Avery Trace 158: Adam Cunningham 36, Cody Harrington 37, Sean Conally 42, Christian Johnson 43
Walter J. Baird 180: Ryan Botts 41, Thomas Illobre 42, Elliot Benson 46, Blake Guidry 51
DMS 190: Ethan Roller 40, Alex Hall 46, Hayden Ervin 49, Riley Young 55
The DeKalb County High School Tigerettes rallied from a 2-0 deficit in game one of their Tuesday doubleheader with Upperman, and never looked back. The Lady Bees took the lead in the top of the first inning of the opening game. DeKalb answered with one run in each the first and second innings to tie the game, then blew it open with a seven-run third inning. The end result was a 13-4 rout for the Tigerettes in the opener, followed by an 11-0 shutout in the nightcap.
Morgan Page delivered five innings in the pitching circle in the first game, and gave up the four Upperman runs on four hits, struck out seven, walked five and hit a batter. All four runs came on two base hits - one in the first, the other in the fourth. DeKalb also committed two fielding errors.
Another DeKalb County High School student-athlete has signed scholarship papers, and will continue his athletic career on the collegiate level. Trey Finley, a left-handed pitcher for the Tiger baseball team, signed papers, Tuesday morning, with Martin Methodist College, an NAIA school located in Pulaski, TN.
Red Hawks assistant coach, Michael Wallace, was on hand for Tuesday morning's signing, and is excited about having Trey join the Martin Methodist program. "One, he picked up the ball with his left hand, and left-handed pitching is hard to come by," said Wallace. "He has nice velocity for a high school player. He can throw strikes, he has the ability to work and comes from great parents and is a high-character kid."
Finley chose Martin Methodist over Vol State, and feels he made a good choice. "It's a good school for my education and they have a good baseball program," he said. "I know they beat Cumberland, this year, and Cumberland is usually a good team."
Trey Finley hurled five innings of no-hit ball, and led the DeKalb County Tiger baseball team to a 12-0 shut out of visiting Trousdale County, Monday afternoon.
Finley struck out 12 hitters, walked two and hit a batter, allowing only three runners to reach base. The Tigers put up five runs in the bottom of the first inning to give their senior lefty a lead to work with, then added six more runs in the bottom of the second. The Tigers capped off the rout with a run in the bottom of the third. The game was called in the bottom of the fifth due to the ten-run rule.
At the plate for DeKalb County, Colt Stewart smacked his fourth home run of the season and had three RBI. Zack Rowland had two singles and three RBI. Tyler Kent and Bray Page each had a double and an RBI. Joseph Bowen had a single and an RBI. Destry Wiggins ripped two singles, John Malone belted a double, Tyler Caldwell and Dylan Roller each had a single, while Corey Atnip tallied one RBI.
All 16 players got into the ball game, and two of those players - Garrett Hoke and Cody Atnip - combined for five innings of no-hit ball, as the DeKalb County High School Tiger baseball team blanked Red Boiling Springs, 11-0, Saturday afternoon in Smithville.
Hoke started the game and worked the first four innings, allowing just one runner on a hit batsmen while striking out six. Atnip pitched the fifth and final inning and struck out the side.
DeKalb County was never threatened, as the Tigers put up three runs in the bottom of the first inning and blew the game open with a six-spot in the bottom of the third. The Tigers tacked on two more runs in the bottom of the fourth and ended the game early, due to the ten-run rule.
For the second time in ten days, the DeKalb County Tiger soccer team faced district power, Livingston Academy, and for the second time, the Wildcats came up with a victory over the local team. Livingston scored two first half goals, Thursday night in Smithville, and held off a fierce Tiger comeback attempt in the second half for a 2-1 victory.
The Wildcats struck in the game's 13th minute on an unassisted goal by Tyler Watkins, who rifled the ball from the right wing into the corner net. Almost ten minutes later, the 'Cats struck again on a goal by B.J. Byers to make it 2-0.
DeKalb got a lift in the 13th minute of the second half, as Zach Wilbur fired a shot off his head into the corner net to put the Tigers on the board. The second half took on a much more intense tone from that point, but the Tigers were unable to find the net again.
The Macon County Lady Tigers handed the DeKalb County High School Tigerette fast-pitch softball team a 5-1 district loss in Smithville on Thursday, and completed a regular season sweep of the local team.
Macon County struck with a run in the top of the third inning, but the Tigerettes tied the game on a run scored by Kristina Stephens on a double-steal opportunity in the bottom of the fourth inning. Brittney Armour almost scored the go-ahead run for DeKalb, moments later, but was thrown out at home on Shay Sullivan's single to left field on the throw back in to home plate.
The Lady Tigers put up the go-ahead run in the top of the fifth inning, taking advantage of a DeKalb County fielding miscue. Sullivan loaded the bases in the fifth before striking out a batter to end the inning, with Macon on top, 2-1.
The DeKalb Middle School golf teams won a pair of matches over Warren County at McMinnville Country Club on Thursday. The Lady Saints shot a 117 in their nine-hole outing, and topped their hosts by 12 shots, while the Saints tallied a team score of 196, easily outdistancing Warren County, who finished with a 211.
Mallory Sullivan shot a 55 to lead the Lady Saints, while Kalli Mitchell totaled a 62. For the Saints, Hayden Ervin had the best overall individual score with a 46, followed by Alex Hall and Ethan Roller each had a 47. Cory Kijanski shot a 56 to round out the team total for the Saints.
The DeKalb Middle School golf teams are scheduled to host Southside, Monday at 3:30 p.m. at Smithville Golf Course.
The DeKalb County Tiger baseball team claimed a 7-4 win over the Smith County Owls in nine innings in Carthage, Wednesday afternoon, earning a split in their two-game series with their district foe. The Owls topped the Tigers, 5-4, in Smithville on Tuesday.
The Tigers scored two runs in the top of the third inning, but the Owls came back with a run in the bottom of the inning. DeKalb took a 4-1 lead with two more runs in the top of the fourth, but the Owls gradually chipped away the lead with one run in each the fifth, sixth and seventh innings.
Zack Rowland drove in the go-ahead run in the top of the ninth inning, and the Tigers tacked on two more insurance runs to take a three-run lead. Bray Page, who earned the win on the mound for DC, shut down the Owls in the bottom of the ninth, as the Tigers took home the win. Page struck out ten batters, walked four and hit a batter.
The Smith County Owls took advantage of three unearned runs in the top of the sixth inning, and held off the DeKalb County Tigers, 5-4, in Smithville Tuesday night.
The Owls scored a run in the top of the first inning on an RBI single by Timmy Bush, but the Tigers answered with a run of their own in the bottom of the first on an RBI double by Zack Rowland. Neither team scored again until the fifth inning, when the Owls took the lead on a run scored on a wild pitch by Brandon Johnston.
DeKalb County came back, again, in the bottom of the inning, and tied the game, 2-2, on an RBI double by Cody Atnip. Bray Page followed Atnip's rip with an RBI single, which gave the Tigers a 3-2 advantage.
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