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PREP ROUNDUP: Tuesday, March 21

PREP ROUNDUP: Tuesday, March 21
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March 22, 2023


Greeneville 2, Grainger 0

The Greeneville baseball team came out on the right side of pitchers' duel on Tuesday, eraning a 2-0 win on the road at Grainger.

Parker Shipley led the way for the Greene Devils by going the distance on the mound. He struck out 14, walked one, and gave up six hits in the shutout effort.

Greeneville managed just four hits off of Grainger's Brady Smith, a Virginia Tech commitment, and struck out 17 times. Colton Richard and Carson Norris both had doubles for the Devils.

Both of Greeneville's runs came late in the contest, started in the sixth inning. Richards reached base first in the frame when he sent a double to right field. Norris was able to score him with a two-base knock into left field for a 1-0 advantage.

Will Harmon led off the top of the seventh inning with a ground ball up the middle and moved to third on an error by the Grizzlies. Maddox Bishop then put down a squeeze bunt and Harmon beat the throw back to plate to give the Devils a 2-0 lead.

Chuckey-Doak 10, Johnson County 1

The Chuckey-Doak baseball team went to Mountain City on Tuesday and came back with a pair of wins over Johnson County, starting with a 10-1 victory.

The Black Knights earned 13 hits in the win, with Cadin Tullock leading the way by going 4-for-5 with two doubles, a triple and three runs scored. Jake Hinkle was 2-for-4 with a triple and two RBIs. Christian Derry went 2-for-3, and Dom Atchison was 2-for-4.

On the mound Derry went all seven innings with five strikeouts, one walk and four hits allowed.

Chuckey-Doak 12, Johnson County 9

In game two on Tuesday the Black Knights earned a 12-9 win.

In the five inning contest Chuckey-Doak earned 10 hits. Derry was 3-for-4 with two doubles and a triple. Hinkle was also 3-for-4 at the plate. Tullock had a triple and Gavin Crum had a double.

On the mound Dillon Shelton tossed five innings with one strikeout, one walk and eight hits allowed. In one inning Lynkin Cutshaw struck out two, walked five and gave up one hit.

Happy Valley 9, North Greene 8

The North Greene baseball team fell to Happy Valley 9-8 on Tuesday.

The Huskies only managed four hits to score their eight runs. Colton Robbins led the way by going 2-for-4 with a double and two runs scored. Adam Weir and Damien Burns each had singles for the Huskies.

Aiden Haley took the loss on the mound in one inning he walked four, struck one and gave up three runs. Mason Smith went five innings with six strikeouts, four walks and four hits allowed. Tyler Britton threw the final inning with two strikeouts, no walks and two hits allowed.


North Greene 11, Hampton 0

The North Greene softball team opened its season on Tuesday with an 11-0 win over Hampton.

In the circle Cambell Gaby was dominant for the Lady Huskies. She struck out 10, walked one and gave up just one hit in five innings.

At the plate the Lady Huskies earned 11 hits. Gaby was 2-for-3 with two doubles and two runs scored. Haley Bailey was also 2-for-3. Paysli Randolph was 1-for-2 with a double, two RBIs and two runs scored. Ashley Fulton also had two RBIs and two runs scored.


West Greene 7, Claiborne 0

The West Greene soccer team opened its season on Tuesday with a 7-0 win over Claiborne.

Nic Horner led the Buffaloes attack with a hat trick. Jacob Dean, Ben Johnson, Baraka Bliss and Chris Morrison all scored one goal each.

In between the posts Hunter Gregg and Kaden Gallogly shared the clean sheet.

Greeneville 3, Hardin Valley 3

The Greeneville soccer team started its season on Tuesday with a 3-3 draw at Hardin Valley.

Drew Shelton scored two goals for the Devils and Spencer Robinson put in one.


The Greeneville tennis teams picked up a pair of 8-1 wins over Jefferson County on Tuesday.

In boys singles Greeneville's Brayden Kennedy beat Bryson Baker 8-1. Jackson Weems beat Tanner Baker 8-0, Tanner Smith won 8-4 over Noah Schwartz, Noah Helton beat Tyler Carbaugh 8-5 and Ace Patel beat Enlin Zhang 8-1.

Jefferson County's Emmerson Ellison took an injury win over Jack Lampe (3-5).

In boys doubles Kennedy and Smith won 8-4 over Bryson Baker and Tanner Baker. Weems and Lampe beat Schwartz and Carbaugh 8-1, and Helton and Patel beat Ellison and Zhang 8-4.

In girls singles Greeneville's Emma Waddell beat Pressley Berger 9-8 (7-2), Palmer Ballard won 8-4 over Sophia Clapp, Zoey Hayes won 8-0 over Teresa Torrijos, Madison Metcalf earned a 9-8 (7-2) win over Ivy Price, and Emma Sauceman won 8-0 over Anna Zhang.

Jefferson County's Elaina Berger beat Allie Renner 9-8 (7-2).

In girls doubles Renner and Ballard won 8-6 over Elaina Berger and Pressley Berger. Waddell and Hayes beat Clapp and Torrijos 8-1, and Lindy Carter and Madison Metcalf beat Zhang and Aubrey Silos 8-6.


The Greeneville and South Greene track teams competed in a meet at Jefferson County on Tuesday.

In the girls meet the South Greene girls placed fourth out of 10 teams and Greeneville was fifth. In the boys meet Greeneville placed sixth and South Greene was ninth.

On the girls side Greeneville's Olivia McClintock won the 100 meters in a time of 12.99 and South Greene's Kiely Smith was second in a time of 13.25 seconds. Smith was fourth in the 100 meter hurdles.

Greeneville's Jacey Goowin won the high jump at 4'10". South Greene's Smith was fourth and Saydee Kemp was sixth.

In the long jump Smith was second and Godwin was sixth.

In the 200 meters South Greene's Abby Hoxie placed ninth.

In the 400 meters Greeneville's Darla Kammerdiener was eighth, and in the 800 meters Greeneville's Reese Williams was third. In the 1600 meters Riley Castro was sixth and Anika Vines was seventh.

In the 3,200 meters South Greene's Trinity Willis finished fourth, Greeneville's Vines placed sixth and Chloe Williford was eighth.

Greeneville 4x100 team of McClintock, Jacey Goodwin, Marley Van Buskirk and Lana Click placed first with a time of 54.12. The South Greene girls were second.

South Greene's Natalie Friese was fourth in the 300 meter hurdles and Greeneville's Susan Mullhollen was fifth.

South Greene's Alexa Gabbard placed eighth in the girls triple jump.

Ava Clark of South Greene placed fourth in the discus. Natalie Foshie was seventh and Kaylee Cutshaw eighth.

In the shot put Jayla Gillespie of Greeneville placed third.

South Greene's Cadence Mancil placed fourth in the pole vault.

On the boys side Greeneville's Morgan Leach won the 800 meters in a time of 2:06.91.

South Greene's Hunter Burkey won the 110 meter hurdles in a time of 16.72 seconds.

Burkey was second in the high jump and teammate Dion Blair was fourth.

In the triple jump Greeneville's Jayquan Price was first at 41'9.75", and he was third in the long jump.

Greeneville's Diego Mota was fourth in the 400 meters.

In 3,200 meters South Greene's Simon Ray came in fourth and Lucas Wilkerson was eighth.

In the discus Greeneville's J.J. Durbin placed fourth and Bryson Myers was eights. Phillip Blair of South Greene was sixth. In the shot put Durbin was fifth and Kam Lester was eighth.

In the pole vault South Greene's Blake May was fifth and Hunter Ratliff of Greeneville was sixth.

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