Gordon Lee maintains perfect slate
The Gordon Lee Trojans broke open at 5-3 game with a fiverun third inning and added three more runs in the bottom of the fifth to pick up a 13-3 run-rule victory over Heritage on a chilly Tuesday afternoon in Chickamauga last week.
Gordon Lee pounded out 12 hits, including two each from Kade Cowan, Cody McCutcheon and Tanner Wilson. Cowan and McCutcheon had two RBIs, while Curtis Wells, Holt Roberts, Brodie Genter, Blake Rodgers and Ethan Rider all collected one RBI.
Genter got the start on the hill for the Trojans. He threw two innings, allowing three earned runs on two hits and four walks. He struck out one batter. Garren Ramey closed it out with three hitless, scoreless innings of work. He walked four and fanned two.
Mike Stokes and Trey Weldon had the only hits for Heritage, while Stokes, Ryan Heet and Josh Apple all were credited with one RBI. Landon Skeen took the loss for the Generals.
Gordon Lee 16, Chattanooga Valley 0
The Trojans continued their hot streak at the plate with a three-inning home victory over the Eagles on Thursday.
Gordon Lee (6-0) has outscored its last three opponents by a combined 45-6.
Rodgers was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and also earned the win. He had seven strikeouts and tossed a one-hitter. Dylan Crawford was 1-for-3 with a double. Wilson had a hit and drove in two runs, while Cowan reached base three times on two walks and a hit-by-pitch. He finished with one RBI.
Dade County 6, Rossville 3
Zack Harrison had a big day for the Bulldogs, albeit in a loss on Thursday, going 3-of-4 with a double and three stolen bases. He also pitched one inning and struck out two.
Chris Maddeaux had a double and an RBI. He threw five innings and struck out six. Hudson Couch, Aidan McGill and Dyllan Curtis all had a hit with one RBI. Ross added a hit. Curtis and Ethan Waters both stole a base, while Kayden Adams swiped two.
Trion 3, Saddle Ridge 0
The Bulldogs pushed home two runs in the fifth and one in the sixth to get past the Mustangs on Thursday.
Nick Radtke pitched well for Saddle Ridge in the loss. He went six innings, allowing just five hits and two walks with nine strikeouts. Aiden Cook, Dakota Catlett and Nick Neighbors all had hits for the Mustangs.