A 7th inning rally was not enough on Tuesday night as the Coffee County Central High School dropped a 7 to 4 district contest to Lawrence County at Powers Field. The Raiders got on the board in the first inning as Stanton Keele drove in Gavin Husted with an RBI single to knot the game at 1. Trace Friedlein got the start and pitched strong into the 4th inning before Lawrence County exploded for 5 runs. Dylan Sandoval came on in relief and pitched 3 1/3 strong innings to keep a flicker of Coffee County hope alive. Friedlein tallied a run in the bottom of the 4th but the Raiders could not string together hits until the 7th. In the 7thinning, J.P. Duncan started the inning with a walk. After a Peyton Booth single, Wyatt Day ripped an RBI single to plate Duncan and make the deficit 7 to 3. A Noah Anderson single loaded the bases to bring up Gavin Husted whose ground ball to 2nd base plated Booth. Lawrence County snuffed out the rally with a double play to end the game. The Raiders travel to Lawrenceburg for the 2nd game of the series on Wednesday. First pitch is at 6:00 PM.