Elizabethton 8, Happy Valley 1 (softball)
The Lady Cyclones plated four runs in the bottom of the sixth to pull away for a Tuesday Three Rivers Conference win.
Kallista Deprimo and Emma O’Quinn had two hits apiece, while Ember Jensen recorded two RBI for the Lady Cyclones. Madisun Pritchard, Kenidy Harris, Mollie Johnson, and Jensen each had a hit for EHS.
In the pitching circle, Pritchard picked up the win as she allowed just one earned run on four hits for seven strikeouts.
Abby Holt had one hit and a RBI for the Lady Warriors. Maddie Lingerfelt, Reagan Street, and Cierra Southerland had a hit apiece.
Holt was handed the loss despite allowing no earned runs on seven hits.
Elizabethton 9, Sullivan South 5 (baseball)
The Cyclones overcame an early deficit to take another Three Rivers win on Tuesday night.
After trailing 2-0 after the third, Elizabethton got a run back in the top of the fourth and then plated eight more in the top of the fifth to take control of the game.
Elijah Birdsong had two hits and three RBI, while Jaden Anderson and Noah Rosato had two hits apiece. Cade Russell, Bryson Rollins, Gage Treadway, and Ashton Wilson each had a hit.
On the mound, Treadway picked up the win as he allowed two earned runs on five hits with three strikeouts in five innings of work.
Johnson County 13, Happy Valley 7
Johnson County 13, Happy Valley 7 (baseball)
The Warriors came up short in a thrilling doubleheader in Mountain City on Tuesday.
The first game saw HV jump out to a 4-0 lead in the opening frame, but Johnson County answered with nine runs in the home side of the first. HV continued to battle, but was unable to complete the comeback.
Andrew Little had two hits and a RBI for HV, while Lucas Chausse also had a hit.
The second game saw the Longhorns jump out early, but the Warriors continued to claw away and stay within striking distance.
Chausse was 3-for-4 with four RBI for the Warriors, while Little went 2-for-3.
On the mound, Eli Ayers recorded six strikeouts and recorded four unearned runs on three hits in four innings of work.
North Greene 11, Unaka 0
North Greene 10, Unaka 0 (baseball)
The Rangers were unable to keep up with the hot bats of North Greene on Tuesday afternoon in a doubleheader.
Unaka was limited to just four hits in the second game after being held to just two in the opening game.