Wednesday Round-up: Cloudland baseball breaks into win column



Cloudland 4, Cosby 1 (baseball)
The ‘Landers broke into the win column with a big second inning on Wednesday.

Cloudland took a 4-0 lead in the bottom of the second and then held on for the win.

Brayden Christman, Josh Stevens and Collin Morgan had two hits apiece, while Dillon Johnson added a hit.

On the mound, Morgan picked up just three unearned runs on three hits with nine strikeouts in just over six innings of work. Josh Stevens earned the save as he recorded the last two outs – including a strikeout.

Elizabethton 9, Sullivan South 0 (baseball)
The Cyclones continued to roll on Wednesday by blanking the Rebels.

EHS jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the opening inning, and never looked back as they rolled to the win.

Bryson Rollins, Evan Carter and Matthew Dailey each had two hits apiece with Dailey tallying three RBIs in the game. Evan Perkins and Ashton Wilson each added a hit.

On the mound, Dailey and Wilson combined to hold the Rebels without a hit.

University High 5, Unaka 1 (baseball)
The Rangers were unable to hold on late against the Buccaneers.

Unaka took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the second when Austin Drew scored off a Daniel Shearl hit. UH, However, UH took the lead in the sixth inning with four runs in the frame.

From there, the Rangers were unable to get back in front.

Davy Ensor tallied two hits for the Rangers, while John Ramsey, Da. Ensor and Shearl each recorded a hit.

On the mound, Ramsey allowed just four runs on four hits with 11 strikeouts.

Sullivan East 11, Elizabethton 2 (softball)
Elizabethton was unable to keep pace with two big innings from Sullivan East.

After the Lady Cyclones took a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the first, the Lady Patriots plated five runs in the top of the second to seize control. Any thoughts of a comeback were erased in the top of the sixth as East added five more runs.

Maddie O’Quinn, Maggie Johnson and Kira Dillard had two hits apiece, while Kaylen Shell added a single hit.


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