Washington C.H. Little League

Staff report

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 results

Major Division

Eagles 13, Mopars 3

Drew Ferguson was the winning pitcher for the Eagles.

Offensively for the Eagles, Gannon Phillips hit a double and Justin Grove hit a double.

Cole Campbell hit a double for Mopars.

Ryan Crowe and Cole Campbell pitched for Mopars.

Other pitchers for the Eagles were Mikey Yoho and Justin Grove.


M 001 2xx — 3

E (11)01 1xx — 13

Mustangers 6, Super Sport 5

Mustangers rallied with two runs in the bottom of the sixth for the win.

Hugh Silberman was the winning pitcher for Mustangers.

He also hit a double.

Conner Bucher hit a double for Mustangers and Braden Osborne hit a double for Super Sport.

Tanner LeMaster and Cole Little shared the pitching duties for Super Sport.

Conner Bucher also worked on the mound for Mustangers.


SS 301 010 — 5

M 100 302 — 6

Minor Division

Herron Financial 7, Quali-Tee 6

Offensively for Quali-Tee, Ian Spiess hit one home run and Lafe Coleman belted two home runs.

Ethan Turley hit a triple of Herron Financial.


QT 100 203 — 6

HF 205 00x — 7

Friday, May 27, 2016 results

Major Division

Mustangers 7, McDonald’s 3

Alex Boles got the win on the mound for Mustangers.

Jonah Waters and Rishaun Burns were the pitchers for McDonald’s.


Mc 000 300 — 3

M 012 13x — 7

Super Sport 11, Eagles 6

Tanner LeMaster was the winning pitcher for Super Sport.

Offensively for Super Sport, Brayden May hit a double and Braden Osborne hit a triple.

Brayden May and Bryce Yeazel also pitched for Super Sport.

Dylan Grove and Justin Grove were the pitchers for the Eagles.


E 400 101 — 6

SS 540 20x — 11

Minor Division

Elks 14, Quali-Tee 0

Offensively for the Elks, Bryson Heath smacked two home runs and one triple.

Trey Robinette hit a home run for the Elks.


E 320 504 — 14

Q-T 000 000 — 0

Taking a look at the standings in the Major Division, through games of May 27, Super Sport was atop the division at 4-0.

Mustangers were second at 5-1, followed by Downtown Photo at 3-1.

McDonald’s was fourth at 3-2 and First State Bank and Corvettes were tied for fifth place at 2-3.

Eagles were 0-4 and Mopars had a record of 0-5.

In the Minor Division, also through games of May 27, Legal Beagles were leading the way at 4-0.

Elks were 4-1 and Herron Financial was 4-2.

Quali-Tee stood at 2-2, followed by Merchant’s at 1-4 and Jr. Firemen at 0-6.

Staff report