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Phillips Tosses Perfect Game, Leads White County To 4-2 Week

Photo by Kailee Means / UC Sports Nation

White County’s Ashlynn Phillips tossed a perfect game in the Warriorettes’ first game of the week against Stone Memorial last Tuesday, striking out 10 batters in the process.

Phillips also drove in two runs at the plate that game, and added two more RBIs in their 9-6 win over Cookeville later in the week,

She earned another win with her four-inning performance against Girls Prep, when she gave up three runs and struck out eight more batters.

This week, she leads the First Bank First Team.

First Bank First Team

Eli Huddleston (Upperman): Huddleston was near unhittable against Macon County last week as well, as he pitched five one-hit innings and struck out 12 batters to earn the win.

Ellie Cripps (DeKalb County): Cripps threw a perfect game of her own on Tuesday, when she shut out Cannon County over four innings inOmar a 15-0 win.

Jacey Hatfield (DeKalb County): Hatfield supplied some of the pop to support Cripps’ effort, as she smacked a home run and drove in three runs against Cannon County. She added two more hits in the team’s 4-3 win over Waverly Central.

Dylan Whittenburg (Stone Memorial): Whittenburg has been on a roll to start the season, and that continued last Monday when he held White County to just one run over seven innings. Whittenburg struck out nine batters in the process. He added five innings of one-run ball against Livingston Academy on Saturday, and he drove in three runs at the plate.

Ethan Spears (Clay County): Spears was lights out on the mound last week, as he struck out 11 over six innings of work against Red Boiling Springs on Monday. Spears also allowed a single unearned run against Clinton County on Friday in three innings, striking out five.

Omari Harris (Warren County): Harris tossed four shutout innings against Grundy County on Tuesday, allowing a single hit and striking out three. Harris also drove in two runs later in the week in a 15-5 win over Smyrna.

Caden Stover (York Institute): Stover buckled down after allowing a four-run second inning against Livingston on Monday, as he pitched five innings with three earned runs to earn the win.

Mason Wade, Dylan Ragland (Jackson County): The duo finished first in a tournament over the weekend, and finished the season as the top team in the North Central Tennessee Region for Bass Fishing.

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