A busy weekend for the Lyons teams in the Lyons Youth Tourney

The Lyons MIdget Boys (11-12 years old) opened up in the Lyons Youth Tournament with a stellar 10-1 win over Statesboro. A majority of the boys on the team are used to success in this tourney and they have also won state titles as Fleas and Mites. Bryce Braddy Toombs County Bullog Sports Report featuring interviews with Trayvon Harris, Jesus Quintero and Demetrius Cotler    Lyons blanked Wayne County 5-0…

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Jeremy Beasley retires the first seven straight batters in another five inning start

Jeremy Beasley is establishing a positive trend in his starts and relief appearances with the Inland Empire 66ers of the Advanced A California League. Give him the ball and he will give you five solid innings. In his third straight appearance at Rancho Cucamonga Jeremy threw five innings as the 66ers rallied with a three-run seventh to beat the Quakes 6-5. Inland Empire improves to 30-32 and the 66ers are in…

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Lyons Midget Girls roll through their bracket to win a Lyons Youth Tourney Championship

The pitching was overpowering and the bats were hot as the Lyons 11-12 Midget Girls won four straight games to win a Lyons Youth Tourney Championship at Little Fenway at Partin Park. The highlight for the girls was knocking off Vidalia in back-to-back games with Torie Wright pitching her team to victories of 13-0 and 8-3 in the semifinals and finals. Bryce Braddy’s Y-101 Story featuring interviews with Torie Wright,…

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Jeremy Beasley keeps rolling up more shutout innings in the California League

Former Toombs County pitcher Jeremy Beasley continues to throw scoreless inning after scoreless inning for the Inland Empire 66ers of the Advanced A California League. In his last three outings the right-hander has tossed 13 scoreless frames over a course of 14 innings pitched. On May 23 Jeremy threw four scoreless frames against the Visalia Rawhide. He allowed six hits with four strikeouts and one walk in the Empire’s 3-0…

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D.R. Meadows singles in a run & makes an amazing catch as Chipola repeats as NJCAA Champions

Another amazing baseball season has ended for Chipola College with the Indians repeating as NJCAA National Champions. The Indians defeated Walters State (Tennessee) 10-7 in championship game. Former Toombs County Bulldog D.R. Meadows made two big contributions to the victory. He drove in a run which put Chipola up by a run in the sixth inning. Later in the game Meadows dazzled the crowd of more than 10,000 with an…

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Jeremy Beasley saves the game in his 1st outing with Inland Empire

It didn’t take former Toombs County Bulldog Jeremy Beasley very long to make an impression on his new league. On the day (May 17, 2018) he was officially promoted to Inland Empire 66ers of the Advanced Single A California League Jeremy earned a save and had the other team squawking about his quick pace- a Beasley trait going all the way back to his Bulldog days. Beasley pitched four innings…

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Beasley is promoted by the LA Angels to High A Ball in Inland Empire, California

Jeremy Beasley has packed his bags and is off on his third promotion in his one season and one month minor league baseball career. On May 17, for the third time, Jeremy has been promoted by the Los Angles Angels- this time from the Class Midwest League Burlington Bees to their High A affiliate in Inland Empire- the 66ers- of the California League. Inland Empire is 19-21 and is in…

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D.R. Meadows smashes a double & reaches base 3 times as Chipola earns a chance to defend it’s national championship

Starting for the first time in the FCSAA Tournament, in the if necessary championship game, D.R. Meadows played left field and batted ninth for the Chipola Indians. D.R. went 1-for-2 reaching base three times highlighted by his first extra-base hit of his freshman season, an opposite field double to right in the second inning. He drew third inning walk and was hit by a pitch in the eighth inning. Meadows…

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D.R. Meadows comes through in the 9th in Chipola’s walk-off tourney win

For all of the Chipola Indians there has been a lot of down time, plenty of waiting on the weather to clear so they could continue playing the FCSAA Tourney. The eight team event began on Friday and was scheduled to end on Tuesday. However, heavy rain in Lakeland, Florida pushed play to Wednesday. Former Toombs County Bulldog D.R. Meadows made two big contributions to tournament. On Tuesday he did…

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