Monday Round-up: Cyclones Come Up Short; Lady Cyclones Rally Past Greeneville



Tennessee High 8, Elizabethton 4
The Cyclones were unable to rally late on Monday afternoon.
Tennessee High extended their lead with three runs in the top of the seventh, and the Cyclones battled back but was unable to overcome the deficit.

Bryson Rowland, Brilee Hurley, Steven Meadows, Hayden Nave, and Kaleb Hambrick each had a hit for EHS.

Meadows recorded two RBIs, while Nave and Hambrick added one a piece.

On the mound, Peyton Johnson allowed just two earned runs on two hits with seven strikeouts, while Wesley Shankles recorded five strikeouts and allowed just three unearned runs on two hits.

North Greene 19, Happy Valley 1
The Warriors were unable to withstand a North Greene offensive attack in the sixth on Monday night.

HV jumped out to a 1-0 ead in the second, but the Huskies answered with three runs in the third.

HV trailed 4-1 after five innings. North Greene, however, took full control as they plated 15 runs in the sixth to take the win.

Drew Blevins had one hit for the Warriors, and alos allowed just one earned run on three hits in four innings of work on the mound.

FCA Flames 8, Hampton 3
The Bulldogs were unable to rally against the FCA Flames on Monday afternoon.

Chance Point had two hits to lead the Hampton offensive attack, while Jayden Kuhn added a hit.

Elizabethton 12, Greeneville 5
Greeneville jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the second, but the Lady Cyclones weren’t going to be denied.

EHS played three runs in the third and five more in the fourth to take control and storm back to take the win on Monday afternoon.

Mollie Johnson was 3-for-4 to lead EHS at the plate, while Maely Ingram, Kenidy Harris, Ember Jensen, and Hannah Morgan had two hits apiece. Jensen and Harris had four and three RBI, apiece as each had home runs in the game.

Lela Byrd picked up the win in just over three innings of work as she allowed just one earned run on two hits.

Johnson had a solid outing in the pitching circle as well as she struck out four batters and allowed three earned runs on four hits in just over three innings of work.


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