CCS Takes 11-1 Win Over Lookout Valley; Rhea County Wins; Boyd Loses

Friday, March 22, 2013

Chattanooga Christian scored 10 runs in the first three innings and went on to defeat Lookout Valley 11-1 in a 5-inning game on Friday.

The Chargers had 4 runs in both the first and second innings, then 2 more in the third.

A CCS score in the bottom of the fifth ended the game.

Jack Bosworth had two doubles and Daniel Vizoso a triple in the win. The Chargers had 9 hits, while the Yellow Jackets were limited to 3.

Logan Phillips was the winning pitcher.

In other baseball action on Friday, Rhea County got a 6 spot in the fifth inning and wound up defeating Stone Memorial 13-6 in a road game for the Golden Eagles.

Stone Memorial led 3-0 before Rhea County tied it in the top of the fourth, then took the lead in the fifth.

Rhea County got doubles from Hunter McClendon, Krischan Goins and Bryce Keylon. Nick Enna was the winning pitcher. 

Boyd Buchanan traveled to Polk County and lost 3-2.

The Wildcats scored a single run in the first, second and third innings. All the Boyd scoring came in the top of the fourth.

Each team had four miscues.

 

 

 


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