Tuesday Round-up: Lady ‘Lander, Lady Cyclones Take Wins; HV, Hampton Baseball Pick-up Wins



Cloudland 13, University High 3
The Lady ‘Landers scored early and often to take the win over the Lady Bucs.

Cloudland plated six runs in the first and then added seven more to their tally over the next two innings to cruise to the win.

Ella Benfield had three hits to lead CHS – including a homerun and triple – while Bethany Sluder also hit a homerun. Regan Blair hit an inside-the-park homerun for the Blue and Gold.

In the pitching circle, Kendall Birchfield picked up the win as she struck out eight batters and allowed just two earned runs on four hits.

Elizabethton 9, Tennessee High 6
The Lady Cyclones held off a late rally on Monday afternoon.

After plating four wins in the bottom of the sixth to take a 9-2 lead, Elizabethton stopped a Lady Viking rally in the top of the seventh to secure the win.

Maely Ingram led the way for EHS as she was 3-for-4 with four RBI, while Mollie Johnson added three RBI and two hits.

Hannah Morgan also finished with two hits.

Lela Byrd picked up the win as she struck out 10 Lady Vikings and allowed just three earned runs on eight hits.

North Greene 11, Hampton 0
The Lady Bulldogs were unable to rally in league play on the road.

North Greene jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the first and slowly added to their lead from there to take the win.

Mallory Lamb recorded a hit for the Lady Bulldogs.

Johnson County 10, Happy Valley 1
The Lady Warriors came up short on Tuesday.

Regan Street had two hits for Happy Valley.

Tennessee High 13, Elizabethton 1
The Cyclones were unable to keep pace with the hot bats of the Vikings on Tuesday.

EHS saw Tennessee High plate three runs in the first and add eight more in the second to take control.

Kaleb Hambrick was 2-for-3 at the plate for EHS, while Steven Meadows, Brilee Hurley, Bryson Rowland, and Brayden Buckles each added a hit.

Happy Valley 9, North Greene 8
The Warriors picked up a thrilling road win on Tuesday.

HV plated two runs in the top of the seventh – with Ty Johnson driving Drew Blevins across the plate for what would be the game-winning run.

Johnson had two hits and four RBI for the Warriors, while Reagan Ensor and Blevins also finished with two hits apiece. Tucker Shoun added a hit for the HV cause.

Colton Johnson picked up the win as he allowed just five earned runs on four hits with seven strikeouts, while Shoun picked up the save.

Hampton 17, Bethel Christian Academy 0
Hampton 14, Bethel Christian Academy 4
The Bulldogs broke into the win column with a sweep of Bethel Christian Academy on Tuesday afternoon at Scotty Bunton Field.

The Bulldogs jumped out early and left no doubt as they put up 12 runs in the second inning to take full control.

Josh Whitson was 3-for-3 with three RBIs, while Jayden Kuhn and Johnathan Greenwell had two hits apiece.

Brody Hicks picked up the win on the mound as he allowed just one hit and struck out seven batters.

In the second game, Hampton continued to dominate as they took a 12-2 lead into the second inning.

Greenwell and Hicks had two hits apiece, while Kuhn added two RBIs.

On the mound, Kuhn picked up the win as he allowed just three earned runs on four hits.

FCA Flames 7, Unaka 6
A late Unaka rally fell short on Tuesday afternoon.

Landon Ramsey went 2-for-2 with two RBI, while Logan Lewis, Jacob Nidiffer, Jamol Blamo, and Rylan Crabtree each added a hit for Unaka. Brayden Powell, Lewis, and Nidiffer each had an RBI apiece.

On the mound, Ramsey struck out six batters in three innings of work, while Lewis struck out four.

Chuckey-Doak 3, Elizabethton 2
The Cyclones were unable to answer late on the road Tuesday night.
Drake Teague and Riley Vernon each recorded a goal and an assist for Elizabethton.



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