Unaka 7, University High 0 (softball)
The Lady Rangers picked up a big win on Tuesday.

Unaka’ Corie Schuettler befuddled the Lady Bucs bats with a no-hitter. The Lady Rangers jumped out to a 4-0 lead after the first inning, and never looked back.

The Lady Rangers saw Katlyn Weaver, Taylor Shanks, Haley Fair and Erika Potter record hits in the win.


Unicoi County 3, Elizabethton 1 (baseball)
The Cyclones were unable to battle back in a Three Rivers Clash on Tuesday.

Elizabethton got on the board in the top of the second as Colten Miller scored off a Logan Estep hit. The Blue Devils, however, countered with two runs of their own in the home side of the inning.

Unicoi added to their lead in the fourth with a run.

Ethan Eggleston went 1-for-2 at the plate, while Michael Robinson, Evan Perkins, Brodie Adams and Jesse Carr went 1-for-3.

Garrett Hartley struck out nine batters in five innings of work allowing just three unearned runs on four hits.

Sullivan South 6, Happy Valley 1 (baseball)
The Warriors were unable to keep pace with the Raider bats on Tuesday.

After trailing 2-0 after an inning of play, North outscored HV 4-1 in the final four innings to secure the win.

Despite the loss, Taylor Hurley threw a gem for the Warriors on the mount as he struck out 10 batters and allowed just three earned runs on six hits.

Will Hampton went 2-for-3 at the plate, while Bart Wilson went 1-of-2. Sage Haun, Bailey Conley and Tyler Hurley each added a hit to the Warrior cause.

Unaka 17, Twin Springs (Va.) 2 (baseball)
Blake King recorded a homerun and four RBIs to power the Rangers to a convincing non-conference win. The Rangers scored 12 runs in the first two innings to set the tone early.

Davy Ensor, John-Wesley Hardin, Justin Houghton, Bryson Street and King all add two hits apiece in the win.

Hardin picked up the win as he allowed just two hits and four strikeouts in three innings of work.

 North Greene 5, Hampton 1 (baseball)
The Bulldogs were unable to capitalize on a strong performance from Wyatt Lyons as they were handed their first loss in District action.

Lyons recorded seven strikeouts and one hit through the first five innings. With two hits, the senior was relieved as he finished with three earned runs on three hits.