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Whiteville Optimist AAA baseball team ends run in state tournament

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  • Nakina puts up three runs in the top of the 5th. Dalton Simpson hit a home run, and Juan Frink added a two-RBI double. Nakina leads 8-1.
  • Bubba Jeffries gets out of a bases-loaded jam and gives up just one run. Nakina 5, Bessemer City 1. End 4th.
  • Nakina and Bessemer City play another scoreless inning. No hits thus far for Bessemer. Nakina 5-0. End 3rd.
  • Nakina and Bessemer City each go scoreless in the second inning. The score remains 5-0 in favor of Nakina.
  • Whiteville Optimist will play the winner of Dunn and South Park at 8 p.m. Monday. Dunn and South Park will play in 15 minutes.
  • Elizabethtown gets two runners on base, but is unable to score. FINAL: Whiteville Optimist 4, Elizabethtown 3.
  • Nakina bursts out of the gate with five runs against Bessemer City in the top of the 1st.
  • Whiteville gets out of a bases-loaded jam to retain its lead. Whiteville 4, Elizabethtown 3. End 5th.
  • Nakina and Bessemer City about to play ball in Dunn.
  • Nakina about to take the field against Bessemer City for their second game of the DY Majors state tournament.
  • A scoreless fourth inning for both teams. Whiteville 4, Elizabethtown 3. End 4th.
  • Make that six straight strikeouts for Ransom. Whiteville's lead remains 4-3 after three full innings.
  • A timely 2-RBI single to left field by Lincoln Ransom gives Whiteville a 4-3 lead over Elizabethtown after the top of the third.
  • Ransom strikes out three straight batters on 11 pitches. End 2nd. Elizabethtown 3, Whiteville 2.
  • A home run by Cody Butler gives E-Town a 3-2 lead. Bot 2nd, 0 out. Lincoln Ransom replaces Logan Hooks on the mound.
  • E-Town's Gabe Barber ties Whiteville at 2 with a 2-run home run. End 1st. 2nd round of DY Majors state tournament in Dunn.
  • A two-run home run by Logan Hooks gives Whiteville Optimist an early 2-0 lead against Elizabethtown. Mid 1st.
  • Whiteville plays Sunday at 5 p.m. against Elizabethtown. Nakina plays at 6:30 p.m. against Bessemer City. Games are at Tyler Park in Dunn.
  • Good showing for District 2 in the first round of the DY Majors state tournament. Whiteville wins 11-0 in 4, Nakina 11-1 in 5.
  • Nakina posts three more in the bottom of the third to extend its lead to 7-1. Top 4th.
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Whiteville Optimist AAA lost to Dallas today (7/23) 9-5 and are out of the running for state champs. Nakina and Whiteville Optimist Majors teams head to Dunn Saturday, July 26, for DY Majors State Tournament. The Columbus County Jr. Dixie Boys prepare for World Series in Bossier City, LA. Team departs July 31.
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