BC Athletics vs Tennessee Select
BC Athletics versus Tennessee Select appeared as if it would be a pitchers duel. Tres Parton escaped a bases-loaded jam in the top half of the first for Tennessee Select. Stover Evans Athletics starting pitcher made quick work of Tennessee Selects line up in the bottom half of the first. In the top of the second inning, the Athletics had some timely hits from Owen Evan and Will Nelms. Evans continued his impressive outing by pitching three scoreless innings. Jake Wurms came in relief for Stover Evans and escaped a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the fourth. Eric Miller came in to relieve Parton for Tennessee Select and Tennessee Select made a late-game comeback to take the lead in the bottom of the fifth inning. Tennessee Select comeback was led by Luke Farragut and Cooper Douglass. Tennessee Select beat BC Athletes 5-7.
Top Players from TN Select:
– Luke Farragut
– Tres Porton Eric Miller
– Top Players from BC Athletics
– Stover Evans
– Owen Evon
BC vs Diamond Mine
BC versus Diamond Mine was a back and forth battle for most of the game. At first, it was shaping up to be a pitcher’s duel. Diamond Mine starting pitcher Seth Coxie got out of a bases-loaded first-inning jam. Bay Griffin took the mound for the Athletics and provided an electric start. Griffin was dominant as he rarely allowed hitters to reach base through the first four innings of work. The Athletics took the lead in the bottom of the third with a double from Bo Millikan and a homerun from Brayden Taylor. The Athletics would add to their lead with an RBI from Avery Crabtree. In the bottom of the fifth, the Athletics extended their lead with a two-run home run from Tanner Goins. Griffin Bay pitched a scoreless six-inning game to help the Athletics defeat Diamond Mine 9-0.
Top players BC Athletics:
– Bay Griffin
– Bo Millikan
– Brayden Taylor
– Top Players Diamond Mine
– Seth Coxie
– Tyler Lynch
Diamond Gold vs Central Kentucky Longhorns
Diamond Gold versus Central Kentucky Longhorns was a back and forth battle most of the game. Carson Hoffmeister took the mound for Diamond Gold and threw four scoreless innings. Corey Vaughn provided an impressive start for the Longhorn as he threw two scoreless innings. In the top of the third, Diamond Gold took the lead behind the bats of Braylon Hall and Carson Hoffmeister. The Longhorns pushed a run across in the bottom of the fourth behind the bats of Mason Smiley and Myles Hamilton. However, it was not enough as Diamond Gold defeated the Longhorns 3-1.
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AASA Elite vs Bethesda Bandits
AASA Elite vs Bethesda Bandits was a back and forth game early on. Bryson King took the mound for the Bandits and did not allow a run in two innings. McMillan took the mound for AASA Elite and threw one scoreless inning. The Bandits offense was led by Tyler Baxton, Preston Gentry, and Bryson King. In the top of the sixth, Tyler Baxter added to the Bandits lead with an RBI triple. Bethesda Bandits defeat AASA Elite 8-0 in five innings.
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KMA vs 5 Star Midsouth
5 Star Midsouth offense set the tone as their offense scored off of a sac fly from Peebles in the top half of the first. Tyler Head made quick work of the Arsenals lineup in the bottom half of the first. Gavin Gibbs took over in the third and slowed down the explosive 5 Star Midsouth offense. Taylor Head continued his impressive outing by rarely allowing hitters to reach base safely. In the top of the fifth Bishop Quarles extended the five-star lead by two with a two-run double. 5 Star Midsouth defeats KMA 6-1 in six innings.
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Tri-Star Titans Black vs Middle TN Wolves White
Tri-Star Titans Black jumped out to an early lead over Middle Tennessee Wolves White. Noah Rosato and Jack Torbett were responsible for Tri-Star Titans’ early lead. Luke Hale extended the Titans lead in the bottom of the third with a two-run double. The Titans added to their lead with a two-run homerun from Dakota Stout in the bottom of the fourth. The Titans
starting pitcher Preston Miller had an impressive outing. Miller cruised through five innings as he stranded multiple base runners in scoring position. In the bottom of the sixth inning, Dakota Stout added two more runs with another two-run home run. The Titans defeated the Wolves
10-2 in six innings.
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TN ERA vs Tri-Star Titans Orange
After a quick first inning by Tennessee ERA starting pitcher Bryson Givens, Tennessee ERA offense jumped out to an early lead. Slaughters RBI double got TN ERA on the board, and a RBI single from Bell extended their lead. In the bottom of the second Slaughter extended TN ERA lead with a two-run single. In the bottom of the third, McGill added to the lead with an RBI double. Bryson Givens started on the mound for TN ERA and threw four flawless innings. Givens allowed very few bases runners through his four-inning shutout. TN ERA defeats Tri-Star Titans Orange 14-0.
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Diamond Gold vs KY Beast
Michael Delph provided a scoreless start for Diamond Gold against KY Beast through seven innings. Delph was able to strand base runners in multiple innings and allowed few hitters to even reach base. KY Beast Camden Elkins was able to slow down the talented
Diamond Gold offense early on. Diamond Golds’ offensive production was slow until a leadoff triple from Andrew Hill which turned into the first run of the game. Eli Evans would triple in the following inning and would later score on a passed ball to extend Diamond Golds’ lead. Diamond Gold defeats KY Beast 5-0.
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Tennessee Vols vs Tri-Star Baseball
Tennessee Vols jumped out to an early lead with an RBI single from Eli in the top of the first. The Vols had an explosive third inning scoring three runs, two of those runs came from Nolan’s double. The Vols starting pitcher Eli was excellent in the Vols win over Tri-Star Baseball.
Eli allowed one run through five innings and very few hitters were fortunate enough to reach base safely. In the top of the fifth, Nolan extended the Vols lead with an RBI single. Parker also extended the lead with a two-run double. The Vols defeat Tri-Star 14-1 in five innings.
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Dickey Mavs vs Knights North
The Knights North took an early lead over the Mavs and did not give up the lead. Mavs starting pitcher Armstrong threw well but surrendered three runs to the Knights high powered offense. The Knights starting pitcher Tarrence was dominant as he held the Mavs scoreless
through four innings. The Knights offensive attack was led by Davis, Tarrence, Russell, and Lemmor. The Knights scored late to extend their lead in a 6-1 victory over the Mavs.
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