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BASEBALL: Raiders drop 6th straight district contest

Trevor Jesse

The district woes continued for the Red Raider baseball team Tuesday at Columbia.

Coffee County fell behind 4-0 in the first inning and never recovered in a 5-2 loss to the Lions.

The loss gives the Lions the sweep of the Raiders and marks the sixth straight district loss for CHS since starting the season 4-0. They finish the regular season 4-6. The Raiders will finish in fourth place if Shelbyville loses to Warren County Wednesday and they will finish in fifth in Shelbyville beats Warren County Wednesday.

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Tuesday in Columbia it was the first inning that proved to be the killer. The Lions scored 4 runs but only 2 of them earned on 3 hits. A Raider error, walk and a wild pitch all helped the Lions to piece together the big inning.

Davis McKenzie was hit with the loss on the mound after giving up 4 in the first (2 earned).

Brady Daugherty was solid in relief much like he was Monday night. Daugherty tossed 3 innings and only allowed 1 run on 2 hits. Cole Pippenger threw 2 innings of shutout ball.

At the plate the Raiders were ineffective with only 2 hits – both from junior designated hitter Blake Hillis, who singled, doubled and scored once.

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The Raiders travel to Upperman Thursday in non-district play.

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