Month: April 2014

Wednesday’s ETSU-Radford game moved to Thomas Stadium

(Release and photo courtesy of ETSU Athletics) JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. Fla. (April 29, 2014) – Due to severe storms expected to hit the New River Valley, Wednesday’s ETSU-Radford baseball game has been moved to Johnson City. First pitch is set for 6 p.m. at Thomas Stadium. The Bucs were set to make a return trip to Radford after the Highlanders rallied for a 7-6 win over the Blue and Gold last Wednesday at Thomas Stadium, but both coaches agreed to move the game to Thomas Stadium. ETSU (20-22) is expected to start red-shirt senior right-hander Derek Bushey (Richmond, Va.), while the...

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Elizabethton girls track storms to Three Rivers title

(For complete results, click here) It was only fitting that the Elizabethton girls track team came out on top. The Lady Cyclones stormed to the Three Rivers Conference title after the meet, which was originally moved up a day to avoid inclement weather, saw the start delayed due to a severe storm. The Elizabethton boys team finished second to Sullivan South, while Happy Valley girls and boys finished fourth and fifth respectively in the meet. In the relays, the team of Kaitlyn Kincer, Jenna Eaton, Emily Matthes and Kylie Simerly won the 4 x100-meter relay for Happy Valley with...

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April 28: Carter County Cancellations/Postponements

Current Cancellations/Postponements for Carter County on Monday, April 28th Events still listed as a GO The Three Rivers Conference Track Meet at Sullivan North is still on as scheduled for Monday. The meet was moved up from Tuesday late last week. Softball Cancellations Sullivan South at Hampton Elizabethton at University High To add your cancellation/postponement to this list, send us an email/text to [email protected] or send us a tweet...

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No. 8 Tennessee softball edges No. 9 UK

LEXINGTON, Ky. — No. 8 Tennessee softball scored five in the fifth andEllen Renfroe struck out eight over seven strong innings as the Lady Vols took a 9-2 comeback win over No. 9 Kentucky on Sunday to take the season series. Tennessee (39-9, 14-7 SEC) scored one in the second inning, five in the fifth, one in the sixth and two in the seventh. Kentucky (40-11, 13-8 SEC) scored both of its runs in the first inning. With eight strikeouts in the complete-game win, Renfroe (25-5) now has 207 on the season. She is just the second Lady Vol to throw 200 strikeouts...

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Tennessee baseball unable to rally at LSU

(Release and photo courtesy of Tennessee Sports Information) BATON ROUGE, La. – Tennessee baseball rallied from a 4-2 deficit to tie the game in the top of the eighth, but No. 6 LSU answered with a five-run bottom half to clinch the hard-fought series with a 9-4 win on Sunday afternoon at Alex Box Stadium. The Tigers (33-11-1, 12-8-1) plated five runs (three unearned) on just two hits in the eighth. The Vols (26-16, 8-13) handed LSU three free passes in the inning – two walks and a hit by pitch – committed a fielding error and threw two wild...

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