Elizabethton 10, Johnson County 4 (Baseball)
The Cyclones used a big fifth inning to storm their way to a District 1-A win.
Elizabethton answered a lone Johnson County run in the top of the first with three of their own in the home side of the frame. After each team added a run, Elizabethton scored six runs in the fifth inning to take a 10-2 advantage. From there, EHS was able to keep the Longhorns at bay.
Matthew Dailey was 2-for-2 at the plate, while Jaden Anderson tallied two hits. Bryson Rollins had two RBI for EHS.
On the mound, Dailey picked up the win as he allowed just two earned runs on six hits in six innings of work.
Unaka 5, Cloudland 0 (baseball)
John Ramsey was a puzzle that the ‘Landers were unable to solve on Tuesday.
The senior hurler struck out 18 Cloudland batters to power the Rangers to a District 1-A win. Davy Ensor tallied two hits for the rangers, while Bryson Street recorded three RBIs.
For Cloudland, Dillon Johnson recorded both of Cloudland’s hits, while also limiting the Ranger with a solid performance on the mound.
Unicoi County 11, Happy Valley 6 (Baseball)
The Warriors were unable to keep pace with hot Unicoi bats on Tuesday.
Happy Valley jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the top of the second, but Unicoi answered with four runs in the home side of the frame and three more runs in the third.
HV chipped away at the advantage in the fourth, but the Blue Devils were able to get a little more breathing room in the fifth and sixth innings.
Caden Ward, Hunter Smith, Drew Turner and Zac Workman each recorded a hit. Jacob Absher had two RBIs.
North Greene 9, Hampton 4 (Baseball)
The Bulldogs were unable to rally past North Greene on Tuesday evening.
Hampton answered two early North Greene runs with two in the bottom of the third, but the Huskies responded with three runs in the top of the fourth. HHS continued to battle, but was unable to mount a rally.
Weston Street had two hits for Hampton, while Caleb Oaks, Dalton Rouse, Hunter Haynes, Landen Street and Morgan Lyons each had a hit for the Bulldog cause. Caleb Royston had a strong showing on the mount as he allowed just five earned runs on eight hits with four strikeouts.