Sequatchie, Bledsoe To Play For District 7AA Softball Championship

Saturday, May 03, 2014

The Sequatchie County softball team eliminated Grundy County 9-2 on Saturday in the District 7AA softball tournament. 

Sequatchie scored four runs in the first and second innings. 

Emily Yell was the winning pitcher and MaKayla Nunley was the losing pitcher.

In other games, Bledsoe County beat Signal Mountain 15-0 and Grundy 8-6 to advance. 

Sequatchie County will host Bledsoe County on Monday at 5 p.m. for the District 7AA championship.

Grundy 0 0 0 2 0 0 0
Sequatchie 4 4 0 1 0 0

Winning pitcher: Emily Yell 7IP 5H 2R 2ER 3BB 4K
Losing pitcher: MaKayla Nunley 6IP 10H 9R 7ER 3K 0BB

Extra base hits
HR: Allyson Davenport SC
3B: Emily Meeks GC
2B: Amber Kilgore SC

More than 1 hit:
SC:
Shiann Stockwell 2 for 3 2R HP
Allyson Davenport 2 for 4 R 4RBI HR
Katelynne Cheatham 2 for 4 2R 3RBI
Ashley Moffitt 2 for 4 2R SB
GC:
Emily Meeks 2 for 3 R RBI 3B
Chloe Scissom 2 for 3 RBI

 

Bledsoe 15 Signal Mtn 0

Bledsoe 8 Grundy 6

 

Sequatchie vs Bledsoe in championship Monday 5pm Central @ Sequatchie

 

District 7AA All-District Team

Coach of the Year - Kelly Somerville Sequatchie County 

 

Player of the Year (tie)

Harley Davis - Grundy County

Katelynne Cheatham - Sequatchie County

 

Sequatchie County

Allyson Davenport

Madi Presto

Ashley Moffitt

Emily Yell

 

Grundy County

MaKayla Nunley

Madison Rogers

Madison Burrows

Torie Scissom

 

Bledsoe County

Victoria Roberson

Judith Roberson

Ashley Brown

Megan Snyder

 

Signal Mtn

Cassidy McCarter

Kelsey McGowan

 


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