Dixie Junior Boys World Series down to four teams - WTVM.com-Columbus, GA News Weather & Sports

Dixie Junior Boys World Series down to four teams

COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - The Dixie Junior Boys World Series was pared down to four teams after play on Monday at South Commons in Columbus.

Hattiesburg, Miss. defeated the host West Georgia All-Stars 14-5 to remain as the only unbeaten team in the tournament.

Enterprise, Ala. and Bossier City, La. are the other two teams in the losers bracket.

The finals are scheduled for Wednesday night.

Here are the results and the schedule for the World Series:

 

2013 Dixie Junior Boys World Series

Played at South Commons (all times ET)

 

Saturday, August 3

Game 1 – West Volusia FL 16, Sevier County, AR 3

Game 2 – Bossier City LA 5, Columbus County NC 0

Game 3 – Hattiesburg MS 16, Madison Central TN 0

Game 4 – Halifax County VA 12, Troup County GA 1

Game 5 – Center TX 10, Enterprise AL 5

Game 6 – West Georgia (Host) 6, Hilton Head SC 4

 

Sunday, August 4

Game 7 – Columbus County NC 13, Sevier County AR 6 (Sevier County AR eliminated)

Game 8 – Troup County GA 16, Madison Central TN 12 (Madison Central TN eliminated)

Game 9 – Enterprise AL 17, Hilton Head SC 7 (Hilton Head SC eliminated)

Game 10 – Bossier City LA 19, West Volusia FL 3

Game 11 – Hattiesburg MS 24, Halifax County VA 7

Game 12 – West Georgia (Host) 12, Center TX 2

 

Monday, August 5

Game 13 – Halifax County VA 12, West Volusia FL 3 (West Volusia FL eliminated)

Game 14 – Enterprise AL 12, Troup County GA 2 (Troup County GA eliminated)

Game 15 – Columbus County NC 12, Center TX 11 (Center TX eliminated)

Game 16 – Hattiesburg MS 6, Bossier City LA 0

Game 17 – Enterprise AL 17 Halifax County VA 0 (Halifax County VA eliminated)

Game 18 – Bossier City LA 11, Columbus County NC 8 (Columbus County NC eliminated)

Game 19 – Hattiesburg MS 14, West Georgia (Host) 5

 

Tuesday, August 6

Game 20 – Enterprise AL vs. West Georgia (Host), 5 pm (Stadium) (loser eliminated)

Game 21 – Hattiesburg MS vs. Bossier City LA, 8 pm (Stadium)

 

Wednesday, August 7 (Championship Day)

Game 22 – TBA, 5 pm (Stadium)

Game 23 – If needed, 30 minutes later (Stadium)

  • Local SportsSPORTSMore>>

  • SPORTS OVERTIME: Week 1

    SPORTS OVERTIME: Week 1

    Saturday, August 18 2018 9:03 AM EDT2018-08-18 13:03:55 GMT
    Sports Overtime is now underway (Source: WTVM)Sports Overtime is now underway (Source: WTVM)

    It’s that time of year for Sports Overtime with News Leader 9! This week’s ‘Game of the Week’ is Marion County and Schley County. 

    More >>

    It’s that time of year for Sports Overtime with News Leader 9! This week’s ‘Game of the Week’ is Marion County and Schley County. 

    More >>
  • Harris County High School assistant principal, athletic director passes away

    Harris County High School assistant principal, athletic director passes away

    Thursday, August 16 2018 11:42 PM EDT2018-08-17 03:42:10 GMT
    According to school officials, Danny Durham was jogging when he suffered an apparent heart attack. (Source: Harris County School District)According to school officials, Danny Durham was jogging when he suffered an apparent heart attack. (Source: Harris County School District)

    Harris County High School’s athletic director and assistant principal passed away Thursday afternoon. 

    More >>

    Harris County High School’s athletic director and assistant principal passed away Thursday afternoon. 

    More >>
  • Traveon Samuel hopes for career rejuvenation at Troy

    Traveon Samuel hopes for career rejuvenation at Troy

    Monday, August 13 2018 11:10 PM EDT2018-08-14 03:10:25 GMT
    Traveon Samuel at TroyTraveon Samuel at Troy
    Traveon Samuel at TroyTraveon Samuel at Troy

    Phenix City-native Traveon Samuel transferred from Louisville to Troy this offseason. With a new location, he can earn more opportunities on the field. This move also gives him a confidence boost because of a pair of special people in the stands.

    More >>

    Phenix City-native Traveon Samuel transferred from Louisville to Troy this offseason. With a new location, he can earn more opportunities on the field. This move also gives him a confidence boost because of a pair of special people in the stands.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly