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PREP SCOREBOARD: Monday, April 4, 2022

Jacob Holder is congratulated by coach Kyle Douglas as he rounds third base after a solo home run Monday night, April 4, 2022. — Thunder Radio photo by Holly Peterson

Monday night (April 4, 2022) was a busy one for area prep teams. Here is a look at results (more will be added as we have them).

CHS Baseball 8, Shelbyville 2

In a game you heard live on Thunder Radio – Coffee County got a big push late and help from 7 Shelbyville defensive errors to drop the Eagles 8-2 at Shelbyville High School.

Jacob Holder started the scoring with a solo home run in the 4th. The Raiders went on to add two more runs in the 4th, 3 in the 5th and 2 in the seventh. CHS did all that scoring on just 8 hits. Holder had two of them – adding a single and a run scored. He also knocked home a run on a fielder’s choice in the 7th.

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Holder earned his first district win on the mound – allowing 1 unearned run on 1 hit (an infield single) while striking out 6 and walking 6. Timothy Henderson and Cole Pippenger finished things off in relief.

The Raiders (5-8 overall / 3-2 District 6-4A) will host the Eagles Tuesday, April 5 at 6 p.m. (weather permitting). You can hear that game live on Thunder Radio.

Westwood 2, Fayetteville City 1 | Westwood 9, Fayetteville City 3

The Westwood Rockets bounced back from 3 tough losses last week with a double-header sweep of Fayetteville City on 8th grade night Monday.

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In game one, Westwood got RBIs from Davis McKenzie and Keller Hatfield and a shutdown performance from Hatfield on the mound – striking out 5 and allowing just 2 hits and 1 unearned run.

Matt Moore, Kaysen Lowery scored runs for the Rockets.

Meanwhile, Westwood Trailed 2-1 in game 2 before erupting for 2 in the third and three runs apiece in the fourth and fifth innings to get the sweep. Lowery had a game at the plate – knocking in 3 and scoring a pair on a hit and a walk.

Westwood outhit Fayetteville 7-4 in the game-two win.

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Isaiah Deadman earned the win on the mound – he struck out 4 and allowed 3 earned runs and 3 hits over 3 innings.

Westwood Softball 7, Community 10

Westwood’s Lady Rockets got 4 runs in the 7th inning, but couldn’t complete massive comeback against Community Monday.

Audri Patton tripled and singled and scored a pair of runs for the Rockets. Lily Norman also scored twice after singling and doubling. She also singled and was stranded for a 3-for-3 night.

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Westwood Golf 9.5, Harris 2.5

Westwood golf opened the season with a 9.5 to 2.5 flag win over Harris at Riverbend Country Club.

The team of Jack Stowe and Ethan Hamby earned a flag. Meanwhile, the teams of Landon Collins and Thompson Lowe and Jaxon Phillips, Eli Henley and Calvin Barrett picked up 3 flags apiece. The team of Peyton Evans, Danica Fleenor and Jonnalee Hillis wrapped up with 2.5 flags.

Westwood Soccer 9, SAS 0

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Westwood mercy ruled SAS on Monday at Dyer-Bouldin Field in Manchester.

Joan Deanda and Jodson Lemmons each scored 3 goals for the Rockets. Meanwhile, Aaron Jaimes and William Rogers each tacked on a goal.

The Rockets got assists from Hayden Delgado (1), Rogers (2), Joel Ramirez (3) and Deanda (3).

Coffee Middle Golf 10.5, Fayetteville 1.5

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Coffee County Middle Golf easily dispatched of Fayetteville Monday at WillowBrook Golf Course, 10.5 flags to 1.5.

The team of Cade Williams and Luke Lowe captured 3 flags. Brayden Kesling and Skylar Releford won 3 flags; Noah Costello and Lucas Turner took 2.5 flags; and Tallan Crosslin and Elijah Carter took 2 flags for Coffee County.

CHS Girls Tennis 5, Shelbyville 2

Coffee County singles winners: Lauren Perry 8-3, Rylea McNamara 8-1, Katie Lawrence 8-3, Savannah Blackburn 9-7. CHS doubles winners: Perry, McNamara 8-3.

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CHS Boys Tennis 7, Shelbyville 0

Coffee County singles winners: Jonathan Nelson 8-2, Krish Patel 8-2, Liam Brown 8-0, Nolan Sussen 8-2, Alexander Blomquist 8-0. CHS doubles winners Patel and Brown 8-0; Nelson and Sussen 8-1.

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