The Catoosa County News - - WOR­SHIP DIREC­TORY -

Boyn­ton on Wed­nes­day, the Gen­er­als got a master­ful and ef­fi­cient per­for­mance from se­nior Tripp Church, who gave up just three hits and one walk, while strik­ing out six Raiders in five in­nings on the

mound. Church threw just 66 pitches, 47 of which went for strikes.

Up 3-0 af­ter one in­ning, the Gen­er­als put the game on ice with an eight-spot in the bot­tom of the sec­ond. Six dif­fer­ent play­ers had RBIs in the frame.

Gib­son had a solid night with two hits, two runs scored and a

team-high three RBIs. Alex Coul­ter was 2-for-2. Camp­bell tripled and had two RBIs. Let­z­gus dou­bled and picked up an RBI, while Grant and Jonathan Hick­man were also cred­ited with RBIs.

Her­itage 10, South­east 0

The pol­ished off the sweep back at home on Fri­day, break­ing open a close game with six runs in the bot­tom of the third in­ning. Dock­ery belted a solo home run as part of the third in­ning out­burst. It was his team-lead­ing sixth home run of the year and tied the Her­itage sin­gle-sea­son mark that he equaled a year ago.

Gib­son, Let­z­gus, Justin Mor­ris and Blake Bryan also had RBIs in the in­ning as the Navyand-Red fin­ished the night with 14 hits.

Camp­bell was 3-for3. Wil­cox had two hits, in­clud­ing a dou­ble, to go with one RBI and two runs scored. Grant was 2-for-4 with one RBI and Let­z­gus ended the night with three RBIs.

Hick­man pitched four in­nings of three-hit ball, strik­ing out five and walk­ing none in the win. Mor­ris struck out three in his one in­ning.

The Gen­er­als will look to take con­trol of the re­gion when they en­ter­tain sec­ond-place Pick­ens in a three-game se­ries this week. The Dragons are two games back in the stand­ings.

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