Monday Prep Roundup

CHS forward Samuel Brown(left) attempts to get a shot off against the MTCS keeper in JV action on Monday night.

CHS forward Samuel Brown(left) attempts to get a shot off against the MTCS keeper in JV action on Monday night.

It took nearly 3 weeks, but the CHS Red Raider soccer team FINALLY hosted a game on their home field on Monday night as the JV team played host to Middle Tennessee Christian.  The Raiders scored 3 goals in each half to capture a 6 to 1 win over the visiting Cougars.  Samuel Brown scored a 1st half hat trick with goals in the 8th, 14th and 35th minutes to give the Raiders a 3 to 0 lead at intermission.  Coffee County dominated the time of possession holding MTCS to one realistic goal opportunity which was stopped by keeper Davis Green.  In the 2nd half, Ethan Hickman scored goals in the 42nd and 47th minutes before being taken down in the box in 50th minute stopping his hat trick attempt.  Miguel Mendoza drove the ensuing penalty kick past the beleaguered Cougar keeper to give Coffee County a 6 to 0 lead.  Spectacular play in net by Davis and Mason Boles kept the shutout in tact until the 72nd minute when Middle Tennessee Christian was able to find the back of the net on an odd man rush.   The varsity soccer team will be in action on Friday and Saturday in Gulf Shores, Alabama as they travel south for the Spring Break tournament.

 

CCMS pitcher Scottie Duke delivers a pitch from early season action

CCMS pitcher Scottie Duke delivers a pitch from early season action

The Red Raider baseball team of Coffee County Middle School opened their spring break week with an 8 to 2 win over North Franklin on Monday night in Winchester.  Scottie Duke was the star of the game as he pitched a complete game one-hitter for the Raiders to improve their conference record to 2 and 1 on the season.  The Raiders plated 8 runs on just 5 hits on the night as Colton Kerber and Harley Hinshaw each had 2 hits.  Tyler Serber added the 5th hit for Coffee County.  Coffee County will play host to North on Tuesday night at the Raiders home field behind the Coffee County Middle School.  First pitch is scheduled for 5:00 PM.

Westwood's Jacob Garms follows thru on an infield hit from early season action

Westwood’s Jacob Garms follows thru on an infield hit from early season action

The Westwood Rockets baseball team hit the road again on Monday night traveling to Fayetteville for a conference game with Fayetteville.  The Tigers pitching help the Rockets to 2 hots on the contest in a 17 to 0 defeat of the Rockets.  Jacon Garms and Winston Alford had the base knocks for the Blue and White.  Westwod is back in action on Friday as they play host to Huntland.  First pitch at Fred Deadman Park’s Looney Riddle Field is set for 5:00 PM.

The CHS Red Raider JV baseball team split a pair of games with Riverdale on Saturday evening at Powers Field.  In the first game, a shaky defensive effort saw 5 Red Raider errors lead to Riverdale’s 5 runs in a 5 to 0 defeat.  Coffee County bounced back in the night cap as freshman Nathaniel Tate pitched a gem in a 4 to 2 win over the visiting Warriors.  Grant Sadler came in to finish off the game for the save for Coffee County.  Tate and Jacob Langham were both 2 for 2 on the game with 2 RBI.  Langham had the games big hit as his triple knocked in the winning runs in the bottom of the 4th inning for Coffee County.  The JV team will play at Lincoln County on Tuesday beginning at 4:00 PM.

Tuesday Prep Schedule
4:00 PM – CHS Baseball(JV) HOST Lincoln Co
5:00 PM – CCMS Baseball HOST North Franklin
6:00 PM – CHS Baseball HOST Lincoln Co
7:00 PM – CHS Softball at Lincoln Co – Thunder Radio broadcast