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Tuesday Round-up: Lady Cyclones, Lady Warriors Win Extra Inning Thrillers; EHS Baseball Holds Off Unicoi

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Elizabethton 4, Unicoi County 3 (baseball)
The Cyclones held on to take a Three Rivers Conference win thrillingly.

The Blue Devils put the game-tying run on second in the bottom of the seventh, but three straight strikeouts by Bryson Rollins secured the win for the Cyclones.

Cooper Tipton was 3-for-4 to lead the way for the Orange and Black, while Jaden Anderson, Noah Rosato, Zak Workman, and Gage Treadway all had two hits apiece.

Treadway picked up the win on the mound as he allowed just three earned runs on eight hits with seven strikeouts in six innings of work.

Rollins picked up the save.

Sullivan East 10, Happy Valley 0 (baseball)
The Warriors were unable to keep the momentum from Monday’s win.

East limited Happy Valley at the plate for a no-hitter. The Warriors were able to get a pair of baserunners on but was unable to get on the board.


North Greene 11, Hampton 0 (baseball)
A day after a thriller in Baileyton, Hampton was unable to match the NG offense.

Josh Owens and Morgan Lyons recorded hits for the Bulldogs, but Hampton was unable to keep pace with a consistent NG offense.

North Greene saw Cayden Foulks throw a complete game as he allowed just two hits and eight strikeouts.

Elizabethton 5, Unicoi County 4 (softball)
The Lady Cyclones worked extra innings for a Three Rivers win on Tuesday.

Cheyenne Poiroux used a sacrifice fly in the top of the 10th to drive in the winning run after Kallista Deprimo and Ember Jensen turned a walk-off double-play in the home side of the frame.

Poiroux had a monster day as she recorded three hits – including a home run – and two RBI. Kenidy Harris also recorded three hits, while Maddie O’Quinn had two hits for the Lady Cyclones.

In the pitching circle, Madisun Pritchard had an outstanding day as she allowed just four earned runs on seven hits while striking out 11 Unicoi batters.

Happy Valley 2, Sullivan South 1 (softball)
Allie Grindstaff knocked in the winning run with a walk-off RBI single that pushed Olivia Absher across home plate in the bottom of the ninth inning.

HV had an impressive performance in the pitching circle from Abby Holt as she allowed just one unearned run on seven hits with 14 strikeouts.

Maddie Lingerfelt went 3-for-4 at the plate, while Cierra Southerland and Absher had two hits apiece.

Unaka 13, North Greene 3 (softball)
The Lady Rangers broke free for eight runs in the fifth to secure a district win over North Greene.

After the game was tied at a run apiece after three complete innings, Unaka edged ahead for a two-run lead in the fourth, and then turned it into a walk-off with the eight-count in the home side of the fifth.

Lyndie Ramsey, Kailey Wilson, Noelle Collins, Kendall Bare, Alana Parsons and Sadie Shoun had two hits apiece with Collins and Parsons recording homeruns.

In the pitching circle, Shoun allowed just two earned runs on seven hits with four strikeouts.

Tennessee High 16, Hampton 0 (softball)
The Lady Bulldogs fought hard but were unable to get anything going against a determined Tennessee High squad.

Elizabethton 9, Sullivan South 0 (soccer)
The Cyclones scored early and often on Tuesday.

Elizabethton saw Brayden Holley scored three goals to set the tone, while Holston Howard and Clay Hopland added two goals apiece.

Riley Vernon and Sean Smithdeal each added a goal apiece.

Elizabethton 6, Sullivan Central 3 (girls tennis)
The Lady Cyclones picked up a Three Rivers Conference win.

At No. 1 singles, Susanna Digby picked up an 8-4 win, while Mattie Davis rolled to an 8-3 victory at No. 2 singles. Chloe Force and Katie Lee also picked up wins at No. 4 and No. 6 singles.

In doubles, Digby and Davis picked up an 8-2 win at No. 1 doubles, and Madelyn outland and Korie Merritt were victorious at No. 3 doubles.

Elizabethton 9, Sullivan Central 0 (boys tennis)
The Cyclones took care of business Tuesday.

Elijah Smith and Kaden Street took 8-0 victories at No. 1 and No. 2 singles, respectively, while Carson Peters picked up an 8-1 win at No. 3.

Smith and Street also took an 8-0 win at No. 1 doubles.

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