Hampton 10, FCA Flames 4 (baseball)
The Bulldogs celebrated senior Devin Riddle in a big way.
Hampton jumped out to a 7-1 lead after three innings and never looked back in the regular season finale. Riddle, who is the lone senior on the Bulldog roster, got the starting nod on the mound and threw a gem as he allowed just two hits in just under four innings of work.
Josh Owens tallied two hits for Hampton, while Caleb Oaks, Caleb Royston, Mitchell Tolley and Morgan Lyons had one hit each.
Daniel Boone 12, Elizabethton 6 (baseball)
The Cyclones were unable to answer late Daniel Boone runs on Tuesday evening.
EHS held a 4-0 lead after the second inning, but the Trailblazers stormed to the lead with six runs in the fifth. Elizabethton looked poised to rally back, but Boone was able to add three runs in the top of the seventh to secure the win.
Evan Perkins, Matthew Dailey, Lawson Wagner, Jaden Anderson, Jacob Mullins and Nico Ashley each had a hit. Wagner had two RBIs.
Cloudland 12, Hancock County 7 (baseball)
The ‘Landers overcame a first-inning deficit to rally for the win in the seventh inning.
Cloudland found themselves down 6-1 after the first inning, but cut three runs off the gap in the second. After the Indians added a run in the bottom of the sixth, CHS entered the final inning down 7-4. However, the ‘Landers went to work by plating eight runs in the seventh to take the win.
Brayden Christman threw a solid game on the mound as he allowed just four unearned runs on three hits with six strikeouts. At the plate, Josh Stevens, Dillon Johnson and Christman had two hits each, while Jordan Issacs and Damian Black had one hit each.
Johnson had a team-high four RBIs.
Happy Valley 4, Johnson County 1 (softball)
Allie Grindstaff knocked in two runs to push Happy Valley past Johnson County in eight innings.
Macy Puckett finished the game with two hits. Maddie Lingerfelt and Laura Rice recorded RBIs to help the Lady Warriors take the win.
South Greene 7, Unaka 4 (softball)
The Lady Rangers were unable to hold on for a road victory Tuesday.
Unaka saw South Greene jump out to a 3-0 lead after the third inning, but the Lady Rangers scored four runs in the fourth to take the lead. However, the Lady Rebels tied it up in the home side of the frame and then slowly added to the lead over the next two innings to take the win.
Madison Pierce had two hits and two RBIs for the Lady Rangers, while Sadie Shoun, Erika Potter, Taylor Shanks, Noelle Collins and Tayla Potter had a hit each.
In the circle, Kailey Wilson allowed just three earned runs on seven hits.