Monday Round-up: Lady Rangers, Hampton baseball take opening day wins

Carter County Sports

Unaka 11, Happy Valley 0 (softball)
The Lady Rangers kicked off the season with a strong win over a county foe.

Alana Parsons was 3-for-4 – including a homerun – with three RBI to lead Unaka, while Kendall Bare was 2-for-4 with two RBI. Sadie Shoun and Hailey Gilman had two RBI apiece.

Kailey Wilson picked p the win on the mound as she allowed just six hits in four innings of work.

For the Lady Warriors, Olivia Absher and Laura Rice had two hits apiece to lead the way. Maddie Lingerfelt, CiCi Southerland, Claire Johnson and Abbie Holt each added a hit.

Hampton 11, FCA Flames 4 (baseball)
Josh Stout had three RBI to lead the Bulldogs to an opening day win.

Weston Street, Caleb Royston, Josh Owens and Stout each had two hits apiece. As a team, Hampton finished with 11 hits.

On the mound, Dylan Rouse picked up the win.

The Bulldogs are slated to travel to Washburn on Tuesday for a doubleheader.

Daniel Boone 5, Elizabethton 0 (baseball)
The Cyclones were unable to get anything going on opening day.

Elizabethton saw Karson Dillard record a hit in the game. Evan Carter had a strong game on the mound as he struck out six battlers and allowed just four unearned runs on six hits in four innings of work.

Sullivan South 13, Happy Valley 3 (baseball)
The Warriors were unable to overcome a big opening inning by the Rebels.

Jacob Absher was 2-for-3 at the plate to lead HV, while Dylan Willis added a hit. On the mound, Eli Ayers allowed just one earned run on seven hits.

Providence 15, Unaka 2 (baseball)
The Rangers were unable to keep pace with a torrid Knight offensive attack.

Landon Ramsey was 2-for-3 to pace Unaka at the plate, while James Seigfried, Brandon Herbertt, Nolan Bradley and Daniel Shearl each added a hit.

Lucas Carr recorded two strikeouts on the mound.

Grainger 14, Elizabethton 3 (softball)
The Lady Cyclones were unable to open a big fifth inning by Grainger on opening day.

Maddi O’Quinn and Kenidy Harris had a RBI apiece, while Maggie Johnson, Kallista Deprimo, Ember Jensen, O’Quinn and Harris each had a hit.

 

 

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