Evan Finley knocked in four runs to lead Destin Assembly of God in a 27-11 win over One Heart One Voice in the Church Coed Softball League at Morgan Sports Center.



Finley slapped two home runs, a double and a single for four RBIs.



Destin Assembly rallied in the second and the fourth innings, with 10 runs each to put the game away.



Justin Demass tripled and hit three singles for an RBI for DAG. Kika Moyer hit three doubles and a single for two RBIs, and Nicole Pryor doubled and hit two singles for two RBIs. Tony Forsyth belted a home run.



Steven Kertz doubled and singled for two RBIs for One Heart. Beth Henry hit two singles, and Jamison Foerster doubled for two RBIs.



Coastline Calvary 26, Destiny Worship Center 3



Coastline scored eight runs in the first and second inning and put 10 more on the board in the third for a 26-2 lead. Destiny picked up one last run in the bottom of the fourth.



Chad Horton doubled and hit two singles for two RBIs for Coastline. Morgan Brazel hit two singles for two RBIs, and Michelle Williams doubled and singled for four RBIs.



Connecting for one hit each for Destiny were Karen Schiefer, Johnathan Williams and Colt Edwards.



Immanuel Anglican Braves 23, Village Baptist 21



The Braves jumped out to an 11-5 lead in the first three innings.



Matt Campbell hit two doubles and two singles for the Braves. Drew Fusco connected for four singles for an RBI, and Brandon Wilson doubled and hit two singles for three RBIs.



Joe Feltner hit three doubles and a single for an RBI for Village. Brooks Patterson hit four singles, and Jen Elmore tripled and hit two singles for three RBIs.



Coastline Calvary 19, Immanuel Anglican Braves 7



Coastline started strong with nine runs in the first inning.



Chad Horton was the big stick for Coastline with a home run, two doubles and a single for five RBIs. Addison Price hit three single for three RBIs, and Curtis Williams hit three singles.



Robert Colbert led the Braves with a triple, double and a single. Amber DeStaven hit two singles and Matt Campbell homered and tripled for four RBIs.