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Roundup: Baseball, softball, soccer action

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Loretto 5, Giles Co. 3: Loretto got a big night at the plate from Josh Porter, Camden Porter and Carter Daniel to earn a win. All three finished with a double and a single Josh Porter had a pair of RBIs, while Camden Porter added one RBI.

Summertown 4, Eagleville 1: Grayson Burleson launched his first career home run to lead the visiting Eagles to a win. Grant Burleson earned the win on the bump with a complete game, striking out 16 in the win.


Cornersville 9, Culleoka 3: Despite taking a lead on an Alex Skinner two-run homer in the third inning, Culleoka couldn’t hang on, as the Lady Dawgs answered with a three-run homer of their own in the bottom half. Cornersville scored a run in each of the fourth and fifth innings before putting up a four-spot in the sixth to put the game away. Culleoka added a run in the seventh on a Skinner double. Kylie Thomas gave up five earned runs on 10 hits and took the loss in the circle.

Boys Soccer

Columbia Central 8, Rossview 1: Hat tricks from Victor Ramierez and Brewer Wall helped Columbia Central to get back in the win column following a tough stretch of games. The Lions also got goals from Randy Gray and John Dunn. Mason Hollingsworth’s corner kick set up Dunn and he assisted Wall on the Lions’ final goal. Kameron Smith and Ramierez each notched assists in the game.

8-AAA all-district team named

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District 8-AAA boys soccer coaches recently selected their all-district team and superlative award winners, with regular-season champion Columbia Central taking a number of honors.

Lions sophomore goalie Dane Holley was named 8-AAA goalkeeper of the year, with juniors Victor Ramirez and Brewer Wall recognized as the league’s top midfielder and forward, respectively. Central’s Greg Szydlowski was honored as the district coach of the year.

The full list of selections follows:

All-District first team – Emilio Contreras, John Martinez (Coffee Co.); Brandon Carrascoza, Mason Hollandsworth, Kameron Smith (Columbia Central); Rylan Banks, Camden Eslick (Franklin Co.); Santana Carrillo, Sammy Gantes (Lincoln Co.); Yahir Cervantes, Dyson Collins, Cristian Ramos (Shelbyville).

All-District second team – Joseph Galindo, Bodey Todd (Coffee Co.); Randy Gray, Collin Rowe, Raul Sarabia (Columbia Central); Brad Simmons, Caleb Tubb (Franklin Co.); Damian Castaneda, John Sharp (Lincoln Co.); Edgar Solis, Ryan Tacuba, Pepe Vargas (Shelbyville).

Goalkeeper of the Year – Dane Holley, Columbia Central; Defender of the Year – Eduardo AJ, Shelbyville; Midfielder of the Year – Victor Ramirez, Columbia Central; Forward of the Year – Brewer Wall, Columbia Central; Freshman of the Year – Kolby Themm, Shelbyville; Coach of the Year – Greg Szydlowski, Columbia Central.

Weekend on the diamonds, pitch

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Spring Hill 6, Brentwood 0: Jackson Marbet and Quent Mizer hit home runs for Spring Hill on Sunday when the Raiders downed Brentwood. Marbet had a two-run blast, while Mizer’s was a three-run shot. Dawson Hargrove was solid on the bump, going six innings and striking out 13 in the game. Brantly Whitwell worked a perfect seventh as well with a pair of strikeouts.

Lawrence Co. 10, Summertown 7: A seven-run first inning propelled Lawrence County to a full season sweep of their county rivals with the final win coming over Summertown on Saturday. All seven of the Wildcats’ runs came with two outs. Zack Graves doubled, Grant James, Camden Bosheers, Bryson Mcfall and Ayden Luffman each singled in the inning. Three walks and a hit-by-pitch also contributed to the scoring. Summertown scored three in the second and a pair in the fifth to cut into the lead, but Lawrence County answered with a pair of its own. Colton Moore was 2-for-3 for the ‘Cats and drove in three runs. McFall added a pair of RBIs as well. Grant Burleson was 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs for Summertown. Gavin Burleson drove in three runs for the Eagles.

Page 11, Columbia Central 4: Eston Snider hit a homer in the first inning to set the tone early for Page on Saturday. After Columbia Central took a run lead in the first, the Pats opened up for three in the bottom half. Central saw Konner Bowden go deep in the fifth as well. Hudson Adams gave up five runs in two innings and struck out two taking the loss.

Spring Hill 7, Shelbyville 4: Quent Mizer took a pitch to the body with the bases loaded of a tie game in the fifth inning to bring in the eventual winning run for Spring Hill on Friday. Brantley Whitwell was 3-for-4 in the game with an RBI. Brandon O’Brien added a pair of RBIs as well on a hit. Conner Gaia and Cole Taylor helped the Raiders to the win on the bump.

Page 7, Summit 3: Page busted out for five first inning runs against Summit to down the Spartans on Friday. Brady Hendrix took the loss, giving up six runs on nine hits over three innings Devin Thrain and Auston Kincaid came on in relief, giving up just one run in three innings of work. Garrett Sims hit a two-run home run for Summit.

Div. II-A District 3

Middle Tenn. Chr. 7, 14; Zion Chr. 0, 0: Zion Christian ended the 2021 campaign with the most wins in school history (14), but were unable to extend their season past a doubleheader on Friday. The Eagles had just three hits in the two games with Luke Perko, Max Brown and Wyatt Heins each singling on the day.

Columbia Acad. 13, 6; Providence Chr. 3, 0: In Game 1, The Bulldogs got an early lift on a single from Kavares Tears. Max Ballard, Damon Toombs, Cade Crouthamel and Tyler Stephens each drove in a pair of runs. Stephens had a home run in the contest. Bryant Beranek and Stephens combined to shut down Providence from the mound. Game 2 was much of the same from the CA pitching staff, as Landon Prentice and Mason Raffauf combined for a two-hitter and struck out 15 collectively. Tanner Ham and Ballard each had a pair of hits in the game, while Stephens added two more RBIs.


Spring Hill 5, Centennial 4 (11 inn.): Spring Hill’s Kat Carter struck out 19 in a marathon win over Centennial on Friday. The senior gave up an early first inning run, but locked in from there on out. The Lady Raiders got multiple hits in the game from D’Naijah Wade, Bella Umstead and Carter. Umstead drove in two for Spring Hill. Ainsley Tuck put Spring Hill up 4-3, scoring from second when the Lady Cougars couldn’t come up with a throw at first on Gracie Boehms’s grounder to third. The throw from first to the plate was on time, but a sliding Tuck knocked the ball loose. In the confusion, Boehms motored to third, prompting a throw from the plate that went just wide, allowing the Lady Raiders to take a 5-3 lead.

Joe Williams of the Williamson Herald contributed to this report.

Div. II-A, Middle Region Tournament

Columbia Acad. 10, Donelson Chr. 0: Tori Duval drove in five runs on two hits for CA on Friday. The Bulldogs also got a perfect 3-for-3 hit day from Kennedy Chatman as well, who scored twice on Duval hits. Karley Harakas added a pair of RBIs in the game. Averi Slaughter earned the win in the circle, going four innings and striking out eight.

Friendship Chr. 10, Zion Chr. 1: A potent Friendship Christian offense took full advantage of the Lady Eagles on Friday. Freshman pitcher Ashleia Coble went six innings and gave up seven earned runs on 13 hits. She struck out six in the loss. At the plate, Rebecca Hazard was 2-for-3 to lead Zion with an RBI. Coble, Elizabeth Wood and Peyton White each had hits in the game.

Boys Soccer

Oakland 3, Columbia Central 2: Oakland scored a pair of unanswered goals, each in the final four minutes of the match, to earn a come-from-behind win on Saturday. Oakland got on the board first with a goal before Victor Ramirez scored back-to-back for Columbia Central. Ramirez’s first goal was assisted by Kameron Smith. The Lions took a 2-1 lead in the 55th on Ramierez’s second goal.

Area sports upcoming


Santa Fe at Fayetteville, 5 p.m.
Summertown at Eagleville, 5 p.m.
Cascade at Richland, 5:30 p.m.
Columbia Central at Stewarts Creek, 6 p.m.
Loretto at Giles Co., 6 p.m.
Ravenwood at Independence*, 6 p.m.
Brentwood at Spring Hill*, 6:30 p.m.
#Grace Chr. at Columbia Acad., 6:30 p.m.
Summit at Page*, 6:30 p.m.
#Christ Presbyterian Acad. at Middle Tenn. Chr.


Independence at Father Ryan, 5 p.m.
Mt. Pleasant at Frank Hughes, 5 p.m.
#Grace Chr. at Zion Chr., 5 p.m.
East Hickman at Culleoka, 5:30 p.m.
Spring Hill at Ravenwood*, 5:30 p.m.
Marshall Co. at Richland, 6 p.m.
#Donelson Chr. at Davidson Acad.
#Clarksville Acad. at Nashville Chr.
#Battle Ground Acad. at Christ Presbyterian Acad.

Boys soccer

Columbia Acad. at Giles Co., 6 p.m.
Independence at Page*, 7 p.m.
Rossview at Columbia Central, 7 p.m.

*district game
#postseason game

Coaches are encouraged to submit schedules and results to sports@sm-tnsports.com

Roundup: Baseball, softball, soccer, tennis recaps


Columbia Acad. 24, Zion Chr. 0: Bryant Beranek was perfect on Monday night, going five innings and not allowing a single baserunner to Zion Christian. The Eagles committed six errors to aid the 15 hits from the Dawgs, and CA never looked back from an 11-0 lead after two. For the Bulldogs, Kavares Tears was 3-for-3, including his ninth homer of year year, and Beranek added three hits in four trips with five RBIs in the game.

Spring Hill 13, Franklin 3: Spring Hill used a couple of big innings to pull away early from Franklin in 11-AAA play. The Raiders plated four in the first and seven in the third before adding another pair in the seventh. The top part of the batting lineup, which has struggled for much of the year, put together a big night collecting nine hits among the first six hitters of the lineup. Brantly Whitwell, Dawson Hargrove, Quent Mizer and Chance Bland each tallied a pair of hits. Mizer and Bland drove in three runs each as well. Hargrove pitched a gem, going the distance and striking out 15 to get the win.

Summit 6, Lawrence County 2: Summit plated three runs in the second inning, two of which came on an Sam North double, and another pair in the third to pull away from Lawrence County. The Wildcats cut the lead to a run in the top of the third with a couple of bases loaded walks, but couldn’t get a timely hit. Summit pitcher Parker Dean was able to get out of a bases loaded jam in the second inning without a run scoring. Tre Hunter added a pair of RBIs for the Spartans in the win.

Summertown 12, Mt. Pleasant 1: Drake Blackwood, have yourself a night. The senior catcher for Jason Burleson’s bunch had a homer and a double in a three-hit night that saw him drive in seven of the Eagles’ runs. Skylar Trousdale was awarded the win on the hill, going four innings and striking out six. Junior Ben Newland was 2-for-3 for the Tigers, and Codell Gilliam had the lone RBI on a single in the fourth.


Spring Hill 7, Ravenwood 0: Kat Carter struck out 21 in a two-hit shutout of Ravenwood, while walking only two hitters. Spring Hill jumped out to an early lead, scoring in each of the first four innings. The Lady Raiders took full advantage of their seven hit and two Ravenwood errors. Jeyce Brashears went 2-for-4 with a double and RBI in the game.

Cornersville 9, Culleoka 1: Culleoka scored seven runs in the fifth to put the game away for the Lady Bulldogs. Alex Skinner had a home run in the fourth to lead Culleoka at the dish, and also pitched three innings of relief, giving up two runs on four hits. Kylie Thomas took the loss in the circle for the Lady Warriors.

Columbia Acad. 2, Ardmore (Ala.) 0: The Lady Dawgs have a new home run queen after Myleah Hardy hit a solo shot in the fourth inning to surpass the previous season record of 16. Journey Mitchell struck out six and allowed just four hits in the complete game shut out.


Columbia Central 7, Lincoln Co. 2: The visiting Lions allowed their first goals in District 8-AAA competition, but were in control of the contest throughout. Gabino Sarabia led the offensive onslaught with a pair of goals, with Benton Wall, Brewer Wall, Victor Ramirez and Mason Hollandsworth each adding a scoring kick. Central improved to 12-1 (7-0) and wrapped up the league title with the win.


Columbia Acad. boys 4, Goodpasture 0: The Bulldogs opened Division II-A Middle Region tourney play with singles wins by Miles Nixon, Aaron Sullivan and Hayes Lewis along with a Nixon/Sullivan doubles victory.

Area sports upcoming


Columbia Acad. at Zion Chr.*, 5 p.m.
Culleoka at Hampshire*, 5 p.m.
Richland at Santa Fe*, 5 p.m.
Brentwood at Independence*, 6:30 p.m.
Franklin at Spring Hill*, 6:30 p.m.
Summertown at Mt. Pleasant, 6:30 p.m.
Lawrence Co. at Summit, 7 p.m.


Independence at Summit*, 5 p.m.
Lewis Co. at Mt. Pleasant, 5 p.m.
Richland at Wayne Co., 5 p.m.
Columbia Central at Shelbyville*, 5:30 p.m.
Giles Co. at Loretto, 5:30 p.m.
Ravenwood at Spring Hill*, 5:30 p.m.
Lawrence Co. at Franklin Co.*

Boys soccer

Wayne Co. at Lawrence Co., 5:30 p.m.
Giles Co. at Zion Chr., 6 p.m.
Marshall Co. at Spring Hill*, 6 p.m.
Columbia Central at Lincoln Co.*, 6:30 p.m.


Zion Chr. at Columbia Acad.*, 5 p.m.
Hampshire at Culleoka*, 5 p.m.
Santa Fe at Richland*, 5:30 p.m.
Columbia Central at Tullahoma*, 6 p.m.
East Hickman at Mt. Pleasant, 6 p.m.
Independence at Brentwood*, 6:30 p.m.
Lawrence Co. at Loretto, 6:30 p.m.
Spring Hill at Franklin*, 6:30 p.m.


#Clarksville Acad. at Zion Chr., 4:30 p.m.
Summertown at Loretto*, 4:30 p.m.
Richland at Mt. Pleasant*, 5 p.m.
Santa Fe at Culleoka*, 5 p.m.
Summit at Centennial*, 5 p.m.
Brentwood at Spring Hill*, 5:30 p.m.
Franklin Co. at Columbia Central*, 6:30 p.m.

Boys soccer

Battle Ground Acad. at Columbia Acad.*, 6 p.m.
East Hickman at Culleoka, 6 p.m.
Independence at Ravenwood*, 7 p.m.
Spring Hill at Fairview, 7 p.m.
Summit at Grace Chr., 7 p.m.


Tullahoma at Columbia Central*, 6 p.m.


Columbia Acad. at East Hickman, 5 p.m.
Forrest at Summertown, 5 p.m.
Frank Hughes at Culleoka, 5 p.m.
Santa Fe at Perry Co., 5 p.m.
Richland at Loretto, 6 p.m.
Independence at Ravenwood*, 6:30 p.m.
Page at Summit*, 6:30 p.m.
Spring Hill at Brentwood*, 6:30 p.m.


Dickson Co. at Independence*, 5 p.m.
Mt. Pleasant at Riverside Chr., 5 p.m.
Richland at Santa Fe*, 5 p.m.
Collinwood at Loretto*, 5:30 p.m.
Centennial at Spring Hill*, 6 p.m.
Culleoka at Cornersville, 6 p.m.
Summertown at Wayne Co.*, 6 p.m.
Lawrence Co. at Coffee Co.*
#Battle Ground Acad./Donelson Chr. winner at Columbia Acad., TBA
#Clarksville Acad./Zion Chr. winner vs. Ezell-Harding/Friendship Chr. winner, TBA

Boys soccer

Summit at Spring Hill, 5:30 p.m.
Culleoka at Zion Chr., 6 p.m.
Shelbyville at Columbia Central*, 7 p.m.


Cascade at Culleoka, 5 p.m.
Giles Co. at Summertown, 5 p.m.
Loretto at Richland, 6 p.m.
Siegel at Columbia Central, 6 p.m.
Hampshire at East Hickman, 6:30 p.m.
Shelbyville at Spring Hill, 6:30 p.m.


Rogers (Ala.) vs. Lawrence Co., 4 p.m. at Loretto
Independence at Nolensville, 5 p.m.
Lewis Co. at Santa Fe, 5 p.m.
Wayne Co. at Mt. Pleasant, 5 p.m.
Culleoka at East Hickman, 5:30 p.m.
Marshall Co. at Columbia Central, 5:30 p.m.
Rogers (Ala.) at Loretto, 5:30 p.m.
Lawrence Co. at Loretto, 7 p.m.

Boys soccer

Franklin Road Acad. at Columbia Acad.*, 5 p.m.
Overton at Independence, 7 p.m.


Columbia Central at Page, 12 noon
Giles Co. at Richland, 2 p.m.
Summertown at Lawrence Co., 6:30 p.m.

Boys soccer

Columbia Central vs. Oakland, 1 p.m. at Richard Siegel Complex

*district game
#postseason game

Coaches are encouraged to submit schedules and results to sports@sm-tnsports.com