Clarksville, TN – Despite only one District 10-AAA loss so far this season, Clarksville High School’s softball team went into this week needing to defeat both of its two closest challengers to wrap up the regular-season title.
Well, the Lady Wildcats (26-13, 12-1 District 10-AAA) are half way to that goal after their April 22nd 12-2 victory over Kenwood High School.
Clarksville High jumped on Kenwood (11-10, 8-3 District 10-AAA) starter Imani Largin in the first inning, as Heather Norris drew a walk to open the game and move to third base an out later on a single by Haley Bearden.
Springfield, TN – Clarksville High School’s baseball team fell behind early on the road to Springfield High School, in their District 10-AAA matchup April 22nd, but rallied with four straight runs to defeat the Yellow Jackets 4-1.
After no-hitting Springfield on April 21st in a 10-0 victory, the Wildcats (22-4, 11-1 District 10-AAA) saw the Yellow Jackets get a first-inning RBI single from Jackson Cobb off CHS starter Ben Bleyle for a 1-0 lead.
Clarksville High Wildcats baseball pitchers throw no-hitter in 10-0 win over Springfield Yellow Jackets
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s Donny Everett and Mitch Muhlada combined to throw a no-hitter, April 21st, against District 10-AAA opponent Springfield High School in a 10-0, five-inning affair.
Everett (7-0) went the first four innings for Clarksville High (21-4, 10-1 District 10-AAA), striking out 11 of the 13 Springfield batters he faced, while Muhlada pitched a one-two-three fifth inning to end the game.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School golfer Sam Davis became the second player from this year’s District 10-AAA boys championship team to sign to play college golf next year, as he cast his lot with Carson Newman College in a ceremony in the school’s cafeteria April 16th.
Davis joins Hunter Richardson, who signed with Tennessee Martin in the fall signing period.
“Sam is our second player to sign this year,” Clarksville High coach Adam Welch said. “I’m tickled about Sam signing and anytime you’re going to a program that is winning their conference title and going to the NCAA tournament — becoming a part of those type teams — is a great accomplishment.”
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s baseball team scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, April 11th, to rally past Station Camp High School in Day 2 of the William Workman Tournament for a 7-6 victory.
The Wildcats (17-3) led the Bison 5-1 heading into the top of the sixth inning, but Station Camp would take advantage of some CHS errors to score five runs against Wildcats starter Brady Cook to take a 6-5 lead.
But Clarksville High dug in and came up against Bison relief pitcher Jamie Haefele to score twice in its final at bat for the victory.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s baseball team rebounded from an extra-inning loss the night before to post a 9-1 victory over Montgomery Central High School, April 10th in the opening day of the William Workman Tournament.
After dropping its first District 10-AAA game of the season, April 9th on the road at Rossview High School, the Wildcats scored runs in five of their six at bats against the Indians (7-12) – recording 14 hits against two MCHS pitchers.
“We needed a bounce-back game and a low-scoring game where we played well defensively,” Clarksville High coach Brian Hetland said. “That’s the key for our team, because we made some mistakes late last night and it hurt us a little bit in that game.
Rossview High baseball rallies to beat Clarksville High 9-8 handing Wildcats their first District 10-AAA loss
Clarksville, TN – Down 8-4 heading into the bottom of the sixth inning, Rossview High’s baseball rallied to force extra innings, April 9th, on it was to handing Clarksville High School its first District 10-AAA loss of the season 9-8, in eight innings.
Rossview (10-8, 6-2 District 10-AAA) got the rally going by scoring three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to cut the deficit to 8-7 against Wildcats relief pitcher Nolen Milton, who came in for starter Ben Bleyle – who gave up four runs to the Hawks in the first inning.
Clarksville High Wildcats baseball holds back late rally by Rossview Hawks to remain undefeated in 10-AAA
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s baseball team looked like it had everything under control, April 7th, as it went into the top of the seventh inning up three runs and its number-one pitcher on the mound, but the Wildcats had to hold off a Rossview High School rally to come away with a 3-2 District 10-AAA victory.
The Wildcats (15-2, 7-0 District 10-AAA) starting pitcher Donny Everett (5-0) had kept the Hawks off the scoreboard over the first six inning, giving up just three hits and striking out 10 batters up to that point.
Murfreesboro, TN – Clarksville High School baseball got a combined two-hitter from Teal Young and Mitch Muhlada, April 4th, versus Blackman High School, but its wasn’t enough to keep the Wildcats from suffering their second loss of the season in a 1-0 final.
Young pitched the first four-plus innings for Clarksville High (14-2), giving up one hit and four walks, while striking out two, while Muhlada gave up the other hit in his two innings of work.
But it was two errors by the Wildcats in the bottom of the fifth inning that allowed the game’s only run.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s Nolen Milton blasted an RBI single to center field in the bottom of the eighth inning, April 1st, to lift the Wildcats past Henry County High School 3-2 to remain undefeated in District 10-AAA.
Milton’s hit for Clarksville High (14-1, 6-0 10-AAA) drove in Brady Cook, who opened the bottom of the eighth inning with a triple off the base of the right-center field fence – just below the 357-foot mark.
“Brady had an outstanding swing on that ball and smoked it,” Clarksville High coach Brian Hetland said. “If there had been any wind at all it would have been a walk-off home run. He just continues to be a good leader for us.
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