7/10/20
Whitaker Bank Ballpark

Game report 11:00 AM Central KY Longhorns vs CBC Grays Gray 14u

The CBC Grays would score first by putting up two runs in the bottom of the third on two different RBI singles. The Longhorns responded by putting up four runs in the top of the fourth inning. Bryce J. came on to throw two scoreless innings to end the game. The Longhorns put up two more runs in the sixth inning with the final score being 6-2 in favor of the Longhorns.

Standouts for longhorns

  • Bryce J
  • Jashon L.
  • Hunter C.

Standouts for Grays

  • Trevor Morgan

1:30 PM Louisville Hornets vs Central KY Longhorns 14u

The Hornets scored first in the bottom of the second inning on a tricky first and third base running play. The Longhorns got back on top after a Cook single that drove in two runs. It was 4-4 in the top of the sixth inning when Elijah H. hit a line drive to the right side, driving in a run and making it 5-4. Tyler R. then hit a single which was his third hit of the game and with a throwing error it brought home two more runs. Lucas L. continued the offense with an RBI triple to make it 8-4 in favor of the Longhorns. The Hornets answered back with a big bottom half of the inning where they had multiple RBI singles. They added an eighth run to tie it up and the game ended in a tie.

Standouts for longhorns

  • Elijah H
  • Tyler R
  • Will J

Standouts for Hornets

  • Lawrence
  • James
  • Fentress

3:45 CBC Grays Gray 14u vs Louisville Hornets

The CBC Grays got off to an early start by putting up five runs on seven hits in the first inning. The Hornets chipped away at the lead by adding two in the bottom of the first, capped off by a Fentress RBI double. The Hornets added two more in the bottom of the third, bringing the score to 5-4. The Hornets came back in the bottom of the fifth with a single from Campbell, scoring two, to make it 6-6, and then Williams hit a ground ball single where the play at home couldn’t be made, Hornets in 7-6.

Standouts for Grays

  • Mayo
  • Rone

Standouts for Hornets

  • Fentress
  • Campbell
  • Williams

6:00 PM KBA prime vs Middle Tennessee Titans

The MT Titans got off to a hot start, putting up 11 runs in the first inning. Applegate had a great swing on a pitch to drive in two runs. Their patient approach in the box led to many walks and gave them many opportunities to keep the inning alive. They went on to score 16 runs and end it after three, 16-0.

Standouts for MT Titans

  • Pate
  • Applegate

07/11/20
Whitaker Bank Ballpark

Game Reports 9:00 KBA Prime vs XI

XI brought across the first two runs of the game in the top of the first. Two runs scored on an error by KBA Prime, overthrowing first. Robertson then laced a single to advance the runners to third. The courtesy runner for Tucker then scored on a passed ball making the score 3-0 in the top of the first. XI kept it rolling before KBA Prime could ever get the bats going. They
extended the lead to 5-0 in the top of the fourth on a bunt attempt that led to an error, and a passed ball. In the top of the fifth, a double by Delph scored one to start off a rally. Jaden and Duncan both singled and scored two runs each. #31 hit a sac fly to end the rally and make the lead 11-0. The final concluded at 11-0 when KBA Prime didn’t score in the bottom of the fifth.

Standouts for XI

  • Delph
  • Robertson
  • Tischner
  • Duncan

Standouts for KBA Prime

  • Livengood
  • Barker

07/11/20
Whitaker Bank Ballpark

Game Reports 11:15 KBA Prime vs Shock

The Shock scored first when Brayden laced a single and scored Colton in the first . Neither team scored again until the top of the fifth when Jackson and Jordan both singled. The Sac Fly by Ryder scored a run. In the bottom of the fifth Schmidt had an infield single, and then scored on an RBI single by Raybum. At the end of the fifth, the Shock led 2-1. In the sixth, The Shock caught fire as Braylen hit a double and scored Bryce. Dawson’s fly out scored Braylen making the score 4-1 in the middle of the sixth. The Shock caught fire in the seventh as well. They started the inning off with a double and a single. They had two more singles, a sac fly, a passed ball, and they end the top half of the seventh leading 10-1. KBA Prime couldn’t respond and the Shock won 10-1.

Standouts for KBA Prime

  • Austin
  • Jones
  • Schmidt
  • Raybum

Standouts for Shock

  • Ryder
  • Braylen
  • Dawson
  • Bryce

07/11/20
Whitaker Bank Ballpark

Game Reports 1:30 Shock vs Titans.

The Titans get an early lead on the Shock in the top of the first with an RBI single by Pate. The Shock tie the game in the bottom of the first with an RBI single by Colton. The score was 1-1 after 1. In the bottom of the second, Jaxson singled, and then a hit and run directly following msde the score 2-1. The Shock put up two more in the second on a two-run RBI single from Ryler. The lead was 4-1 for the Shock. The Titans tied the game in the top of the 6 th. The bases were loaded, one run got walked in, one scored on a Sac Fly, and one scored on an RBI single by Pate. The score stood 4-4 headed into the bottom. The Shock scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth off of errors. They led 6-4 headed into the top of the seventh and the Titans didn’t score. The Shock won 6-4.

Standouts for Titans

  • Pate
  • Carter

Standouts for Shock

  • Colton
  • Dawson

07/11/20
Whitaker Bank Ballpark

Game Reports 3:45 CBC Grays vs Shock

In the bottom of the first, an error on an attempted double play, hit by Lucas, allows a run to score. Shock with an early 1-0 lead. In the second the Shock walk in a batter to even the game
1-1. After a Rone RBI single and another walked-in batter, the Grays led 3-1 headed into the
bottom of the second. In the bottom of the second, both Moberly and Brothers reach base with
infield singles for the Shock. When Moberly scored on a passed ball, they cut the lead to 3-2. In
the top of the third, two Grays reached base on walks. Stewart then hit a two out, two-run RBI double to the right center gap. Grays lead 5-2 headed into the bottom of the third. In the top of the fourth, the Shock walkes one across. The Grays led 6-2. A passed ball allowed another run and the Grays went up 7-2. In the bottom of the fourth, Brothers triples with two outs and then scores on a wild pitch, the Shock cut the lead to 7-3. The Shock rallied and score two more on a tw-run RBI single by Cordora. The score stood at 7-5 at the end of the fourth. The game ended due to time limit and the Grays won 7-5.

Standouts for CBC Grays

  • Rone
  • Stewart

Standouts for Shock

  • Brothers
  • Moberly
  • Cordora

07/11/20
Whitaker Bank Ballpark

Game Reports 6:00 Shock vs Hornets

In the top of the first, the Shock got an early 1-0 lead after they reached base on a walk and score on a passed ball. In the bottom half, James singled and Campbell walked. Phillips hit a two-run RBI double to score them. Hornets lead 2-1 headed into the second. The next scoring was in the bottom of the third when an RBI single by Eakins scored James for the Hornets. After the single, an error and a FC allowed another run. Hornets now led 4-1 headed into the fourth. An infield single by James, scored Williams. That made James 3-3 on the day. With two outs in the bottom of the fourth, the Hornets were up 5-1. Campbell walked. Eakins shot a line drive up the middle to score two. He was now 2-3 on the day. Hornets were then up 7-1 over Shock. Shock go scoreless in top half of the fifth. In the bottom, the Shock walked five straight batters, and the Hornets win by run rule, 9-1 in five innings.

Standouts for Shock

  • Moberly

Standouts for Hornets

  • James
  • Eakins
  • Brown


Whitaker Bank Ballpark
7/12 writeups

9:00 AM Shock Baseball vs Central KY longhorns

The longhorns got the first run across from a Myles S. RBI single to take a 1-0 lead. Shock Baseball came right back with two runs of their own to take a 2-1 lead. In the bottom of the third inning with two outs there was a dropped third strike play where the runner reached safely, where the Longhorns put up four runs, all with two outs, which was capped off by an Elijah H. double that scored t woruns.

Standouts for Longhorns

  • Lucas L.
  • Myles S.
  • Elijah H.

Standouts for Shock baseball

  • Spurrier

11:00 AM XTRA Innings vs MT Titans

Extra Innings took a 1-0 lead in the first off a throwing error. MT Titans took the lead back in the second off a Cook single that drove in two runs. Taking advantage of a throwing error, and then a well-executed safety squeeze. The MT Titans pushed their lead to 4-1 in the fourth. Baker lined a ball into right center for a double to bring home two more runs to make it 6-1 in the bottom of the fifth. Titans push it to 9-1 to end the game in the sixth inning.

Standouts for Extra Innings

  • Tucker

Standouts for Titans

  • Applegate
  • Cook
  • Baker

1:30 PM Extra Innings vs Shock Baseball

Extra innings got on the board in the top of the first, but Shock baseball got back in the bottom of the first with a six run inning that was capped off by an RBI double from Brayden. Shock had a patient approach at the plate, leading to walks and more baserunners which helped them get two more across to make it 8-1 after two. The offense never slowed as they put up five more in the bottom of the third inning. Shock went on to win 15-2 after four innings of play.

Standouts for Shock

  • Brayden
  • Ryder

3:15 14u Championship central KY Longhorns vs Louisville Hornets

The Longhorns got off to a great start in the first inning as Mason hit a single that drove in To wruns followed by Will who hit a single that also drove in two runs to make it 4-0 after one. The Hornets responded with a loud second inning putting up seven runs. It was started by a Fentress double in the left center gap, and with a combination of some errors and walks were able to keep the inning rolling for a long time. The Hornets had another strong inning in the fifth, putting up fivemore to make it 12-4. The Hornets closed it out in the fifth winning 12-4.

5:15 15u Championship MT Titans vs Shock baseball

The MT titans took a 3-0 lead in the first from a walk and two errors that allowed the baserunners to come all the way around and score. The Shock came back in the bottom half of the third, putting up three runs of their own. Bryce drove a ball for a SAC fly that got the offense going for the Shock. MT titans added two more in the top of the fifth continuing playing small ball and stealing bases making it 5-3. Shock Baseball put together a wild last inning and completed the walk off to win the 15u championship.