Both teams now move on to Region 1-AAA play on Monday, when Science Hill hosts Jefferson County and Tennessee High (25-11) travels to Sevier County.
ELIZABETHTON — A wild elimination game in the District 1-AA baseball tournament on Thursday night at Joe O’Brien Field came down to a wild pitch and bounce.
KINGSPORT — D-B had its hands full against a solid Knoxville team, but the Indians came through when it counted.
Tennessee High’s Banks Presson, the Johnson City Press/Kingsport Times News Super 22 player of the year, was on the team as an infielder.
Crockett will be looking to replace both its baseball and soccer head coaches over the course of the summer.
In one of the best area high school baseball seasons in recent memory, Tennessee High’s Banks Presson stood above the crowd.
Winning pitcher Perry Casaday, who threw six solid innings, stood tall when the Cougars loaded the bases with two outs, down 6-3 in the fifth.
In the most pressure-packed situation he’s faced all season, Science Hill pitcher Brandon Feathers didn’t flinch.
On a historic night where county rivals Volunteer and Cherokee met for the first time on the baseball field as Big 7 foes, Chiefs pitcher Ethan Crowder put on quite the performance.
Science Hill senior Brandon Feathers struck out 17 batters in a perfect game and the Hilltoppers routed David Crockett 12-0 on Monday at Warren Miller Field.
Daniel Boone beat Volunteer 12-0 in a five-inning contest Tuesday, completing a sweep of the baseball season-opening series.
It didn't take long for the Cherokee baseball team to get a statement win, pinning a 5-1 loss on Dobyns-Bennett on Tuesday.
Science Hill and Dobyns-Bennett tied for last year’s Big 7 Conference baseball title and most of the league’s coaches feel they’ll be the teams to beat again this season.
The sun popped out long enough Monday for Dobyns-Bennett to start the baseball season with a 9-3 Big 7 Conference win over Cherokee.
Dobyns-Bennett boasts five state baseball championships — and came oh-so-close to capturing another last year — but the Indians, along with other Northeast Tennessee teams, haven’t clutched the winner’s trophy this century.