Hampton 7, Tri-Cities Christian 2
The Lady Bulldogs took care of business for the win on Monday.
Hampton jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning and then scored runs in the fourth and fifth to secure the win.
Ryleigh Nickles and Abby Willis led the way with two hits, while Rachel Fair scored two runs.
Elizabethton 8, Volunteer 7
The Cyclones won a thriller on Monday by outlasting Volunteer.
In the final half inning, the Falcons rallied to get the winning run at bat, but the Cyclones were able to get out of the jam with the win.
Peyton Johnson had a homerun as part of a two-hit night, while Jack Blevins had two RBI. Steven Meadows also had two hits.
Bryson Rowland picked up the win as he allowed just three earned runs on five hits in four innings of work.
Conner Edmundson pitched three innings and had a strong showing as well as he allowed just four hits with three unearned runs.
Chuckey-Doak 10, Happy Valley 0
The Warriors were unable to answer a pair of big innings from the Black Knights.
The game went scoreless into the fourth before CD scored five runs in the top of the inning and five more in the top of the fifth.
Tucker Shoun struck out five batters and allowed five unearned runs on three hits in four innings of work.
HV was unable to record a hit as Christian Derry threw a no-hitter for Chuckey-Doak.
Hampton 12, Tri-Cities Christian 0
Hampton 12, Tri-Cities Christian 2
Hampton got the brooms out on Monday with a nonconference sweep of Tri-Cities Christian.
In the first game, the Bulldogs jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first inning and never looked back.
Johnny Greenwell was 3-for-3 at the plate, while Tuff Robinson and Jaden Kuhn had two hits apiece.
Brody Hicks had a homerun in the game.
Chance Point picked up the win as he allowed just two earned runs on four hits with six strikeouts.
The second game was much the same as the Bulldogs
raced out to a 4-0 lead in the first frame and then tacked on eight in the second.
Elisha Henson, Hicks, and Kuhn had two hits apiece, while Point had three RBI.
On the mound, Hicks picked up the win as he struck out six batters and allowed just two hits.