6-14, Big League Wildcats white vs. Arkansas Showcase
Arkansas showcase topped the Big League Wildcats White with a final score of
15-1. Arkansas showcase showed good bats from top to bottom of the order with
consistent hits. Arkansas Showcase blew open the lead in the 3rd inning when they put
up 7 runs. The lead just kept growing after they scored 8 in the 4th. The Wildcats
starting pitcher #3 did a good job of keeping balls in the zone, which was a plus for him.
6/15/19 Warriors Baseball Club Gray vs. Mad Mavericks Morgan
Warriors Baseball Club topped the MAD Mavericks Morgan 8-4. The Warriors
Baseball Club jumped out early with their 5 run inning in the top of the 1st. The MAD
Mavericks took advantage of some mistakes to get one in the bottom. After the 1st, the
scoring got quiet. Neither team scored again until the 5th inning when the Warriors put
up 3 and the Mavericks scored 1. For the Warriors, #17 Durnin looked good at the plate
and at shortstop. The Mavericks catcher, #29 Tyler was solid behind the plate and hit
the ball hard.
6/15/19 Wilson County Brawlers vs. Midwest Select 14u (Coyler)
Wilson County Brawlers beat Midwest Select with a final of 6-3. The game
started off close with both teams going back and forth, but the Brawlers pulled ahead
after they put up some big shutdown zeros. After 5 innings the Brawlers had grew their
lead to 3 runs (5-2). Neither team had any standouts but both teams played generally
6/15/19 Dulin Dodgers Prime vs. Angels Baseball 14u
Dulin Dodgers won over the Angels with a 14-5 final. The game was close after
the 1st inning with the Angels up 3-2, but the Dodgers came back and then some. After
3 the score was 11-3 and the Dodgers just grew their lead from there. The Dodgers hit
well from top to bottom while also taking advantage of some fielding mistakes from the
Angels. Angels pitcher #4 gave up some runs but he maintained a great attitude on the
mound and did well throwing strikes, which enabled him to eat up some innings for his
6/15/19 Arkansas Showcase vs. Showcase 14u Elite
Arkansas Showcase won over Showcase Elite 6-0 after a complete 7 inning
game. Arkansas Showcase jumped up on Showcase Elite quick with at 5-0 lead after 2
innings. Arkansas Showcase hit the ball well from top to bottom of the order. Arkansas
Showcase’s Left fielder looked good at the plate, consistently hitting the ball hard.
Arkansas Showcase’s pitcher #22 also threw a complete game shutout for his team
6/16/19 Building Champions vs. SWA Storm
The game started off back and forth with both teams putting up rally innings.
Building Champions scored 1 in the top of the first to give them an early lead over the
Storm. The storm got the run back to tie it up in the bottom of the 3rd. After 5 the game
was still close with Storm leading 4-2. It went out of hand from there. The storm top to
bottom are outstanding bunters and bunt for a majority of their runs.
Cumberland University Game 2 6/15/19 12:30 5-star vs TN Bombers
Both teams started out strong while giving up 0 runs through 3 ½ innings. Hayden Estes
put the bombers on the board first with a sac fly to right field. Giving up that run 5 star
made a pitching change in the 4 th inning. Estes got the bombers out of a bases loaded
jam to keep the 1-0 lead. Estes was pulled with 1 out in the top of the 7 th pitching 6.1
innings and allowing 0 runs to score. 5 star was able to get to the pitcher that replaced
Estes, Luke Jones. 5 star put up 6 runs and went to a shut down bottom of the 7 th
inning to clinch the victory from the TN Bombers.
Cumberland University Game 1 6/15/19 5-Star (Lucio) vs Fusion Baseball
(Turnage) 10:00 am.
Slow start for both teams in the Saturday opener for the middle Tennessee Super 25.
Fusion balked the first run of the game in, a base hit brought the second run in for 5
star. A pitching change came early for fusion in the 2 nd inning. Errors in the field cost the
fusion two more runs giving 5 star a 4-0 lead going into the 3 rd inning. Fusion continued
to struggle on the mound giving up three more runs making the score 7-0 5 Star. Fusion
answered back with a couple hits and one run scored. Fusion made another pitching
change at the top of the 4 th inning, giving 5 star just what they needed to bust open the
game with scoring 7 more runs, which lead to a run rule of 14-1 5 star over fusion.
Super 25 15u.
Game One: Diamond Academy Legends vs. Commonwealth Grey’s Black
The Diamond Academy Legends would get on the board first behind Fischer Lloyd’s two
out double in the top of the second. Lloyd would come around to score on a costly error made
by the shortstop of the Grey’s black that allowed Wes Shelton to reach as well as drive in the go
ahead run. Commonwealth baseball would get a run back of their own in the bottom half of the
second. Bryce Patterson reached on an error and would advance to third thanks to a single
from Kennon Martin. Patterson would then score off of an RBI sac bunt from Logan Adkins,
tying the game for Commonwealth at 1. The Legends added two more runs in the 3 rd . A big
double from Trevor Headrick, followed by a single from Orlando Santiago would set the pace
for the inning. Will Bates pushed across Headrick with a sac fly, and later in the inning Ben
Glines would plate Santiago with an RBI single of his own; giving Diamond Academy the lead 3-
1. Both teams would lay quiet in the fourth and fifth scoring no runs on only two hits. Both hits
coming from Commonwealth baseball, but no to no avail as both would be left on base. On the
board again in the 6 th would be the Legends; extending their lead by 1. Will Roper lead off the
inning with a walk and be advanced to second on a walk drawn by Fisher Lloyd. Wes Shelton
would do the damage in the inning with an RBI double that plated Roper. Extending Diamond
Academy’s lead to 4-1. Commonwealth Baseball would get a couple back in the bottom of the
6 th . Levi Streeval lead off the inning with a single followed by Bryce Patterson getting hit by the
pitch. Both runners would advance on Kennon Martin’s ground ball out. With runners on
second and third Logan Adkins comes through with a huge 2 RBI double that scored both
Steeval and Patterson cutting the Legends lead to only 1. (4-3). The Legends were able to add
one insurance run in the top of the 7 th thanks to the error from Commonwealths right fielder.
That allowed Santiago to advance from third and score. Despite putting runners on second and
third, Commonwealth Baseball was not able to mount a comeback. Legends take this one 5-3.
Game Two: Commonwealth Baseball Grey’s Black vs. Red Stitch 108
Unlike their last game, Commonwealth Baseball would score first in this one. Garret
Wellman was able to get on base after being hit by a pitch. Gabe Jerdon’s single would move
Wellman to third, shortly followed by Bryce’s Patterson’s single which would allow Wellman to
score on the RBI single. Red Stitch wouldn’t stay down for long though; scoring one of their own
in the bottom half of the first. Dawson Warwick was able to reach on the base on balls and then
steal 2 bases to put himself on third. Later in the inning, Logan Rossenburger was able to reach
first and also score Warwick on the error by Commonwealths shortstop. Tying the game at one.
Red Stitch would add two more in the bottom of the second. After the bases were walked
loaded Hadyen Hartgrove was able to draw another walk which would advance Logan
Housewright across the plate who lead off the innings with a walk. Cam Hodges, who also
walked was able to come around and score off of a Fielder Choice RBI by Dawson Warwick.
Giving Red Stitch the lead 3-1. Again it would be Red Stitch getting on the board. This time
Logan Rossenburger was able to lead off the innings with a single and was later pushed around
to score off of an RBI single by Cooper Stapleton. Extending their lead to 3. The top of the
fourth was a huge one for Commonwealth plating 4 and taking the lead. Commonwealth scored
4 runs on 5 hits and one error. Bryce Patterson lead off the inning with a single followed by
another single by Kennon Martin. Streeval would knock in Patterson on his RBI single to left
followed by James Good who was able to score Martin with an RBI single of his own. Later in
the inning Garret Wellman would join the party and single as well, knocking in Good and giving
Commonwelath the lead 5-4. Red Stitch would respond in the bottom of the 4 th with a half
inning bigger than what Commonwealth had. Red Stitch would send 12 batters to the plate and
score 6 runs. Only two of which were earned. The two earned runs came with a bases loaded
double hit by Logan Rossenburger that scored Griffen Oros who reached on a walk and Dawson
Warwick who was on due to a single. Also, with RBI singles in the inning were Hudson
Hartgrove and Cam Hudges. After the 6 run 4 th Red Stitch was back in control 10-5. This game
would prove to be punch, counter punch as Commonwealth would answer with three runs of
their own in the top half of the 5 th . Bryce Patterson reached on a throwing error and then
advanced to second after Kennon Martin drew a walk. Streeval would reach on an error by the
second baseman that also allowed Patterson to score. Two batters later, Kaden Allen singled to
left scoring Martin and Streeval. Closing the gap to only 2. (10-8). Red Stitch would continue
their scoring spree adding two more in the bottom of the 5 th . Dawson Warwick lead off the
inning with a walk and advanced to third on a throwing error by the shortstop on Ozias’s
groundball. Rossenburger collected his third RBI of the game on a sac fly to right that would
score Warwick. That’s not all they would push across in the inning. Ozias would come around
and score thanks to Housewright and his RBI single that extended Red Stitch’s lead to 4. (12-8).
Time would come into effect in this one as the game would be called in the bottom of the 6 th
inning. Red Stitch wins 12-8.
Game Three: Red Stitch 108 vs. RBI Cubs
Both teams would lay quiet in the first, but it would be Red Stitch wasting no time in the
top of the second plating 5 runs. Logan Rosenburger lead off with a single followed by three
walks which would score Rosenburger. With the bases still loaded Cam Hodges smacked a
double that scored Stapleton and Hartgrove (Hudson) who both walked earlier in the inning.
Housewright who also walked earlier in the inning would come around to score on a passed
ball. Hodges would not be left on base as after his double as Hayden Hartgrove would single
into right to score Hodges putting Red Stitch up 5-0. A loud one run answer in the bottom of the
second came off the bat of Noah Rosato for the Cubs who launched a solo homerun to right to
bring the Cubs within striking distance. (5-1). The Cubs would get another run back in the
bottom of the 4 th . Again coming off the bat of Noah Rosato. This time it was just a single from
Rosato, but still enough to do the job and score Ashton Wilson who reached on an error earlier
in the inning. In the top half of the 5 th Red Stitch would add one to their lead coming off the bat
of Logan Ozias. He doubled scoring Griffen Oros who reached on a walk. This would put Red
Stitch ahead by 4. (6-2). Red Stitch would again add to their lead in the top of the 6 th . This time
only adding 1. Back-to-back walks from Hartgrove and then Housewright put runners on first
and second for Cam Hodges. Hodges poked a single into the left center gap and scoring
Hartgrove. Giving Red Stitch the advantage 7-2. The Cubs would not go away easily, cutting Red
Stitch’s lead to just 4 in the bottom of the 6 th . A single by Ashton Wilson would put a runner on
first. Wilson would advance to second on a balk and then be driven in by Matt Newton with an
RBI double. Red Stitch was on the board again. This time in the top of the 7 th . Griffen Oros lead
off the inning with a walk. Oros then stole second and third later in the inning before coming
across to grab some insurance on the passed ball. Giving Red Stitch the lead 8-3. Red Stitch
would not need the insurance, as they put the Cubs away with quick work in the bottom of the
7 th .
Game One: TN Force vs. The Lab
This early morning match-up would be a pitcher’s duel turned offensive explosion. No
runs coming for either side until the bottom of the third. TN Force was able to push arcoss one
due to a sac bunt RBI by Kelly put the Force up one. More pitching & defense would put 0’s on
the board for both squads until the top of the 5 th ; The Lab struck for 3 in the inning. The first
coming on a sac fly from Franklin who scored Cloer. Cloer had walked earlier in the inning.
Lipton also walked and would end up scoring from third on a passed ball later in the inning. The
lab wasn’t done quite yet. Denton walked, stole second and then was scored by Davis who
came through with the RBI single putting the Lab out in front 3-1. The pitcher’s dual would
slowly give way and more offense would jump into play. The Lab busted for 3 more in the top
half of the 6 th . Two hit batsmen and a walk loaded the bases for The Lab and put Franklin at the
plate. Franklin would smash a two out bases clearing double down the line in left to extend
their lead to 5. (6-1). The Lab was still hungry in the top of the 7 th despite being up by 5 already.
They sent 10 batters to the plate scoring 4 runs. After Davis and Moses both walked to lead off
the inning Mays singled scoring Denton. Davis came around to score on a passed ball. Cloer
walked to put runners on 1 st and 3 rd with Duncan at the plate. Duncan added two more
insurance runs by smacking a sweet-swinging double to center scoring Cloer and Mays to give
The Lab a 10-1 lead. TN Force could not climb the long hill to the comeback leaving runners on
1st and 2 nd & pushing 0 across in the bottom of the 7 th allowing The Lab to take the win 10-1.
Game Two: The Lab vs. Showcase
The second game of the day would prove to be a very good one. It would be The Lab
striking first by sending 8 batters to the plate and scoring two in the top of the third inning.
Groves lead off the inning for The Lab with a double and would later come around to score on
an RBI single by Upton. Denton followed Upton with an RBI single into center of his own;
scoring Mays. Mays had reached on a walk earlier in the inning. It would be 4 innings later
before another mark was put on the board. The Lab would get on the board again, this time in
the 7 th to add some insurance. With two outs, Mays was able to single into center to reach 1 st .
Clark followed by smacking an RBI double down the left field line and scoring Mays. Giving The
Lab the lead 3-0. Showcase would wait to get on the board until their very last chance. Harris
started off the bottom of the 7 th with a walk and advanced on Rowe’s single. Scully walked,
loading the bases for Showcase. Berneck was able to get hit by a pitch and collect the RBI by
scoring Harris. Rowe came into score on a passed ball putting Showcase down by just 1. Then
with 2 strikes and 2 outs Jaxson Ward was able to single to right field scoring Berneck and Scully
and walking it off giving his team a 4-3 victory.
Game One: Diamond 9 vs. Showcase Elite 15u
The early morning game would be a good one between Showcase Elite 15u and
Diamond 9. Showcase Elite jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first. Caleb
Mulcahy lead off the inning with a single, advanced to second on Shanchez-Harris’s walk and
then stole third on a wild pitch. Blake Rowe was next and would get the job done sending a
deep fly ball into left that would be enough; scoring Mulcahy. Giving Showcase the lead 1-0.
Showcase would waste no time getting back on the board in the 2 nd inning. This time it was
Joshua Sanchez-Harris ripping a frozen rope triple to score Ward and Mulcahy; both of whom
walked earlier in the inning. The third inning was all quiet for both clubs. Diamond 9 wouldn’t
stay scoreless for long; pushing across two in the top of the 4 th . Back-to-back-to-back hits from
Ball, Fetty, and Bates would do the damage. Fetty doubled scoring Ball; who lead off with a
single & later Bates singled into left scoring Fetty moving Diamond 9 within one of the lead.
The 6 th inning would be an important one for Diamond 9; pushing across the tying run on a 1
out single by Lingenfelter that scored Fulks. On the same play, Diamond 9 would run
themselves out of the inning by two runners getting hung-up at third. Smart defensive play by
Showcase would turn into two outs, but not before the run scored and Diamond 9 would tied
the game at 3. A big bottom half of the 6 th for Showcase as they score two and move ahead by
2. Ward walked to lead off the inning followed by Sanchez-Harris who also walked. Rowe came
to the plate and reached on a fielder’s choice and moved Ward to third. Rowe stole second in
Gaffney’s at bat putting runners on second and third with two outs. Gaffney was credited with
2 RBI’s as he grounded to second base and ended up reaching on an error. Smart base running
with two outs allowed Ward and Rowe to score as they were moving on contact. That was all
Showcase needed as they would close the door on Diamond 9 in the next half. Winning 5-3.
Game Two: TN Bash vs. Indiana Twins
The Tennessee Bash got on the board first in this one; pushing a run across in the top of
the first thanks to an error on the right fielder that allowed Helton to score after singling earlier
that inning. The Bash add two more in the top of the third. Both coming on ground ball outs,
one by Helton and the other by Maples. Scoring in the third for the Bash was Barton who
reached on a walk and Berry who was able to get on due to a throwing error by the third
basemen. The Twins were able to get 2 runs back in the bottom of the third. Cavosie lead off
the inning with a double and then Whitehead also doubled driving in Cavosie. Whitehead was
able to come around and score on a stolen base/throwing error by the pitcher to cut the Bash’s
lead to 1. A multitude of errors and defensive mistakes by the Twins allow 3 runs to score plus 2
RBI singles; One by Pacton and the other by Barton made it an 8-2 ballgame in the 6th. Bash
leads. The Twins were able to scratch across one in the bottom half of the 6 th behind Christie’s
lead-off single and Peck’s RBI ground out. Bash still lead 8-3. The Bash were able to add one to
their lead after Berry lead-off with a single and Webb pushed him in with a fielder choice RBI.
The Twins were able to scratch one across in the bottom of the 7 th from an RBI double by Gobel
but it turns a mood point as one run wouldn’t do it and The Bash move on to the semi-finals
with a 9-4 victory.
Game Three: TN Bash vs. Showcase 15u
The bottom of the first would be a costly one for the Bash as Showcase threw up four
runs on three hits and no errors. Rowe scored both Oliff and Sanchez-Harris on his 2 RBI single.
Later, Rowe himself came around to score off of Mulcahy’s RBI double to left center. Showcase
was not done quite yet as Mulcahy would end up crossing the plate on a sac fly by Gaffney;
putting showcase up 4-0. Showcase stayed hot in the bottom half of the 2 nd scoring three more
runs. An RBI single by Mulcahy scored Oliff who walked earlier in the inning. The next two runs
in the inning were provided by bases loaded walks that put Showcase up 7-0. In the bottom of
the third it would be more showcase as they scored 2 more runs behind Armon’s RBI single that
scored Scully and Ward’s RBI double that scored Armon. Giving Showcase the lead 9-0.
Tennessee Bash finally would get on the board in the top of the 4 th . Helton singled to lead off
the inning and came around score on a passed ball cutting Showcase’s lead to 6. (9-1). The
theme would stay the same and Showcase would keep adding to their lead. This time pushing
across 3 more off of sloppy defensive play by the Bash and a couple RBI base hits. One by
Sanchez-Harris and the other by Beranek. After the 4 th Showcase leads 12-1. The bottom half of
the 4 th would put the run rule in effect and that would be all Showcase needed to advance to
the finals. Showcase wins 12-1.
6-14-19 Friday @ Smokies stadium
Game 1- JC Braves vs. TN Bash
Top 1- #44 (Berry) triples over the left fielders head to score #4 (Payne) from 1 st base. #28
(Helton) gets on base due to fielding error on the shortstop, #44 (Berry) scores from 3 rd base. #40
(Parton) singled to the right fielder but due to a fielding error on right fielder, #40 (Parton) runs
for an inside-the-park-Grand-Slam while scoring #72 (Maples), #14 (Kirby), and #9
Bottom 1- Wild pitch scores #14 (Zulke). #6 (Kent) singled to left field scoring #12 (Miller). #23
(Greene) scored on error from pitcher, overthrew pick off at 1 st . #2 (Layton) singled down the left
field line scoring #6 (Greene) who had advanced to 3 rd from 1 st on previous error. After a big
inning for both teams, the TN Bash take the lead at 6-4.
Top 2- No runners scored.
Bottom 2- No runners scored.
Top 3- #72 (Maples) singled to right field but makes it to 3 rd due to error on right fielder, #28
scored. #14 (Kirby) hit a sacrifice fly to left center, scoring #72 (Maples) from 3 rd base.
Bottom 3- No runners scored. After 3 full innings of play, the TN Bash increased their lead to 8-
4. (Sorry for it being vague, had to deal with kid getting ejected.
Top 4- #34 (Hutcherson) suicide squeezes and is safe at 1 st base, scoring another runner. #27
(Davis) suicide squeezes #10 (Webb) home safely. #8 (Routon) singled to center to score #34
(Hutcherson). #28 (Helton) singled to left score #8. (Routon).
Bottom 4- No Runners score. The new score to the ball game is 14-4 TN Bash.
Top 5- No runners scored
Bottom 5- No runners score.
Final score is 14-4 TN Bash.
Game 2- Blues 15u Prime vs. M.A.D Mavericks- Riedling
Top 1- No runners scored.
Bottom 1- No runners scored.
Top 2- No runners scored.
Bottom 2- Passed ball gets by the catcher to score #9 (Morgan). The Blues take the lead in the
bottom half of the 2 nd inning, the score is 1-0.
Top 3- #4 (Bumbalough) singled to right field, scoring #28 (Mullaney) from 2 nd base.
Bottom 3- No runners scored. The M.A.D. Mavericks tied the game up in the top half of the
Top 4- #46 (Riedling) singled up the middle to score #42 (Hummel). #25 singled up the middle
passed the diving shortstop to score #46 (Riedling).
Bottom 4- No runners scored. In the top half of the inning, the Mavericks added 2 more runs to
their score making it 3-1.
Top 5- #8 (Baughmen)hit a sacrifice fly to left field, tagging up and scoring is #24 (Meduid).
Bottom 5- No runners scored. After another inning of play, the Mavericks add another run to
their score, now the score is 4-1.
Top 6- No runners scored.
Bottom 6- No runners scored. After 6 full innings of play here, the score is 4-1 M.A.D.
Top 7- No runners scored.
Bottom 7- #19 (King) singles to left field scoring #15 (Rogers) from 3 rd base. #5 (Sherman)
singles down the left field line scoring #6 (Murphy). #4 (Hobgood) singles to left field, a walk
off single to score 2 runs. After a walk off single to right by Wyatt Hobgood, the blues win this
game by 1, 5-4.
Final score, 5-4 Blues 15u
Game 3- New Balance Greenville vs. The Lab
Top 1- #15 (Graves) singled to the right field line, scoring #8 (Davis) and #13 (Fortune) from 3 rd
and 2 nd .
Bottom 1- #18 (Franklin) hits a deep sacrifice fly to the left fielder, scoring #14 (Cloer). #44
(Dinton) hit a deep triple to the right center ally, scoring #4 (Upton) and #34 (Duncan). After one
full inning of play, The Lab take the lead after putting up 3, the score is 3-2.
Top 2- #5 (Shirley) grounds out to the 3 rd baseman, scoring #0 (Aston) from 3 rd base.
Bottom 2- #4 (Upton) doubled down the right field line, scoring #14 (Cloer)from 2 nd base after
his double. #34 (Duncan) singled down the left field line, scoring #4 (Upton) from 2 nd base. After
both teams batted in the 2 nd inning, the score is now 5-3 The Lab.
Top 3- No runners scored
Bottom 3- #10 (May) hits a sacrifice fly to right field scoring #17 (Lowery) from 3 rd base. #18
(Franklin) hit by pitch, bring home #32 (Shelton). #5 (Gains) was hit by pitch, scoring #14
(Cloer). #28 (Davis) hits the ball to the 3 rd baseman, fielding error on 3 rd baseman, #4 (Upton)
scores from 3 rd base. #44 (Dinton) triples to the left center field ally, scoring #18 (Franklin) and
#28 (Davis) from 1 st and 2 nd . #30 (Moses) singles to shallow right, scoring #44 (Dinton) from 3 rd
base after the triple. After a huge inning for The Lab, they extend their lead over New Balance to
12-3. The lab scored 7 runs in the bottom half.
Top 4- #5 (Shirley) doubles on the left field line, clearing the bases and scoring 3 runners.
Bottom 4- #4 singled to center field and scored #14 from 2 nd base. #34 (Duncan) doubled down
the line in left, scoring #14 (Cloer) and #4 (Upton). After the 4 th inning, the score is now 15-6
with The Lab still out in front.
Top 5- No runners scored
Bottom 5- No runners scored
Top 6- No runners scored
Bottom 6- The Lab doesn’t need to bat due to run rule.
Final score 15-6, game ends after 6 innings due to run rule.
Game 4- M.A.D. Mavericks-Riedling vs. Diamond 9 @ Carson Newman
(No line up cards, get there late because I was driving from Smokies Stadium to here)
Top 1- No runners scored
Bottom 1- #19 grounded out from the pitcher, scoring #24 from 3 rd base. #13 (Bates) grounded
out to the 2 nd baseman, #11 scores from 3 rd base. After the 1 st inning the score is 2-0 Diamond 9.
Top 2- #3 (Giles) singled to left field which scored #42 (Hummel) from 2 nd base.
Bottom 2- No runners scored
Top 3- No runners score
Bottom 3- #13 popped up to shortstop /leftfield but no one caught it, runner scores from 1 st on
throwing error on left fielder. After 3 innings of play, Diamond 9 has extended their lead to 3-1.
Top 4- No runners scored
Bottom 4- No runners scored. The score remains at 3-1.
Top 5- No runners scored.
Bottom 5- #13 doubled to left field which scores #11. #10 singled to score #19 and #13. #7
grounded out to shortstop, but fielding error on shortstop causes another run to score. After the
5 th , the new score is 8-1 Diamond 9.
Top 6- No runners scored
Bottom 6- No runners scored. The score remains at 8-1.
Top 7- No runners score.
Final score is 8-1 Diamond 9
6-15-19 Saturday @ Smokies Stadium
Game 1- RBI Cubs vs. Common Wealth Baseball Greys Black
Top 1- In the top of the 1 st inning, a wild pitch was throw by the pitcher scoring #12 (Wilson)
from 3 rd base to give the Cubs a lead early in the game.
Bottom 1- #3 (Jerdon) singled up the middle and the ball gets passed the center fielder allowing
#3 (Jerdon) to reach 2 nd while driving in #5 (Allen) and #7 (Wellman). #11 (Patterson) singled
down the left field line just passed the 3 rd baseman’s glove, scoring #3 (Jerdon) from 3 rd base. #26
(Cashman) singled down the left field line just out of reach of the diving 3 rd baseman, #11
(Patterson) and #6 (Ross) come across the plate to score. After the 1 st inning, both teams but up a
run but Greys Black put up 5 to take the kead at 5-1.
Top 2- #8 (Workman) scores from 2 nd base after stealing 3 rd then taking home on a throwing error
on the catcher.
Bottom 2- #4 (Mullins) hits a slow roller to the 3 rd baseman, batter runner beats the ball to 1 st
while scoring #18 (Martin). After the 2 nd inning ended, the score to the ball game is 6-2 Greys
Black after both teams scored again.
Top 3- No runners scored
Bottom 3- #3 (Jerdon) hit a line drive into the left center field ally, the ball rolled all the way to
the wall which was an inside the park home run, scoring #8 (Good), #7 (Wellman), and #3
(Jerdon). After another big inning by the Greys Black, they extend their lead to 9-2.
Top 4- #8 (Workman) singles to the center fielder, scoring #6 (Newton)from 3 rd base. #8
(Workman) scores due to a catching error on the 1 st baseman from the shortstop.
Bottom 4- No runners scored for the Greys Black.
Top 5- A passed ball by the catcher allows #7 (Whitson) to score from 3 rd base.
Bottom 5- No runners score. In the take half of the inning, the Cubs put up another run to close
the gap to 9-5.
Top 6- No runners scored
Bottom 6- ran out of time
Game ends early due to time limit, the final score was 9-5 Greys Black
Game 2- TN Longhorns vs. Diamond 9
Top 1- No runners score
Bottom 1- No runners score. After 1 inning, the score is still 0-0.
Top 2- #7 (Kenney) doubled over the center fielder to score #10 (Rogers) from 2 nd base and #88
(Fulks) from 1 st base, #7 (Kenney) gets to 3 rd base on throwing error from 2 nd baseman trying to
throw runner out at home. #4 (Frost) grounded out to the shortstop but drove in #7 (Kenney).
Bottom 2- No runners scored. After a big top of the inning for Diamond 9, they take the lead at
3-0 over the Longhorns.
Top 3- #88 (Fulks) triples deep into the ally in left center, the bases for loaded for him and he
drove in all 3 base runners. #7 (Kenney) grounds the ball to the 3 rd baseman, fielding error on 3 rd ,
#88 (Fulks) scores standing from 3 rd base on throw to 1 st . #21(Jzewski) singled to the shortstop to
score #14 (Hale) from 3 rd base.
Bottom 3- No runners score. After another huge inning by Diamond 9, they score 5 more runs in
the top half of the 3 rd . The score is now 8-0 with diamond 9 still leading the Longhorns.
Top 4- No runners score
Bottom 4- #8 (Joki) singles to right field, driving in 2 base runners. After a big hit by #8 (Joki)
the longhorns have their first 2 runs on the board, still trailing Diamond 9, 8-2.
Top 5- No runners scored
Bottom 5- #30 doubles to deep left center scoring #12 (Losudo) and #40 (King) from 2 nd and 1 st .
After the 5 th , the longhorns add 2 more runs to their score, making the deficit only 4 now, 8-4.
Top 6- No runners score in the top half of the inning.
Bottom 6- No runners scored.
Game ends due to time limit, final score is 8-4 Diamond 9.
Game 3- Lawrenceburg Wildcats vs. M.A.D. Mavericks 15u- Dippold
Top 1- No runners scored in the top half of the first.
Bottom 1- #4 (J. Porter) hit a deep sacrifice fly to left field, scoring #6 (Bosheers) from 3 rd base.
After 1 inning of play, the Wildcats put up a run early in the ball game making the score 1-0.
Top 2- No runners scored
Bottom 2- #6 (Bosheers) grounds the ball to the 3 rd basemen but an error on the 3 rd baseman to
score another runner. #8 (McLain) gets walked and that scores another run. #4 (J. Porter) singles
to left field scoring #6 (Bosheers) and #21 (C. Porter). After a big 2 nd inning, the Wildcats put up
4 runs to extend their lead to 5-0.
Top 3- No runners scored
Bottom 3- No runners scored.
Left game to go collect money from gate keeper at Carson Newman.
Game ended after 5 innings due to run rule, Final score was 11-1 Wildcats.
Game 4 @ Carson Newman- Diamond 9 vs. Blues 15u Prime
Top 1- No runners score
Bottom 1- No runners score
Top 2- No runners score
Bottom 2- No runners score
Top 3- No runners score
Bottom 3- No runners score
Top 4- #10 (Rogers) singles up the middle which scores #44 (Banzon) from 3 rd base and #13
(Bates) from 2 nd base.
Bottom 4- no runners score. After 4 innings of play, we have our first leader of the game.
Diamond 9 took the lead in the top half of the inning which the score is 2-0.
Top 5- No runners score
Bottom 5- No runners score
Top 6- #88 (Fulks) doubled to deep left center, scoring #10 (Rogers) from 2 nd base. #7 (Kenney)
doubled to left center, the ball found its way to the ally and #88 (Fulks) scores from 2 nd base with
ease. #9 (Frost) singled to the 2 nd baseman scoring #7 (Kenney) from 2 nd base.
Bottom 6-No runners score. After the top of the 6 th , Diamond 9 scored 3 runs off of 3 hits and 2
of those hits were doubles.
Top 7-No runners score
Bottom 7- No runners score
The final score is 5-0 Diamond 9
6-16-19 Sunday @Smokies Stadium
Game 1- The Lab vs. Knoxville Stars
Top 1- No runners score
Bottom 1- #16 (Wrinkle) lines a single up the middle to the center fielder, allowing #22
(Johnson) to score from 3 rd base. #9 (Orr) walks with the bases loaded to bring home #32
(Reynolds). After the first inning, the Stars take an early lead at 2-0.
Top 2- No runners score
Bottom 2- No runners score. The score remains at 2-0 Stars.
Top 3- No runners score
Bottom 3- No runners score. Neither team scored leaving the score at 2-0 still.
Top 4- #10 (Mays) singled to right field, scoring #17 (Lowery) safely from 3 rd base. #14 (Cloer)
hit a deep sacrifice fly to left field, scoring #28 (Davis) with ease from 3 rd base.
Bottom 4- No runners scored. After the 4 th inning, The Lab made a comeback and drove 2 runs
across the plate to tie the game up at 2-2.
Top 5- No runners score
Bottom 5- #00 (Simpson) hits a bloop single just over the 3 rd baseman’s head, scoring #2
(Fieldon). #16 (Wrinkle) bunts for a suicide squeeze and it was executed perfectly to score #22
(Johnson) standing up. After another big inning for the Stars, they take the lead 4-2 over The
Top 6- #18 singles to right field, throwing error on right fielder, due to the error the runner from
1 st scores.
Bottom 6- No runners score. After the top part of the inning, The Lab put up another run to
reduce the lead to 1, now the score is 4-3.
Top 7- No runners score
Bottom 7- The Star do not bat.
Final score was 4-3 Knoxville Stars
Game 2- RedStitch 108 vs. Hendersonville Shooters
Top 1- No runners score.
Bottom 1- No runners score.
Top 2- No runners score.
Bottom 2- A wild pitch scores #27 (Fuller) standing from 3 rd base. After the 2 nd inning, the
Shooters take the lead at 1-0.
Top 3- #18 (Ozias) grounds out to the 3 rd baseman, the 3 rd baseman bobbles the ball allowing #5
(Haden Hartgrove) to score. #4 (Rosenberger) singled to the left fielder, the left fielder missed
the ball allowing #8 (Oros) to score standing from 2 nd . #2 (Stapleton) singled to left field scoring
#4 (Rosenberger) from 2 nd base.
Bottom 3- No runners score. After a big 3 run inning for RedStitch, the take over the leda at 3-1.
Top 4- No runners score.
Bottom 4- #11 (Dalton) scores on a passed ball that the catcher did not block well enough and it
bounces away from him. After a threatening inning, the Shooters only come away with 1 run.
With that 1 run, it brings the game within 1, 3-2 Shooters.
Top 5- #4 (Rosenberger) hit a line-drive single up the middle just passed the diving 2 nd basemen
and the ball gets to the center fielder scoring #3/#19 (Warwick- different numbers on eval and
lineup card but same kid). #1 (Hudson Hartgrove) blooped a single to center field scoring #4
(Rosenberger) with ease. #15 (Housewright) flared a single to center scoring #18 (Ozias) from 3 rd
Bottom 5- No runner score. After another big inning for RedStitch, they extend their lead to 6-2.
Top 6-No runners score.
Bottom 6- No runners score. After another inning, the score remains 6-2.
Top 7- #1 (Hudson Hartgrove) walks which walks home #18 (Ozias). A wildpitch scores #2
(Stapleton). A wild pitch scores #34 (Hodges). #23 (Martin) hit a deep sacrifice fly to left center,
bringing #1 (Hudson Hartgrove) across the plate safely.
Bottom 7- No runners score
Final score is 10-2 RedStitch 108
Game 3- Knoxville Stars vs. Redstitch 108
Top 1- #18 (Ozias) grounds into a fielders option, 6-4, #8 (Oros) scores from 3 rd base.
Bottom 1- #2 (fielden) hits a deep sacrifice fly to left field scoring #4 (Williams) after his leadoff
triple. #9 (Orr) doubles down the left field line scoring #22 (Johnson) and #00 (Simpson). After
the 1 st inning, both teams put up a score but the Stars have the lead at 3-1.
Top 2- No runners score.
Bottom 2- #2 hit a line drive over the left fielders head which turns into a triple scoring #6
(Book) and #4 (Williams). #00 (Simpson) grounds out to the shortstop to score #2 (Fielden). #13
(Wilson) singled to score a run. #6 (Book) singled to left center scoring 2 more runners. #4 hit a
deep sacrifice fly to center field scoring #3 (Robertson). After a huge inning for the stars, the
score is now 11-1.
Top 3- No runners score
Bottom 3- Missed
Bottom 4- Missed
Missed the last couple inning due to trying to figure out the Knoxville Stars, RedStitch, and
Showcase Elite situation.
Game ends due to run rule, 14-2 Knoxville Stars
Championship game- Knoxville Stars vs. Showcase Elite
Top 1- No runners score.
Bottom 1- No runners score.
Top 2- No runners score.
Bottom 2- No runners score.
Top 3- No runners score.
Bottom 3- No runners score.
Top 4- No runners score.
Bottom 4- No runners score.
Top 5- No runners score.
Bottom 5- No runners score.
Top 6- No runners score.
Bottom 6- #10 (Buckles) singles up the middle to score #2 to take the first lead of the game. #34
(Fell) hits a base clearing, 3 rbi triple to deep left field. #16 grounds the ball to the 3 rd baseman,
throwing error on the 3 rd baseman, #34 (Fell) scores from 3 rd base. #8 (Harris) grounds the ball to
the shortstop, throwing error on shortstop, #34 (Fell) scores. After a huge inning, Showcase
Elite puts up 6 runs.
GAME WRITE UPS 06/14- 06/16
DIAMOND ACADEMY LEGENDS VS RBI CHATTANOOGA
RBI Chattanooga would take a come from behind win over the Legends in the first game
at Tennessee Wesleyan after trailing three to two going into the final inning of play. The
Legends started off hot thanks to several quality at bats by the first five batters, piecing together
three walks, a fielder’s choice, and a hard single to score the only three runs the Legends would
score. From then on Zac Coots would keep the RBI bats off balance until the 5 th inning when a
few errors would clutch hits by RBI would force him out of the game. For RBI Chattanooga,
Trevor Moore would manage to keep the Diamond Legends off balance after a tough first inning.
Going 4 and 2/3 innings and giving up only the three initial runs. The offensive brigade for RBI
was led by Landon Wallace who drove a hard RBI double in the first, and Linden Alford who
showcased speed and the ability to hit in a two RBI day. RBI Chattanooga wins 5-3.
MORRISTOWN SENATORS VS PRO CONCEPTS
Starting pitcher Nate Watson would start the game in a jam for the Senators, but he
worked his way out to prevent a run from crossing the plate. However, Watson would give up
two in the second inning after a sac fly by Trevor Ulland to deep center and a deep double off the
right field wall by Jacob Gossett. Watson would not allow another run until pulled in the top of
the 6 th . Griff Hughes battled well on the mound despite a couple errors by Pro Concept’s defense
and hot Senator’s bats. The Senators were led by Watson, Whaley, Morelock, and Hurst who all
had at least one line drive hit to either score and run or drive one in. Wagner closed out the game
for the Senators giving up one run in 1 and 2/3 innings of work on a double to the left field wall
by Nolan Rogers for the 6-3 Senators win.
MORRISTOWN SENATORS VS LONGHORNS BASEBALL
For the majority of the ballgame, the Senators had control of the game. The first five
batters of the game for the senators were all hits capped off by a double by Hurst and a sacrifice
fly by Turner that gave the senators a four run lead. Carson Whaley would cruise for majority of
the first four innings besides one run on a walk and a single by the longhorns. However, the tide
would turn after bottom of the fifth rally. Brandon Carroll showed off speed on a bunt to load the
bases following a few senator errors. A pass ball and a fielders’ choice would bring in two runs
followed by a two run shot to left center by Slade Anderson to take a 6-4 lead for the longhorns.
Nate Watson stood out yet again for the senators driving triple to centerfield wall. For the
Longhorns defense, pitcher Alex Rose settled in nicely after his first inning struggles, showing
great composure and effort. Longhorns win by a final score of 8-4.
PROSPEX 18U VS PRO CONCEPTS BASEBALL
Prospex 18u showed crooked numbers in this game to give pitcher Wesley Dennis the
support he needed in the 6-4 win over Pro Concepts. Dennis worked hard on the mound, giving
up only 1 run in 6 and 2/3 innings work, giving up just 3 hits. The Prospex bats were led by the
likes of Cullen Stafford and Heath Bolton who both had RBI opposite field doubles, Cullen’s
nearly exiting the ballpark. Dennis would leave the ballgame after 6 2/3. This would spark a late
rally from the Pro Concepts bats. Tanner Woods and Griff Hughes would both drive in runs on
hard opposite field drives, Wood’s a single and Hughes’ a double. However, their efforts would
be thwarted by Lake Spurgeon to end the game for a 6-4 win for Prospex 18u.
MORRISTOWN SENATORS VS TENNESSEE PATRIOTS
Carter Morelock started off strong for the Senators in their 12-4 win over the Tennessee
Patriots. Despite giving up an early five run lead to the Senators, Brantley Thigpen worked hard
until pulled after the fifth inning. The majority of the runs scored for the Senators were in the
second (5) and in the sixth (6), on several errors by the Patriots. The offense for the Senators was
led by the likes of Jeb Hurst and Jared Coffey who both had multiple hit days. The Patriots
chipped away at the original 5 run senator led by the like of Daniel Tigner (triple and single),
Dawson Perry (Double), and Brantley Thigpen (single and sacrifice fly). The senators would
capitalize on the error filled game by the Patriots and take a 12-4 win in 6 innings.
TN ERA VS 323 BASEBALL
TN ERA and 323 Baseball would both go deep with their starters as both ERA’s Connor
Moss and 323’s Kirkland Rhode would consistently producd soft contact throughout the game.
Moss would start the game with a quick inning shutting down the side and setting the tempo for
the rest of the game. Rhode, however, would give an RBI single to ERA’s Curtis in his first
inning of work, but then settle in, giving up only one more run through 7 innings of work. The
other run was produced by a hard single by Logan Wright and then an RBI single by Ben
Durham in the third inning. Moss would go 5 2/3 innings giving up three runs, each in the last
two inning in which he worked. One on a double by Colbi Abbot that he would later score on a
wild throw, and two scored on walks in the 6 th inning. 323 would score two more in the 7 th inning
behind an RBI single by Jacob Patterson. Kirkland put the nail in the coffin finishing his
complete game with a pop up to left field. 323 wins 5-2.
TN ERA VS TENNESSEE PATRIOTS
Pitcher Logan Wright flexed a dominant performance in his start against the Patriots. The
TN Era starting pitcher went scoreless through five complete innings, consistently producing soft
contact and attacking batters. The Patriot’s bats were stagnant against Wright giving up a few
sparse hits. Patriots pitcher Tyler Blais also consistently produced very soft contact, besides a
few hard hit balls that would cost him. Blais gave up a hard hit double to Ben Durham, who took
advantage of a missed foul play pop up, to put himself in scoring position for Drew Preist to
drive in the run. Unfortunately for Blais, however this would be a consistent theme on defense
for the Patriot in a game riddle with defensive mistakes. Thanks to Blais’ performance on the
mound, the Patriots would only give up through three runs: one in the first, one in the fourth, and
one in the 5 th .
In the bottom of the 6 th , Sage Morgan came in to pitch for the Era and the Patriot bats
finally showed life. A bases loaded single by Noah Michael followed by a walk prompted
Braden Smith to enter. Smith shut down the Patriots rally. Era added two runs for security and
Braden Smith closed the game out for a 5 to 2 win.
KNOX NEW BALANCE VS TRI STATE CRUSADERS
The bats were alive in this barn burner between the Tri State Crusaders and the Knox
New Balance. Crusaders took a quick lead after a bases loaded jam led Pierce Durham to an RBI
single. The offense brigade for the Crusaders was led by Will Campbell, Pierce Durham, and
Jake Stafford. Jake Stafford hit the go ahead RBI in the top of the 7 th along with a double in 3 rd
that scored two. Will Campbell (4) and Pierce Durham (2) each added several RBIs. From Knox
New Balance, the offense was headed by Braden Hickey who finished the day with an inside the
park home run and a game tying 3 run bomb. He was accompanied by Max Bowers who hit the
go ahead homerun for Knox New Balance in the 4 th and Zach Knott who smoked a go ahead two
RBI single. Both teams went back in forth in a clear offensive chess match. Crusaders win on the
go ahead hit for an 11-10 win.
TRI STAR CRUSADERS VS HUSTLE BASEBALL
The Hustle Baseball bats came out hot to start jumping to a four run lead in the second
inning. An RBI single by Brumley was the first of the four runs in second, followed by 3 runs all
on errors made by the Crusader defense. Clay Shelton would aim to fight back in the bottom of
the second with a lead-off triple for the Crusaders, but Bayne worked out of the jam drawing soft
contact from the next three batters. The Hustle bats added one more in the fourth on an RBI
double from Robinson and one in the 7 th on an error scoring Robinson after another double.
Defense for the Hustle was solid, and Bayne was dominant on the mound, only allowing one run
through 7 innings of work with several strike outs. The one run would be the result of a Headrick
double to center and a pass ball that scored him. Bayne finished the game out strong with a strike
out, leading to a 6-1 Hustle Baseball win.
CHATTANOOGA RBI VS HUSTLE BASEBALL
The game started off with both teams showing the bats. In the top of the first, Reese
Plemmons hit a homerun to put the Hustle up 1-0. RBI Chattanooga answered back in the bottom
of the first with a triple from Wallace and an RBI single by Moore. From then on pitchers
Damian Strong and Seth Riddle were in control. Strong and Riddle both pounded the strike zone
and produced weak contact from the offenses. Riddle came from an over the top release, while
Strong threw with a more side arm action. Both were extremely effective. In the top of the 6 th the
Hustle struck again with an RBI double from Reese Plemmons following a lead-off single by
Chris Bayne. Chattanooga RBI would not be able to answer back until the bottom of the 7 th when
Wallace roped a two run single to walk off the Hustle.
Defensively both teams stood out with a high level of play. RBI Chattanooga’s A. Rollins
showed great feel at short with quick hands and fluid, athletic play. Hustle catcher Reese
Plemmons not only hit well but flashed a strong arm and quick feet behind the plate, throwing
out two runners.
RBI Chattanooga vs Prospex 18u
Both Prospex’s Luke Cassity and RBI Chattanooga’s Nation pitched a scoreless first
inning, but the following innings the bats came alive for both teams. In the top of the 2 nd Alex
Newton sent a 3 run homerun into the trees and left, he would also have double off the batters
eye. Albert Tinne would also impress for the Prospex with an RBI single in the 3 rd . Down four
nothing in the bottom of the 3 rd , RBI Chattanooga’s Hawkins ripped a lead-off double leading to
a 3 run inning capped off by a two RBI triple by A. Rollins. The Prospex 18u would take control
however, in the 6 th inning of the ballgame tied 6-6 with a five run inning via a two RBI triple
from T. McMillan. RBI Chattanooga mounted a rally in the bottom of the 6 th but with the time
limit running out it was not enough. 11- win for the Prospex 18u.
Friday game one ( McDonough Wolfpack vs Prospects )
Jalen Johnson for the prospects gets his team on the board in the second inning with an
RBI single. In the top of the 3rd inning, Mason Corney, of the Prospects provides his team with
some offence with a 2 RBI single of his own. The Wolfpack took the lead off of Tahj Walden’s
huge rbi double to the wall. The final score is McDonough Wolfpack 6, Prospects 5.
Friday game two ( McDonough Wolfpack vs 323 Baseball )
Late offense gives 323 the edge in the midday matchup. Leading the offense for 323
was their 4 hole hitter, A. Worde, hitting a two RBI double in the 5th inning giving his team a 3-2
lead. Following the double, B. Seritt hits an inside the park homerun making it a 4-2 ball game.
Offensive standout for the Wolfpack was #11 Darrell Hill hitting an RBI single taking the lead
early in the game. The final score is 323 Baseball 4, Mcdonough Wolfpack 2.
Friday game three ( GATA Wolfpack vs 323 Baseball )
A great pitching performance by 323 Baseball’s Austin Burchell who tossed 7 frames
only surrendering 1 run leads 323 to their 4-1 victory over GATA Wolfpack. Leading The
Wolfpack’s offense was #23 C. Owens hitting a double in the 3rd inning. 323 Wolfpack
combined 6 hits including a solo home run by Bryce Seritt. The final score is 323 Baseball 4,
GATA Wolfpack 2.
Friday game four ( RBI Reds 16u vs GATA Wolfpack )
In the last game of the day RBI Reds took on the GATA Wolfpack. The RBI Reds’
starting pitcher Evan King dealt 4 innings giving up only 2 innings. Adrian Bundy went 2-2 at the
plate with a pair of singles and a pair of RBIs. On the Wolfpack, C. Owen got himself a 2 rbi
double finishing a nice 2-3 on the day. The final score is RBI Reds 16u 10, GATA Wolfpack 6.
Saturday game one ( Middle Tennessee Mayhem vs Team NB Legends )
An early offensive game proves to be enough for the Middle Tennessee Mayhem as
they places 5 consecutive hits in the first inning scoring three runs. Ross Prosser for Mayhem
shined the brightest with a single and a double while recording 3 RBIs. For Team NB Legends,
number 11 B. Lofton reached base twice while plating his team’s first run. A close game until the
end but Culpepper for Mayhem gives them the edge with his well placed RBI groundout. The
Final score is Middle Tennessee Mayhem 7, Team NB Legends 5.
Saturday game two ( Middle Tennessee Mayhem vs Ringgold Tigers )
The Middle Tennessee Mayhem combine a perfect game in the 15-0 win over the
Ringgold Tigers. A Strong two inning start by Mayhem’s Logan Kimberlin striking three batters
out while giving up no hits. Offensively Mayhem took no time at all as they strike with 3 in the
top of the first behind Ross Prosser’s 2 RBI double. Also number 23 helped his team with a hit
and a well placed sac fly to plate a run. Not much offense to be told for the Ringgold Tigers as
they fail to reach base in the one hour contest.
Saturday game three ( Team NB Legends vs Velocity )
Team NB Legends scored a lone run on this midday matchup. The run scored off of a
passed ball. The Legends offensive standout of the game was 3rd baseman E. Padgett as he
went 2-3 with singles to his name. Also number 21 for the Legends reached base two times via
a hit by pitch and a walk. Team Velocity started creating runs in the bottom of the 2nd inning
with back to back hits. #13 Brayden Cannon knocked in all three of his teams run going 2-2 with
a single, double, and a well placed sac fly. The final score is Velocity 3, Team NB Legends 1.
Saturday game four ( RBI Reds 16u vs McDonough Wolfpack )
The RBI Reds 16u got some runs on the board early in the 1st inning as #24 Tyler
Barnett plates two runs with a single to right. For the McDonough Wolfpack they get 2 runs of
their own in the 3rd innings off of an RBI single from Malachi Thomas and Tahj Walden. Leadoff
batter for the Reds reached base 3 times drawing two walks and hitting a single. In the 6th
inning the RBI Reds take the lead with a 2 RBI single from #17 Hayden Osborne. The Reds
hold on to their lead as they win the ball game 7-5
Saturday game five ( McDonough Wolfpack vs BC Athletics Sweet )
The Athletics scored an early 1st inning run from the bat of Isaiah Wilhite. He drove in
the run with a deep right center double. Also Will Nelms of the Athletics went 2-3 with a single,
double, and 2 RBIs. Not much offense from the Wolfpack but #18 Michael Clark drove in his
teams lone rbi in the contest with a single in the 4th inning. Jaylen Jones from BC Athletics has
himself a 2 run homerun in the 3rd inning, extending their lead to 3-0. The final score of the
game is BC Athletics Sweet 8, McDonough Wolfpack 1.
Saturday game six ( BC Athletics vs GATA Wolfpack )
Early pitching ruled as we had a scoreless tie until the top of the 3rd inning as GATA
Wolfpack took a 3-0 lead off of a 3 RBI double from D. Dollison. In the 3rd inning the Wolfpack
drew 4 walks and got 2 hits. BC Athletics began scoring runs in the 4th inning as they place 4
on the board following an RBI single by #47 Austin Kirkland. Also in the inning Jaylen Jones had
a deep sac fly extending the lead. #2 Isaiah Wilhite for the Athletics closed the final two innings
as they beat the GATA Wolfpack 7-5.
Chattanooga Lookouts Stadium
Sunday game 1 ( BC Athletics Sweet vs Max Power )
Max Power was given some help as they scored 3 runs off of errors in the top of the first
inning. BC Athletics were able to create some runs in the 3rd inning from a well placed ground
ball from #15 Brayden Taylor to score his team’s first run. Blake Cook for Max Power hit well
with a single and a double to left center. BC Athletics showed some life in the 7th inning with a
double from Jace Maxey and a few walks but fell short; a 5-3 win for Max Power.
Sunday game 2 (Titans vs Wolfpack )
The Titans starting pitcher, Brayden Burnett, threw a solid 6 innings while only giving up
3 earned runs. Offensively the Titans scored 4 runs in the 2nd inning with the help of #5 who
had a pretty sacrifice bunt for an RBI. Also in the inning #24 got himself an rbi single to left to
increase the lead. Offensively the Wolfpacl also produced some runs in the 2nd innings as #24
hit a hard single through the 4 hole to help his team. The titans went on to score 7 runs in the
6th and 7th innings to beat the Wolfpack 14-4!