Duncan allows just a hit in 7-0 Seymour victory

Apr. 10, 2014 @ 10:31 PM

 Miranda Duncan already has a perfect game to her credit.
The Seymour came awful close to another on Thursday, striking out 12 Cherokee batters and allowing just one hit in a 7-0 victory. Kara Mahan’s single in the fifth was the only blemish.
Duncan got all the run support she needed in the first when she drove in Lauren Irwin with a double to left. She would also score a run herself in the fifth.
The Eagles had seven different batters drive in seven different runners. Irwin, Duncan, Taylor Erjavec and Danielle Mull had two hits each.
Carter 10, Gatlinburg-Pittman 0
STRAWBERRY PLAINS — The Highlanders stranded seven runners in scoring position in this loss.
Bethanie Trees had a double while Kylie Loveday, Kelsey Henry and Emily Hudson each had hits. Hudson gave up three earned in 2 1/3 innings in the circle while Henry surrendered three earned runs in 2 2/3 innings.
Farragut 3, Pigeon Forge 0

FARRAGUT — The Tigers had just two hits, one from Thomas sums and one from Bryson Sullivan, in the loss.
Koleman Roach pitched the complete game, giving up three hits and just one earned run while striking out four.
Gatlinburg-Pittman 15, Williamsburg (Ky.) 2
GATLINBURG — The Highlanders won their seventh straight by staying hot at the plate.
Austin Sides had a triple and two RBI while Daniel Watson had a double and drove in three runs. Kyle Viers had two hits and two RBI.
G-P has now outscored its opponents 80-15 over the last seven games.
“That’s the biggest thing these kids needed, to get on a streak,” said Highlanders coach Josh Warner. “They’re very confident. That’s part of the building of the program and getting these kids excited about baseball day in and day out.”
Gatlinburg-Pittman 3, Grace Christian 1

GATLINBURG — Chris Kilbourne had two goals in his return from injury while Luis Sauceda added a tally on a 40-yard free kick.
Highlanders coach Zach Schrandt said Kilbourne is at only about 75 percent but he adds a boost to G-P’s lineup.
“It gives us another scoring option,” Schrandt said. “He’s a left wing who can cut in with his right foot. We really missed that piece to our puzzle the last couple weeks.”
Sevier County 7, South-Doyle 0
SEVIERVILLE — The Smoky Bears had four goals in the opening 15 minutes to roll to the win.
Anthony Lemus had a hat trick while Donovan Hull added two and Alex Martinez and Chance Arnold scored  a goal each.
“Everything is really starting to click now,” said Sevier County coach Bryan Atchley.