Seymour, G-P and Pigeon Forge all win big | High School

Seymour 6, Jefferson County 2The Eagles plated four runs in the first frame to stay perfect on the young season over the visiting Patriots.

Senior Adam Quincy went the full seven innings on the mound, allowing seven hits and two earned runs. He walked only one batter and struck out five.

Center fielder Luke Farragut went 3-4 at the plate, scoring two runs, while shortstop Seth Shaw went 2-3 with a run.

Third baseman Elijah Galyon plated two runs, while Cooper Douglass and Quincy both had a RBI.

Gatlinburg-Pittman 12, Northview Academy 7The Gatlinburg-Pittman offense was clicking on Tuesday night at home versus Northview Academy.

The Highlanders scored runs in each of the first five innings, highlighted by four runs each in the fourth and fifth innings.

Up only 4-3, the eight runs over the two innings stretched their lead to 12-3 going into the sixth.

The Cougars scored three runs in the seventh, but it was too little too late.

Christian Hoffman pitched six and a third inning for the Highlanders, giving up only six hits and three earned runs while striking out seven.

Connor Phinizy led the way going a perfect 5-5 at the plate for Gatlinburg-Pittman. He drove two runs and scored three times, while Tanner Phinizy went 3-5 scoring three runs as well.

Wyatt Smith led the way with four RBI on two hits.

For Northview Academy, Johnny Webster went 3-4.

Pigeon Forge 9, Carter 1The Tigers won their second over Carter in as many days at home on Tuesday.

Riley Franklin dominated on the bump in a complete game, striking out 10.

He allowed only three hits and one earned run.

Carson Catlett went 2-3 with a run, while Logan Johnson went yard, going 1-1 with three RBI, three runs and three walks.

Logan Johnson went yard with a home run going 1-1 at the plate. He was walked three times and also scored three runs along with three RBI.

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