Elizabethton 12, Richlands (Va.) 6 (Softball)
The Cyclones used a three-homerun performance by Lauren Brickey to take a non conference victory on Tuesday.

Brickey had seven RBI with her three home runs as she went 3-for-5 at the plate.

Haley Fair, Kaylin Shell and Macie Herrmann had two hits apiece for EHS.

In the circle, Kellie Cunningham picked up the win as she allowed six earned runs on 10 hits.


Elizabethton 15, Johnson County 1 (Baseball)
The Cyclones combined for 12 runs in the fourth and fifth innings to cruise past Johnson County.

EHS took a 3-0 lead in the top of the first, and then pushed the advantage to 7-0 in the fourth inning. The Cyclones put the icing on the cake in the fifth with eight runs.

Logan Estep and Ryan Wetzel were both 2-for-4 for EHS. Wetzel and Logan Estep had three RBI apiece.

Tre Shoun had a complete-game victory as he allowed just two hits with one unearned run.

Elizabethton 4, Sullivan Central 0 (Soccer)
The Cyclones scored early and then cruised for a win inside Citizens Bank Stadium.

Jaxton Holly scored the game’s first goal, while Dylan Norby pushed the advantage to 2-0 midway through the first half.

Teagan Bernshausen and Luke Bernshausen had goals in the second half to account for the final score.

Hampton 4, Unaka 0 (baseball)
The Rangers used a one-hitter from John Boy Ramsey to eek out a conference win over county foe Hampton.

Ramsey threw 10 strikeouts and allowing just one hit, while also adding a pair of hits. Isaac Hill was 3-for-4, while Bryson Street had two hits.

Brett Deaton had the lone hit for Hampton. Dru Owens was handed the loss despite limiting the Unaka offense.

Cloudland 1, North Greene 0 (softball)
The Lady ‘Landers picked up a big district win on Tuesday in Roan Mountain.

Cloudland scored the lone run in the fifth inning as Krisi Bare pushed Rein Strickland across home plate with contact.

Kenzie Birchfield pitched a masterful game as she allowed just two hits with six strikeouts.

North Greene 18, Cloudland 0 (baseball)
The ‘Landers were unable to get anything going on Tuesday in district action.

Cloudland saw the Huskies open the game quickly and never looked back as CHS was held without a hit in the game.