By Tim Branstetter / Staff Writer
SOUTH LONDON – The Corbin Junior League All-Stars got off to a hot start and picked up a 13-3 win over South London in five innings on Sunday.
Jaxon Stewart set the pace early for Corbin with a two-run triple. Tanner Barnes hit an RBI single and Drew Carter scored to give Corbin a 4-0 advantage.
Michael May, Cole Brock and Ryan VanNorstran all pitched for Corbin. May and Brock each struckout two batters and VanNorstran fanned four batters to close out the game.
Corbin led 6-3, but exploded in the fourth inning with five runs to take a 13-3 lead and put the game out of reach.
Corbin will face North Laurel today at 6 p.m. at the South London Little League fields. The games were moved to South London due to rain.
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Colonels pick up first district win of season
The Whitley County Colonels picked up their first district win of the season with a 9-2 victory over the visiting Williamsburg Yellow Jackets on Monday.
North Laurel senior Austin Thompson clubbed a home run while driving in two runs during a 2-for-4 effort to lead his Jaguars to their fourth straight win on Monday, defeating McCreary Central, 12-0.
Corbin rolls past B'ville
Chris Hart’s Corbin Lady Redhounds didn’t waste any time taking control of their game against Barbourville.
After posting a 1-1 mark during their stay in Richmond Friday, Kyle Mink’s North Laurel Jaguars recovered Saturday by knocking off New York’s Dunkirk High School in six innings, 11-1.
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The Corbin Redhounds had a tall order in front of them Saturday, playing host to two of the 12th Region’s top teams at House Field.
Lady Cardinals improve to 13th Region-best, 19-2
The South Laurel Lady Cardinals improved to a 13th Region-best 19-2 on the season after upending both Dunkirk, N.Y., 10-0 and Rockcastle County, 5-2.
Coming in to the 2014 Lady Redhound Softball Classic Corbin head coach Chris Hart said just like he’s said all season, he wanted his team to continue to improve each time it stepped on the field.
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