07/2/20 Carter Highschool

Game Reports 3:45

TN Stix VS Old Hickory 18u

Old Hickory 18u struck first from a loud two-run RBI single from Owen Neal making the score 2-0 heading into the top of the second inning. TN Stix got on the board in the third off a passed ball witch scored their first run, this game was a bit of a stalemate through the majority of the game due to the good arms each team possessed. The TN Stix would tie the game up in the top of the sixth off a delayed steal with a man on third and a throwing error was made scoring the run, this game would end in a tie 2-2 ending via the time limit.

Standouts for TN Stix

  • Ferguson

Standouts for Old Hickory

  • Owen Neal
  • Carter

07/2/20 Carter Highschool

Game Reports 6:00

323 Baseball VS Old Hickory 17u

This game would go four innings before we had our first run, and that was in favor of Old Hickory 17u. This game stayed 1-0 into the sixth because of another great performance from both teams on the bump. In the sixth, 323 Baseball broke through with a two-run RBI single from Dax to put them up 2-1 headed into the seventh. This two-run RBI single from Dax would give his squad the win with the final score ending as 2-1.

Standouts for Old Hickory 17u

  • Braden
  • Reed

Standouts for 323 Baseball

  • J.Jones
  • E.Hetz
  • Dax

07/2/20 Carter Highschool

Game Reports 8:15

Tri Star Crusaders VS Music City Saints

The Tri Star Crusaders would score run number on of the 8:15 showdown between the Tri Star Crusaders and Music City Saints via a passed ball, the saints would take the lead in the top of the fifth inning from a Smith two-run RBI single in the top of the fifth to take the lead. The Crusaders in the sixth inning posted two runs and taking the lead back 3-2. The final score would end as 5-2 in favor of the Tri Star Crusaders.

Standouts for Saints

  • Smith
  • Ryan

Standouts for Crusaders

  • Julian
  • Green

07/2/20 Carter Highschool

Game Reports 3:45

TN Stix VS Old Hickory 18u

Old Hickory 18u struck first from a loud two-run RBI single from Owen Neal making the score 2-0 heading into the top of the second inning. TN Stix got on the board in the third off a passed ball which scored their first run, the game was a bit of a stalemate through the majority of the game due to the good arms each team possessed. The TN Stix would tie the game up in the top of the sixth from a delayed steal with a man on third combined with throwing error that allowed the runner to score. This game finished in a 2-2 tie via the time limit.

Standouts for TN Stix

  • Ferguson

Standouts for Old Hickory

  • Owen Neal
  • Carter

07/2/20 Carter Highschool

Game Reports 6:00

323 Baseball VS Old Hickory 17u

This game would go four innings before we had our first run and that was in favor of Old Hickory 17u, this game would stay 1-0 into the sixth because of another great performance from both teams on the bump. In the sixth, 323 Baseball broke through with a two-run RBI single from Dax to put them up 2-1 headed into the seventh. This two-run RBI single from Dax would give his squad the win with the final score ending as 2-1.

Standouts for Old Hickory 17u

  • Braden
  • Reed

Standouts for 323 Baseball

  • J.Jones
  • E.Hetz
  • Dax

07/2/20 Carter Highschool

Game Reports 8:15

Tri Star Crusaders VS Music City Saints

The Tri Star Crusaders would score run number one of the 8:15 showdown between the Tri Star Crusaders and Music City Saints via a passed ball, the saints would take the lead in the top of the fifth inning from a Smith two-run RBI single in the top of the fifth to take the lead. The Crusaders in the sixth inning posted two runs and took the lead back 3-2. The final score would end as 5-2 in favor of the Tri Star Crusaders.

Standouts for Saints

  • Smith
  • Ryan

Standouts for Crusaders

  • Julian
  • Green

Elite v Pro Hitting

Blake Hughes worked a scoreless inning in the top of the first for the Elite, Weaver got the start for the Prospects and did the same. After the first inning this one was 0-0. Both pitchers continued to deal and kept this one 0-0 through the first four innings. Hubble finally broke open the scoring in the fourth with a three-run RBI double down the left field line to give them a 3-0 lead. In the next inning Pro Hitting exploded for five runs on a few RBI doubles from Tipton, Whitehead, and Weaver. Later in the same inning, Eddington scored a runner with an RBI single making the score 6-3. The Elite answered with an RBI single from McNen to make the score 6-4. Pro Hitting added another run in the fifth on an RBI double from Johnson, and another two on a double from Swinski, making the score 9-4. This one ended 9-4, Prospects.

Diamond V. Arsenal

Lynch got the start for Diamond, and Poe started for the Arsenal. The arsenal scored first on a walk in the first inning to make it 1-0. Diamond answered in the bottom half of the first on a passed ball to tie up the game. 1-1. Vandin scored another on an RBI single pushing the score to 2-1. Lynch worked out of a jam in the second to keep the score 2-1. Arsenal scored on a passed ball in the second to tie it 2-2. The scored again on an error to make the score 4-2. They added a 5th run on a sac fly from Douglas. A balk scored the sixth run and an RBI single scored the seventh run. An error scored two to extend the lead 9-2. A throwing error made it 10-2. Both teams scratch in the seventh but the Arsenal win this one 14-6.

Speed V. Wave

Both pitchers worked scoreless innings in the first, after one it stood 0-0. Both pitchers threw well, keeping the score at 0-0 through the first three innings of this one. Speed finally scratched a runner in the fifth inning on a passed ball, giving them a 1-0 lead. Creasy scored another run that inning on an RBI single, pushing their lead to 2-0. The wave scored in the sixth to make it a ballgame again, 2-1 Speed. Later in the inning, Ruiz scored on an Adams double to tie up the game. The speed took the lead back in the seventh on an error, making it 3-2. Fulton threw the CG and saved this game for the speed, they win it 3-2.

BC V Xpress

The Xpress got their first three batters of the game on, by way of three consecutive walks, and scored the first run of the game on a walk. However, the Athletics worked out of the inning, only allowing one runner to score. BC started off swinging it hot – scoring two runs in the bottom of the inning making the score 2-1 BC. Both pitchers settled in and put up zeroes for the next few innings until BC scored two on an RBI double from Ellis to give them a 4-1 lead. They win this one 4-1.

Wave V. Arsenal

MacArthur got the start for the Wave and worked a 1-2-3 inning. Wendt started for the Arsenal and worked a scoreless first inning. After one, the score was 0-0. Both pitchers dealt through the fourth until the Arsenal scored in the bottom half of the inning on a two-run RBI double from Uhland. Peters added another run on an RBI double to make the score 3-0 Arsenal. The wave scratched in the sixth to make it a 5-1 game on a double by McNeeley. The Arsenal won it 5-1.

Diamond V. Rockies

Smith started for Diamond and struck out the side in order. Cunningham started on the other side for the Rockies. The Diamond scored first in the bottom half of the first inning on a walk, an RBI single from Redmond, and a three-run RBI double from Crowder. After one inning the score is 5-0. The Rockies answered in the second with an RBI single from #5. Lowery smacked a two-run bomb in the second to extend the lead to 7-1. Diamond added two more runs on a Pence single to extend the lead to 9-1 in the fifth. The Rockies answered back with a run in the top of the sixth making it 9-2. The Rockies battled back in the seventh to make it a 10-5 ballgame, but it was not enough. Diamond wins 13-5.