MOSHEIM—The Unicoi County Blue Devils stayed on course Friday night, collecting 41-20 Region 1-3A football conquest of West Greene.
Maddie McKee tossed a two-hit shutout and Riley Hope cracked a grand slam as David Crockett continued its strong softball season with an 11-0 whipping of Sullivan East on Friday.
BLUFF CITY — Happy Valley picked up a very significant Three Rivers Conference baseball win Monday.
Defense made a difference in Thursday’s Big Seven Conference softball showdown in Jonesborough.
ERWIN—Unicoi County and Science Hill turned Saturday night’s Nuclear Fuel Services softball tournament championship game into quite an entertaining affair.
MORRISTOWN—Caleb Marmo came through with a two-run, two-out single in the top of the eighth inning Friday night, ushering Science Hill’s baseball team to a 5-3 victory over Morristown East.
ELIZABETHTON—Bryson Street accounted for two hits and six innings of one-hit relief on Wednesday, leading Unaka to an 8-5 Watauga Valley Conference conquest of Hampton at Claude Holsclaw Field.
EASLEY, S.C.—Yielding only seven hits over the course of two games on Friday, Science Hill stymied Benedictine 7-2 and Belton-Honea Path 4-0 in the Green Wave Baseball Invitational.
Science Hill freshman Griffen Nickels set the tone at No. 1 singles with a 6-1, 6-1 win over Dobyns-Bennett’s Luke Morris and the Hilltoppers romped to a 9-0 win in boys’ tennis action Tuesday at Liberty Bell Courts.
Cas Blevins flirted with perfection Monday at Indian Trail.
KNOXVILLE—Matthew Levi, Kolten Keller and Chance Hall cranked out three RBIs apiece in Science Hill baseball’s 14-8 conquest of Knox Bearden on Saturday.
KNOXVILLE—With Jackson Hill pitching a three-hit shutout, Science Hill stymied Grace Christian on Friday for a 5-0 win.
Bracken Burns accounted for a pair of goals and Walker Page three assists Thursday night, lifting University High to a 5-2 home soccer victory over Daniel Boone.
KODAK—Coming alive with four runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, Elizabethton finished off Pigeon Forge shortly thereafter for a 5-4 victory Friday afternoon at the Knoxville Smokies’ stadium.
Brant Hare unlocked a tie game Tuesday with a two-run, two-out single in the bottom of the sixth inning at Thomas Stadium, where University High defeated North Greene 4-2 in Watauga Valley Conference baseball play.