The Red Raider soccer team kicked off their 2 day spring break trip on Thursday at Mountain Brook Alabama falling by a final score of 5 to 2. Mountain Brook jumped out to a 3 to 0 lead in the first half, but Coffee County battled them even in the 2nd half. The Raiders got goals from Breyer Taylor and Cole Hawkins in the 2nd period and an assist from Abelen Barrera. The Raiders conclude their spring break trip on Friday as they take on Thompson in a match that will kick off at 7 PM.
Anna Spellings had a big night for the Lady Raiders as they defeated Franklin County 6-0 in Winchester on Thursday night in District 8-AAA play. The Coffee County senior right fielder knocked in 3 runs on two hits including her 3rd homer of the year. Brianna Jones continued her great pitching, throwing one-hitter against the Lady Rebels. That is the only hit she has allowed in her last 3 starts. Jones who leads the state in strikeouts mowed down 14 Franklin County batters.
The 14-6 Lady Raiders will host Dickson County on Saturday beginning at 1:30pm.
The Coffee Middle baseball team traveled to Woodbury on Thursday and tamed the Lions by a final score of 18 to 2. The Raiders won their 9th game in a row as they got 14 runs in the 3rd inning sending 19 batters to the plate. Coffee County pounded out 15 hits on the night helping Austin Tensfield get the win for the Raiders. Tensfield finished the night with 13 strikeouts. Alontae Taylor was 3 for 5 with 2 doubles with 4 RBI. Nathaniel Tate was 3 for 5 with a triple and 2 RBI and Grey Riddle was 2 for 4. The Red Raiders travel to Tullahoma for a game Monday. 1st pitch is scheduled for 5:00 PM.