The White County Warriors played two games on Saturday, losing to Tennessee High by a final score of 3-0, and defeating Watertown 4-3.
Game one saw D.J. Paul get the start on the mound, and he threw two innings of two-run ball. Seth Greene took over for the final five innings, and only gave up a single run to keep the Warriors in the game.
It wouldn’t be enough however, and the Warriors failed to get on the board in game one as they fell by a final score of 1-0.
At the plate, six different Warriors registered hits, but they also struck out eight times as a team.
In game two, Johnathan Wilkerson got the start on the mound and he lasted two innings. When he exited, he had given up three runs (two earned) on five hits with a strikeout.
The bullpen combined for five three-hit, shutout innings to give White County a chance to win.
At the plate, White County got the scoring started with three first-inning runs, but Watertown matched it in the bottom of the inning. The game remained scoreless until the top of the fourth, when Aiden Mullens hit an RBI single to drive in the go-ahead run.
The bullpen took it from there, and White County split their two games with the 4-3 win over Watertown. Wilkerson earned the win for the Warriors.
White County will face William Blount in their next contest on Monday at 5 P.M.