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Security Federal goes deep in 15-9 win
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Turtle Laxson hustles to first base on his way to scoring a run for Security Federal on Monday night.
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Gage Woodlee is all smiles after hitting his second HR for Security Federal on Monday night. Gage finished with 3 HRs for the game.

It was a big offensive show for Security Federal on Monday night in boys 7-8 coach pitch action at Milner Recreation Center.

Security Federal blasted home runs all over the field on the way to a 15-9 win over Solomon Consulting.

Gage Woodlee brought a big bat to the game with 3 home runs and a double on his way to scoring 4 times. Ben Ralph smashed 2 HRs as Security Federal didn’t shy away from hitting the ball hard.

Turtle Laxson and Braylen Ferrell delivered hard hits from the middle of the Security Federal lineup and each scored twice. Other offensive stars include Tucker Tate with 2 runs scored, and Brody Taylor, Levi Zahn and Urijah Merriman with 1 run each.

For Solomon Consulting, Knox Underhill showed he can hit a home run too. Knox finished the game with 3 hits and 2 runs scored.

Weston Morton and Grayson Neal each added 3 hits and 2 runs scored for the Solomon Consulting offense. Scoring 1 run each were Liam Morris, Camren Long, and River Alford.

In the other 7-8 boys coach pitch game Monday night, Infinite Improvements captured a 10-4 win over Pure Wealth Partners.

Infinite Improvements jumped out to a 3-0 lead in its first bat and never trailed. Leadoff batter Ryther Jarvis had 4 hits and scored 3 runs. Giovanni Carr was a highlight reel as he belted 2 HRs on his way to scoring twice. Khysen Glass hit a HR and a triple and scored 2 runs.

Also leading the Infinite Improvements offense was Beall Beaman with a HR and 3 runs scored.

Pure Wealth scored 2 runs in the third inning when Sawyer Pardo and Braxton Bell each crossed the plate. The team added its final 2 runs in the fifth when Declan Jacobs and Braxton Bell both scored.