Thursday Prep Scoreboard

Thursday Prep Results
CHS Tennis sweeps Giles Co – Girls won 6 to 1, Boys won 7 to 0 – See the story HERE
WMS Tennis fell at Shelbyville – Girls lost 4 to 3, Boys lost 4 to 3 – See the story HERE
WMS Boys’ Soccer shut out Webb – 5 to 0 – See the story HERE
CHS Baseball blanks Marshall Co – 2 to 0 – See the story HERE
CCMS Baseball falls to Harris – 6 to 0 – See the story HERE
CCMS Softball beat Harris – 13 to 1 – See the story HERE
CCMS Boys’ Soccer lost to Harris – 9 to 0 – See the story HERE
WMS Softball beats Fayetteville – 5 to 2 in 10 innings – See the story HERE
CHS Softball lost to Lawrence Co – 9 to 1 – See the story HERE
CHS Boys’ Soccer beats Marshall Co – 4 to 2 – See the story HERE

Friday Prep Schedule
4:30 PM – CCMS Tennis at Lewisburg
5:00 PM – CHS Baseball(JV) at Marshall Co

CHS Baseball Blanks Marshall County

Jacob Langham of CHS baseball

Warmer temperatures and a good sized crowd welcomed the Coffee County Central High School baseball team to Powers Field on Thursday.  In a game you heard here on Thunder Radio, the Red Raiders welcomed non-district foe Marshall County to CHS.  A dominant pitching performance by a pair of Coffee County pitchers lifted the Raiders to a 2 to 0 win.

The Raiders got on the board in the 1st inning as a dropped 3rd strike to Skylar Bratcher allowed Jacob Langham and Nathanial Tate to score.  Bratcher reached base 3 times as he had a hit, reached on the error in the first and was hit by a pitch.

Hunter Courtoy got the start on the mound for the Raiders as he went 4 and 1/3 innings with 5 strikeouts to get the win.  Zach Milan pitched the final 8 outs to capture the save.  For his dominant performance, Courtoy was recognized as the Crazy Daisies player of the game.

Coffee County returns to the diamond on Monday when they play host to Riverdale.  First pitch for that non-district contest will be at 6 PM.

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CHS Soccer Doubles Up Marshall County

Leo Botello of CHS soccer

Hitting the road for the first time this season, the Coffee County Central High School soccer team traveled to Lewisburg on Thursday night.  The Red Raiders visited Marshall County looking to build on the momentum of a strong performance on Tuesday night.  The Raiders scored the final 2 goals of the match to get the 4 to 2 win.

Paco Barrera got things started in the 5th minute as he converted an assist from Tyler Walker to make the score 1 to 0.  Barrera added his second goal in the 23rd minute unassisted.  Marshall County scored at the 25 minute mark to make the score 2 to 1 at intermission.

In the second half, the Tigers tied the match in the 45th minute only to see Leo Botello put the Raiders back on top 3 to 2 off an assist from Briggs Haithcock.  Botello put the game out of reach in the 73rd minute off an assist from Ben Reid to improve the Raiders to 2 and 0 on the season.

The Red Raiders will hit the road again on Tuesday when they open district play at Shelbyville.  That district match-up with the Eagles get underway at 7 PM.

Westwood Softball Wins 10 Inning Thriller over Fayetteville

Kara Beth Patton of Westwood softball[File Photo]

Looking to continue the hot start to their season, the Westwood Middle School softball traveled to Fayetteville on Thursday night.  In a makeup from a game from March 6th, the Lady Rockets tangled with the Lady Tigers of Fayetteville Middle School.  The Lady Rockets rallied for 3 runs in the 10th inning to claim the 5 to 3 win.

After scoring 1 run in the top of the 1st, Westwood saw Fayetteville bounce back with 2 runs in the bottom of the first to take the lead.  Fayetteville held that lead until Westwood tied it in the 6th inning on 4 straight singles.  In extra innings, the Lady Rockets plated 3 runs in the top of the 10th.  The Lady Tigers pushed a run across in the bottom of the inning but Haidyn Campbell pitched out of a jam with the tying run at 2nd base to get the win.

Emmalise Raymer had a 2 RBI double in the 10th inning to provide the offensive spark for Westwood.  Raymer finished with 2 hits and 2 RBI on the evening.  Paisley Campbell had a single and a double while Kara Beth Patton and Emma Kidder each finished with 2 singles.  Haidyn Campbell struck out 16 to get the win for the Lady Rockets as they improve to 3 and 0 on the season.

The Lady Rockets return home on Monday when they play host to Moore County.  First pitch is set for 5 PM at Lady Rocket Field.

CHS Tennis Sweeps Giles County in Road Match

Jessica Barrera of CHS tennis

A rematch with Giles County awaited the Coffee County Central High School tennis teams on Thursday.  Playing their first road match of the year, and playing in much warmer conditions than Monday, Coffee County got another sweep over the Bobcat teams.  The Red Raiders won 7 to 0 while the Lady Raiders captured a 6 to 1 win.  Each team improved to 2 and 0 on the year.

In boys’ action, Landon Booth, Tyler Rigney and Jonah Rollman each got 8 to 0 singles wins.  Coffee County also received a pair of forfeit wins in singles.  In doubles, Rigney and Booth teamed up for an 8 to 2 match win.  Giles County also forfeited the second doubles match.

In girls’ play, Natalie Elzeer(8 to 2), Jessica Barrera(8 to 0), Kara Roper(8 to 0), Wren Lawson(8 to 0) and Odalis Garcia(8 to 0) got singles wins.  The teams of Elzeer and Lawson(8 to 0)  and Barrera and Roper(8 to 1) won in doubles action.

Coffee County will be in action again on Monday as they will play host to Cannon County.  The first serve is set for 4 PM at the Raider Tennis Courts behind the Raider Academy.

Westwood Blanks Webb on Thursday Night

John Martinez of Westwood soccer

The Westwood Middle School soccer team welcomed Webb to Dyer-Bouldin Field on Thursday. In a conference match originally scheduled for Bell Buckle, the Rockets returned to conference play hosting the Feet.  Westwood got another huge performance from John Martinez in a 5 to 0 win.

Martinez scored 4 goals for Westwood on the match.  Ian Weldon added the other goal as Westwood improved to 5 and 0 on the season and 4 and 0 in conference games.  The Rockets got 2 assists from Keiton Sherrill and one assist from Louie Frazier.  Bodey Todd had 2 saves in goal for Westwood.

Westwood will return to the pitch on Tuesday when they welcome Riverside Christian to Dyer-Bouldin Field.  The kickoff is set for 5:30 PM.

CCMS Softball Crushes Harris

Kaitlyn Davis of CCMS softball

Needing to bounce back from their 2nd straight conference loss, the Coffee County Middle School softball welcomed Harris to the CCMS field on Thursday.  After being held to 4 hits on Tuesday night in the first match-up with the Eaglettes, the Lady Raiders banged out 9 hits and had 8 walks in a 13 to 1 win.  The win improves the Lady Raiders to 4 and 2 on the season.

The Lady Raiders plated 6 runs in the first inning as they sent 10 batters to the plate.  Kaitlyn Davis pitched a 3 hitter for Coffee Middle as she got the 4 inning win.  Kiya Ferrell had 2 hits and a walk scoring 2 runs.  Honey Barnes had a double, 2 walks and scored 3 times.

The Lady Raiders return to the diamond on Monday when they travel to Winchester to take on North Franklin.  First pitch is set for 5 PM.

CHS Softball Falls to Lawrence County

Raven Rogers of CHS softball[File Photo]

A long road trip and a tough district contest awaited the Coffee County Central High School softball on Thursday.  Traveling to Lawrence County and taking on a team picked to finish near the top of the district standings would present quite the challenge for the Lady Raiders.  The Lady Cats jumped on Coffee County early to claim the 9 to 1 win.

After grabbing a 1 to nothing lead in the first inning, Lawrence County added 3 more in the home half of the 2nd inning to seize all the momentum. The Lady Raiders were able to get on the scoreboard in the 4th inning after Lauren Tomberlin got aboard on a walk.  One out later, Raven Rogers drove home Tomberlin’s courtesy runner Alexcia Barnes with an RBI double.

Katie Rutledge and Kasarah Scheller each finished the game with 2 hits.  Rogers had the lone extra base hit and RBI for Coffee County.  Rutledge got the start in the circle for Coffee County and took the loss.  The Lady Raiders are now 1 and 2 overall and 1 and 1 in district play.

The Lady Raiders will be back on the road on Monday when they travel to Shelbyville for a district game.  First pitch is set for 5:30 PM.

CCMS Baseball Falls to Harris

Connor Shemwell of CCMS baseball

The Coffee County Middle School baseball team hosted a rematch with Harris on Thursday afternoon at CCMS.  After a thrilling comeback on Tuesday night over the Eagles, the Red Raiders were unable to get the bats rolling as they managed just 2 hits.  Coffee County lost by a final socre of 6 to 0.

Harris was able to get single runs on the scoreboard in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 6th innings with a 2 run frame in the 5th.  The Eagles’ pitchers kept Coffee County off balance all night as they struck out 6 Red Raiders.  Connor Shemwell had both hits for Coffee Middle.

The Red Raiders return to the diamond on Monday when they travel to Winchester to take on North Franklin.  First pitch is set for 5 PM.

Westwood Tennis Falls at Shelbyville

Hitting the courts for the first time this season, the Westwood Middle School tennis team traveled to Shelbyville on Thursday.  Both Rocket teams won the top 2 singles matches along with the top doubles match.  Unfortunately both Rockets teams fell by identical 4 to 3 scores.

The Rockets got singles wins from Jonathan Nelson(6 to 2) and Caleb Simmons(6 to 2) plus a doubles victory from the doubles team of Nelson and Simmons by a score of 6 to 3.  The Lady Rockets got singles wins from Lauren Perry(6 to 3) and Rylea McNamara(6 to 4).  The Lady Rockets got a 6 to 4 doubles win when Perry and McNamara teamed up as the #1 doubles team.

The Rocket netters return to the court on Monday when they play host to Coffee County Middle at Fred Deadman Park.  First serve is set for 4 PM.

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