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In a classic pitching duel, David Crockett beat Big Five Conference and Washington County rival Daniel Boone 1-0 Monday night at Miller Field.

Garrett Leonard had the RBI double with two outs in the fifth inning to score Aidan Clark from the second.

Both teams combined for eight hits (4 each) as Leonard was the player with multiple hits.

Gage Peterson picked up the win for the Pioneers as he allowed just two hits in six innings and sat eight Trailblazers.

Aidan Roller took the loss for Boone, giving up a run on four of six hits. He had three strikeouts.

Sullivan East 6, Volunteer 5

BLUFF CITY — Dylan Bartley’s starting single lifted the Patriots against Volunteer in a key Upper Lakes Conference matchup.

With the game tied at five, Bartley hit a base on a 1-2 count that Corbin Dickenson led. The Patriots tied things at five in the bottom of the sixth when Jonathan Beach scored a brace that scored two runs.

Tyson Mitchell was credited with the win for East as he threw a perfect seventh.

Bartley and Dickenson each had two hits.

Cason Christian went 2-for-3 at home plate to lead the Falcons.

Johnson County 6, Happy Valley 5

MOUNTAIN CITY — Asa Lewis was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh and it ended up being the Longhorns’ start.

Happy Valley rallied to tie the game in the seventh thanks to four points.

After the Warriors scored a run in the top of the sixth, Johnson County responded with one to take a 5-1 lead before HV made a push.

Lewis scored the victory on the mound. He gave up one run on three hits on 6 1/3 frames and struck out seven.

Zac Parsons and Seth Condor both had multiple hits for the Horns. Pedro Colunga went 2 for 3 at home plate for HV.

Hampton 9-14, Hancock County 4-5

SNEEDVILLE – Hampton scored four points in the fourth, opening Game 1 wide.

The offensive onslaught was led by Caleb Royston and McKinley Kuhn, who both hit in runs.

Chance Point picked up the win for the Bulldogs. Point allowed no run and only one hit in two innings while striking out four.

Conor Jones and Johnathan Greenwell both had multiple hits for Hampton, as each had a pair.

Point had four stolen bases and the Bulldogs ran free on base paths with 10 interceptions.

Kyler Lewis picked up the win for Hampton in Game 2, getting five while allowing six hits and striking out eight.

Conor Jones led Hampton with three stolen bases. The Bulldogs blasted their way down the baselines, producing seven steals.

Providence Academy 11, Asheville (NC) 1

The Knights scored four runs in the fifth thanks to big sticks from Manny Leslie, Mabry Runnels, Caleb Cross and Tyner Simpson, who each had an RBI in the frame.

Carter Sprouse picked up the win with the southpaw going five innings and allowing one run on three hits and striking out two on strikes.

Runnels went 2 for 2 on the flat to lead Providence on the flat.


Science Hill 12, Elizabethton 2

Bree Presnell had a big day at the plate for Science Hill, scoring five runs on two homers and a single.

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The Lady Hilltoppers scored six runs in the sixth thanks to singles from Beth Pridemore, Presnell and Zoey Cooper and a double from Maddie Diamond.

Madi Holstein picked up the win, allowing eight hits and two runs while striking out three while going five innings.

Cooper and Abigail Taylor each had multiple hits for the Lady’ Toppers.

Maely Ingram and Madisun Pritchard each had multiple hits for Elizabethton. Ingram went 3 for 4.

Dobyns-Bennett 8, Happy Valley 1

KINGSPORT — The Lady Indians had everything to work for in a non-conference win over Happy Valley.

DB scored four runs in the fourth on hits from Maggie Seymour and a brace from Catie Zani. Seymour took the win for Kingsport in the circle, going seven solid innings, allowing seven hits and a run while striking out four.

Zani and Haigan Depew had multiple hits for the Tribe, each finishing with two.

Maddie Lingerfelt and Alleah Grindstaff each racked up hits for HV.

Tennessee High 3, West Ridge 1

BLOUNTVILLE – The Lady Vikings took the lead on a single in the second inning and never looked back.

Mac Newport picked the first pitch she saw and drove into the go-ahead race.

Rylee Fields picked up another win for Tennessee High, allowing three hits and a run over seven innings. She had five strikeouts.

Newport went 2-for-2 at home plate to lead the Lady Vikings.

Daniel Boone 5, Greeneville 3

Kaleigh Quesinberry picked up the win for the Lady Trailblazers, going 4 1/3 and striking out one.

Boone hit three homers on the day as Savannah Jesse and Camryn Sarvis both hit a solo hit while Quesinberry a two-run variety. Sarvis and Audrey Moorhouse each had two hits.

David Crockett 9, Unaka 3

ELIZABETHTON — David Crockett retired in close competition early with three in the fourth.

Sydney Hodges, Ashlyn Dulaney and Kristen Lowery all had big RBIs in the inning.

Cara Wilson picked up the win for the Lady Pioneers by allowing eight hits and three runs in seven innings, while stoking three.

Chelsea Williams hit a home run in the seventh for the Jonesborough side. Lowery, Dulaney and Julie Maupin all had multiple hits for Crockett.

Trinity Bowers beat 2 for 4 at the plate to dominate the Lady Rangers.

High 12 University, Tri-Cities Christian 1

Reece Williams picked up the win for the Lady Bucs as the right-hander went five innings, allowed three hits and a run while striking out nine.

Caroline Bader led University High, going 2 for 2 and four stolen bases.

UH went wild on base paths with 10 stolen bases.


Providence Academy 1, High University 0

Reid Stoltzfus scored the game-winning goal on a second-half penalty shot for the Knights.

Goaltender Tyler Zepeda made several key saves to preserve Providence’s shutout.

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