Photo by Aaron Nickens / The Novice Photographer
York Institute Junior Nic Smith tossed a gem of an outing last Monday, as he struck out 15 batters in a complete game shutout win over Cannon County.
Smith’s final stat-line was seven innings of one-hit ball with the 15 punch-out and only two walks in the 5-0 win.
This week, Smith leads our First Bank First Team.
First Bank First Team
Jordan Key (Livingston Academy): Key got it done at both the plate and in the circle in LA’s extra-inning win over Cookeville. Key finished 3-4 at the plate with two double and an RBI, and she also pitched 4.1 hitless innings with three strikeouts,
Jacob Daniels (Clay County): Daniels struck out 13 batters in a complete game win over Pickett County on Monday, and he added two hits and an RBI at the plate to help himself. Daniels also stroked two doubles in Clay’s game at Monterey.
Caydra Parker (White County): Parker had one of her best games of the season in White County’s tough loss to Sequatchie County on Tuesday, as she finished 3-4 at the plate with two home runs and five RBIs. She also drove in the game-tying run in an eventual win over Upperman on Monday.
Thomas Ensor (Upperman): Ensor was lights-out against the Warriors on Friday, as he pitched five shutout innings with four strikeouts and only one hit allowed.
Mel Pride (Upperman): Pride was a force in the clean-up spot in the Lady Bees’ 12-11 win over Macon County on Tuesday. Pride finished the game 2-5 at the dish with four runs driven in and one run scored.
Silas Randolph (Monterey): Randolph helped lead the Wildcats to three wins over Clay County and Van Buren last week. As a whole in those three games, he finished hitting .556 with three doubles and four RBIs.
Jakeb Davis (White County): Davis qualified for the Sectionals round of the Track and Field season with a 5’10” jump on Friday to lead the field. It was his fifth first-place finish of the season.
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