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Diamond Dawgs no worse than No. 4 tourney seed despite rough stretch ending with loss to MHS


Bearden's troubles scoring runs during Turn Back the Clock Night against Karns — a 7-1 loss Thursday, April 29, at Farragut — continued in an 8-1 setback to Maryville Monday evening, May 3.

That trend reversed somewhat against powerhouse Science Hill at BHS's Phil Garner Field April 30, though BHS lost 12-5.

Through it all, however, head coach Jack Tate's boys still earned no worse than the No. 4 seed going into this weekend's District 4-AAA Tournament (8-6 final league mark, 15-20 overall).


Against West, BHS starter Cory Phillips “pitched real well,” Tate said, lasting 4-plus innings and behind just 2-1 when exiting.

Facing Science Hill, Garrett Sale led BHS with two hits while Ty Greene added a double plus a sacrifice fly. The Diamond Dawgs' offense versus Karns were singles from Travis Scates, Sale and Dakota Stallings.

 

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