Unaka 13, University High 5 (softball)
The Lady Rangers kept on scoring on Tuesday to pick up an important District 1-A win.
Unaka scored eight runs in the first inning and added two more in the second to cruise to the win.
Madison Pierce and Lilly Kiser were both 3-for-4 to lead Unaka, while Taylor Shanks, Erika Potter and Sarah Tipton had two hit days.
Corie Scheuttler picked up the win as she allowed just three earned runs on seven hits.
Elizabethton 9, Johnson County 3 (softball)
The Lady Cyclones jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first two innings and never looked back. EHS threw a shutout for six innings as they held a 9-0 lead going to the home side of the seventh where the Lady Longhorns added their three runs.
Maci West was 3-for-4, while Maggie Johnson added two hits.
Kira Dillard, Lauren Brickey, Hannah Edwards and Bailey Creasy also added a hit for the EHS cause.
In the pitching circle, Lauren Brickey picked up the win as she allowed just three hits in four innings of work.
Sullivan East 12, Happy Valley 3 (softball)
Kaitlyn Roberts was 2-for-2 but the Lady Warriors were unable to keep up with a torrid offensive attack from the Lady Patriots.
Roberts accounted for all three of Happy Valley’s runs. Calli Davis and Claire Johnson each had a RBI for HV.
University High 10, Hampton 1 (Baseball)
A day after playing in the snow, the Bulldog bats were unable to get warm against the Bucs.
Dru Owens went 3-for-3 with a run scored that gave Hampton a 1-0 lead in the first when he scored off a Gavin Hardin single.
The Bulldogs, however, were unable to answer a five-run third inning by the Bucs.
Unaka 15, Cloudland 2 (baseball)
The Rangers stayed the course in their pursuit of a conference title in a home victory over Cloudland.
Blake King – who also picked up the win on mound – had an inside-the-park-home run while John Ramsey also added a two-run shot.
Isaac Hill and John Wesley Hardin also added multiple hits for Unaka.
Elizabethton 9, Sullivan South 1 (Baseball)
The Cyclones blew open a scoreless game in the bottom of the fourth with seven runs en route to a Three Rivers Conference win.
Ryan Wetzel was 3-for-4 at the plate, while Evan Carter had three RBI to cap off a 2-for-4 showing. Logan Estep added two hits, while Corey Russell had two RBI for the Cyclone cause.
On the mound, Carter struck out eight batters while allowing just one unearned run on six hits.