CVMS track team dou­bles up in Ring­gold

The Catoosa County News - - WORSHIP DIRECTORY - By Scott Herpst

The Chat­tanooga Val­ley Ea­gles and Lady Ea­gles got past Ring­gold dur­ing a dual track meet in Ring­gold last Tues­day night.

The Lady Ea­gles fin­ished with 60 points to beat the Lady Tigers (40) by 20, while the Ea­gles won their meet 59-41.

Mag­gie Dick­son took first place in two events for the Chat­tanooga Val­ley girls. She won the 800 in a time of 2:55 and crossed the line in 6:32 to win the 1600.

Other win­ners for the Lady Ea­gles in­cluded Cor­da­sia Watkins in the shot put (27-2 1/2), Caro­line Hodges in the dis­cus (75-4), Colleen Thomas in the long jump (14-2), Katieann Thomp­son in the 400 (1:07.18) and the 4x400 “A” team (5:03).

Ring­gold had dou­ble win­ners with Maddy Ba­con in the 100 hur­dles (17.37) and in the high jump (4-6), while Au­tumn Green swept both the 100 (12.94) and the 200 (27.51). Ring­gold’s 4x100 “A” team also took first place (55.43).

On the boys’ side, Cash Mont­gomery swept the throw­ing events for the Ea­gles, win­ning both the shot put (39-9) and the dis­cus (123-7).

Also tak­ing first place for CVMS was Lamar­cus Bai­ley in the high jump (5-2), Jakobe Turner in the long jump (16-10), Levi Mil­saps in the 1600 (5:43), Dil­lon Shrop­shire in the 100 (12.38) and Amarreon Turner in the 200 (26.59).

J.D. Har­ris swept the 100 hur­dles (16.66) and the 400 (1:02.12) for the Tigers. O’Reilly Matthews crossed the line first in the 800 (2:34), while Ring­gold’s “A” teams were vic­to­ri­ous in both the 4x100 (51.88) and the 4x400 (4:31).

The North Ge­or­gia Ath­letic Con­fer­ence sea­son-end­ing track cham­pi­onships will be held at LFO High School next Tues­day and Thurs­day.

The fi­nals of the field events will be held on Tues­day (April 24), along with the pre­lim­i­nary heats in all run­ning events.

The fi­nals of the run­ning events will be held two nights later.

The Tro­jans made the quick trip to Boyn­ton last Tues­day af­ter­noon and brought their bats with them.

They pounded out 19 hits in a 16-5 vic­tory over the Gen­er­als.

East Hamil­ton 12, Ring­gold 6

The Tigers gave up 11 walks, com­mit­ted four er­rors and had a few other mis­cues that equaled to a 12-6 home loss to the vis­it­ing Hur­ri­canes last Tues­day night at Se­abolt Field.

The Hur­ri­canes led 5-3 go­ing into the top of the fifth when they struck for six runs to break the Tigers’ backs. East Hamil­ton had just five hits on the night.

Ma­son Burt, Rob­bie Bates, Ma­son Parker and Ross Nor­man all threw for Ring­gold, com­bin­ing for three strike­outs.

Bates had a hit and two RBIs in the loss. Brent Bow­man picked

up two hits and an RBI. Kyle White had two hits, in­clud­ing a triple, while Parker and Aaron El­swick each had a hit.

LaFayette 13, Ring­gold 10

The Ram­blers scored three times in the top of the eighth in­ning and shut down the Tigers in the bot­tom of the frame to win a wild slugfest at Se­abolt Field on Thurs­day.

The two teams com­bined for 29 hits and also com­bined for 10 er­rors. Ring­gold held a 7-5 lead be­fore LaFayette tied up the game with two runs in the top of the fourth. Both teams would plate three runs in the sixth in­ning and the game would go to ex­tras tied at 10 apiece.

White, Nor­man and Hud­son Chan­dler all pitched two in­nings each for Ring­gold, while Parker and Ty Gil­bert threw one in­ning apiece.

Parker and Malachi Hill had three hits each. El­swick had two hits and two RBIs, while White, Nor­man, Bates and Brody Gann all had one hit and one RBI. Gil­bert also knocked in a run.

In­di­vid­ual statis­tics for LaFayette were not avail­able as of press time. The game did not count in the NGAC stand­ings.

The Ram­blers fol­lowed up Thurs­day’s big win with an­other big vic­tory over Chat­tanooga Val­ley, this one at home.

Cade Fisher pitched three in­nings, strik­ing out six bat­ters. He gave up just two hits and did not is­sue a walk. Chase Lan­don fin­ished up on the mound with one strike­out in one hit­less in­ning of work.

Zach Bar­rett had three hits in the vic­tory, while Ethan Adams, Case Davis, Austin Tucker and Ross Mar­tin all had two hits apiece.

No in­di­vid­ual statis­tics for the Ea­gles had been pro­vided as of press time.

Gor­don Lee 15, Rossville 0

The Tro­jans erupted for 12 runs in the top of the third in­ning and rode the mo­men­tum to a shutout vic­tory at Rossville City Park on Thurs­day.

Gor­don Lee was lead­ing the game 2-0 when the of­fen­sive out­burst oc­curred. They tacked on one fi­nal run in the top of the fourth then shut the Bull­dogs down in the bot­tom of the in­ning to end the game on the run rule.

Nate Dun­fee was 2-for-2 with a pair of dou­bles and four RBIs in the win. Wil­son also went 2-for-2 with two runs scored and three RBIs. Cowan had a hit, scored twice and drove in three, while Ramey had a hit, scored twice and drove in two.

Gen­ter, Caden Der­ry­berry and Zane Blay­lock all picked up one RBI each for the Tro­jans.

Ramey pitched three in­nings, walk­ing two and strik­ing out three, while al­low­ing just one hit. Cowan struck out one as he worked the fourth in­ning to close it out.

Hud­son Couch had the lone hit for the Bull­dogs and also took the loss on the mound.

Chatt. Val­ley 15, Sad­dle Ridge 5

Up 5-4 af­ter two in­nings, the Ea­gles took con­trol of their game against Sad­dle Ridge by scor­ing nine times over the next two in­nings on their way to a vic­tory in Flint­stone on Thurs­day.

Jeb Broome was 2-for-4 with three RBIs. Jonathan Woodall had a triple, scored twice and knocked in three runs. Brian Ken­drick had two hits and Slade Price drove in two runs. Dakota Stone and Ja­cob Klein also had RBIs in the vic­tory.

Austin Acuff threw five in­nings and got the win. He al­lowed four earned runs on eight hits and three walks with six strike­outs. Ken­drick pitched the fi­nal in­ning and struck out two.

Woodard had two hits and two RBIs for the Mus­tangs. Radtke and Ai­dan Cook both had two hits and scored twice. Zaine Rogers drove in two and Catlett knocked in one. Radtke took the loss for Sad­dle Ridge.

Ring­gold 7, Lake­view 0

Burt gave up just two hits in a com­plete game vic­tory and the Tigers picked up a big late­sea­son win at Lake­view on Fri­day.

Burt struck out four bat­ters and gave up only one walk, while he got er­ror­less de­fense be­hind him all game long. He also helped him­self with three hits and a pair of RBIs.

White had two of Ring­gold’s 10 hits, in­clud­ing a three-run triple in the sec­ond in­ning. Parker had a hit and an RBI, while Bates, Gann, Bow­man and Nor­man all had one hit each as Ring­gold im­proved to 12-5 over­all and 7-1 in the NGAC.

The Tigers have as­sured them­selves of a top three fin­ish in the NGAC reg­u­lar sea­son.

In­di­vid­ual statis­tics for the War­riors had not been pro­vided as of press time.

Gor­don Lee 12, Trion 0

The Tro­jans got two hits each from Gen­ter and Wil­son, while Cowan dou­bled in the shutout vic­tory on Thurs­day. Grant Dil­lard also had a dou­ble and Ethan Rider added a sin­gle.

Gor­don Lee 8, Jasper (Tenn.) 2

Dun­fee laced a triple to help lead the Tro­jans to the non­league win. Wells, Blay­lock, Rodgers and Roberts all had one hit.

Chat­tanooga Val­ley Mid­dle School long jumper Colleen Thomas takes off dur­ing last week’s dual meet at Ring­gold. The Ea­gles and Lady Ea­gles both went on to vic­tory. (Photo by Scott Herpst) Gor­don Lee 16, Her­itage 5

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