Topic: Montgomery Central High School
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.
Clarksville, TN – Montgomery Central High School’s baseball took advantage of some early wildness from Northwest High School’s pitchers, April 10th in the opening day of the William Workman Tournament at the Clarksville High School’s baseball field, to score seven first-inning runs on its way to a 11-8 victory over the Vikings.
The Indians (7-11) only recorded two hits during the scoring outburst, but those hits combined with three walks, two hit batters and two Viking errors led to a quick 7-0 advantage for MCHS.
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, TN – Northwest High School’s boys soccer team scored two goals in a span of five minutes in the first half, April 4th at Esau Lathon Athletic Field, and made them hold up against Montgomery Central High School in a 2-1 victory.
Northwest (2-2) had tied the game 1-1 in the 21st minute on a goal by Alan Huggins off a cross from Jarrd Darrough, but it was the go-head goal five minutes later from freshman Osvaldo Onate off a cross from Huggins that turned out to be the game winner. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Long-time friends and art teachers Maureen Griffin and Debbie Harrison have collaborated to create an exhibit featuring ceramics, watercolor, photography and mixed media pieces.
Their exhibit, “Two Friends, Two Teachers,” will be on display at the Planters Bank-Hilldale Gallery from Thursday, April 3rd – Wednesday, April 30th.
Cunningham, TN – The hot bats of August Rodenbaber and Rachel Nelson drove the Montgomery Central Lady Indians softball team to a 7-4 victory at home against the West Creek Lady Coyotes Wednesday, April 2nd.
Rodenbaber and Nelson combined to bring in all seven of the Lady Indians runs.
Rodenbaber went 3-for-3 at the plate, hitting 3 RBI doubles in the game. Her last double brought in two runs. Nelson batted 2-for-3 with an RBI single and an RBI triple. Her last at bat was a sac fly that brought in another run.
Clarksville, TN – Rossview High senior Brett Wilson retired 21 straight West Creek High hitters, March 18th after giving up a lead-off double, as the Hawks came away with a 9-0 victory to open District 10-AAA play.
Wilson would take the hill for Rossview (4-1, 1-0 District 10-AAA) in the bottom of the first inning already leading 1-0, but saw West Creek get the possible tying run in scoring position right away with Jerome Heath lacing a double into right-center field.
Clarksville, TN – It was cool outside Friday, March 14th, but the bats were hot at Northeast High School when the Eagles hosted the Montgomery Central Indians. The baseball diamond echoed with the distinct “tink” of metal hitting rawhide as the two teams lit up the score board.
However, when the last echo from the last hit died after seven innings, it was the Indians’ bats smoking in victory. The Indians earned their first win of the season, 10-5, over the Eagles.
The Wildcats have allowed only two runs in their back-to-back victories.
Clarksville High’s Donnie Everett gave the Indians trouble on both sides of the ball. As the starting pitcher for the Wildcats he subdued the Indians with four solid innings of work. Everett allowed just one run and six hits. He made six kills and walked only two batters.
Clarksville, TN – The sun was out and the last remnants of snow had finally melted away for the beginning of the high school baseball season Monday, March 10th.
Among the many local teams playing on freshly- raked, red clay, two recent champions squared off for their first game of the season.
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