Hampton 5, Happy Valley 2
The Lady Bulldogs picked up another win over a county rival Thursday evening.
Hampton jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the bottom of the first as Briley Davis, Abbie Lunsford, and Mallory Lamb scored runs. HV answered in the top of the second as Reagan Street scored after getting on base with a double.
HV pulled within a run in the top of the fifth as Ella Marvel crossed home plate. Hampton, however, used a run from Davis in the bottom of the fifth and a Ryleigh Nickles run in the bottom of the sixth to secure the win.
Rachel Fair was 2-of-3 to lead Hampton at the plate, while Davis led HV with two hits.
Volunteer 5, Elizabethton 1
The Lady Cyclones were unable to answer late runs from Volunteer.
Elizabethton took a 1-0 lead in the home side of the third as Hannah Morgan scored off a Maely Ingram double. Volunteer, however, scored two runs in the sixth to take the lead and three more in the seventh to take the win despite a hard-fought battle from Elizabethton.
Mollie Johnson and Ember Jensen had two hits a piece for EHS. Ingram and Morgan had a hit apiece.
In the pitching circle, Lela Byrd struck out six batters and allowed just three earned runs on six hits.
David Crockett 8, Unaka 1
The Lady Rangers were unable to rally on Thursday.
Crockett took a 4-0 lead in the second inning and was able to keep Unaka at bay to pick up the win.
Jill Faust went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Unaka.
Faust also recorded an RBI as she drove Trinity Bowers for a run in the top of the fourth.
FCA Flames 7, Unaka 1
The Rangers were unable to keep pace with a consistent offensive attack of the Flames.
After FCA took a 1-0 lead in the top of the first, Unaka answered with a run of their own to tie the game. From there, FCA was able to slowly pull away to take the win.
Landon Ramsey went 3-for-3 at the plate for Unaka, while Kyler Townsend finished with two hits.
Elijah Johnson, John Melandez, and Evan Denton each had two hits.
Tennessee High 11, Elizabethton 2
Elizabethton was unable to overcome a slow start on Thursday night.
The Vikings jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the top of the first and slowly pulled away.
Elizabethton continued to battle plating runs in the sixth and seventh, but they were unable to mount a rally.
Bryson Rowland, Peyton Johnson, Brilee Hurley, and Brayden Buckles had a hit apiece for EHS. Hayden Nave and Hurley recorded an RBI apiece.