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Crockett and Boone baseball travel to spring tournaments

From STAFF REPORTS
Below is a weekly wrap-up of Daniel Boone and David Crockett High Schools’ baseball games.
On Monday, Science Hill’s baseball game against Daniel Boone was postponed to a later date.
On Tuesday, the Daniel Boone Trailblazers lost to Sullivan South 6-2. Boone’s Caleb Cochran was 2-for-3 with one RBI in the defeat.
The David Crockett Pioneers beat Tennessee High 9-4 in their Tuesday game.
The Pioneers scored six runs off five hits in the bottom of the sixth inning, ending the Vikings’ streak of 10 straight wins.
Aaron Blevins and Clinton Freeman both went 3-for-3 at the plate with three RBI.
Pitcher Chris Marti came away with the win, holding the Vikings to four runs, three earned, on six hits.
He had eight strikeouts and improved to 2-0.
Later in the week, from Thursday to Sunday, Crockett traveled to Murfreesboro, where they went 3-1 in the Warrior Spring Baseball Classic tournament.
In the tournament, they defeated Lavergne 9-5, and also beat Oakland 4-0. Crockett also inched out a victory against Henry County, 14-13, and took their only loss in the tournament in a 7-3 defeat by Dyer County.
Boone lost to Virginia High on Wednesday by a score of 11-1.
Boone also played in the Kevin Calia Invitational tournament from Thursday to Saturday in Oak Ridge, going up against Oak Ridge, Cocke County, and McCreary Central of Kentucky in their three tournament games.
This week, David Crockett hosts Science Hill at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, and Daniel Boone baseball travels to Volunteer for a 6 p.m. game.
Thursday, Crockett goes to Chuckey-Doak, and Friday, Daniel Boone goes to Unicoi County.
Currently, Daniel Boone stands at 1-3 in the Big Eight Conference and at 4-6 overall. They are in sixth place in the conference.
David Crockett stands at fourth out of the eight teams, being 3-1 in the conference and 8-2 overall.
Volunteer takes last place in the conference at 0-4, and 3-10 overall.
Tennessee High holds first place so far, at 4-1 in the conference and the 12-2 overall.