Wednesday’s Prep Results
CCMS Baseball lost to North Franklin – 6 to 4
CCMS Softball lost to North Franklin – 6 to 2
WMS Baseball defeated Moore County – 8 to 3
WMS Soccer lost to Lincoln Co – 1 to 0
WMS Softball defeated Liberty – 8 to 1
CHS Baseball defeated Lincoln County – 3 to 2
CHS Softball defeated Franklin County – 11 to 0
Wednesday’s Prep Results
Entering the 5th inning leading 3 to 0, the Lady Raiders rallied for 8 runs in the inning to end the game via the mercy rule. Haley Hinshaw’s 3 RBI triple capped off the rally and moved Coffee County’s record to 3 and 0 on the year and 3 and 0 in district play. Raven Rogers led the Lady Raiders with 3 hits. Hinshaw, Katie Rutledge and Lauren Tomberlin all finished with 2 hits apiece.
The Lady Raiders are back in action on Thursday when they travel to Murfreesboro for a pair of games in the Warrior Southern Invitational. The Lady Raiders take on Plainfield East out of Illinois at 6 PM and Heritage out of Arkansas at 8. Both of those games are scheduled for Riverdale High School.
The CHS Red Raider baseball team hit the road on Wednesday traveling to Fayetteville to take on Lincoln County in the 2nd game of the season series. Just like on Tuesday night, the Red Raiders trailed entering the 6th inning and scored 2 runs in the frame, aided by a Lincoln County error, to secure a 3 to 2 win. The win gives the Raiders their 3rd straight win as they improved to 3 and 1 on the year overall and in district play.
Coffee County got on the board first in the top of the 1st inning on an RBI double from Cade Giles. After falling behind 2 to 1, Coffee County came to bat needing some more 6th inning magic. Giles led off the frame with a single and scored on Grant Sadler’s RBI single. Davis Green walked and scored the winning run on a Lincoln County error as they tried to field a bunt from Jacob Langham.
Giles and Sadler each finished the game with 2 hits and each tallied an RBI. Sadler got the start on the mound and got the credit for the win. Nathaniel Tate came on the pitch the 7th inning to earn the save.
The Raiders will travel to Murfreesboro on Thursday night to open a 2 game series with Blackman. Blackman visits Powers Field on Friday night for game #2 and Thunder Radio will be on hand to bring you the broadcast. First pitch is set for 6 PM both nights.
The Westwood baseball team welcomed Moore County to Powers Field on Wednesday night for the conclusion of their 2 game series. After falling behind 3 to 1, the Rockets rallied for 7 runs in their last 3 at bats to capture their 4th win on the year.
The Rockets banged out 10 hits on the game led by Skylar Bratcher, Trenton Thompson, Tristan Vaughn and Wyatt Nugent who all had 2 hits apiece. Brady Nugent walked twice and scored a pair of runs. Blake Perry was credited with 2 RBI.
Westwood will travel to Bedford County on Friday for a conference game with Liberty. First pitch is set for 5 PM.
The Westwood softball team traveled to Shelbyville on Wednesday afternoon for a conference game with Liberty. The Lady Rockets captured their 3rd straight win as they raced to an 8 to 1 win. The Lady Rockets jumped on the Lady Patriots for 6 runs in the first 2 innings to improve to 4 and 0 in Duck River Valley Conference play.
Haidyn Campbell led Westwood at the plate and from the circle. The 7th grader had 3 hits, including a double, scored 3 runs and an RBI. She also pitched a complete game surrendering 6 hits and an unearned run while striking out 9 for the win. Hallie Wimberley had 2 hits and 2 RBI while Emma Kidder added a double and 2 RBI.
The Lady Rockets are off for Spring break as their next game will be held on Monday April 3rd at home when they host Riverside Christian. First pitch is scheduled for 6:30 PM.
The CHS track team traveled to Cookeville on Tuesday for their second meet of the year. Coming off a win in their home meet last Thursday, the Raiders and Lady Raiders welcomed warmer weather for this meet. The warmer weather brought in thunderstorms which caused the meet to get cancelled after 8 events. The Lady Raiders continued their traditional strong performance in hurdling and jumping events as they captured a 2nd place meet finish to Blackman. The Red Raiders saw their forte of distance events washed out as they finished in 5th place.
The Lady Raiders’ day was highlighted by a 1-2-3 sweep in the 100M hurdles as Karson Young( with a time of 16.23) finished first, Sarah Pearson(16.62) finished 2nd and Makenzie Anderson(18.30) came in 3rd. Other scorers for the Lady Raiders were Faith Floyd(61-05 in the Discus & 27-10.0 in the Shot Put), Keishel Norton(27-7.0 in the Shot Put), Sarah Pearson(4’ 6” in High Jump), Makenzie Anderson(4’ 2” in High Jump), Karson Young(4’ in High Jump), Karson Young(16’ 7 ¾” in Long Jump), Chloe Haggard(13’ 7” in Long Jump), Makenzie Anderson(13’ 5 1/4 ” in Long Jump). The 4x200M Relay team for the Lady Raiders finished 4th with a time 2:08.39.
The Red Raiders got their only points in the Shot Put from Matt DeLong who had a throw of 36 feet and ½ inch.
The Raider thinclads are off until Tuesday, April 4th when they host a home meet at Carden-Jarrell Field. Field events will get underway at 4 PM
The CCMS Red Raider baseball team headed to Winchester on Wednesday night hoping to bounce back from a 1 to 0 heart-breaking loss on Monday to North Franklin. A 4 run 6th inning by North spelled doom for Coffee County as they fell 6 to 4 to the Gators.
Coffee County grabbed a 2 to 1 lead in the 4th inning powered by back to back doubles from Nick Watkins and Trey Rogers and a single by Braden Brown. North rallied to knot the game at 2 in the bottom of that inning setting up the 6th run explosion. Coffee County rallied for 2 runs in the 7th but could not complete the comeback. The Raiders belted out 7 hits on the night led by Trey Rogers who had a single and a double.
The Raiders will travel to Murfreesboro on Thursday night to take on Middle Tennessee Christian in the Blackman Challenge. That game is set to begin at 4PM at MTCS.
Coffee County Middle School softball team traveled to Winchester on Wednesday night to take on North Franklin. The Lady Raiders were trying to bounce back from a 4 to 3 loss on Monday at home to the Lady Gators. After taking an early lead, the Lady Raiders fell by a final score of 6 to 2.
Kiya Ferrell led off the game reaching on an error, and after a pair of walks, scored on a fielder’s choice. The Lady Gators roared back with 5 runs in the 2nd inning to sweep the season series with the Lady Raiders. Coffee County was held to 7 hits on the game.
The Lady Raiders will play host to Whitworth-Buchanan on Thursday night in a non-conference matchup. First pitch is set for 5 PM.
The Westwood soccer team hosted Lincoln County on Wednesday night at Dyer-Bouldin Field in a non-conference friendly. The Rockets saw Lincoln County scratch a first half goal and make it stand up as Westwood fell 1 to 0.
Lincoln County got the lone goal of the game in the 28th minute. Westwood dominated possession in the 2nd half but could not scratch out the equalizer. The loss drops the Rockets record to 4 and 2 on the season and breaks a 3 game winning streak for Westwood.
Westwood will be off until Monday, April 3rd when the Rockets play host to Tullahoma. That match will begin at 6 PM.
Tuesday’s Prep Results
CHS Tennis split with Warren County – Girls lost 6 to 1, Boys won 5 to 2
CCMS Baseball at North Franklin – postponed until Wednesday at 4:30
CCMS Softball at North Franklin – postponed until Wednesday at 4:30
Westwood Softball hosting Cascade – postponed (Make-up TBD)
CHS Soccer at DeKalb Co – postponed (Make-up TBD)
CHS Baseball defeated Lincoln County – 3 to 2
CHS Softball hosting Franklin County – postponed until Wednesday at 7:00
CHS Track at Cookeville – Results announced on Wednesday
Wednesday’s Prep Schedule
4:30 PM – CCMS Baseball at North Franklin
4:30 PM – CCMS Softball at North Franklin
5:00 PM – WMS Baseball HOSTS Moore County at CCMS
5:30 PM – WMS Soccer HOSTS Lincoln Co
5:30 PM – WMS Softball at Liberty
6:00 PM – CHS Baseball at Lincoln County
7:00 PM – CHS Softball HOSTS Franklin County