Topic: Clarksville high School Wildcats Baseball
Clarksville, TN – I recently realized the primary color in most of my favorite sports teams (Spurs, Ravens, etc..) is black. I wonder if that is a subconscious acknowledgement of the slimming effect of black clothes. Regardless, here are my more relatable sports FourThoughts for this week.
NFL Draft: Must See TV
I have watched the NFL draft for years as a fan and a fantasy football player looking for an edge. I think it is hands down, the best draft of the major pro sports. Apparently, this year I was joined by a record breaking number of NFL draft enthusiasts.
In softball, the regular season champions, Clarksville High Lady Wildcats hosted two games of the tournament at their field.
The baseball tournament is double elimination, with a winners and losers bracket, hosted at the district’s number one and two seeds sites. The top seeded Clarksville High Wildcats hosted two games as well as the second seeded Rossiew Hawks.
Clarksville High Wildcats Baseball roar past Northwest Vikings 6-2 to advance In District 10-AAA Tournament
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville High Wildcats baseball team, this season’s District 10-AAA regular season champions, hosted their first game of the District 10-AAA Tournament against the Northwest Vikings Friday evening.
The Wildcats took advantage of Viking errors to win the game 6-2 and advance to the next round.
Errors led to the Wildcats to take a 3-0 lead after three innings. The Vikings capitalized on a Wildcat’s pitching change in the top of the fifth inning to rally within one of the Wildcats, 3-2.
Clarksville, TN – The second day of the William Workman Classic baseball tournament at Clarksville High School Saturday, April 12th, began with a Wildcats vs. Wildcats battle as Clarksville High hosted their first game of the day against Tullahoma.
The game was a defensive battle with strong pitchers on the mound getting great help from their teammates on the field. Runs came at a premium despite both teams making a lot of contact at the plate. Ultimately, Tullahoma proved they were the superior Wildcats for the day, shutting out Clarksville High 2-0.
Nashville, TN – Clarksville High pitcher Donnie Everette pitched a 10-0 shutout against the Northwest Vikings Monday, March 24th at Charles Hawkins Field to extend the Wildcats undefeated streak to 9-0.
Everette allowed just three hits and struck out four as he kept the Vikings scoreless Monday afternoon. Conversely, Vikings’ pitchers struggled. It only took five innings for the Wildcats to generate 10 runs on 12 hits and win the game.
This was the third shutout of the Wildcats season. They have scored 25 runs in their last three victories.
Clarksville, TN – Down 7-0 after five innings, the Beech Buccaneers baseball team scored four runs in the sixth in a rally to at least tie the Clarksville High Wildcats Saturday, March 22nd, in the second game of a doubleheader at Clarksville High.
However, the Buccaneers rally came up short and the Wildcats won 7-5, improving to an undefeated 8-0 record.
Wildcats starting pitcher, Teal Young, held the Buccaneers scoreless during his five innings on the mound. Young finished the day allowing only 3 hits and striking out three.
However, the Buccaneers took advantage of the Wildcats sixth inning pitching change to score four runs. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville High Wildcats baseball team hit the home diamond early Saturday, March 22nd, to play the Overton Bobcats for the first game of a doubleheader.
The Wildcats scored four runs in the second inning to take the lead and never looked back. They defeated the Bobcats 8-3.
Eight different Wildcats got hits in the game, four with at least one RBI. Overton starting pitcher, Yosuany Penate was the primary victim of the Wildcats offensive barrage. He allowed 10 hits that scored 5 runs with 3 walks and one strike out in 4 1/3 innings work. «Read the rest of this article»
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.
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