Tuesday Round-up: Key Wins Highlight Afternoon



Hampton 3, North Greene 2 (baseball)
The Bulldogs picked up an important district win on Tuesday in walk-off fashion.

After Landen Street pushed a bunt down the first base line, the NG pitcher had a throwing error which allowed Weston Street to record the game winning run.

Dalton Rouse pitched a complete game to get the win as he limited NG to just four hits.

Elizabethton 13, Happy Valley 3 (baseball)
The Cyclones jumped out early and never looked back to complete the series sweep over the Warriors.

Corey Russell led the way as he went 3-for-4 with 4 RBI for Elizabethton, while Evan Perkins added three RBI to the EHS cause. Ethan Eggleston was 3-for-3, while Logan Estep and Matthew Dailey added two hits apiece.

Bryce Carter went 2-for-2 to lead HV, while Jacob Asher recorded 2 RBI.

On the mound, Lawson Wagner picked up the win as he allowed just three runs on six hits in five innings of work.

Cloudland 12, Sullivan North 2 (softball)
Kenzie Birchfield pitched a gem to lead Cloudland to a district win. Birchfield, who also recorded a three-run homerun, allowed just two hits and one earned run with five strikeouts.

Rein Strickland also recorded a homerun for CHS.
Leah Birchfield was 4-for-4 at the plate. Gracie Freeman was also 3-for-4 for CHS.

Unaka 9, University High 0 (softball)
Corie Scheuttler struck out 15 batters and allowed just one hit as the Lady Ranger rolled to a district win on Tuesday evening.

Madison Ensor, Lilly Kiser, Erika Potter and Sarah Tipton had two hits apiece for Unaka. Sarah Elliot and Potter had two RBI a piece.

Other Lady Rangers recording a hit included Madison Pierce, Savannah Tipton, Sidney Markland and Elliott.

Unaka 5, Providence 1 (Baseball)
Unaka 6, Providence 2
John Ramsey threw a no-hitter as the Rangers picked up a nonconference doubleheader sweep of Providence. In the first game, Ramsey struck out eight batters and saw one unearned run go against him in five innings of work.

Dakota Gallimore was 2-for-2 at the plate.

In the second game, eight different Rangers recorded hits to power UHS to the win.

University High 15, Cloudland 0 (baseball)
The ‘Landers were unable to get anything going offensively as the Bucs picked up the series sweep.

CHS was held hitless by three UH pitchers in the five inning game.

For coverage of the Elizabethton-Unicoi County softball game, click here.


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