Skip to content

TennesseeSportsNet

Live Sports Play By Play & Some News!

Football Helmut

Middle

BGA 21, Goodpasture 14
Brentwood Academy 42, Olive Branch, MS 14
CAK 26, Livingston Academy 7
Cane Ridge 39, Antioch 0
Cannon Co. 26, Community 22
Cascade 32, Moore Co. 12
Centennial 28, Franklin 24
Cheatham Co. 48, Jo Byrns 20
Clarksville Northeast 19, Sycamore 7
Clarksville Northwest 27, Hunters Lane 6
Clinton County, KY 57, Pickett Co. 26
Coffee Co. 49, Tullahoma 10
Collinwood 15, Shoals Christian, AL 8
Cookeville 48, Upperman 0
Creek Wood 30, Dickson Co. 26
Davidson Academy 37, Friendship Christian 29
DeKalb Co. 27, Warren Co. 7
East Nashville 21, Rossview 14
East Robertson 23, Houston Co. 20
Fairview 13, Page 10
Father Ryan 48, Hillwood 6
Fayetteville 21, FRA 3
Forrest 35, Huntland 0
Giles Co. 70, Columbia 28
Harpeth 21, Clarksville Academy 17
Hendersonville 31, McGavock 7
Hewitt-Trussville, AL 33, MBA 24
Hickman Co. 40, East Hickman 7
Independence 21, Brentwood 20
Jackson Co. 42, Clay Co. 6
Kenwood 18, West Creek 7
Lewis Co. 43, Eagleville 15
Macon Co. 34, Smith Co. 12
Marshall Co. 49, Franklin Co. 6
Montgomery Central 31, Stewart Co. 7
Mt. Juliet 26, Gallatin 6
Mt. Juliet Christian 20, Cornersville 17
MTCS 30, Ezell-Harding 15
Nashville Christian 47, Red Boiling Springs 6 *
Nashville Overton 41, Stewarts Creek 7
Oliver Springs 20, Cumberland Co. 0
Ravenwood 23, Siegel 19 (Thu)
Richland 50, Sale Creek 10
Riverside 47, Perry Co. 8
Shelbyville 41, Lawrence Co. 16
Smyrna 38, LaVergne 20
Spring Hill 25, Summit 20
Springfield 14, Greenbrier 0
Station Camp 34, Clarksville 0
Stone Memorial 27, York Institute 6 (Thu)
Stratford 19, Maplewood 0
Summertown 34, Loretto 20
Trinity, KY 14, Ensworth 7
Trousdale Co. 21, Westmoreland 0
Watertown 41, Gordonsville 15
Waverly 21, Camden 14
Wayne Co. 46, Mt. Pleasant 12
White Co. 35, Monterey 7
White House Heritage 14, White House 7
Whites Creek 30, Glencliff 12
Wilson Central 38, Beech 28
Pearl Cohn at Hillsboro (Sat)
Jackson Northside at Oakland (Sat)
Ooltewah vs. Riverdale (Sat)

 

West

Adamsville 35, Chester Co. 7
Arlington 49, Kirby 14
Bartlett 47, Sheffield 12
Bolivar Central 30, Fayette Ware 12 *
Bolton 34, Millington 13
Briarcrest 34, ECS 21
Brighton 42, MAHS 6
Christian Brothers 22, White Station 14
Collierville 45, St. Benedict 0
Cordova 27, Memphis East 13
Covington 13, Munford 6
Dresden 40, Westview 6 (Thu)
Dyersburg 63, MLK Prep 0
FACS 36, USJ 29
Gibson Co. 37, Zion Christian 13
Gleason 44, Fulton County, KY 0
Greenfield 40, Fulton City, KY 12
Halls 57, Lake Co. 20
Harding Academy 52, Wooddale 14
Hollow Rock-Bruceton 26, West Carroll 22
Humboldt 19, Fairley 6
Lausanne 54, Germantown 10
Liberty Magnet 20, Henry Co. 16
McKenzie 32, Dyer Co. 13
Memphis Middle College 15, Oakhaven 8
Memphis Overton 32, KIPP 0 (Thu)
Milan 56, Peabody 12
MUS 19, Memphis Central 13
Northpoint Christian 42, Ripley 7
Obion Co. 47, Jackson South Side 41
Pope John Paul 28, Melrose 22
Ridgeway 46, Houston 10
Rossville 50, Middleton 27
Scotts Hill 34, McNairy Central 14
South Gibson 27, Jackson Christian 23
St. George’s 49, Trinity Christian 28
Tupelo Christian, MS 35, Tipton-Rosemark 18
Union City 68, South Fulton 14 *
Craigmont at Douglass (Sat)
Hillcrest vs. Hamilton (Sat)
Booker T. Washington at Kingsbury (Sat)
KIPP at Trezevant (Sat)
Southwind at Westwood (Sat)
Mitchell at Whitehaven (Sat)

East

Alcoa 38, Knoxville Webb 13
Austin-East 26, Scott 0
Baylor 35, Rhea Co. 0
Bearden 59, Karns 7
Bradley Central 40, Walker Valley 28 (Thu)
Campbell Co. 48, Gibbs 14
Chattanooga Christian 37, Brainerd 27
Chattanooga Grace 65, Concord Christian 0
Cleveland 51, Sevier Co. 20
Coalfield 49, Copper Basin 14
Daniel Boone 26, Sullivan South 6 (Thu)
DCA 17, Howard 0
Dobyns Bennett 47, Tennessee High 0 (Thu)
East Hamilton 24, Signal Mountain 13
Farragut 55, Powell 6
Gatlinburg-Pittman 28, Pigeon Forge 24
Grainger 48, Union Co. 6
Greenback 32, Loudon 0
Greeneville 55, Anderson Co. 9
Hampton 46, Avery County, NC 12
Harriman 27, Kingston 13
Jefferson Co. 31, Knoxville Grace 14
Jellico 38, Hancock Co. 6
Knoxville Central 33, South Doyle 7
Knoxville Halls 27, Knoxville Carter 23
Knoxville West 17, Hardin Valley 10
Marion Co. 39, Hixson 3
Maryville 44, Heritage 6
McMinn Co. 41, McMinn Central 6
Meigs Co. 21, Sweetwater 7
North Greene 50, Unaka 8
Northview Academy 41, Cloudland 38
Notre Dame 30, Chattanooga Central 13
Oak Ridge 56, Clinton 21 (Thu) *
Oneida 38, Oakdale 12
Polk Co. 35, East Ridge 28
Red Bank 22, Soddy-Daisy 14
Rockwood 14, Midway 7 (Thu)
Sequatchie Co. 27, South Pittsburg 20
Sequoyah 59, Tellico Plains 19
Seymour 42, King’s Academy 27
Silverdale 47, Lookout Valley 0
Sullivan East 34, Johnson Co. 7 (Thu)
Sullivan North 41, Sullivan Central 0 (Thu)
Sunbright 24, Wartburg Central 19
Unicoi Co. 35, South Greene 0
Volunteer 42, Cocke Co. 38
Whitwell 35, Grundy Co. 12
William Blount 28, Lenoir City 3
Knoxville Fulton at Morristown East (Sat)
Knoxville Catholic at Morristown West (Sat)
Murray, KY at West Greene (Sat)

Board of Control voted to approve a Pitch Count Rule for the sport of baseball. It will go into effect this season.

The NFHS Baseball Rules Committee passed a policy which states that all state associations must develop its own pitching restriction policy based on the number of pitches thrown during a game to afford pitchers a required rest period between pitching appearances. The Board voted to approve the following Pitch Count regulations for the sport of baseball. GENERAL GUIDELINES: 1. Make sure properly warmed up prior to any throwing activity. Use proper equipment to aid in the warm up. (Surgical tubing, etc…) 2. Make sure a proper dynamic and static stretching plan is followed prior to throwing. 3. Educate pitchers on proper mechanics and techniques of throwing. 4. Monitor for signs of mechanical breakdown and fatigue. 5. Take immediate action if a pitcher complains of pain. 6. Consult a trainer/doctor/ trained coach upon completion of game pitching activity. 7. Put in place and follow a prescribed post pitching rehabilitation program. 8. Make every effort to avoid pitching a player in multiple games on the same day. GUIDELINES: 1. Cannot use the same pitcher three (3) days in a row regardless of number of pitches thrown. 2. If pitchers hit their END number, they are allowed to finish the batter in the box regardless of END number. 3. Highly recommended that a coach check with a coach on the opposing team between each half inning to make sure pitch counts are in congruent. ( the same ) 4. Home team would be final correct count. 5. Both teams would sign documentation pitch form at the end of each game. 6. The pitch count will apply to a player who pitches. JV pitch count and high school varsity pitch count would be linked together. Example – Pitcher A pitches Varsity on Monday 45 pitches, not allowed to pitch JV on Tuesday. 7. The pitch count applies to regular season and postseason.

A form tracking each pitch must be kept and signed by the opposing coach following each game.

 

 

2016-08-17 (2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

UPDATE: 8/7/16

One Bad Inning/Rowan Pitching Dooms Post 19!

Columbia Post 19 had their backs to the wall having lost the opener in the American Legion Southeast Regional, to stay alive they would have to beat that same team Rowan NC Saturday.

Trailing 2-0 Columbia took the lead in the bottom of the fourth 3-2, but that was all they could produce as the Rowan Post 342 pitchers kept Post 19 hitters in check and in the top of the fifth Rowan put the game away as they sent 12 batters to the plate scoring 7 runs taking a commanding lead 9-3 winning the game be the same score.  Tennessee had just three hits, while Rowan County pounded out 15.

Post 342 will play South Carolina, a team they beat in their 2nd game of the tournament 8-1. Rowan needs just one win to advance to the 2016 World Series. The game is Sunday at 4:30 est. for the championship.

 

 

Columbia Post 19 lives to play another game. Friday in an elimination game as Steven Armstrong hurled seven shutout innings in a 9-0 victory over West Virginia at the 2016 American Legion SE Regional being play in Asheboro, No Carolina. Tennessee (40-6) advances and will play Rowan County Saturday at 7:30 p.m.EST.

In Friday’s game against West Virginia Post 19’s Boone Sweeney 4-5 3R for Post 19 and Bryce Giles 3-6 2 RBI,  Konnor Ambrose 2-3.

Head Coach Scott Beasley told The Courier Tribune “We have the mentality of someone is going to go home every game and make sure it’s not you.” Steven Armstrong gave up just four hits with four walks and four strikeouts. “He was very good today,” Beasley said. “His big problem has been location and today he located well. Sixty percent of his pitches today were for strikes and that’s a good percentage.”

Post 19 now has a rematch with Rowan County Post 342 a team they lost to 8-2 in each teams opening game. Game time Saturday 6:30PM central time. You can listen online by going to wkxr.com.

Columbia Post 19 Wins Back-To-Back State Championship!

2016-Regional-SoutheastAfter a whale of a thriller Friday night which resulted in a 1-0 win over Pulaski Post 60 the Columbia Post 19 squad was rewarded the American Legion Sr. State Tournament Championship Saturday afternoon when Nashville Post 5 declared they were out of pitchers. Post 5 won a late nite battle with Nashville Post 82 14-13 and eliminated Pulaski Saturday in Post 60’s second walkoff loss in two days 6-5. Post 19’s Bryce Giles (Columbia State signee) named tournament MVP.

Columbia Post 19 will now focus on the American Legion Sr Southeast Regional being played at McCrary Park in Asheboro, North Carolina August 3rd-August 7th. Post 19 will play Game 3 TN Champ vs. NC Champ 4:30 p.m on Aug. 3rd.

TSN will have more info on teams and matchups when they become available…check back.

Post 19 Wins A Thriller In Friday’s American Legion State Tourney!

DSC02975

Friday’s Legion tournament served up probably the best matchup yet. Columbia Post 19 (1-0) and host Pulaski Post 60 (1-0) battled on the RedHawk diamond in a classic pitchers dual.

52-Zach King

52-Zach King

Vanderbilt signee Zach King a former Spring Hill Raider standout and Seth Shelby a Freed Hardeman

12-Seth Shelby

12-Seth Shelby

commit. These two pitchers kept their opponents off balance throughout their performance. Post 19’s King just allowing 2 hits and NO runs, while his counterpart Shelby giving up 4 hits and NO runs. This game came down to the bottom of the 9th inning. Post 19 reliever Steven Armstrong closing the door on Post 60 in the top of the ninth giving his team a chance for a walkoff win. In the bottom of the frame leadoff batter Brady Johnson reaches on walk. Jacob Curtis moves him to second with a sacrifice bunt. Pulaski reliever Brett Barbee hits Bryce Giles and Devin Symlar to load the bases. Next up was third baseman Taylor Gilbert.

21-Taylor Gilbert

21-Taylor Gilbert

In the end a Barbee breaking ball didn’t break hitting Gilbert allowing the winning run (Brady Johnson) to trot home for the walkoff win. Columbia (2-0) will now play in the championship game

18-Brady Johnson

18-Brady Johnson

Saturday at 6pm against either Pulaski Post 60, Nashville Post 5 or Nashville Post 82, each have one loss. ?Post 5 and Post 82 playing the late game Friday.

 

Thursday

3)Columbia Post 19 11 vs Nashville Post 5 5

4)Pulaski Post 60 12 vs Nashville Post 82 3

Friday

5)Gallatin Post 70 6 vs Post 5 8

6)Mt Juliet Post 231 7 vs Nashville Post 82 8

7) Columbia Post 19 1-0 over Pulaski Post 60

8) Winners in games 5 (Post 5) and 6 (Post 82) 9:00

Saturday

9) Pulaski Post 60 vs winner of Post 5/Post 82 game.1pm

10) Game 9 winner vs Columbia Post 19 6pm

 

 

 

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

The 2016 American Legion Sr State Tourney is in day 2 at Martin Methodist in Pulaski.?Changes were made last night to the bracket. Columbia Post 19 will play Nashville Post 5 in game one followed by Pulaski Post 60 & Nashville Post 82.

And in game one Thursday Columbia Post 19 faced undefeated Nashville Post 5. It was Columbia’s first game as they come into this years tournament defending champions and seeded number one. ?Post 19 trailed 1-0 as Nashville Post 5 loaded the bases and Patrick Lockridge flew out to right scoring Terron Smith.

11-Chris Short

11-Chris Short

It didn’t last long. In the Columbia Post 19 first they send 11 batters to the plate scoring six runs. The Post 5 pitcher Dayton Woods hit one batter and walked 3 which produced three-runs in the inning. Columbia scored six to take the lead 6-1. The

48-Tyrek White

48-Tyrek White

quick start was welcomed by Post 19 starting pitcher Chris Short. Short had an outstanding outing as he went 7 innings scattering 5 hits allowing 5 runs and fanned six. Four of Nashville’s runs came in the fifth inning. Three came on a bases loaded clearing double by Tyrek White cutting Post 19’s lead to 9-5.

Post 19 added a run in the sixth and seventh and?Dylan Horne retired the side in order in the eighth, striking out one batter. Colton Eastwood took to the hill in the ninth, striking out 2 while walking one. Columbia wins 11-5.

Columbia (1-0) will now advance to a Friday 5 PM contest with (1-0) Pulaski Post 60, a 12-3 winner over Nashville Post 82 Thursday nite in the late game.

Thursday

3)Columbia Post 19 11 vs Nashville Post 5 5

4)Pulaski Post 60 12 vs Nashville Post 82 3

Friday

5)Gallatin Post 70 6 vs Post 5 8

6)Mt Juliet Post 231 7 vs Nashville Post 82 8

7) Columbia Post 19 1-0 over Pulaski Post 60

8) Winners in games 5 (Post 5) and 6 (Post 82) 9:00

Saturday

9) Pulaski Post 60 vs winner of Post 5/Post 82 game.1pm

10) Game 9 winner vs Columbia Post 19 6pm