The DeKalb County Tiger Soccer Team tied Friendship Christian Academy 2-2 Tuesday night, April 12th
After dropping the first two games on Friday, the DeKalb County High School Tigerettes won five straight games on Saturday to claim the championship of the Plateau Invitational in Crossville.
The following are the Tigerettes opponents and scores of the tournament:
The DeKalb County Tiger Soccer Team defeated district opponent Smith County 2-0 Thursday night, April 7, at home. A delay in game necessitated two 35 minute halves as opposed to the regular 40 minute halves. 21 minutes into the first half, Senior Allen Roysden scored the Tiger's first goal of the night. DeKalb County was up 1-0 at the half.
The DeKalb County Tigers outslugged Bledsoe County at Pikeville Friday 13 to 11.
With the win, the Tigers improve to 12-1 overall and 6-0 in district play.
The Tigers scored two runs in the first inning, three runs in the second, one run in the third, two runs in the fifth, and five runs in the seventh inning. Bledsoe County scored two runs in the third inning, six runs in the fourth, and three runs in the fifth inning.
Stephen Howell, the winning pitcher, went 2.67 innings on the mound and faced sixteen batters. He gave up three runs, one earned, on two hits. Howell struck out three and walked four. Shane Salley got the save. He came in for one inning and faced four batters. Salley struck out one and gave up one hit. Tyler Kent, the starting pitcher, went 3.33 innings and faced twenty two batters. He gave up eight runs, two earned, on eight hits. Kent walked one.
Matt Giles-2 singles, triple, and 5 RBI
Shane Salley-single, 2 RBI
Andrew Atnip-2 singles, 2 RBI
The DeKalb County Tigerettes continued their winning ways Thursday with a 5 to 3 victory at Upperman.
DC scored one run in the second inning, three runs in the sixth inning, and one run in the seventh inning. Upperman scored two runs in the fourth and one run in the fifth inning.
The DeKalb Middle School Lady Saints notched another victory Thursday, beating Avery Trace Middle School 6 to 0 in Smithville.
The Lady Saints scored six runs on nine hits with no errors. They got one run in the second inning and five runs in the fourth inning.
The DeKalb County Tigers knocked off the Community Vikings of Unionville Thursday in Smithville 7 to 2.
Malone Fletcher, a fourth grader, threw out the first pitch of the game. She is nine years old and had the most points in the Ozzie Accelerated Reader Program.
The DeKalb County Tigers won both games of a doubleheader against Livingston Academy Tuesday, 13 to 5 in the first game and 13 to 3 in the second contest.
In the first game, the Tigers scored five runs in the second inning, one run in the third, four runs in the sixth, and three runs in the seventh inning. The Wildcats scored one run in the fifth inning and two runs in the sixth and seventh innings.
The game winner on the mound, Cody Puckett faced thirty one batters through seven innings. He gave up five runs, including four earned runs on five hits. Puckett struck out twelve, walked three, and hit two batters.
Destry Wiggins- 2 singles, 2 doubles and an RBI
Matt Giles- single and RBI
Shane Salley- 2 singles and 2 RBI
Tyler Kent- single
Tyler Caldwell- 2 singles, a sacrifice fly, and 2 RBI
Cody Puckett- double and RBI
Andrew Atnip- 2 singles and RBI
Hunter Graham- 2 doubles and RBI
Stephen Howell- double and 2 RBI
The Lady Saints shutout Cornerstone Friday 3 to 0 and won their junior varsity game 3 to 2 in Smithville.
DMS scored two runs in the first inning and one run in the third.
Kristen Hale, the game winner in the pitching circle, went five innings and tossed a three hit shutout. She struck out seven and walked one.
"The DCHS Soccer team played in the Franklin County Tournament this past weekend. Each game consisted of 2-35 minute halves.
On Saturday morning, with a fierce wind blowing, the Tigers first faced Henry County. DCHS held their own against Henry County and the game ended in a 0-0 tie. Senior Goalie Weston Rhody had an outstanding 25 saves in the game.
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