Tuesday Round-up: Lady Cyclones Roll Past East; Lyons Powers Hampton Past Unaka



Elizabethton 11, Sullivan East 1
The Lady Cyclones erased a one-one deficit in the third and never looked back.

After entering the bottom of the third trailing 1-0, Elizabethton’s offense got rolling as EHS plated five runs to take the lead. With another run in the fourth, EHS secured the win with five more runs in the home side of the sixth.

Maddie O’Quinn was 3-for-4 with two RBI, while Mollie Johnson had two hits and two RBI.

Madisun Pritchard and Cheyenne Poiroux added a hit and RBI apiece.

In the pitching circle, Pritchard allowed just one earned run on six hits.

Hampton 19, Unaka 1
Morgan Lyons had a night on Tuesday.

Lyons led Hampton as he had seven RBI including two home runs in the first inning – one of which was a grand slam.

Hampton jumped out to an 11-1 lead in the first inning and never looked back.

Lyon was 3-for-4 at the plate, while Caleb Royston added three hits for the Bulldog cause.

Brody Hicks and Conor Jones each had two hits apiece.
Kyler Townsend and Logan Lewis each recorded a hit for Unaka.

On the mound, Hicks picked up the win as he allowed one earned run on two hits in four innings of work with seven strikeouts.

Elizabethton 8, Sullivan East 0
The Cyclones rolled to a win on Tuesday night.

Riley Vernon tallied three goals, while Isaac Hurley added two more to the Cyclone cause.

Nathan Hurley, Tyler Jenkins, and Andrew Ferguson each tallied a goal.

Girls Tennis
Elizabethton 6, Sullivan East 3
The Lady Cyclones picked up a win on Tuesday against Sullivan East.

In singles action, Mattie Davis picked up an 8-5 win at No. 1 singles, while Maggie Rowland was an 8-1 winner at No. 2 singles.

Madelyn Outland and Maylie Stout also picked up singles victories.

The duo of Davis and Rowland captured an 8-3 victory at No. 1 doubles, and Outland and Stout picked up the 8-3 win at No. 3 doubles.

Boys Tennis
Elizabethton 8, Sullivan East 1
Elizabethton stormed past East on Tuesday.

Hudson Amith, Anderson Hallmon, Owen Slagle, Ashton Vest, and Elijah Laney were all winners in singles action.

The Cyclones swept doubles action as well to secure the match.


The Latest

error: Content is protected !!