Cloudland 4, Happy Valley 3 (softball)
The Lady ‘Landers held off a seventh-inning rally by the Lady Warriors.
Cloudland took the lead in the sixth inning that saw Krisi Bare drive in two runs to give CHS a 4-2 advantage. Happy Valley answered the call in the top of the seventh as Kadi Havner hit a leadoff home run to close the gap. After the Havner homerun, Maddie Lingerfelt represented the tying run on base, but HV was unable to tie the game after CHS grabbed the third out.
Cloudland was led by Jasmine Birchfield who went 2-for-3. Claire Johnson and Lingerfelt finished with two hits each.
Hampton 14, Hancock County 2 (Baseball)
The Bulldogs won their fourth game out of the last five and nabbed their first road win of the season.
Devin Riddle pitched a gem in just over four innings of work to lead the Bulldogs. In all, the Hampton pitching staff held Hancock County to just three hits in the game.
Mitchell Tolley and Morgan Lyons had two hits apiece, while Parker Henry added two RBIs.
Elizabethton 11, David Crockett 0 (Baseball)
The Cyclones saw Lawson Wagner set a dominate tone on the mound and never looked back against David Crockett.
Wagner allowed just two hits on the mound as he pitched all five innings – while only throwing for 46 pitches.
At the plate, Elizabethton saw Matthew Dailey tally two hits, while Karson Dillard, Bryson Rollins, Evan Perkins and Jaden Anderson each added a hit. Perkins finished the game with four RBIs. Dailey and Dillard added three RBIs apiece.
Elizabethton 6, Sweetwater 4 (Softball)
Knox Halls 9, Elizabethton 7
The Lady Cyclones took one of two games at the Gibbs Softball Classic on Friday evening.
In their first game, EHS scored seven unanswered runs, but was unable to close the gap any further.
Maggie Johnson and Kira Dillard had two hits apiece for EHS, while Kallista Deprimo tallied three RBIs. Kaylen Shell, Autumn Hensley and Deprimo each added a hit.
Marley Wagner allowed just four earned runs on three hits in just over two innings of work for EHS.
The second game again Sweetwater saw EHS methodically pull away and then hold on in the final inning.
Maddie O’Quin and Deprimo had two hits apiece for EHS, while Wagner had a home run in the game. In the circle, Hannah Edwards and O’Quinn split pitching duty and combined to allowed just three earned runs on nine hits.