Freshman pitcher Seth Wicker had a shutout through five innings Tuesday and Signal Mountain rode that strong pitching performance to a 10-1 win over Bledsoe County in District 7-AA baseball action.
Wicker struck out six and led the Eagles (9-4, 5-4) to their fourth straight win.
Walter Gailmard’s single to left scored two runs in the first inning and Jake Carmichael scored from third on a wild pitch.
Bledsoe County scored its only run in the sixth inning following a Signal Mountain infield error.
Caleb Smith, Austin Mercer, Tyler Young and Lucas Frady has hits for the Warriors (1-8, 0-5).
(Contributed by William Dowling, a senior baseball player at Signal Mountain High School. His coverage of the Eagles’ baseball team this season serves as a senior project.)