CHURCH HILL — Timely hitting was the name of the game during Wednesday night’s District 1-AAA softball tournament at Volunteer.
CHURCH HILL—The long ball made a big difference in Tuesday’s District 1-AAA softball tournament game at Volunteer.
BLUFF CITY — Allee Griffith didn’t need much help, but her team gave her a big inning anyway.
BLUFF CITY — Sullivan East’s Smash Sisters became a trio Monday.
KINGSPORT — Taking advantage of nine Sullivan North fielding errors, the University High Lady Buccaneers took a 10-0 five inning, mercy-rule victory in the District 1-A softball tournament played at Sullivan North High School.
CHURCH HILL — Hits were at a premium for the visiting teams during Monday night’s District 1-AAA softball tournament at Volunteer.
CHURCH HILL — Morgan Riffle threw a no-hitter through five innings as Dobyns-Bennett defeated Tennessee High 2-0 in a rain-shortened opening game of the District 1-AAA softball tournament at Volunteer High School.
Thirty years ago in Oakland, Major League Baseball had the Bash Brothers: Mark McGwire and Jose Canseco.
Morgan Riffle took matters into her own hands.
It wasn’t a no-hitter and it won’t be recorded as such, but Daniel Boone’s Nickolette Ferguson was one pitch away.
Megan Ackerman had six RBIs including a 2-run home run in the first inning and a three-run homer in the second as Daniel Boone won 15-3 over David Crockett in Big Seven Conference softball action on Monday afternoon.
Margin of victory is referred to as runs in softball, but in this case the difference between Science Hill and Dobyns-Bennett was inches.