Friday game 1 at UT (Showcase Elite 17u vs TN Patriots)
Not much offense in the first 3 innings until the Showcase Elite scored 3 runs in the bottom of the 4th inning. #5 Chamber plated the first run with a sac fly into deep left center. Also in the inning, the center fielder Lipscomb had a triple in the left center gap. He finished the game 3-4 including a triple, 2 singles, and 2 RBIs. The TN Patriots scored their lone run of the game after drawing 3 walks scoring 1. Starting pitcher Nephew, for Showcase had a good day as he pitched 4.2 innings striking out 8 batters and only giving up 1 run and 1 hit. The offensive standout for the Patriots was leadoff hitter Brandon Paul who went 2-3 with 2 singles. The final score of the game was Showcase Elite 17u 5, TN Patriots 1.
Friday game 2 at UT (Morristown Senators vs TN Patriots)
The Morristown Senators had hot bats and good eyes in the 3 inning contest as they score 15 runs! The Senators started the game with 5 consecutive hits including #15 Kyle Lewis’ 3 RBI double to make it a 4-0 ball game. Lewis finished the day 2-2 with 4 RBIs and a walk. The Senators had a good a good approach at the plate as they draw 11 walks and had 12 hits. Another offensive standout for the Senators was #1 Jeb Hurst who displayed that he could hit the ball to either side of the field as he went 2-2 and 2 RBIs. The Patriots only managed to reach base one time from an error by the pitcher. The Senators’ starting pitcher, Lawson Wagner held the Patriots to no hits and 4 strikeouts in the 2 innings he pitched. The final score of the game was Morristown Senators 15, TN Patriots 0.
Friday game 3 at UT (Carolina Prowl vs Game On Futures)
The Carolina Prowl began producing runs in the first innings as they manage 1 run off of 2 hits. #9 Paxton Tolleson had a 2 out single up the middle and #4 Austin Parr followed with another single to drive him in. The Prowl tacked on 4 more in the bottom of the 3rd inning sparked by #12 Jake Murrary’s sac fly scoring another run making it a 6-0 ball game. Offensive standout for the Prowl was #17 Drew Settle who went 2-3 with a single, double, and 4 RBIs! For Game On Futures they scored their first run in the top of the 5th off of an error in the field. In the 6th inning the Futures had a lead off double by Adam Lowery leading them to another 2 runs. The final score of the game was Carolina Prowl 9, Game On Futures 3.
Friday game 4 at UT (Game On Prospects vs T.S. Crusaders)
The Game On Prospects scored their first run of the game early on in the top of the first inning helped by #39 Hunter G. with his RBI double deep into right field. Offensive standout for Game On was leadoff batter Bryce S. who went 3-3 with 3 singles to his name. Game On continued to produced runs in the 2nd as they tack on a pair. #40 Greyson C. had an RBI situational ground ball to the second baseman. The T.S. Crusaders did not manage to score in the first 4 innings however they rallied 5 runs in the 5th inning. #7 Cliff had an RBI double down the left field line to help his team. Also in the inning center fielder, Stone, had a well placed sac fly to plate a run extending their lead. The final score of the game was T.S. Crusaders 8, Game On Prospects 5.
Friday game 5 at UT (Diamond Academy Legends vs TBM Outlaws)
The TBM Outlaws started the game off on the right foot scoring a run in the first inning. The three hole batter, #9 Hinton reached base on a single and then stole 2 bases later he scored on a passed ball. The Outlaws get back to scoring runs in the bottom of the 3rd inning as they put a pair of runs on the board. #31 Meadows for the Outlaws leadoff the inning reaching base via a single into right field. Following the hit, #22 Godwin drove him in with a single. The Outlaw pitching staff did really well as they hold Diamond to no runs. Starting pitcher #18 Cox threw 5 frames giving up no runs and 2 hits while retiring the final 11 batters. The final score of the game was TBM Outlaws 3, Diamond Academy Legends 0.
Friday game 6 at UT (East Tn Elite vs Hard Knox Orioles)
Two really strong ball clubs went head to head in the last game of the day at UT. Both pitching staffs did enough squad to earn a win; however, the Hard Knox Orioles’ bats prevailed in the end. The East Tn Elite’s starting pitcher, Austin McGlamery, threw 3 innings surrendering no runs or hits. The Orioles scored their lone run of the night in the top of the 4th inning when #9 H. Lawrence had a well placed ground ball to drive in a run. Also for the Orioles 4 hole batter D. Holmes went 1-2 with a double and a walk. Offensively for Elite, #16 Chris Harmon went 2-2 with 2 singles. The final score of the game was Hard Knox Orioles 1, East Tn Elite 0.
Saturday game 1 at UT (Fury vs NRV Tigers)
A pitching duel was in store for the first game of the day at UT as the first hit of the game was made in the top of the 5th inning. Team Fury was held to 2 hits in the ball game by starting pitcher Sean Gibbons. He threw 7 innings gave up no runs, allowed 2 hits, and struckout 12. Fury’s first baseman Dennis got a single and shortstop Key also had a hit. In the 6th inning the Tigers showed some life with Logan Burchett leading off the inning with a single and Andrew Dalton with a base hit following; however, no runs came to score. In the bottom of the 7th inning Caleb Pritchard walked the game off with a single into right center. The final score of the game was NRV Tigers 1, Fury 0.
Saturday game 2 at UT (Morristown Senators 16u vs 323)
In the bottom of the first inning 323 scored 9 runs! In the innings they drew 6 walks and had 4 extra base hits. #17 A. Worde had an RBI triple and then #18 the left fielder had a 3 RBI triple extending the lead. In the second inning 323 score a pair off of leadoff hitter L. Ford’s single up the middle. Ford finished the day reaching base 3 times including 2 hits. #15 for 323 had an inside the park homerun to bring in 3 runs in the 3rd innings. In the top of the 3rd inning, leadoff batter Jacob K. had an RBI single driving in Jordan W. who also had a single to lead off the inning. The final score of the game was 323 16, Morristown Senators 16u 1.
Saturday game 3 at UT (BC Athletics Boynton vs Aces Elite)
The Bc Athletics Boynton jumped out to a 6-0 lead as they scored 6 runs in the top of the second inning. #8 Anthony Sherrill sparked the rally with a sac fly bringing in the first run of the game. Sherrill finished the day 1-1 with 2 sac flies and 3 RBIs. The Aces scored their only run of the ball game in the bottom of the 4th inning when #42 Sebastian Scott drove in a run with a single. Also for Aces Elite in the first inning the leadoff batter Caden Pachis had a triple to the wall; however, he failed to reach the plate. In the top of the 5th inning the Athletics put another 5 runs on the board extending their lead. In the inning #2 Ryan Degges had a ground rule double scoring one run. Degges finished the day a homerun shy of the cycle going 4-4 with a triple, double, 2 singles, and 2 RBIs. The final score of the game was Bc Athletics 16, Aces Elite 1.
Saturday game 4 at UT (Fury vs ECB White)
Team Fury began the game well with 1 run in the bottom of the first off of a double by Chase M. and good base running to follow. Chase finished the game 2-3! The Fury pitching staff did well as Jarrett A. threw really well innings giving up no runs and only 2 hits. Offensive standout for the Braves was A. Dorr who did not record a hit; however, he drove in his teams lone run in the ball game. In the 4th and 5th inning Fury scored 3 runs giving them a commanding lead. #42 Jake R. from Fury had a really good day as he went 2-3 with a double, single, and 2 RBIs. The final score of the game was Fury 7, ECB 1.
Saturday game 5 at UT (BCA Sweet vs T.S. Crusaders)
BC Athletics Sweet started the game hot as they scored 6 runs off of 5 hits in the first inning. #22 Will Nelms had an RBI double to left center to score the first run of the game and immediately following was Jaylen Jones who had an RBI double off the wall. In the same inning #13 Jonathan Milloway had a 2 RBI double making it a 6-0 ball game. For the Crusaders there was not much offense to talk about as they only manage to record 2 hits. #10 Jesse S. had a huge double in the first inning and #00 Hayden R. had a single in the 2nd inning. The starting pitcher for Fury was #14 Bay Griffin who pitched a complete game 2 hitter! The final score of the game was BCA Sweet 10, T.S. Crusaders 0.
Saturday game 6 at UT (Max Power vs TN Stars)
The Tennessee Stars started the game off well with a run in the first. Clean up batter #16 Prufitt drove in a run with a single giving them an early 1-0 lead. Max Power answered right back with 2 runs of their own in the second inning. The leadoff batter reached base via an error and then #11 Dugle drove him in with an RBI single. In the top of the 5th inning the Stars tied the game at 3 a piece when #28 White had an RBI line drive single to right field. Immediately following #2 AH had a well placed ground ball to score another run. In the bottom of the 5th inning #4 Griffin had a triple over the left fielder’s head. #13 Cline brought in 2 runs to take a 5-3 lead with a single to the outfield. The final score of the game was Max Power 5, Tennessee Stars 3.
Sunday game 1 at UT (Pro Concepts vs Rawlings SE)
Pro Concepts got a run on the board in the top of the second inning from the help of #00 Tipton who lead the inning off with a double down the left field line. Following the double #14 Williams drove him in with a single making it a 1-0 ball game. Rawlings SE answered with 3 of their own in the bottom half of the inning. #30 Seals lead the inning off with a double and a few walks later #25 Seagraves drove in 2 runs to take the lead. Seagraves finished the day going 3-3 all being singles. In the 3rd inning Rawlings had another 3 runs coming off a couple errors and an RBI double from #33 Hayslip making it a 6-1 game. Rawling had another rally in the 5th inning scoring 4 runs finishing the game by run rule. The final score of the game was Rawlings SE 11, Pro Concepts 1.
Sunday game 2 at UT (TN Longhorns Baseball vs RBI Titans)
The TN Longhorns struck first in the bottom of the second innings scoring 3 runs. #11 Porter D. lead the innings off with a linedrive single up the middle. The Longhorns took advantage of an error in the field and stole a couple bases to score 2 runs. They score their third run when #15 Thorton Z. had a sac fly making it a 3-0 ball game. The RBI Titans took the lead in the top of the 4th inning when they scored 4 runs. The right fielder Hale drove in the first run of the inning with a single to the outfield sparking the rally. The Longhorns brought in pinch hitter #34 in the biggest at bat of the game and he delivered with a 2 RBI single to take the lead back! The final score of the game was TN Longhorn Baseball 5, RBI Titans 4.
Sunday game 3 at UT (TN Nationals vs NRV Tigers)
The NRV Tigers scored their lone run of the game in the bottom of the second. They had a double from the left fielder E. Meier to set up #16 E. Birdsay to knock him in with a single making it a 1-0 ball game. The NRV Tigers’ bats seemed cold until they strike for 3 runs in the 5th inning and 4 runs in the 6th inning. #23 Shaffner hit a huge 3 run home run over the right field wall taking the 3-1 lead. In the 6th #6 Parmelee had a 2 RBI single extending the lead over the Nationals. The Tigers’ starting pitcher Campbell threw a really good game going the full 7 innings only giving up one run! The final score of the game was NRV Tigers 8, TN Nationals 1.
Sunday game 5 at UT (Pro Hitting vs Tennessee Stix)
The Tennessee Stix started the game hot with 2 runs in the first inning. The lead off batter #22 Allen reached base via a single. Good base running and a well placed ground ball to second from #7 Aolbert scored their first run. In the 3rd inning the Stix score another run driven in again by Aolbert with a single making it a 3-0 ball game (He finished the game 2-3 with a triple, single, and 2 RBIs). Pro Hitting answer back with 3 runs of their own in the bottom half of the 3rd. #8 Tipton sparked the rally driving in a run with a single to right and then #42 Edington drove in the tying run with a single making it 3-3. Pro Hitting scored their 4th run in the 6th inning as #6 Grooms gets a single and scores off a passed ball. The final score of the game was Pro Hitting 4, Tennessee Stix 3.
TBM Outlaws vs. Morristown Senators
The Outlaws pulled out a complete game victory over the Senators with a final of 6-5. The Senators got the lead early by scoring 1 in the top of the 1st and 2 in the 2nd. The Outlaws got on the board for the 1st time in the 2nd when they were able to score 1 run. The senators extended their 3-1 lead even more to a 4-1 lead in the 3rd. However, the Outlaws started their comeback in the 4th scoring 1 in the 4th, and 2 in the 5th to tie it. The Senators jumped back ahead one run in the 6th, but couldn’t hold the lead. The outlaws scored 2 again in the 6th, then proceeded to hold the senators in the 7th to secure the win.
BCA Sweet vs TN Force
TN Fury won the game with a final score of 9-4. BCA grabbed the early lead by putting up a run in the top of the 1st. However, they could not hold that lead, giving up 4 in the bottom of the inning. Fury increased their lead even larger in the 2nd, scoring 3 and scoring on in the 3rd. BCA ended their scoring drought in the 4th by sending 2 runs across the plate to make the score 8-3. Fury was able to take advantage of some timely hits to increase the score to 9-3. BCA started to rally in the 6th, but it was quickly shut down due to some unfortunate outs.
Showcase Elite vs. Legends Baseball
Showcase jumped out big in the top of the 1st, scoring 7 runs. They were rallying really well, able to put 5 runs across before an out was ever recorded. Legends answered in the bottom of the 2nd by scoring 2 runs of their own. However, Showcase grew their lead even more in the 3rd to 11-2. Legends tried to make a comeback, but the rally was cut short, only getting 1 run. Showcase’s lead gradually just kept increasing until they had a 13-3 lead in the 5th, giving them the run-rule win.
Rawlings vs. RBI Titans
Rawlings used their dominant bats to pull out a 5-1 win over the Titans. Rawlings were the first to score in the game, squeaking a run across in the bottom of the 2nd. The game consisted of great pitching from both sides. For the Titans, #23 Harry threw really well for his team, keeping his team in contention against a very solid Rawlings lineup. RBI had some great bats on their side too, but the Rawlings defense matched their offense in skill. The game stayed really close until the 5th inning when Rawlings put up 2 runs to make the game 5-1.
Orioles vs. Tiger
Tigers came back to beat the Orioles with a final of 7-3. The Orioles jumped ahead early in the bottom of the 1st, driving home a total of 3 runs. The Tigers jumped right back to get 2 of the runs back in the top of the 2nd. The Tigers were able to put even more runs across in the top of the 3rd, giving them the lead at 5-3. The Tigers held the lead and even grew it some, holding a solid 7-3 lead going into the 7th inning
TN Nationals vs. 323 Baseball
323 won the game in run-rule fashion with a final score of 9-0 after 6 innings. 323 was the first to score in the game, sending home a single run in the top of the 2nd. Thanks to some well-timed hits, 323 expanded the lead in the 3rd to put the score at 4-0. 323 was dominating the hitting side of the game, having another big inning in the 5th, making the score 9-0. On the defensive side of the game, 323’s pitcher #15 Jackson Seritt was great off the mound for his team, keeping every Nationals hitter off balance.
Fury vs. Rawlings Southeast
Rawlings pulled out a late innings win over Fury with a final score of 7-3. Rawlings started the game on top, pushing 1 run across in the top of the 1st. However, thanks to a few extra base hits, Fury took the lead for themselves at 2-1. Rawlings came right back, taking the lead again at 3-2. After the first couple innings scoring was silenced on both sides until the 5th, when Fury was able to tie the game up at 3-3. It wasn’t until the top of the 7th that Rawlings was able to break it open, putting up 4 in the top of the 7th.