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Monday Round-up: Cyclones Take Win At Tennessee High; Bulldogs Sweep

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Baseball
Elizabethton 8, Tennessee High 6
The Cyclones picked up a key win on Monday night.

Elizabethton scored three runs in the top of the fifth to break a 3-3 stalemate and then added two more in the top of the sixth.

The Vikings answered with three runs in the home side of the sixth, but EHS was able to hold on for the win.

Gage Treadway had a banner day as he went 4-for-4 at the plate with three RBI, while picking up the win on the mound as he allowed just two earned runs on three hits with seven strikeouts.

Peyton Johnson was 3-for-4, while Cade Russell and Kaleb Hambrick each added two hits.

As a team, Elizabethton outhit Tennessee High 13-4.

Hampton 9, Hancock County 4
Hampton 14, Hancock County 5
The Bulldogs picked up a doubleheader sweep on Monday afternoon.

In the first game, Hampton methodically pulled away to take the 9-4 victory.

Caleb Royston had three RBI, while McKinley Kuhn added two RBI. Jonathon Greenwell and Conor Jones had two hits apiece.

The second game saw Hampton plate seven runs in the top of the fourth to leave no doubt.

Chance Point, Kalway Heaton, and Kuhn had two RBI apiece.

Kyler Lewis picked up the win on the mound as he allowed just two earned runs on six hits with eight strikeouts.

Johnson County 6, Happy Valley 5
The Warriors saw a late rally come up short in a heartbreaking fashion.

HV plated four runs in the top of the seventh inning to tie the game, but Johnson County was able to walk off after Asa Lewis was hit by a pitch with bases loaded.

Pedro Colunga was 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Warriors, while Drew Blevins, Colby Chausse, and James Hartley each added a hit.

On the mound, Andrew Little struck out nine Longhorn batters and allowed just four earned runs on seven hits in five innings of work.

Softball
Science Hill 12, Elizabethton 2
Maely Ingram went 3-for-4, but the Lady Cyclones were unable to get a road win on Monday.

Madisun Pritchard also had multiple hits in the game.

Dobyns-Bennett 8, Happy Valley 1
The Lady Warriors came up short on the road against DB.
Maddie Lingerfelt and Alleah Grindstaff had two hits apiece for Happy Valley.

David Crockett 9, Unaka 3
The Rangers were unable to keep pace with Crockett on Monday.

Trinity Bowers and Sadie Shoun had two hits apiece, while Lyndie Ramsey, Alana Parsons, Hailey Gilman, and Mattie Salyer each had a hit.

Gilman had two RBI.

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