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Roundup: Baseball, softball and tennis scores

Baseball

Siegel 15, Spring Hill 2: Siegel put up big run totals in the second (4), third (3) and fourth (5) innings on Wednesday as the Raiders dropped a Jim Painter Classic tilt with the Stars. Jackson Marbet went yard in the third inning. Marbet, Brantley Whitwell and Dawson Hargrove each managed one hit to lead Spring Hill.

Clarksville 7, Summit 6: Clarksville took advantage of seven Summit errors on Wednesday en route to a win over the Spartans in the Jim Painter Classic. Devin Thrain took the loss on the bump, despite going four innings and giving up just one earned run while striking out three. Drew Plummer had a pair of hits and an RBI to lead Summit.

Giles Co. 6, Loretto 4 (9 inn.): Jacob Cardin signled home a pair of runs in the ninth to lift Giles County over Loretto. The Mustangs led 4-0 after five innings, but the Bobcats tied the game in the sixth with four runs of their own. Caleb Davis led Loretto offensively, as he had three of the Mustangs’ six hits in the game.

Softball

Dickson Co. 3, Spring Hill 2 (8 inn.): Despite Katherine Carter’s best efforts, the Spring Hill Lady Raiders could not earn a District 11-AAA win on Wednesday. Carter went 3-for-4 at the dish and struck out 13 from the circle in the loss. She scattered six Cougars hits, and gave up two earned runs.

Tennis

CA sweeps BGA: Columbia Academy’s boys and girls tennis teams earned wins over BGA Wednesday. The boys improved to a perfect 5-0 on the season, while the girls match now stand at 3-2 overall. The CA girls won 7-0, with wins from Piper Brock, Abby Burgess, Anna Claire Butt, Hallie Butterfield and Caroline Prince in singles, while Brock/Burgess and Butt/Butterfield earned doubles wins. For the boys, Miles Nixon, Aaron Sullivan, Hayes Lewis and Nathan Thomas earned wins in singles action, while Lewis/Thomas won their doubles match. CA won the match 5-2.

Roundup: Soccer, Baseball, Softball, Tennis results

Soccer

Columbia Central 5, Franklin Co. 0: After a scoreless first half, the host Lions took control of their District 8-AAA contest Tuesday with quick back-to-back goals from Victor Ramirez and Brewer Wall. Ramirez went on to score twice more, giving Central (5-0, 2-0) its second hat trick of the season. Brandon Carrascoza added a goal, with Dane Holley picking up his fourth shutout of the year in the net.

Baseball

Mt. Pleasant 13, McEwen 3 (5 inn.): Following an 11-10 comeback victory Monday at McEwen, their first under coach Kennedy Mathis, the Tigers struck for 11 fourth-inning runs Tuesday. Kevin Reed and Brady Clark each drove in three runs for the hosts, with Reed striking out four in 4 2/3 innings to earn the mound decision.

Columbia Acad. 4, Grace Chr. 1: The Bulldogs completed their sweep of GCA as Bryant Beranek and Tyler Stephens each homered in Tuesday’s victory. Beranek went the distance on the mound, striking out 11 and giving up just three hits in seven innings.

Independence 9, Spring Hill 1: Cooper Hargrove threw a four-hitter for the Eagles, striking out six, with Logan Molnar and Jack Baughman providing the offensive support — Baughman with three hits, Molnar with a home run off Raiders starter Dawson Hargrove. Quent Mizer homered for Spring Hill.

Summit 5, Franklin 3: Devin Thrain and John Cannella each had a pair of hits for the Spartans as they edged Franklin for the second straight night. Starter Max Fell, Parker Dean and Brady Hendrix combined to limit the Admirals to four hits, with Fell striking out eight in 4 1/3 innings.

Softball

Columbia Acad. 4, Middle Tenn. Chr. 3: Myleah Hardy homered and Averi Slaughter scattered 10 Lady Cougar hits while striking out nine as CA picked up the Division II-A District 3 victory Tuesday. Chloe Carter and Karli Quillin each had three hits for the Lady Bulldogs.

Richland 8, Culleoka 2: The Lady Raiders broke open Tuesday’s District 10-A matchup with four fifth-inning runs off Kendall Reischman and Michaela Mitchell. Alexis Oliver and Macee Spencer each had a pair of hits in the loss.

Tennis

Columbia Acad. boys 6, Watertown 0: Miles Nixon and Aaron Sullivan each had dominant singles victories and teamed for a doubles win against the Purple Tigers. Keyton Kodatt and Hayes Lewis also won singles matches, with Lewis and Nathan Thomas winning in doubles.

Watertown girls 4, Columbia Acad. 3: Anna Claire Butt won her No. 3 singles match and Addison Morgan won at No. 5, with the Lady Bulldogs’ No. 1 doubles pairing of Piper Brock and Abby Burgess also posting a victory, but it wasn’t enough in the nailbiter.

Roundup: Baseball, softball, tennis results

Baseball

Summit 3, Franklin 1 (9 inn.): Summit outdueled district foe Franklin on Monday night, getting a pair of runs in the top of the ninth to steal a road win.

Summit pitchers combined for 17 strikeouts, while Franklin’s AJ Russell was pulled in the eighth inning with a no-hitter and 15 strikeouts in the game. He’d thrown 107 pitches to that point in the contest.

Brady Hendrix singled home the go-ahead run in the ninth for the Spartans.

Summertown 10, Wayne Co. 0 (6 inn.): Cory Francis threw a two-hit shutout for the Eagles, striking out 15 in the team’s District 12-A opener. Summertown broke the game open offensively with a five-run fourth inning as Grant Burleson and Gavin Burleson each had RBI doubles in the rally and Lane Burleson added a run-scoring base hit.

Loretto 16, Perry Co. 0 (3 inn.): Loretto scored eight runs in both the second and third innings to earn a win in their District 12-A opener. The Mustangs had just five hits, but took full advantage of 10 Vikings errors. Caden Porter and Austin McDow each had a pair of hits and three RBIs for Loretto. Garrett Fisher got the win, going two full innings and striking out three.

Softball

Columbia Central 13, Tullahoma 3 (6 inn.): Saviya Morgan was a force Monday night, as the youngster was 4-for-4 at the plate with an RBI and seven stolen bases in the game.

In addition to Morgan’s monster performance, Tashiya Lyles, Samaria Davis and Summer Hooten each drove in a pair of runs for the Lady Lions.

Hooten got the win in the circle, giving up three runs — only one earned — on four hits and striking out two Lady Cats.

Lincoln Co. 9, Lawrence Co. 5: Lincoln County scored three runs in the first inning and the Lady Falcons held off a late Lawrence County rally to get a District 8-AAA win. Josie Hall hit a two-run homer in the first for Lincoln County to open scoring. Lawrence County was led by senior Taylor Hine, who went 2-for-2 with an RBI and Carley Fields added another pair of hits and an RBI as well in the loss.

Tennis

Columbia Acad. boys 7, Summertown 0: Miles Nixon and Aaron Sullivan each picked up singles victories and teamed for a doubles win Monday for the triumphant Bulldogs.

Keyton Kodatt, Hayes Lewis and Garrett Hixson also win in singles, with Kodatt and Lewis claiming a doubles victory.

Summertown girls 6, Columbia Acad. 1: Ella Konig and Gracie Kelly led the way for the Lady Eagles, winning their singles matches in addition to a doubles victory. Summertown’s Hope Jones and Emma Perry also won in singles, with Sassy Dotson and Libby Konig earning a doubles decision.

Anna Claire Butt picked up a singles win for Columbia Academy.