Roundup: Smyrna-Clayton Red wins Deakins opener

Nolan Oakley scored twice and Connor Wilson had a pair of RBI as Smyrna-Clayton Red opened up the Deak Deakins tournament with a 4-2 victory over M.O.T. Blue 2 on Sunday.

Nathan Donahue went 2-for-3 and also scored once for Smyrna-Clayton while Darryl Henderson Jr. went 2-for-3. Smyrna-Clayton will play M.O.T. White in the quarterfinals.

Milford 12, Smyrna-Clayton 2: Milford had a balanced offense attack to win its opening game of the Deak Deakins tournament on Sunday.

Luke Azzanezi was 2-for-3 with a double and two runs, Gavin Robbins went 2-for-3 with two runs, Josh Miller was 3-for-3 with a triple and two RBI, Tyler Brown was 3-for-3 with two runs and Noah Kent went 3-for-3 triple and three. Ryan Zimmerman and J.C. Kent each went 2-for-2 and scored twice. Emerson Layton and Reid Lofland each had a hit and drove in a run.

For Smyrna-Clayton, Tyler Lohman singled and scored a run. Ryan Moss and Nathan Roscoe had two singles while Mico George also singled.

Felton-Harrington Blue 6, Marydel-Hartly 3: Felton-Harrington Blue advanced to play Felton-Harrington White in the quarterfinals.

Landon Jefferson had two hits for Felton-Harrington Blue and Jacob Berry led Marydel-Hartly with two hits and a run scored.

Walt Bowers baseball

Smyrna-Clayton 14, Camden-Wyoming 4: Nick Richardson tripled and Owen Keener had a pair of doubles as Smyrna-Clayton won over Camden-Wyoming in the Walt Bowers baseball tournament on Saturday.

Connor Bartlett was 3-for-3 for the Smyrna-Clayton offense.

Daylin Aviles led Camden-Wyoming with a three-RBI triple.

M.O.T. Red 8, M.O.T. Blue 7: Chance Shaw pitched strongly and had two hits to lead M.O.T. to the first round victory in the Walt Bowers tournament. M.O.T. Red will face Dover in the semifinals.

8-9-year-old softball

Felton 14, Camden-Wyoming Blue 13: Sydney Messick drove in the winning run for Felton in an extra-inning game.

Elena Aguilar and Briana Brooks-Combs each went 3-for-4 to lead Felton.

Camden-Wyoming Blue 11, Dover 1: Lexi Figueroa and Ariana Miller each had two hits and two runs as Camden-Wyoming Blue won its opening game of the tournament, contested late Friday night.

Paige Hardy had a pair of hits and scored once while Kennedi Hutchinson had three runs scored.

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