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Diamond ’Dawgs edge MHS, Seymour; FHS pounds Sevier


Bearden head coach Matt Buckner said senior standout pitcher Hunter Daniel didn’t have his best stuff against Maryville.

“But he battled through it,” Buckner said, as the Bulldogs edged MHS 5-3 in a District 4-AAA game Tuesday, March 11, at BHS. Daniel got the win, going five innings, with help from reliever Andy Fennell.

Meanwhile, Farragut disposed of Sevier County 10-0 Wednesday, March 12, at FHS (Details later in this story).

Daniel, a UT signee, had six strikeouts while allowing five hits and three walks.

Fennell had three strikeouts in two innings of relief to pick up a save. “They really didn’t do anything with him,” Buckner said.

Offensively, Garrett Copeland went 4-of-4, including a home run. Bryant Walker added a homer.

The Bulldogs whipped Seymour 6-3 Tuesday, March 11, led by junior starting pitcher Ryan Potter, who went 5 2/3 innings before giving way to Copeland.

“He was excellent, he really pounded the strike zone,” Buckner said of Potter, who had three strikeouts and only one walk.

Ryan Ford led the BHS offense with three hits, while Taylor Gouffon and Copeland added two. Jonathan Byrd smacked what Buckner called a “big” double.

FHS 10 SEVIER COUNTY 0

Winning pitcher Mac Thoreson allowed just four hits while going the distance in a five-inning 10-run rule game.

Offensively for Farragut, Matt “Hammer” Ramsey and Cade Stallings each homered to lead a 10-hit parade.

Thoreson tripled, while Curt Powell and Ethan Bennett each doubled.

 

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