SEYMOUR

Seymour allowed only one run all week in four games, going 4-0.

SEYMOUR — Seymour played 24 innings of defense this weekend and allowed only one run over four games, outscoring opponents 37-to-1 while improving to 16-0.

They allowed only nine hits all weekend, and they didn’t give up more than three hits in any single game.

In their first game on Friday, the Eagles beat Giles County 5-1 behind seven innings of work on the bump from AJ Berry.

He allowed only two hits and struck out seven.

Elijah Galyon drove in three runs in the win and Berry drove in another.

Galyon also went 3-3 scoring three runs, while Seymour recorded eight hits as a team.

Against Greeneville, the Eagles started hot, scoring eight runs in the first inning of their 9-0 win.

Adam Quincy recorded four RBIs in the win, and Tres Parton had two.

Seymour gave up only two hits in the win with Galyon going four and two-thirds on the mound, striking out eight.

Ian Sonner replaced him going two and a third innings.

On Saturday, Seymour once against started hot in the 12-0 win over Harlan County.

They scored four runs in the first frame before they added eight in the second.

Judson Geringer went 2-3 with two RBIs, while Blake Payne also had two RBIs.

Berry, Sonner, Payne and Alex Hutcherson all had two hits in the win.

Luke Farragut pitched all five innings, striking out seven and walking one.

Against Grace Christian, the Eagles pitched their 11th shut out of the year, winning 11-0 in five frames.

Cooper Douglass did most of the work, going four and two-thirds innings on the mound. He gave up two hits, struck out five and walked five.

Quincy replaced him getting the final two outs.

Seymour stayed quiet early, but they broke out in the third inning, scoring nine before adding two more runs in the fourth.

Berry and Galyon each recorded two hits, while Seth Shaw had two RBIs.