• Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Baseball/Softball Round-up: Tuesday, March 21st


CSAS 1, Grace 0

Nick Luse twirled a complete game shutout for CSAS as they downed Grace. He allowed only one hit and struck out nine Golden Eagle batters. Meanwhile, Grace’s Collin Petty allowed only three hits and struck out five in the pitchers’ duel.

The Patriots picked up the game’s lone run in the top of the third when Jeremiah Nash drew a walk to open up the inning. He stole second, as the next batter struck out looking on a 2-2 pitch. Nash then stole third and scored on a ground out to shortstop.

Hixson 7, East Hamilton 1

Hixson’s bats were working from the first inning as they pushed two runs across in the top of the frame. Cooper Bailey knocked in two runs to lead the Wildcats, while also picking up the win on the mound. Bailey went five innings, allowing two hits, one run, while retiring eight Hurricane hitters on strikes.

Soddy Daisy 6, Sale Creek 0

The Trojans’ Carson Flint tossed a complete game shutout, giving up only two hits and fanning 17 Sale Creek batters.

AJ Florio and R Applegate provided the offensive punch with two hits each. Soddy Daisy had six stolen bases with Florio and Caleb Blanks nabbing two apiece.

Central 11, East Ridge 0

Jacob Wold, Wyatt Ford and Caiden Marler combined to throw a one-hit shutout against East Ridge in the Pounders’ three inning win.

Dakota Ford, Hayden Salinas and Caden Jones provided the offensive punch for Central with two hits each.

Silverdale 11, Ooltewah 2

The Seahawks pounded out 11 hits as they routed the Owls. Ian Reagan had a homerun and two singles in a three RBI day for Silverdale, while Eric Boggess went a perfect four for four at te plate. Brody Lamb had a three run home run for the Seahawks, now 3-3 on the season.

Signal Mountain 4, Red Bank 1

The Eagles finished their sweep of Red Bank with a three run fourth inning with a pair of doubles by C Giles and Ben Timblin. They each had two hits to lead the Signal Mountain offense

Timblin went seven innings on the mound for win, giving up five hits, one walk and striking out nine. The Lions’ Logan Denton also had a complete game, striking out 11 with a lone base on balls in the loss.

Notre Dame 15, CCS 0

The Irish exploded for 11 runs in the top of the first and went to steamroll CCS in a run rule win. Alec Bouchard and Cooper Jones combined for a two hitter, with Bouchard striking out seven Chargers.

Sam Smith and Charles Hunt led Notre Dame at the plate with two hits each.

Bradley Central 19, Howard 0

The Bears banged out 13 hits in their win over Howard. Taylor Duggan was three for three with a pair of RBIs. Luke Keith had two hits for Bradley.

Hunter Jordan took the pitching win, going five innings, allowing two hits and striking out six.

Walker Valley 13, Rhea Co. 4

Braxton Smith singled to score Landon Franklin in the first inning and the Mustangs were off to the races adding three more runs in the inning. Walker Valley managed 13 hits in the contest, with Franklin, Tucker Ownby, Michael Pledge and Felipe Castellanos all garnering two each.

Smith took the pitching win, striking out six in four innings.

Lookout Valley 9, Copper Basin 3

Christian Chandler, Wyatt Hulvey and Alexander Murasso led the Yellow Jackets at the plate, while Jacob Winchester took care of business on the hill. All three hitters had two hits on the day as Chandler had two RBIs and a pair of runs scored. Rylan Collins had a two run homer.

Winchester’s complete game “W” saw him strike out 12 while walking three and allowing four hits.

Marion Co. 21, Tyner 3

The warriors leapt on Tyner pitchers for 18 hits with 12 different players getting a hit. Brody Weeks led the barrage with three hits, while Nathan Hoback had a pair, including a double and triple. Brody Schaefer, Alex Condra and Bryce Weeks each had two hits for Marion co.

Carson Keeler, Brett Webb and Will Knox combined for a two hitter, with a total of 11 strikeouts.

Whitwell 18, Bledsoe Co. 5

The Tigers’ offense lit up the scoreboard with 22 hits against Bledsoe Co. pitching. Hunter Cookston led the way with four hits in four at bats, driving in two runs and scoring two more himself. Colby Elwood and Brandon Easterly had three hits and Dakota Morrison, Caleb Lewis, Brayden Riley, Michael Kilgore Tyson Wilson and Braley Hartlove had two apiece.

Talan Beason got the start for Whitwell and struck out 10 in five innings of work.

Avery Roberson and Johnathan Thomas each had two hits for the Warriors.


Boyd Buchanan 8, CCS 0

The Lady Bucs’ Kinley Ervin was right on target in the circle, tossing a one one hit shutout against CCS. Ervin struck out six in seven innings of work.

Caitlyn Butler and Alli Johnson led Boyd Buchanan at the plate with three hits each. Gracie Petty and Sydney Baker had two hits apiece for the Lady Bucs, who had a total of 15 as a team.

Polk Co. 13, CSAS 1

The Lady Wildcats used an 11 run fourth inning to race past CSAS. N Collins and B Pike each went three for three at the plate to pace Polk Co. on offense.

Pike took the win in the circle, giving up two hits in four innings, striking out six.

East Hamilton 12, Red Bank 0

Ashlyn Watkins struck out nine in three innings of work in the circle, allowing no hits, to lead the Lady Canes to a shut out win over Red Bank. Madeline Evans had two hits to lead East Hamilton on offense.

Lookout Valley 19, East Ridge 6

Lookout Valley’s Kelsey Ford got the pitching win, with seven strike outs in three innings.

Bridgette Rollins had three hits for the Lady Yellow Jackets.

Copper Basin 8, Sale Creek 4

Sale Creek struck first with a run in the top of the first, but the Lady Cougars roared back with three in their half of the inning and stayed on top the rest of the game.

Alexis Hyatt had three hits to lead the win, while Samantha Ware and Riley Hall had two each.

Destiny Pittman threw seven innings, striking out five for the Copper Basin win.

Cassie Wilson had two hits for the Lady Panthers.

Rhea Co. 12, McMinn Co. 0

Lakyn Lockhart, Hailee Kosek, Neylee Poole and Chelsea Reel all had two hits each for Rhea Co. Allie Shaver gave up one hit, while striking out four in the run ruled win.

Bradley Central 26, Howard 0

Chloe Lockhart had three hits for Bradley.

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