Carpenter Middle School
BC Athletics vs Mayhem
BC Athletics starting pitcher Tyler Jenkins breezed through the first inning against Motor City Mayhem. The Athletics started off hot with an RBI double from Cole Barnes. Hector Jaimes (Mayhem) entered in the third inning and escaped a bases loaded jam with zero runs given up. In the top of the fourth, Hector Jaimes drives in two runs with a double to the left center gap. In the bottom of the fourth, Brooks Wright’s RBI single to right reclaims the lead for BC Athletics. BC Athletics late game offensive attack was led by Tyler Jenkins, Colt Whaley, Landon Lutterman and Cole Barnes. BC Athletics defeat Motor City Mayhem eight to three in five innings.
323 Baseball vs Longhorns
Longhorns take the early lead with an RBI single from Drake Dingledine in the top half of
the first. Whitson would tie the game with an RBI single in the bottom half of the first for 323
Baseball. B Serit took the lead for 323 with an RBI single to left in the bottom of the first inning.
Jones would help extend the impressive first inning by 323 Baseball with a two-run single to
right field. Whitson helped himself by driving in a run in the bottom half of the second inning to
increase 323 Baseball lead. The next pitch T Serit would drive in Whitson with a hard-hit line
drive to left field. Whitson was dominate throughout the game only allowing one run through
five innings of work. 323 defeats the longhorns nine to one after five innings.
Birmingham Bruins vs Kentucky Arsenal Mustangs
Christian Howe provided a spectacular start for the mustangs as he went three hitless
innings. Howe also helped his team offensively by driving in two runs with a hard hit single. The
Mustangs offensive was led by Brandon Anderson, Brady Morse, Brady Baxter and Christian
Howe. Ryan Delucca provided a shutdown inning in the top of the fifth to give the bruins some
life. However, Colin Sims took the mound for the Mustangs, and answered Delucca scoreless
inning with a scoreless inning of his own. The Mustangs go on to beat the Bruins eight to zero
after seven innings.
Fury vs Rockets
Caleb Adams provided a great start for Fury as he held the rockets to one run in the first
three innings. Fury jumped out to an early five to one lead in the bottom of the second behind
the strong bat of Hanks. Hank hammered a two run double off the left field wall in the bottom
of the second inning. Despite giving up some early runs, Rockets starting pitcher Gavin Johnson
settled down and threw a very good game. Johnson held a very talented Fury offense to only
five runs in four innings of work. Fury defeated the Rockets seven to four in seven innings.
Knox Stars vs Franklin Bombers
Knoxville Stars starting pitcher Eli Edds avoided giving up a big first inning by working out of a
bases loaded jam. Nolan Wells started off hot as he did not allow a run to score in his first three
innings of work for Franklin Bombers. The Bombers jumped out to an early lead with an RBI
double from the bat of Parker Daniel. Nolan Wells would add to that lead with an RBI infield
single. Tyler Stephens came up clutch yet again driving in another run to extend the lead for the
Bombers in the fifth inning. The Knox Stars made a sixth inning comeback with a two-run infield
single from Jayden Willett to tie the game. Tyler Stephens reclaimed the lead for the Bomber
with an RBI double in the top of the seventh inning. Knox Stars walk win six to five by a sac fly
from Jackson Fields.
Tri-Star Crusaders vs Louisville Vipers
Kole Green had a commanding start for the Tri-Star Crusaders against the Louisville Vipers. Kole retired the first six batters he faced in order. Kole also helped the Crusaders take an early lead in the bottom of the first with an RBI single. After trailing by four in the first two innings, the Louisville Vipers score three runs. The Vipers offense was kicked started by Cam Weaver, John Kiebler, Josh Head and Connor Seymour. John Kiebler’s two RBI single took the lead for the Vipers in the top half of the fifth.
Knox Stars vs Chattanooga Fury
The Knox Stars versus Chattanooga Fury was a pitching battle. Knox Stars starting
pitcher Kolton Glick had a dominant performance. The first five innings Kolton was untouchable
on the mound given up zero runs. Kolton’s performance was equally matched by Chattanooga
Fury’s starting pitcher Mitch Grannon. Grannon also went seven scoreless innings against a very
talented Knox Stars line up. In the top of the sixth inning Chris Maddaux scored the first run of
the game with an RBI single to right. Fury defeats Knox Stars one to zero in seven innings.
Full Count vs Tri Star Crusaders
Tri-Star Crusaders starting pitcher Jake Perry starts off hot with a quick inning. Full Counts Sam
Raper started off hot, but the Crusaders offense was able to chip away. Crusaders took an early
lead with an RBI double from Shelton. The Crusaders added to their lead with and RBI single
from Kole Green and Clift. Jake Perry was dominant on the mound against a very talented Full
Count lineup. Perry seemed to be in complete control throwing four hitless innings. Crusaders
relentless offensive attack was led by Padgett, Shelton, McBryor and Clift. Jake Perry one hits
Full Count baseball in a five to zero win for the Crusaders.
Kentucky Mustangs Arsenal vs AASA Elite
Jack Simpson provided a quick and efficient start on the mound for the Arsenal. Simpson
showed tremendous poise as he stranded runners in almost every inning he pitched. Simpson
pitched three scoreless innings for the Arsenals. The Arsenal offense was off to a quick start
driving in seven runs in the first inning. The Arsenal offensive attack was led by Anderson,
Morse, Howe, Compton, Baxter and Alderman. Brady Baxter continued his impressive weekend
with a towering two run home run in the second inning. Arsenal run rule AASA Elite ten to zero
in four innings.
AASA Elite vs Pro Hitting Prospects
AASA Elite versus Pro Hitting Prospects was a back and forth pitching duel. Nolan Sailors took
the mound for AASA and provided a scoreless first inning of work. Logan Daniels took the
mound for Pro Hitting Prospects and allowed one run in the first. In the bottom of the third
Nolan Sailors drives in a run to tie up the game. In the top of the forth, Luke Lawson had a sac
fly to reclaim the lead for Pro Hitting Prospects. In the same inning Daniels had a RBI triple to
extend the Prospects lead. Pro Hitting Prospects defeats AASA Elite eleven to three in six
BC Athletics vs The Lab
Hunter Armstrong provided a spectacular start against the Lab, he went three innings
with one earned run. Thomas came in relief in the bottom of the fourth and escaped a bases
loaded jam with zero runs given up. In the top of the fifth, the Athletics bat came alive with a
two run double from Smith. In the same inning Hunter Armstrong had a two run single to
extend the Athletics lead. The Athletics relentless attack was led by Smith, Armstrong, Griffin
and Shepard. In the top of the sixth, The Lab came back to tie the game with big swings from
Upton and Kincaid. Roof hits a walk off single for The Lab to defeat the Athletics six to five.