McCallie Junior Carter Hewitt continues to wield a glowing bat.
The three-hole racket showed resistance on Thursday when he hit a homer with two runs over the fence of right field in the fourth inning to give the Blue Tornado a 3-1 home win over Soddy-Daisy. Hewitt beats .473 with three home runs among his 10 extra base hits this spring, and his 17 RBIs also helped kick off his team’s 11-1 start.
McCallie’s Hudson Calhoun had an RBI single in the first inning and safely hit the base on all three trips on the plate. Blue Tornado Pitcher combined for 11 strikeouts, with Grayson Smith throwing four hitless innings and hitting seven batters to claim victory, and Austin Breedlove hitting a two-inning save.
Anthony Florio and Landon Maynor each had a hit and drew two walks for the Trojans who left 10 runners on the base.
Ooltewah 4, McCallie 3: The Owls scored three runs on Wednesday sixth to end a 10-game winning streak for the Blue Tornado. Ooltewah stole seven bases, and Noah Huling (2-3) and Fisher Perry (two RBIs) got through on the plate. Eli Smith threw five strong innings and Patrick Clarkson scored a two-inning save.
North Murray at Coahulla Creek Baseball on April 8, 2021
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Coahulla Creek 15, North Murray 3: The Colts (7-11, 6-3 Region 6-AAA) rolled to a home win at Varnell when Ryan Langford had two hits, one triple, and three runs. Trevor Headrick was 3v3 with two RBIs and two runs, and Irvin Hernandez added a pair of hits, two RBIs and three runs.
Heritage 15-15, Northwest Whitfield 8-2: In GHSA Region 7-AAAA, the Generals (17-4, 10-1) will play the host Bruins (17-6, 7-4) for the first in Tunnel Hill on Wednesday Place in the league with the double header sweep. Heritage scored three runs in the sixth and four more in the seventh, taking advantage of five northwest errors and ten walks in the first game. CJ Robertson and Brady Chandler ran three runs each, with Cade Kiniry and Gage Shaver adding two RBIs for the winners. For the Bruins, Cade Fisher had two hits, including a homer, and drove in two runs, while Gavin Morgan was 4-2 with three RBIs. Heritage scored 18 goals in game two, four of which came from Alex Mixon, along with three RBIs and three runs scored. Robertson added three hits and two RBIs to support Landon Skeen, who scored all five innings and ran four hits and no revenue.
Sonoraville 10, Adairsville 1: Cole Godfrey was 3-4 with two RBIs leading the Phoenix (13-8, 7-4, Region 6-AAA), and Hayden Holsomback drilled a homer with two runs. Zach Lyles added two RBIs and took the pitching win with five innings of a one-run ball with five strikeouts.
Sonoraville 7, Rome 6: The Phoenix won the game outside of the region against the AAAAAA Wolves on Brock Clements’ bottomed walk in the seventh inning. Clements also had two hits, including a homer, and drove in five runs, with Zach Lyles adding a solo homer and scoring three runs.
LaFayette 4, Rockmart 3: The Ramblers (10-9, 4-5 Region 6-AAA) scored three runs at the end of the sixth to win at home. Austin Tucker had a double with two runs in the inning before Nick Adams started with a single. Blake Mann was 2-3 and was the winner after allowing two earned runs and five hits in six innings. Skylar Cepeda took the save with a flawless seventh place.
Meigs County 12, Sale Creek 2: Ethan Meadows went with two RBIs and scored runs 2-3, while Logan Carroll scored two hits and failed to allow a deserved run in five innings. The Tigers were also triggered by Will Meadows (two RBIs) and Luke Pendergrass (two stolen bases, two runs). Sale Creek’s Jakob Elrod had two hits and an RBI.
Sequatchie County 13, Bledsoe County 1: Jesyca Dennis and Jadeyn Girdley both met, and six Indian women had multiple hits in the game. Faith Kelly drove in four runs to support Cali Green, who beat six batters in four innings.
The Chattanooga Christian School defeated the Collegedale Academy 9-0 in a boys game and 5-4 in a girls match. Henry Horne and Noah Walker were sharp in an 8-4 one-two and Walker won his singles game 8-0. Jackson Murphy and Matthew Patrick won 9-8 by defeating Patrick Lopez and Ryan Lopez in a 7-3 tiebreaker. In the girls’ match, Mary Alice Anz won 8: 4 and together with Jada Tun achieved an 8: 3 double victory. Camila Ramirez and Lauren Vanzyle were sharp in singles and won their doubles 9-7.
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