Tuesday Round-Up: Cyclones Move Past East; Lady Cyclones Win Thriller



Elizabethton 3, Sullivan East 2
The Cyclones picked up a sweep in a tight battle Tuesday night.

After the teams ended the first inning tied at 1-1, Elizabethton added single runs in the third and fourth and then kept the Patriots at bay to secure the win.

Brilee Hurley and Jack Farris were 2-for-3 at the plate for EHS, while Peyton Johnson had two RBI.

Bryson Rowland picked up the win on the mound as he struck out seven batters with one earned run on six hits.
Steven Meadows picked up the save.

South Greene 15, Happy Valley 3
The Warriors were unable to answer a big inning from the Rebels.

South Greene scored 11 runs in the fifth inning to pull away and take the victory over Happy Valley.

Pedro Colunga had three hits, while Tucker Shoun and Gabe McDouglad finished with two hits apiece.

Elizabethton 9, Tennessee High 7
Back-to-back doubles from Lela Byrd and Cheyenne Poiroux lifted Elizabethton to a thrilling win on Tuesday.

As the game entered the final inning tied at 7-7, Ember Jensen and Sadie Williams reached base with singles.

Byrd hit a line drive to left field to plate Jensen, while Poiroux hit a fly ball to center field to bring Williams across the plate to give the Lady Cyclones the lead.

Elizabethton was able to keep Tennessee High from scoring in the home side of the frame to secure the win.

Byrd ended the night with two hits and three RBI, while Kenidy Harris and Poiroux each had two hits and two RBI.

Maely Ingram and Williams also had two hits apiece.
Byrd picked up the win in the pitching circle with nine strikeouts in a complete-game effort.

South Greene 8, Happy Valley 5
The Lady Warriors were unable to overcome a slow start on Tuesday.

South Greene jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first two and a half innings, but the Lady Warriors made a charge with five runs in the home side of the third.

After the Rebels extended the lead in the top of the fifth, HV was unable to answer to complete the rally.

Aleah Grindstaff and Reagen Street were 2-for-3 to pace HV, while Trinity Bowers added a hit and an RBI. Natalie Cline also had an RBI.


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