A game-winning two-base sacrifice. Not one normally in your everyday baseball vernacular, the rare play handed Dobyns-Bennett a 3-2 win over South-Doyle on Friday at J. Fred Johnson Stadium.
In a game that saw a total of eight hits and five runs, Dobyns-Bennett came away with a 3-2 win over South-Doyle on Friday in the Tribe Classic at J. Fred Johnson Stadium in Kingsport.
KINGSPORT — Dobyns-Bennett held somewhat comfortable leads at the midway point of the fifth inning against both Unicoi County and Sevier County Thursday on the opening day of the 2017 Spivey, King & Spivey Tribe Classic.
Tennessee High defeated Dobyns-Bennett 4-3 on Wednesday, snapping the Indians’ 26-game regular season conference winning streak that dated back to April 4, 2015.
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Cade Lane led the Gate City offense with two hits, two runs and three RBIs, and the Blue Devils went on to beat Ridgeview in Conference 40 play on Wednesday.
Colby Fields’ walk-off single went no farther than 60 feet, but it was far enough to plate Tennessee High pinch-runner Dayton Coleman with the winning run in the Vikings’ 4-3 conquest of Big 7-leading Dobyns-Bennett on Wednesday.
Dobyns-Bennett pitcher Matt Taylor was dominant Tuesday in a four-hit shutout of Daniel Boone at Clarence Mabe Field.
Sullivan South’s baseball team gained some ground Monday in what is shaping up as a very tight battle in the Three Rivers Conference standings.
The Dobyns-Bennett baseball team’s regular-season Big 7 Conference winning streak reached 25 games with Monday’s 8-2 win over Volunteer.
Matt Montgomery pitched a complete-game shutout and Sullivan South picked up an 8-0 Three Rivers victory over Sullivan East on Monday in Kingsport.
The Dobyns-Bennett baseball team beat Volunteer and the approaching rain for an 8-2 Big 7 Conference victory on Monday at J. Fred Johnson Stadium in Kingsport.
Will Leonard and Will Long combined for five hits, and the Pioneers topped the Rebels 7-6 in an entertaining eight-inning affair at Warren Miller Park.
Sullivan South paid a visit to David Crockett on Friday for a non-conference baseball matchup in Jonesborough. The Pioneers fought their way to a 7-6 victory over the Rebels.
Sullivan South used a five-run sixth inning to fight their way past Volunteer for a 9-5 non-conference victory over the Falcons (4-14) Thursday evening. The big shot for the Rebels (7-5) came in the form a three-run homer by Trey Fields.
After coughing up a three-run lead and trailing Volunteer 5-4 going to the bottom of the sixth, Sullivan South coach Anthony Richardson got something rarely seen from his young squad this season.