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SPORTS ROUNDUP: Thursday, March 14

Maddi Scott started in the circle for Westwood Monday, March 11, 2024. -- Photo by Holly Peterson, THUNDER RADIO WMSR 107.9 FM


Coffee County Central got a shutout effort in goal from junior keeper Brayden Trail in the district 9-4A opener at Shelbyville.

But the Raiders weren’t able to muster up any offense in a 0-0 tie.

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The Raiders had a great look at a would-be winning goal with 5 minutes left but the Shelbyville keeper executed a great save.

The Raiders are now 2-0-1.


Coffee County turned in arguably its best offensive effort of the young season with a 12-hit performance Thursday to beat MTCS 13-8.

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The Raiders pushed 4 runs across in each of the first 2 innings to get a commanding lead early.

Brady Daugherty had a 4 RBI, 3-hit performance and scored a run.

Cole Pippenger and Trey Turner each collected extra base hits for the Raiders – a double and triple, respectively.

Jayden Fellers earned the win. The senior southpaw was the beneficiary of great offensive support, allowing six earned over four innings on seven hits.

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Davis McKenzie allowed a run in an inning of relief and Cole Pippenger closed things out with 2 innings of work, allowing one earned on one hit and three strikeouts.


Coffee Middle scored 2 in the first and held on from there, beating Franklin County 3-1 Thursday night at home.

CMS got two extra base hits in the win: both doubles from Allie Raines and Kenzie Shelton.

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Raines finished with a pair of RBIs and a run scored. Shelton scored twice.

Briley Apicella earned the win in the circle, striking out 7 over a complete 7 innings of work. She scattered six hits.

Westwood Baseball 11, Winchester Christian Academy 1

The Westwood Rockets had a comfortable 6-1 lead going into the sixth inning but a explosive 5-run sixth ended the game early with an 11-1 mercy rule.

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Westwood outhit Winchester Christian 10-2 on the night.

Davion Dycus had a big day at the plate, picking up 3 RBIs on a couple of hits and two runs scored. Cole Williams also knocked in a pair of runs.

Trey Sullivan had a 3-hit night, knocking in 1 and scoring twice.

CJ Chavis earned the win on the mound for WMS. He struck out 6 over 5 innings while allowing just 2 hits. The only run Winchester Christian scored was unearned.

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Westwood and Community were tied 1-1 all night until the Viqueens won the game with the help of an error and a blooper to walk off with a 2-1 win Wednesday night.

Westwood led early on a run from Kylie Evans in the first inning. That was the only scoring for the night for the Lady Rockets. Maddi Scott struck out 9 for the Rockets in the circle.

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