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Clarksville, TN – Rossview High School’s Kevin Kane pitched and hit his way into the programs baseball lore on May 15th, as he pitched and hit the Hawks past District 10-AAA regular-season and tournament champion Clarksville High School to win the school’s first Region 5-AAA title, 5-1.
With the victory, Rossview (24-12-1) will host Ravenwood High School May 16th in one half of the TSSAA Sectional tournament, while Clarksville High will travel to Brentwood High School in the other Sectional matchup. Both games start at 7:00pm.
Clarksville, TN – Trailing for the first time this season with its ace Donny Everett on the mound, May 12th in the opening round of the Region 5-AAA tournament, Clarksville High School’s baseball team rallied to defeat the Beech High School Buccaneers 5-3 to reach the regional finals.
The victory also earns the Wildcats (29-5) a berth into the May 16th Sectional Tournament, where a win puts them into the TSSAA State Tournament field.
But it didn’t look early on like it may be the Wildcats night, with the Buccaneers (18-18) putting up single runs in both the first and third innings off Everett (11-0) – both coming off doubles by Isaac Robertson, driving in Jared Knight in the first and Jesse McKay in the third.
Clarksville, TN – Behind two first-inning runs and a strong pitching performance from Donny Everett, May 7th, Clarksville High School’s baseball team defeated three-time defending District 10-AAA champion Rossview High School, 2-0.
With the victory, Clarksville High (28-5) will host a first-round Region 5-AAA game at 7:00pm, on May 12th, facing the runner-up of the District 9-AAA tournament between Beech High School and Wilson Central High School, while Rossview (22-12-1) travels to the 9-AAA winner.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s baseball team scored seven first-inning runs against Henry County High School, May 6th, and never looked back, as the Wildcats defeated the Patriots 13-1.
With the win, Clarksville High (27-5) will now host Rossview High (22-11-1) at 6:30pm on May 7th for the District 10-AAA championship.
After seeing Henry County (18-12) get a run in the top of the first inning against starting pitcher Nolen Milton, the Wildcats never allowed Patriots starter Jake Croasman to record an out in his half of the inning before being taken out after giving up four runs.
Clarksville High Wildcats Baseball pulls away late to defeat Henry County Patriots 14-4 in 10-AAA Tournament
Clarksville, TN – Leading by a narrow 5-4 margin after three-and-a-half innings of play, Clarksville High School’s baseball team exploded for nine runs in its final two at bats, May 5th, to defeat Henry County High School 14-4 – in five innings – to remain undefeated in the District 10-AAA Tournament.
The Wildcats (26-5) will advance to the tournament finals at 7:00pm, on May 6th and host the winner of the elimination game between Northwest High school (7-25) and Henry County (17-11), scheduled to start at 4:30pm at Clarksville High’s Baseball Field.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville High School’s baseball team outlasted Mother Nature, lighting problems and Northeast High School, April 29th, to win the 2014 District 10-AAA regular-season title with a 10-2 victory over the Eagles.
The Wildcats go into district tournament on May 2nd as the number-one overall seed, and along with Rossview High School, will host one of the two tournament sites.
“I told them that I was proud of them, because they knocked off the first goal that we have as a team and that’s winning the district regular-season title,” Clarksville High coach Brian Hetland said. “Now we get to host the tournament and that’s a big thing because there’s a lot of competition out there, weather you think, or someone else thinks you’re the favorite or not.”
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’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.
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