Tuesday Round-Up: Lady Warriors, Lady Bulldogs Take Wins



Happy Valley 16, Tri-Cities Christian 12
The Lady Warriors jumped out early and kept Tri-Cities at bay to take the win.

HV plated seven runs in the first to take control.

Ella Marvel had three hits to lead the way, while Maleah Green, Reagan Smith, and Julie Nieminski had multiple hits for the Lady Warriors.

Aleah Grindstaff scored three runs.

Elizabethton 12, Johnson County 1
The Lady Cyclones started rolling and never looked back.

Elizabethton broke onto the board with a single run in the third and fourth and then added four more in the fifth. EHS left no doubt with five runs in the seventh.

Kenidy Harris went 4-for-5 at the plate, while Cheyenne Poiroux, Hannah Morgan, Mollie Johnson, Maely Ingram, and Emma O’Quinn each had two hits in the game. Morgan and Johnson had three and two RBI, respectively.

Ember Jensen added a hit and an RBI.

Lilly McDuffie allowed just one earned run on eight hits with five strikeouts for the complete game win.

Autumn Shepherd led Johnson County as she went 3-for-3.

Hampton 13, University High 3
The Lady Bulldogs battled back from an early deficit in a big way.

After UH took a 2-0 lead in the top of the first, Hampton answered with five runs in the second and eight more in the third to take full control.

Briley Davis led the way as she went 3-for-3, while Abby Willis and Rachel Fair had two RBI apiece. Mallory Lamb added a two-run double.

Fair picked up the win in the circle as she allowed just three unearned runs on five hits in four innings of work.

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South Greene 9, Happy Valley 6
The Warriors were unable to rally past the Rebels despite mounting a comeback in the final innings.

Ty Johnson finished with three RBI and two hits, while Tucker Shoun added two hits and touched home plate three times. Pedro Colunga had two RBIs.

Nakota Graham scored three times for HV.

Unaka 11, Cedar View Christian 1
Landon Ramsey was dealing for the Rangers as he recorded 12 strikeouts and a no-hitter in nonconference action.

Ramsey and the Rangers jumped out early and rolled to the win as they led 5-1 after two innings.

Connor Vines had two hits for Unaka, while Jamol Blamo had three RBI. Logan Lewis had two RBIs.

Elizabethton 5, Sullivan East 3
The Cyclones jumped out early and held on for a road win Tuesday afternoon.

EHS jumped out to a 5-0 lead through the first four innings and then held off an East rally to secure the win.

Peyton Johnson had two hits – including a home run – and three RBI, while Bryson Rowland and Brilee Hurley had two hits apiece.

Hayden Nave, JD Hooks, and Jack Farris each had a hit.
Rowland picked up the win on the mound as he went nearly six innings with four strikeouts, one unearned run, and five hits.

FCA Flames 9, Hampton 5
The Bulldogs dropped a hard-fought battle on Tuesday afternoon.

After the Flames took a 2-0 lead, Hampton stayed within striking distance by countering with runs in the third and fourth. Hampton was able to trim the deficit to just one run in the sixth, but FCA added four runs to extend the lead and keep Hampton at bay.

Brody Hicks went 3-for-3 with an RBI, while Josh Whitson had two hits and two RBI. Johnny Greenwell, Tuff Robinson, and Noah Nichols had a hit apiece.

On the mound, Hicks struck out four batters.

John Melandez went 4-for-4 to lead FCA, while Evan Denton and Carson Shah each had multiple hits.

Keith Austin picked up the win for the Flames as he went seven innings allowing just five runs on seven hits with seven strikeouts.

Unaka 10, Cosby 0
The Rangers saw Ramsey throw a no-hitter to cruise by the Eagles.

With five runs in the first and five more in the third, UHS took the five-inning game by never being threatened.

Ramsey recorded 12 strikeouts, while also adding two hits and two RBI at the plate.

Rylan Crabtree, Braydon Powell, and Micah Gray each had two hits apiece.


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