Brook Americans, Nationals advance

Published 5:00 am Monday, June 25, 2001

WESSON – The Brookhaven National All-Stars clipped theBrookhaven Americans 10-7 Saturday in the Dixie Youth Baseball AANorth Subdistrict Tournament. The Nationals finished first and theAmericans were second.

Both Brookhaven teams advance to the state tournament whichstarts Tuesday at the Windsor Gay Sports Complex inSummit.Nationals

Nationals 10, Americans 7

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In the eight-inning championship game Saturday, Chandler Rogerspowered the Nationals with a double and two singles. Belting threesingles was Dudley Lampton. Scottie Peavey ripped a double and asingle. Collecting two singles apiece were Dustin Treadway, CodyWhite, Jake Shelby, Joel Patrick and Cameron Barry. Will Lucas,Alan M. Allred and Garrett Greer singled.

The American League team was led by Bubba Keene who doubledtwice and singled. Dillon Newell doubled and singled. Three hitswere collected by Hunter Franklin and Mark Rushing. Daniel Pepperand Gabe Wilson each had 2 hits. Tyler Coker doubled. Anthony Durrand Grant Burke singled.

Nationals 10, Natchez Rebels 6

In the other Saturday game, Rogers again directed theNationals with two doubles and a single. White doubled and singledtwice. Allred and Treadway collected three singles apiece. Peavey,Shelby, Lucas, Patrick and Greer belted two hits apiece. Hittingsafely were Tyler Case, Barry, Lampton and LoganCantrell.

Nationals 16, Wesson 11

In Friday’s win over Wesson, the Nationals were sparkedby Case’s three singles and a double. White collected a pair ofdoubles and a single. Drilling three singles apiece were Treadway,Patrick and Allred. Peavey and Chandler Rogers had a double and asingle apiece. Lucas, Greer, Barry and Lampton hit a pair ofsingles apiece. Shelby singled.

Americans 12, Wesson 10

Austin Brister and Durr both hit inside-the-park homersagainst Wesson. Danny Ford, Mark Rushing, Travis Keene, MylesMelancon and Wilson each had 2 hits. Bubba Keene doubled twice.Burke, Newell, Coker and Franklin singled.