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Allgas too hot for Auto World
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Noah Bain says he likes to hit home runs.

It showed Friday night as the Allgas slugger hit one over the fence and had another homer inside the park as Allgas beat Auto World, 21-1, in Junior League action.

Bain was joined by teammate Gunnar Hillis in the home run party. Hillis showed he enjoys hitting the ball hard too and ripped a shot to the outfield.

In addition to big hits, Allgas played defense too as its infielders snagged line drives to keep Auto World in the slow lane.

Auto World second baseman Hailey Reynolds was in the middle of some close plays. Hailey tried to tag out Loretta Fults only to see Loretta somehow make it on base safely.

Hailey was also in position with the ball as Ethan Cantrell came barreling into second and he just made it in time.

In the first Junior League game of the night, High Funeral Home kept its undefeated record intact with an impressive 25-5 win over Tim’s Motors. High Funeral Home and Allgas are two of the league’s top contenders.

In the Senior League, Wilson Taxidermy has yet to lose a game, but the team has the lowest number of games played due to rainouts.

The Senior League standings are as follows: Wilson Taxidermy 3-0 Walker Gardens 4-1 Valley View Farms 4-1 Hulletts Automotive 3-2 Davenport Electric 3-3 Namaste 1-5 CDP Engineering 0-6

On Friday night, Walker Gardens avenged its only loss with an 11-1 win over Davenport Electric.

Hunter Musgrove had the biggest hit of the night, blasting a HR for Walker Gardens. Dyllon Young scored 2 runs to lead the Walker Gardens attack.

Bell Underwood was the winning pitcher. She threw strikes and showed quick reflexes by catching a number of comebackers in the middle of the defense.

Davenport Electric won the first meeting between the two, 17-1. Musgrove had an easy explanation for that loss. “We were missing all our players,” he said.