BC Athletics vs. Showtime
Showtime pushed across one run in the top of the first off an RBI double from Scully, making it 1-0 going into the bottom half. BC scored back in the top of th second off a defensive miscue from Showtime tying the game at 1-1. BC scored two more in the top of the third off a big fly from #27 B. Wright making the score 3-1. Michall scored for Showtime in the bottom of the fourth off a BC error making it 3-2. Scully drove in another for Showtime in the bottom of the fifth inning making it 3-3. Bergstrom scored on a Showtime miscue making the score 4-3. Smith singled in Tesh to push the Showtime lead to 5-3. B. Wright knocked in another run with a sac fly and the score was 6-3 going into the bottom of the seventh inning. Scully doubled in Walker, making the lead 6-4. The rally fell short as BC got the win 6-4.
ETB vs. Virginia Cannons
C. Lamons got ETB on the board first with a single to left making it 1-0. C. Tullock scored as well for ETB and the lead was 2-0. W. Fletcher knocked a sac fly to left making it 3-0 going into the bottom of the first. #22 knocked in one with a double to cut the lead to 3-1. #11 grounds out to third scoring #22 and it’s now 3-2. #27 doubled into left scoring #14 and #21 making the score 4-3 Cannons in the bottom of the fourth. #5 singled in #12 and #27 making the score 6-3 going into the top of the fifth. #22 knocked a single into right extending the Cannons lead to 7-3. #11 doubled in Shobert and #22 making the Cannons lead 9-3 going into the fifth. N. Lisenby scored on a bases-loaded walk for ETB cutting the lead to 9-4. #27 doubled in #12 extending the Cannons lead to 10-4. H. Hartman knocked a single into center scoring Shipley and Willett and making the final score 10-6.
BC Athletics vs. Hit after Hit Galloway
HAH got on the board first as K. Harris singled in B. Turner to make the score 1-0 going into the bottom of the first. BCA scored right back as Spencer singled in Whaley to make the score 1-1. Crider lined a ball to center for a single that scored Spencer and Bergstrom making the score 3-1. Tesh singled in Crider to extend the lead to 4-1 going into the second. Lutterman singled in Goins in the bottom of the second to extend the BC lead to 5-1. A BC defensive miscue allowed a HAH run in the top of the third making the score 5-2. Whaley doubled to left scoring Smith and Goins, pushing the BC lead to 7-2. BC scored one more on a passed ball making it 8-2 going into the top of the fifth. Simpson drove in Crider and Tesh in the bottom of the fifth to extend the lead to 10-2 making it a run rule victory.
Unionville vs. NRV
NRV scored first in the bottom half of the first as A. Shaffner doubled in M. Williams making the NRV lead 1-0. D. Sisson knocked in two more as he singled in L. Dunford and D. Dalton making the lead 3-0 going into the second. Both pitchers worked a scoreless second inning to keep the score at 3-0. NRV scored another in the bottom of the third off a Unionville error extending the lead to 4-0. A sac fly from A. Shaffner and a passed ball scored two more for NRV in the bottom of the fourth making the lead 6-0. RBI’s from D. Sissin and A. Chagrin extended the lead once again to 8-0 cashing in a run rule victory for NRV.
NRV vs. Chattanooga Generals
NRV scored first off a single from O. Repass that scored I. Perkins making the score 1-0. L. Delph knocked in two more with a double scoring J. Hedge and I. Keith making the score 3-0 going into the bottom of the first. A bases loaded HBP by Wright and an RBI single from Ferguson cut the NRV lead to 3-2. A fielder’s choice scored 2 more for and it’s now 4-3. Castelin knocked in 2 more to extend the Generals lead to 6-3. Bell singled in another run making the score 7-3 going into the top of the second. A bases loaded walk put the Generals in business again in the second, as the score stood 8-3. Clift grounded into a fielder’s choice that scored two rums, and the Generals lead grew to 10-3. Both pitchers worked a scoreless third inning and the score was still 10-3 going into the fourth. Ferguson grounded into a fielder’s choice to score another for Generals making it 11-3. An error and a double by Clift added two more for a run rule victory 13-3.
NRV vs. Hit After Hit Galloway
NRV got on the board first in the bottom of the first courtesy of a two-run shot from R. Divers, making the score 2-0 going into the top of the second. HAH scored back in the top of the second off a two-run RBI triple from R. Moore – scoring Altizer, Iverson, and Curtis, giving HAH a 3-2 lead. Scoring continued in the top of the third as Iverson knocked in Free and Harris making the lead 5-2. Scoring came to a halt until the fifth inning due to some solid pitching from S. Carroll and #3 for HAH. That would come to an end though, when D. Dampeer doubled in a run making it 5-3. Another double in the bottom of the sixth from Horsley brought the game to a tie at 5-5. Neither team could scratch across a run in the seventh inning resulting in a 5-5 tie as the result.
NRV vs. TN Stix
TN Stix got on the board first, courtesy of a line drive single from C. Raby, making the score 1-0 going into the bottom of the first. NRV struck back in the bottom half from an RBI single from D. Dalton tying the ball game at 1-1. S. Gibbons and E. Maples worked a scoreless second and third inning for their teams as the score stood at 1-1 going into the fourth. NRV scored two runs in the fourth inning courtesy of a double from D. Sisson and a single from C. Barnes, making the score 3-1. Z. Foster knocked in another for NRV in the fourth, increasing the lead to 4-1. A. Shaffner and C. Raby worked scoreless frames the rest of the way out for their teams as NRV walked away with a highly competitive 4-1 win.
ECB vs. ET Rockets
Rockets got on the board first, courtesy of a double from J. Diamond that scored P. Trippeer making it 1-0. J. McCallister singled in B. Kramer and C. Fleeman to extend the lead to 3-0. A bases-loaded walk scored another for Rockets making it 4-0. C. Ball singled in H. Smith making the lead 5-0 going into the second inning. E. Meadows got the scoring going for ECB in the top of the second with an RBI single making the score 5-1. #28 put down a sacrifice that also scored one for ECB making it 5-2. #29 singled in another run making 5-3. B. Cramer hit a sacrifice fly that scored another making it 5-4. J. Reina singled in B. Cramer to tie the game at 5-5. A double from #18 and a fielder’s choice pushed the score to 7-5 going into the third inning. A triple from J. Reina and a couple of defensive miscues from Rockets made the score 10-5. J. McCallister hit a big fly that scored two for Rockets making the score 10-7. A bases-loaded HBP and a base on balls scored two more for the Rockets making the score 10-9. H. Smith singled in a run in the top of the fourth inning to tie the game at 10-10. Both teams go down scoreless in the fifth inning and the game ended in a 10-10 tie.
Tennessee Select vs. NRV
Select began the scoring started early as T. Merritt grounded out to third, scoring T. Parton, making the score 1-0. D. Dalton grounded out for NRV, but a run still scored making it 1-1. D. Sisson singled in A. Shaffer making the score 2-1. P. Hale worked a bases-loaded walk to make the score 3-1. J. Weaver knocked a grand slam to left field scoring Sisson, Barnes, and Hale making it 7-1. NRV continued the scoring in the bottom of the second with a sac fly from P. Hale making it 8-1. C. Barnes scored on a passed ball and makes the score 9-1. A. Slayer worked scoreless second and third innings for NRV. A bases loaded walk scored another for NRV making it 10-1.
Another bases loaded walk made it 11-1. P. Hale doubled in two more for NRV scoring Sisson and Barnes making it 13-1. A Select error pushed another across making it 14-1. E. Miller scored on a passed ball making it 14-2. Final score 14-2.
NRV vs. ECB
ECB got the scoring started early as they scratched across a run in the bottom of the first from a wild pitch that J. Reina scored on. The bottom of the second was a productive one for ECB as they scored five runs in the half. E. Meadows scored on a wild pitch making it 2-0, followed by a sac fly from #14 which scored Dehart making it 3-0. B. Cramer knocked in one with a line drive single to center field making it 4-0. #29 scored on a wild pitch, and Cramer scored on a ground ball, making it 6-0. East Cobb got back to the scoring in the third, courtesy of a passed ball making it 7-0. Another wild pitch in the bottom of the fourth scored another for ECB, securing them a run rule victory 8-0. Great pitching for ECB’s B. Cramer, he gave up only two hits and five K’s over four innings of work. Final score 8-0.