry Blair had three hits, including a homer for the Braves, while Tristan Nelson singled twice and doubled.
Joshua Atkins had two hits in the loss.
The Midget league had its championship game Tuesday, but the results were not complete in time for press. Look for the results in Friday’s edition of the Courier
Midget results:
HPD 6, Coastal Comm. 1
Rickey Gilliard tripled and singled for Hinesville Police Department.
Martin Ins. 9, Sign Concepts 6
Javier Mojica singled for Martin.
James Rogers singled for Sign.
HBS 3, Coastal EMC 1
DaBrent Nobles had two hits for Hinesville Builders Supply.
Richard Michalowiz singled for Coastal Electric.
Martin Insurance 7, HPD 5
Paul Barefoot singled three times for Martin Insurance.
Gilliard had three hits, including a double for HPD.
Junior results:
Heritage Bank 13, Chemtall 5
Marcus LeCounte and Matthew Brown each had two hits for Heritage Bank.
Joshua Wojak singled for Chemtall.
Chemtall 6, Hinesville Lodge 4
Chemtall 11, VVA 8
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