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May 31- June 2

OOLTEWAH NOTES

Friday game 1 (15u Knoxville Stars vs Hustle)
The 15u Knoxville Stars’ Thor Williams gets things going with the bat in the bottom of the second inning with a 1 rbi double to left field. Strong pitching performance by The Stars’ Matt Wrinkle giving up no runs over 5 innings while striking out 9! The Hustle’s offences was lead by Huling with a single in the first and Brown with a deep left field double in the top of the 5th inning. Key moments in the 4th inning for the Stars scored 4 runs with the help of good base running and drawing free bases. Final score of the game is 15u Knoxville Stars 10, Hustle 0.

Friday game 2 (Georgia Bandits vs Rawlings)

The Georgia Bandits scored 10 runs in the 7 innings of play. The offense was sparked by the hot bat of Kameron Young racking up 3 hits with a homerun shy of the cycle. The standout leadoff hitter, Caleb Adams, of Rawlings reached base 3 times with 2 hits to his name. A rally in the 6th inning scored 5 runs with Perry Griffin being responsible for 3 runs batted in on a base clearing double . The Bandits four run 3rd inning and three run 4th inning were the key innings in the win. Final score of the game is Georgia Bandits – 11, Rawlings – 7.

Friday game 3 (Maroon Crush Baseball vs Diamond Academy Legends)

The Maroon Crush Baseball team took no time at all to put up runs scoring 4 in the top of the 1st inning. Along with the early hot bats Maroon also drew 4 walks during the rally. Diamond Academy Legends also swung well in the 1st inning placing 2 runs on the board. Big help offensively from their 1st baseman Trevor who hit an RBI double. No offensive shortage from Maroon Crush as they put up 5 runs in the top of the 3rd. Huge showing from the power lefty bat of Levi D from Maroon Crush going 4-4 with three singles and a double and recording 4 rbi’s. The final score is Maroon Crush Baseball 11, Diamond Academy Legends 6.

Saturday game 1 (Rawlings vs Hustle)

A strong pitching performance from team Rawlings’ starter, Perry Griffin, lead the squad to their 11-1 victory over Hustle. Griffin recorded 9 strikeouts and only 1 run given up in the 5 inning complete game! Brown for Hustle stood out with the bat earning 2 of the teams’ 3 hits. Team Rawlings placed 6 on the board during the 3 inning showing to be a key inning for the teams’ offense. Sebass Hanks hit early with a deep triple to center field and a RBI groundout proving to be a key asset for team Rawlings. Coming in relief was Hustle’s #15 A.J. giving up no
earned runs on 2.1 innings of work.

Saturday game 2 (Rawlings vs Akadema Athletics)

M. Alvarez of the Akadema Athletics showed up with the bat in a big way. He recorded 2 hits on 3 appearances while driving in 2 runs for his team. For team Rawlings, #5 Perry Griffin, put his team on the board with a deep sac fly to bring in a run. Also, the quick leadoff hitter, Cody Johnston reached on base 3 time on three attempts; including a single and two walks. A good pitching performance was given to Akadema by J. Williams who threw 4 innings while allowing 2 runs to score. To finish the game on the mound was, #33, the hard throwing righty who recorded the last out for the 8-5 win over the opposing Rawlings.

Saturday game 3 (Hustle vs CABA Aces)

A big 4th inning gave CABA Aces a commanding lead. This rally included 6 walks and 3 hits; including a base clearing double by Ethan Muncher. The club had no issue with reaching base as both Logan Duffner and Eli Moore had two walks and a hit by pitch. For Hustle, #22 Huling lead off the game with a double over the right fielders head. Also #5 Webb and #24 Grace reach on base with a single. A good pitching performance by Ethan Muncher and a dominant relief appearance by Mason Kirby limited the Hustle to 3 runs. The final score is CABA Aces 14, Hustle 3.

Saturday game 4 (Knoxville Stars vs Akadema Athletics)

Pitching prevails as the teams combined score 4 runs. The Akadema starting pitcher, A. Heid, tosses 7 innings while giving up 2 runs . Offensively Ethan Simpson for the Stars hit 2-3 with a single and a double. Akadema Athletics got their bats rolling in the second as they recorded 3 hits including back to back rbi singles from #1 and #11! Also Chester Book of the Knoxville Stars reached base safely twice with a single and a walk. He also drove in the team’s first run in the bottom of the 7th inning. Final score is a 2-2 tie in 7 innings.

Saturday game 5 (Georgia Bandits vs CABA Aces)

Hot bats for the Georgia Bandits give them a 6-0 lead through two innings. The squad recorded 9 hits with #2 Brewer providing two big hits. The CABA Aces answered with three runs of their own in the 3rd inning sparked by #11 Austin Morris’ leadoff double (1 of 2 doubles he had in the game)! In the bottom of the 6th inning the Bandits tacked on another 3 runs with the help of Dixon’s rbi single. CABA Aces had some life in the 7th inning, but were not enough as the Bandits’ starting pitcher Cruz threw a complete game in the 9-5 win against the CABA Aces.

Saturday game 6 (Georgia Bandits vs Knoxville Stars)

The 15u Knoxville Stars get on top early as they score 2 runs in the top of the first. Luke Johnson drives a ball for an easy double and Riley Orr hits a single to score the first run. A pitching battle through the 3rd when the Stars strike again with a pair of runs. This time it was #34 Eli Edds earned a hit into center scoring two on the play. In the bottom of the 4th inning the Georgia Bandits answer with 4 runs coming off of five hits. Sparking the rally was Cruz with a towering double into left field. The Bandits proceeded to record 4 singles with Dixon and Glen driving in two runners a piece. A timely double by Young gives the Bandits the lead as they hold on to win the game with the final being Georgia Bandits 5, Knoxville Stars 4.

Sunday game 1 (Falcons Baseball vs CABA Aces)

Falcons Baseball put up 2 quick runs in the top of the first from the help of #6 Livingston with a huge 2 run homerun. CABA Aces answered with 6 of their own in the bottom half. In the inning, right fielder Austin Morris legged out a 3 rbi triple. After the 2 runs in the 1st the Aces pitcher, Zach Hill, limited the Falcons’ offense to no hits and no runs. As a team the Aces drew 11 free bases via a walk/HBP. In the last inning of play the Aces tack on another 5 runs. The 3rd baseman, Levi Weaver, hit a deep sac fly to earn himself an rbi. The final score was CABA Aces 14, Falcons Baseball 2.

Sunday game 2 (NABA Nationals vs Redstitch)

In the first inning NABA Nationals’ Lodge drove in his team first run with a well placed ground ball to the shortstop. For Redstitch, starting pitcher Stapleton earn an rbi with a line drive through the 4 hole. A lot of runs to follow as Redstitch scores 3 in both the 2nd and 3rd innings and the Nationals score 4 in the 3rd and 3 in the 5th. In the bottom of the 7th inning Redstitch managed to load the bases down one and #3 Dawson Warwick hits a ground ball to the first baseman as he makes a throwing error scoring two runs to walk it off. The final score is Redstitch 12, NABA Nationals 11.

Sunday game 3 (Redstitch vs CABA Aces)

The CABA Aces got the bats hot in the first innings scoring 5 runs off of 6 hits. In the rally, Levi Weaver batted in a run with a one out triple. Also, the third baseman Austin Kirby got himself a 2 rbi double to give his team a 5-0 lead. Rosenberger for Redstitch put his team on the board with a with a single driving in a run. The Aces put on another 4 runs in the top of the 5th with the help of their lead off batter, Logan Duffner, who drove in 2 with his inside the park homerun. Austin Morris for the Aces threw a complete game 3 hitter only allowing 3 runs to score. The final score is CABA Aces 11, Redstitch 3.

Cyclones vs BC Athletics

It was a close game in the first 3 innings between the Cyclones and BC Athletics. They were tied 4-4 going into the fourth when the Cyclone’s hitting came alive. The Athletics only generated one more run the rest of the game. The final score was 9-5. Blueprint vs Diamond Blueprint Baseball had a dominate performance this game versus Diamond USA. They had the perfect combination of pitching and hitting. The starting pitcher pitched a complete game shutout only allowing 3 hits. The game ended in a slaughter 8-0.

5 Star vs Bombers

5 Star Midsouth had a great victory against the Bombers on Friday. Their pitching only gave up one run and had more than enough help from their lineup. They started the game off hot with the bats and they never seemed to cool down. They slaughtered Bombers in 5 innings 12-1.

Bombers vs Crusaders

It was a good game to start off the day for the Crusaders. The Crusaders won 7-1 with huge help from their starter on the mound Andrew Hoover. They really blew the game away when in the bottom of the fifth Lucas Slagle hits a 3 run home run. The Crusaders played great baseball to secure their first win of the day.

Bombers vs Patriots
It ended up being a close game between the Patriots and the Bombers. The Bombers were
down 8-1 going into the 3rd but managed to come back to cut the Patriot lead to 2. They never
could generate any more runs in the last 3 innings to tie or take the lead though. The Patriots
won 8-6 with the help of their electric offense in the first two innings.
Mid South vs Crusaders
It was a close game in the beginning between the Storm and the Crusaders. The Crusaders
pulled ahead in the 3rd inning scoring four runs to put them up 5-1. They continued throughout
the game to keep generating runs and the Storm never could seem to catch up. The crusaders
ended up winning 9-5.
5 Star vs VBA
It was a close game between 5 Star and VBA. They went back and forth the whole game.
Pitchers for both teams held their opponents to minimal damage every inning and never
allowing big innings. But, 5 Star ended up winning 6-4 when they scored 2 runs in the bottom of
the 6th.
Patriots vs Storm
The beginning of the game was very competitive between the Patriots and the Storm. The
Patriots were up 5-1 after the second inning, but after the 4th, Storm cut the lead to 2. The
patriots pitching staff held the Storm the rest of the game though and their hitting came back to
life in the last two innings. The Patriots ended up winning 16-5.
5 Star vs Pro Hitting Baseball
This was a great baseball game to watch. Pitchers threw well for both sides and hitters had to
have a good game plan at the plate. It was neck and neck all the way till the fifth inning when
Pro Hitting Baseball scored to go up by 1. They then closed the rest of the game out to win 6-5.
Braves vs Stars
In the first round of bracket play, #1 seed Braves play #8 seed Stars. The Braves were winning
4-1 after the 2nd inning and then both team’s coaches got ejected and it seemed to swing the
momentum to the Stars. The Stars only gave up two more runs the rest of the game while
adding nine to their own. They upset the Braves winning 10-6.
Steel vs Bandits
It was a hard-fought game between the Steel and Bandits in their first round of bracket play. The
game was 2-1, Bandits, for most of the game. Then the Bandits started to pull away in the 4th.
The Bandits won 8-1.
Bandits vs Stars
For a semifinal game, it was not very competitive. The game only lasted 3 innings due to the hot
bats of the Bandits. The Stars never could seem to get any offense generated. The game ended
in a slaughter with the Bandits winning 17-2 and advancing them to the championship game.
Bandits vs CABA
You couldn’t ask for a better championship game! It was a low scoring game with a lot of great
defensive plays. Pitching was immaculate by both teams. It started off with the Bandits winning

2-0 after the second, but CABA scored one run in the third and then two in the fourth to take the
lead. Both teams would not score the rest of the game with the big help from defense. The
Bandits won the championship 3-2.

5/31/19 Dade County HS

Game #1- North Georgia Raiders dominated right from the get go. Nix sparked the Raiders
and helping put up 4 runs un the first inning. That would be plenty for starting pitcher #10 Kyle
Strickland Giving up 0 runs in 2 Innings Pitched. Offensively the Raiders were patient in there
at bats and had plenty of walks throughout the game against KASA. Final Score 15-0 North
Georgia Raiders.
Game #2- The Knoxville Stars 14U Team attacked the fastball well throughout the game at
Dade County HS vs. KASA. Also, great baserunning helped the team score a total of 13 Runs
in the ball game. Ian Sonner for the Stars pitched well to keep Team KASA scoreless through 4
innings of play.
Game #3- Knox Stars 14U were at it again early in the first inning by putting up 5 runs against
the Chattanooga Cyclones. Grayson Woodlee showed good pop burning the center fielder for a
deep double. In the top of the second inning the Stars added a run to make it 6-0 however in
the bottom half the Cyclones were knocking on the door with the bases loaded but Littleton
struck the last guy out to keep it 6-0. In the top of the third the Stars tacked on two more runs to
make it 8-0. Final Score 13-0.

6/1/19 East Ridge MS

Game#1- The Knights took the game against the team Clutch. Offensively the Knights were
very aggressive with pitches in the zone and hit the ball all over the field at East Ridge. The
Knights took big step in the bottom of the second scoring 5 runs. Saxon Roberts hit a inside the
park home run scoring 3. Clutch Decided to spark a rally of there own in the top of the 4 th .
Blaine #6 for the Clutch hit a base clearing triple and after a additional run scored they cut the
deficit to 1 run making it 6-5 going into the bottom of the 4 th . In the bottom half of the 5 th the
Knights rallied again to finish the game off by run rule. 13-5 Final.
Game #2 – The Clutch got on the board early in the first by #46 Caden ripping a base hit and
then stealing second & third and advancing home on the wild throw to make it 1-0. #77 for the
Clutch roped a 2 RBI base hit to LCF to make the score 3-0 in the second. The Clutch keep
taking on runs here at East ridge and scored another run on a OF error by the right fielder to
make it 4-0. #23 for the Clutch was 2-3 both being singles and knocking in two RBI’s as well as
#42 Zane. After the top half of the 6 th the Clutch pulling away with the game 9-0. 9-0 Clutch
Final.
Game#3- Alabama Sox got on the board early in the first when a error got Chase Williams to
first and then a hanging breaking ball later to tanner Waldrop smoked down the right field line to
make it 1-0. The Knights got on the board in the bottom of the 4 th inning tallying 5 runs. In the
heart of the lineup the Knights went Double, Double, Inside the park Home Run Bringing the

score 5-1 Knights ahead of the Alabama Sox. For the rest of the game, both pitchers settled in
and threw multiple pitches for strikes. 5-2 Knights Final.
Game #4- VBA in game #4 is off to a hot start scoring 4 runs in the first. #4 Hunter had a base
knock up the middle that scored 2 runs on one swing. In the bottom of the 2 nd Southern
Athletics get on the board to make it 4-1. Southern Athletics threated in the following half but by
great relay’s and throws gave the VBA 2 outs on the base path. Each team in the middle of the
game tack on another run each by solid hitting. Starting of the 5 th inning and its 5-2 VBA and
the offense sparked a big inning with walks and hits making the score 11-2 going into the
bottom of the 5 th .
Game #5- RedStich in the first manufactured a run in the first inning. Base hit to start the
inning, dirt ball read to second, ground ball moved the runner to third, and a deep sac fly to
score and be up 1-0. Mavs come back in a BIG way in the bottom of the second scoring 11
runs with a mix of hit by pitches, walks, and hits. The Mavs would add some more runs for
there lead making it 14-1. Final

6/2/19 At East Ridge

Game #1- Early action here at East Ridge with the Outlaws vs Alabama Sox. Top 1 Sox
scratch across two runs from a hit and a wild throw but the Outlaws were patient enough to get
one across in the bottom of the inning to make the score 2-1 Sox after the first. Alabama Sox
opened the game up with a couple of extra base hits, walks, and stolen bases to put them up 8-
1 going into the bottom of the second. Going into the top of the third and the Sox went ahead
and scored a few more making the game 11-1. Final 11-1 Al. Sox.
Game#2- During the start of the second game today DCB jumped out to a 3-0 lead by a
variety of hits, walks and extra base hits. The Tigers got out of the jam by striking out the last
batter to end the inning. The following inning the Tigers were pushing back getting two players
on and 0 outs. The Tigers get two across by two wild pitches and Had a chance to score the
tying run at third base but left him stranded. DCB are back on the offensive by getting the
bases loaded but only scratched across one making the score 4-2.
Boynton Elementary Frank Field

Expos Vs Legends- The Expos and Legends are fighting for the lead early. The
Legends batted first and were off to a quick start. The Legends scored both there runs
with two outs going double, walk, walk, and a base hit by #23 Nolan for the Legends.
The Expos would get out of the inning limiting damage. The following half the Expos
would get the leadoff guy and then stealing second. They would manufacture that
runner in to make the score 2-1 and the end of the first. For the entirety of the rest of
this game these two teams would take turns sharing the lead each inning. It looks like
whoever makes the plays will win this game. 11-10 Expos Final walk off wild pitch.
Southern Athletics Vs Expos- Turning out to be a great game here with good pitching and
situational hitting. Through four innings of play the Expos lead 4-2 against Southern Athletics.

It has been a seesaw game leading up to the final game here at Frank Seabolt Field. Each
team has shared the lead up to this point. Wild Finish and Southern Athletics win 7-6.
Clutch Vs. Southern Athletics- We’ve seen a good hitting Southern Athletics team
throughout these past few games and they are at it again. They Scored 3 runs in the first inning
with a couple of hits and a key error by Clutch. However, Clutch did answer back in the bottom
half making the score 3-1. In the top of the third the Southern Athletics clobbering the baseball
and batting around the order making the score 14-1. Final.

05/31 Voodoo v. Redstitch Voodoo strikes first on a sac fly from Broome in the top of the first.
They kept adding on as well with doubles from santiago and Varmette. After two innings The
score is 8-2 Voodoo. Red Stitch battles back in the third scratching on a walk and a double,
making the score 8-5 Voodoo. Red stitch tacks on two more in the sixth on a single from
Rossenberger. Greene Walks it off for Red Stitch 9-8. Crusaders v Patriots Both Pitchers put up
zeroes in the first inning. They both continue to pitch well into the third until gibson hit an RBI
single to give the patriots the lead. Turner throws 4 shutout innings for the patriots.The
Crusaders take the lead on some sloppy defense in the fifth. The patriots tied it up again in the
sixth on a double by Skyles. Then take the lead on a single by Hoover and won’t look back.
They take this one 3-2. Fury v patriots Fury scratch two in the first by singles by Brady and
Dillon. They add another on a ground rule double by Brady in the second. End of two 2-0 Fury.
In the bottom of the second the Patriots scratch 4 on a few walks and singles and a big double
by Holt. Brady gets another RBI to give the Fury a 5-4 lead after three. The fury take this one 7-
5. 06/01
Sox v Showcase The Sox almost hit through their lineup twice in the first jumping out to a 14-0
lead, every batter in the lineup had at least one hit and many had two. They were lead
offensively at the plate by number 54 Bramsey, with two doubles alone in the first inning.
Clawson threw three shutout innings and the Sox take this one 16-0. ITP V Showcase ITP
jumps out to an lead in the first on a single from Roston and a double from Egan. They are
leading after one 2-0. ITP adds 5 more in the third to make it 7-0. Sarabia pitches well throwing
four shutout innings. ITP wins 10-0. Thunder v. RBI Solid pitching for both teams as we end the
first 0-0. Tommy Rollins opens up the scoring for the thunder in the second on an RBI double.
Scoring hit a stand still until the fourth when number 42 for the sox hits a 2 RBI double. They
continue to poor it on and eventually take this one 8-1. Prospects v. Bombers Both pitchers
pitch well through the first three. The Prospects scratch one across in the third on a Helton RBI
single. The Prospects add to their lead in the fourth on a two RBI double by Bobo. The Bombers
fight back in the fifth making the score 4-2 Prospects. ITB V Thunder The Thunder and ITB
pitching and defense ruled this game. It was a real rubber match, with nobody scoring until the
second when ITB took the lead on a past ball. Scoring was quiet again until ITB added two in
the fourth. They end up winning 7-0. 06/02
VBA V. Knox Stars Pitching was the main point in this game. Both guys threw well into the
fourth. The first team to strike was the Stars on a couple walks and a double from number 42.

After the fourth inning they lead 3-0. VBA battles back in the fifth scratching one but the Stars
put this one away in the sixth scoring four more making the score 7-1. The Stars take this one 7-
5. Fury v. Kaba It was another pitching duel here at Central. Kaba strikes first on a past ball.
Then both teams opened it up on offense putting up two’s in the third. Fury scores three more in
the fifth to give them a 6-2 lead. They ride this lead to eventually win 7-4. ITB V. Crusaders
Crusaders Hit alot of balls hard in the first inning but ITB makes good plays. 0-0 after one.
Pitching dominated this game as neither team scored until the 5th. Then ITB took a 2-1 lead.
ITB wins it 4-3. ITB v. Stars The stars take the early lead 2-0 in the first on a couple errors and a
double. They get a good first inning as their pitcher got them out of trouble getting out of the first
inning with nothing given up. Broadheads v Stars. This one came down to the wire as the
Broadheads walk it off in the 8th 6-5.

Friday May 31st.

 

Game 3:30 Friendship- Middle TN Wolves vs. TBM Outlaws

Top 1- 25 singles to center field, scoring #23 from 3rd, making score 1-0 Wolves. #12 doubles to deep left center, clearing the bases, scoring 3 runs and now the score is 4-0 Wolves.

Bottom 1- #16 (Green) singles to left field, runner from 2nd scores. Game is now 4-1. #31 (Meadows) scores on a passed ball, game now at 4-2. 11 sacrifice fly to 2nd, #16 scores and the score is 4-3.

Top 2- # 8 hits sac fly to right field allowing #1 to score making it a 5-3. #7 scores on a passed ball making it a 6-3 ball game. #25 hit a long double to right center field, scoring 1 making it 7-3.

Bottom 2-  No Score

Top 3- No score, score remains 7-3 Wolves.

Bottom 3- No Score

Top 4- No Score

Bottom 4- No Score

Top 5-  #10 hits a sac fly to the center fielder, runner scores from 3rd. Score is now 8-3.

Bottom 5- #28 hits an inside the park home-run to deep center field, scoring one run batted in, making the score 8-4. #23 doubled down the left field line, moving a runner to 3rd and scoring a run, score is now 8-5 Wolves. 2 grounded out to shortstop, throwing error, runner scores from 3rd, score 8-6.

Game ended after 5 innings due to time limit. 8-6 Wolves

 

Game 5:45 Friendship-  Tri Star Crusaders vs. Old Hickory

Top 1-  No Score

Bottom 1- #11 (Campbell) singles to left, #15 (Johnson) scores, 1-0 Crusaders.

Top 2- #20 (Zach)  grounded to shortstop, fielders’ choice 6-4, runner scores from 3rd, game tied a 1-1.

Bottom 2- #15 grounded to 3rd, throwing error, runner scores from 3rd, score is now 2-1 Crusaders. #44 doubles down the left field line scoring 3 crusaders, now its 5-1 Crusaders.

Top 3-  #42 (tucker) singles to left field scoring the runners from 2nd and 3rd. score is now 5-3, Crusaders still on top.

Bottom 3- #4 (Honeycutt) doubles to deep left center, scoring 2 runs, the Crusaders extend their lead to 7-3.

Top 4- No Score

Bottom 4-  No Score

Top 5- No Score

Bottom 5- No Score

Top 6- No Score

Bottom 6- No Score

Top 7- No Score

Crusaders win 7-3

 

Saturday June 1st

Game 1 at Cumberland- Middle TN Wolves vs. Old Hickory

Top 1-  Bases loaded for #10 (Will Buruss), he walks and walked in a run. #3 (Carson McNutt), grounded out to shortstop but due to a throwing error, he reaches 1st safely while scoring a 2 runs, batter runner is thrown out at 2nd trying to advance on the throwing error. Score is now 3-0 Wolves.

Bottom 1- No Score

Top 2- No Score

Bottom 2- No Score

Top 3- Runners were on 2nd and 1st, #8 (Carter Brown) singled up the middle and the runner from 2nd was thrown out at home, game score is still 3-0 Wolves.

Bottom 3- # 8 (Ethan) sac bunt to advance runner to 3rd. #14 (Landon) hits a hard single up the middle, allowing the runner ay 3rd to score, game is now 3-1 Wolves. #14 (Landon) scores from 3rd on a throw down to 2nd by the catcher. Score is now 3-2 Wolves.

Top 4- No Score

Bottom 4- No Score

Top 5- #4 (Brett Bowman) scores from 3rd by a hard hit single to left from #9 (Brett Dowling). The score is now 4-2 Wolves.

Bottom 5- No score

Top 6- No Score

Bottom 6- No Score

Final score: 4-2 Wolves

 

Game 1 Friendship- Tri Star Crusaders vs. Cross Hit Black:

Top 1- 1 run

Bottom 1- No Score

Top 2- 1 run scored.

Bottom 2- No score

Top 3 (Just got to field after driving and paying veterans)- No Score

Bottom 3- no score. Score is 2-0 Cross Hit Black

Top 4- No Score.

Bottom 4- No Score. Score remains 2-0 Cross Hit Black.

Top 5- No Score.

Bottom 5-  Runner from 3rd base scored on a balk from the pitcher. #11 singled to left field, scoring #15 from 3rd base. With these 2 runs scored in the bottom of the 5th, the score is now all tied up at 2-2.

Top 6- #15 singled to short, runner advances to 3rd, runners on the corners. #14 scored from 3rd on a ground out to the shortstop by #6. Score is now 3-2 Cross Hit Black

Bottom 6- Run scores. Game is now tied at 3-3. (Missed this scoring play because some kid got hit in the head and went to make sure he was okay.)

Top 7- No Score

Bottom 7- No Score.

Top 8- No Score

Bottom 8- No Score.

Final Score 3-3

 

Game 2- Knoxville New Balance vs. TBM Outlaws

Top 1- No score.

Bottom 1- #16 (Green)hits a hard single to left field, runner from 2nd scores sliding into home on a bang-bang play. Outlaws take an early lead of 1-0 after 1 inning.

Top 2- #7 (Johnson)with a sac bunt, throwing error on shortstop, batter runner safe and advanced to 2nd, while runner from 1st is now on 3rd. #3 (Mininett) hits a deep sacrifice fly to score a run. Runner from 3rd advanced to 3rd, #2 (Broyles) bunted and scored the runner from 3rd. New Balance scores 2 that inning.

Bottom 2- No Score. The score is 2-1 New Balance.

Top 3- No score.

Bottom 3- passed ball allows runners to move to 2nd and 3rd, #42 (B. Gray) singled to left scoring 1 while the 2nd runner tried to score and got thrown out at home. Ball game is tied at 2-2.

Top 4- No score

Bottom 4- No Score

Top 5- #22 (Powell) suicide squeeze to score the runner from 3rd. The score is now 3-2 New Balance

Bottom 5- #16 (Green) bunts for a hit while advancing the runner from 1st to 2nd. #28 tries stealing but batter called for interference, inning over. The score is still 3-2.

Top 6-  No score

Bottom 6-  #2  (Mcaffrey) grounded out to 6-4, runner scores from 3rd. #7 (A. Gray) singled to left field, scoring another run. Runners at 2nd an d 3rd, #28 (May) walks to load the bases. # 16 (Green) hits a sacrifice fly to deep right, scoring the runner from 3rd. The new score is 5-3 after the Outlaws score 3 that inning.

Top 7- Runners at the corners, #8 (Beach) walked, bases loaded, #12 (Hicky) was hit by a pitch which scores a run. #14  (Nelson) walked home, game is tied at 5-5. Bases are still loaded, #8 (Beach) scores on a passed ball. #11 (Bowers) singles down the left field line to score 2 more runners, gets to second on throw my outfield. #11 (bowers) stole 3rd on passed ball. #31 (Mackel) walked runners on the corners. After a huge inning by Knoxville New Balance, they take the lead, 8-5.

Bottom 7-No score

Final score is 8-5 Knoxville New Balance.

 

Game 3- 615 Baseball Club vs. Middle TN Wolves:

Top 1- No score

Bottom 1- No score

Top 2- No score

Bottom 2- 1 runner score. Score is 1-0 615 Baseball Club (sorry, was at Cumberland getting money and trying to find a team to play East TN Elite.)

Top 3- No score

Bottom 3- No score. Score remains 1-0 615 Baseball Club

Top 4- No score

Bottom 4- No score

Top 5- No score

Bottom 5- #24 (Tristen Merithew) sacrifice bunt to move runners to 3rd and 2nd. #1 (john Valera) hits a sacrifice fly to center field, runner scores from 3rd, runner on 2nd remains. #6 (Trevor Crymes) singles to left field, runner from 2nd score, #6 (Trevor Crymes) took 2nd on throw home from left fielder. #9 ( Santiago Cruz) hits a single to left field, runners from 2nd and 3rd score. After a huge 4 run bottom of the 5th, the new score in 5-0.

Top 6- No score

Bottom 6-  No score

Top 7- no score

Final score 5-1 615 Baseball club

 

Sunday 6-2-19 @ Friendship- TBM Outlaws vs. Showcase 17u Riley

Top 1-  No score

Bottom 1- 1 runner scores. Score 1-0 Showcase

Top 2- No score

Bottom 2- #29 (Nephew) grounded out to the shortstop, 6-4, runner safe at 1st and runner from 3rd score. #5 (Chambers) walks and that makes the bases loaded. #9 (Lipscomb) walks, runner scores and bases remain loaded. #24 (Cope) singled to center field, scores 2 runners, runners at 2nd and 3rd. Passed ball scores runner from 3rd, throwing error on pitcher trying to get runner out at home, runner from 2nd scores on throwing error. After a huge Half inning, Showcase is leading the Outlaws 7-0 heading into the 3rd inning.

Top 3- #16 (Green) singles to center, scoring a run, runner at scored was thrown out rounding 2nd.

Bottom 3- No score

Top 4- No score

Bottom 4- No score

Top 5-  No score

Bottom 5- No score

Top 6- No score

Bottom 6- ball game. Showcase doesn’t hit due to time limit, winning, and home team

Final score- 7-1 Showcase

 

Game 2- BC Athletics Boynton vs. TN Speed

Top 1- No score

Bottom 1- bases loaded, passed ball which allows runner to score from 3rd.

Top 2- No score

Bottom 2- #2 (Ryan Deggs) singled up the middle and scored another run, adding to their lead. #17 (Hudson Serger) walked and now the bases are loaded. #2 (Ryan Deggs) steals home on a passed ball. #20 (Alex Harrison) doubles to deep left center, scoring 2 more runs and adding to their lead. #28 (Christian Carlton) singles to center, scoring #20 (Alex Harrison) from 3rd base after he stole 3rd. The Athletics add to their lead 6-0.

 

5/31 Crosshit Black 15u vs. Middle TN Mayhem

Crosshit Black 15u defeated Middle TN Mayhem in a complete 7 inning game with a final of 5-3. Crosshit’s bats rolled in the bottom of the 5th to grow their lead to 5-2 going into the 6th. Crosshit’s starter, #24 Colton Reign, through a strong game for his team. He exited the game with 5.0 IP and 7 K’s. Reliever # 7 came in for Crosshit to For the Mayhem, the SS #15 Ross Prosser looked good defensively up the middle with good hands and arm.

 

5/31 Post 281 Senior Team (Riverdogs) vs. Showcase 17u Riley

The game ended in run-rule fashion after 6 innings. The final score was 10-0 with Showcase 17u Riley on top over the Riverdogs. Showcase struck first by scoring 2 in the top of the 2nd. Showcase kept scoring and gradually increasing their lead throughout the game. The shortstop #21 Guzman stood out defensively and offensively in this game. He had good pop opposite field and soft, quick hands fielding. Despite giving up one run in the top of the 4th, the Riverdogs were able to throw out two of the showcase runners out at home. The Riverdogs’ CF #34 looked good at the plate for his team. He showed his good bat speed, resulting in good power.

 

5/31 615 Baseball Club vs. Showcase 17u Riley

After 6 innings, Showcase 17u Riley beat 615 Baseball Club 8-3. Showcase came out of the gates hard for a second straight game tonight. Showcase hitters combined to rally for a 3-run 1st and a 5-run 2nd for an 8 run lead. However, the bats started to slow down for Showcase after the 2nd inning. #1 looked good at the plate for Showcase as he hit the ball with good power in the gap. #6 Trevor Crymes got the first RBI for 615 with an opposite field double in the bottom of the 3rd. Both teams had good relief efforts given (#31 Hendrix for Showcase and #22 Tristen for 615)

 

6/1 RBI 16u Reds vs. Fury 16u

RBI wins in walk-off fashion over Fury with a final score of 10-9The game was close form the get go. Fury got a quick 2 runs in the first followed by RBI getting 1 in the bottom of the 1st. After 3 the game was still close with a score of 4-5 with RBI on top. From then on RBI just grew their lead inning by inning. However, Fury climbed right back to tie the game in the top of the 7th. RBI’s first baseman #15 Cody Wheeley look really good offensively for his team. Gilly hits from the left side and has a smooth swing that generates good power. No stand outs for Fury, but the team hit together well.

 

6/1 Tribe vs. TN Grind Baseball Club

The TN Grind Baseball Club holds on in the 7th to top the tribe 4-3. The game started out as a pitcher’s duel between TN Grind’s #18 Jordan Lawhorn and Tribe’s #2 Brady Stump. Both pitchers put up zeros for the first 2 innings but in the bottom of the 3rd, TN Grind’s #18 Jordan Lawhorn (the starting pitcher) got a bases clearing double to put 2 up for Grind. For Tribe, #3 Isaac Hale had a good swing that produced some good at bats for his team.

 

6/1 (JPII) Nashville Blues vs. BC Boynton

BC Boynton won in run-rule fashion over the Nashville Blues with a final score of 14-2. BC jumped out early by scoring 6 in bottom of the first and 3 in the second. BC’s bats were rolling together very well. BC’s starter #15 Brayden Taylor looked great on the mound and at the plate for his team. #10 looked good on the mound for the Blues. He had a really good curveball to compliment his good fastball location.