Friday Round-Up: Lady ‘Landers, Bulldogs Take High-Scoring Wins



Elizabethton 8, Morristown East 3
The Cyclones came up short on Friday night on the road.

After Elizabethton saw the Hurricanes jump out to a 5-0 lead in the bottom of the first, EHS continued to battle.

The Cyclones plated three runs in the top of the fifth but were unable to cut any further into the deficit.

Brilee Hurley and Kaleb Hambrick had two hits apiece with Hambrick adding two RBI.

On the mound, Justin Whitehead struck out three batters while allowing one earned run on nine hits in nearly four innings of work.

Hampton 17, West Greene 15
The Bulldogs won a high-scoring battle on Friday night.

After Hampton opened the game with five runs, West Greene answered with four of their own. The Bulldogs plated five runs in the third, one in the fourth, and six more in the fifth to outlast West Greene for the win.

Brody Hicks had two hits and three RBI, while Jaden Kuhn and Jamie Turbyfill added three RBI apiece. Noah Nichols drove in two runs.

FCA Flames 13, Hancock County 5
The Flames picked up another win on Friday night.

Evan Denton led the way as he went 3-for-4. Carson Shah and Greg Visser had three RBI and two hits.

Cloudland 12, University High 9
The Lady ‘Landers won a thriller in Johnson City Friday afternoon.

The teams traded runs throughout the evening as each squad used bit innings to keep pace to stay within striking distance of the other.

Cloudland outscored UH 3-1 in the closing three innings to secure the league win.

Ryan Turbyfill had three hits and three RBI, while Kendall Birchfield had three RBI and two hits – one of which was a home run.

Savannah McCoury also added two hits including a home run. Ella Benfield had two hits and two RBI, while Caroline Shell also had two hits.

Unaka 15, Patrick Henry (Va.) 1
The Lady Rangers hit the gas in the second inning and never looked back.

Unaka answered the lone run from Patrick Henry with five in the top of the second and it was all Lady Rangers from there.

Jill Faust had five RBI to lead the way, while Kylie Blevins had three RBI and two hits. Mollie Buckles and

Trinity Bowers added three and two RBI, respectively.
Bowers picked up the win as she allowed just one earned run on two hits with eight strikeouts in five innings of work.




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