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REGION CHAMPIONS! Lady Raiders beat Warren County to claim 3-4A title

Coffee County jumped in front 2-0 early Wednesday against Warren County.

But unlike in the district championship, there would be no comeback in the cards for the Lady Pioneers.

Coffee County added 2 more runs in the fourth and 2 in the sixth to beat Warren County 6-2 Wednesday (May 18, 2022) in McMinnville, claiming a Region 3-4A Championship (a game you heard live on Thunder Radio).


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Coffee County outhit the Lady Pioneers 12-6 in the win – 7 of those hits came from the top two spots in the lineup. Kiya Ferrell had 3 hits and Olivia Evans added 4 and each knocked in a run and both had triples. Haidyn Campbell scratched out two hits and an RBI.

Channah Gannon blasted a monster home run for the Lady Raiders deep to left field.

Kaitlyn Davis earned the win in the circle with a superb outing. Davis scattered six hits and allowed two runs – both were unearned and on the heels of 2 CHS errors in the bottom of the sixth. She struck out 3.

With the win, CHS improves to 23-14 overall. The Lady Raiders will host Smyrna in the state sectional game at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Terry Floyd Field. If the Lady Raiders win that game, they will return to the TSSAA Spring Fling state tournament next week in Murfreesboro. A loss Friday will end the season. The game will be broadcast live on Thunder Radio at 107.9 FM, 1320 AM, 106.7 FM, Manchester Go App and

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The 2022 Coffee County Lady Raider softball team celebrates with the Region 3-4A Championship plaque after a 6-2 win over Warren County Wednesday, May 18, 2022. — Thunder Radio photo by Holly Peterson

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