Farragut High School 7-2-20

Mississippi Bulls vs Arsenal Grind Rangers Gold

Arsenal Grind Rangers starting pitcher Hawkins was dominant in his outing. Hawkins threw four innings, only allowing one run to a talented Mississippi Bulls offense. Arsenal’s offensive attack was led by Whittenburg, Stilher, Randolph, Fish, and Hawkins. Arsenal took the lead early in the game and led for the remainder of the game. Stilher hit a solo home run in
the bottom of the third to extend Arsenal’s lead. Arsenal’s offensive attack was relentless, scoring in almost every inning of the game. Arsenal Grind Rangers Gold defeated Mississippi Bulls seven to one in six innings.

Farragut High School 7-2-20

Diamond Mine vs Prospex 17u

Diamond Mine versus Prospex was an offensive showdown between two talented lineups. Prospex jumped out to an early five to zero lead in the top of the second inning. Prospex’s big inning was led by Walker, Willingham, Hodges, and Wilson. Wilson had an RBI single to bring in the Prospexs first run of the game. Mckinney added to the Prospex’s lead later with a two-run single. Prospex’s pitching was led by Wilson as he threw five innings and only allowed two runs to a talented Diamond Mine lineup. In the bottom of the sixth inning, Diamond Mine added six runs from the bats of Hank Igleman, Matt Wells, Roman Coxie, and many more. Prospex defeated Diamond Mine seven to six in seven innings.

Farragut High School 7-3-20

Mississippi Bulls vs Old Hickory

Rodney Parker got the bulls on the board with an RBI single to right field in the top of the third. Drew Sell added to the Bulls lead with a three-run double off the left-center wall. Old Hickory responded in the bottom of the third with a three-run double from Carter. Eli McNease added to the Bulls lead with an RBI double in the top of the fourth. Rodney Parker also added to the bulls lead with an RBI triple. Bulls defeated Old Hickory nine to three in six innings.

Farragut High School 7-3-20

Grind Rangers Arsenal Gold vs Old Hickory

The Old Hickory offense jumped out to an early start with a two-run double from Owen. After Old Hickory’s explosive second inning, Lee settled in and delivered a solid pitching performance. Old Hickory’s starting pitcher, Mullaney, had a very good pitching performance holding a talented Arsenal offense scoreless through five innings. In the bottom of the fifth, Longston extended Old Hickory’s lead. Hickory run ruled Grind Ranger Arsenal Gold eight to zero in five innings.

Farragut High School 7-3-20

Fury vs Music City Saints

Fury versus Music City Saints was a back and forth pitching battle early on. Music City Saints Key took the mound for Fury and did an exceptional job of keeping the Saints line-up off balanced. Fury offense exploded in the bottom of the third inning scoring four runs. Fury’s offensive attack was led by Seals, Massengale, Bagely, Zahhbrobsky, and Key. Fury defeated Music City nine to three in seven innings.

Farragut High School 7-3-20

Tennessee Select vs Georgia Stars Baseball Academy

Tennessee Select versus Georgia Stars Baseball Academy appeared to be a pitcher’s duel early on. Joshua took the mound for Georgia Stars and kept TN Select offense off balance early. Bailey Trunt took the mound for Tennessee Select and often throughout the game stranded runners in scoring position. Tennessee Select offense was off to a slow start until an RBI single from Luke Farragut got TN Select on the board. In the same inning, Seth Shaw added to TN Select’s lead with a two-run double. Georgia Stars responded the following inning with a two-run single from Colton. Tennessee Select defeated Georgia Stars Baseball Academy three to
two.

Farragut High School 7-3-20

Fury vs Prospex 18u

Fury versus Prospex was a back and forth pitching duel between two talented starting pitchers. Fury’s starting pitcher Guthie was dominant in his performance as very few Prospex hitters were able to reach base safely. Prospex’s starting pitcher Brett had a dominant performance as well. However, Zahrobsky put Fury on the board in the top of the third with an RBI single. Fury’s starting pitcher, Guthie, worked himself out of multiple jams – stranding runners in scoring position throughout the game. In the top of the fourth, Bagley extended Fury’s lead with a two-run single. Fury’s offensive attack was led by Zahrobsky, Bagley, Key, and Massengale.