The DeKalb County 13 & 14 year old All Stars have been eliminated from the state tournament at South Holston, Tennessee after losing to Greenville Monday night 10 to 0.
The DeKalb County 13 & 14 year old All Stars are scheduled to play Greenville tonight (Monday) in the state tournament at South Holston, Tennessee. Game time is set for 8:30 p.m. eastern time.
The local All-Stars lost their first game of the state tournament to Madison on Saturday 10 to 5 and then came back Sunday evening to defeat Carter County 10 to 4 in the loser's bracket of the tournament.
In the game Saturday, Steven Page was the losing pitcher. He gave up two hits including a two run homerun. He also walked one. Evan Cripps came in to pitch and he gave up two hits, walked one, and hit two batters.
Hits for DeKalb County:
Seth Stanley, two singles, BB twice, and an RBI
Steven Page, single, double, and RBI
Devin Summers, single, BB
Evan Cripps, single, double, BB, RBI
Travis Ferrell, single, BB, RBI
The DeKalb County 11 & 12 year old All Stars defeated the Johnson City Nationals 3 to 1 Saturday evening to claim their first victory in the state baseball tournament at Erwin, Tennessee.
Johnson City scored one run in the first inning. DeKalb County scored one run in the fourth inning and two runs in the fifth to get the win.
The Purple Pride Caravan is rolling again, with stops planned at seven communities around the region plus two events in Cookeville, all in anticipation of Tennessee Tech’s 2010 football season.
The Purple Pride Caravan is scheduled to visit Smithville on Tuesday, July 20, visiting the Save-A-Lot store from 4 until 6 p.m.
The Purple Pride Caravan is making stops across the region during July and August, giving football fans in those areas a chance to grab a hot dog and a drink, meet Golden Eagle head coach Watson Brown, pick up schedule cards and poster, win free tickets to the first game and register to win other prizes.
The Purple Pride Caravan will hold a tailgate event in each town to promote the upcoming football season with free hot dogs and Pepsi in a tailgate atmosphere.
The DeKalb County 9 & 10 year old All-Stars defeated Smith County 5 to 4 in the bottom of the ninth inning Thursday at Carthage to force a deciding game tonight for the championship of the District Tournament.
Derrick Young knocked in the winning run for DeKalb County in Thursday night's game.
Tonight's game starts at 7:00 p.m. at Carthage.
The DeKalb County 11 and 12 year old All Stars claimed the District Tournament Championship Wednesday night in Lafayette with an 18 to 12 slugfest over Gallatin and will soon be packing their bags for the state tournament which begins July 24th at Erwin, Tennessee.
The DeKalb County 11 & 12 Year Old All Stars lost Tuesday night to Gallatin 8-5 at LaFayette. They will play again for the District Tournament Championship tonight at 7:00 p.m. The winner will advance to the State Tourney in East Tennessee
The DeKalb County 13 and 14 year old All Stars are headed for the State Tournament after winning the District Tournament Championship Tuesday night with a 10 to 5 victory over Smith County.
The winning pitcher for DeKalb was Devin Summers with 7 strike outs, 2 hit batsman, and he gave up 6 hits, while Evan Cripps came in as a relief pitcher to close out the game. He gave up 2 hits and walked 1.
Hits for DeKalb : Aaron Patterson - 2 BB ( Base on Balls ), 2 RBI
Seth Stanley - BB, RBI
Steven Page - Single, Double, BB,
Devin Summers - BB, Single, RBI
Evan Cripps - Double, Single, RBI
Travis Ferrell - Single, 2 RBI
Eli Gill - BB
Spencer Stanfield - BB
Chase Hoke - Single, HB ( hit batsman)
Ty Curtis - Single, 2 RBI
DeKalb County 11 and 12 year old will play tonight (Tuesday) in LaFayette at 6:00 p.m. If the teams wins tonight, it will advance to the state tournament. If the local All-Stars lose, the team will have to play a third and deciding game on Wednesday night.
The DeKalb County 13 & 14 year old All Stars defeated Smith County 4 to 1 in the first game of the District Tournament at Smith County Monday night.
Steven Page was the winning pitcher. He gave up six hits, had eight strikeouts, and walked two.
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