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Raiders win three straight before falling to Cascade

Posted on Tuesday, April 12, 2016 at 4:12 pm

03-17-16 BBH MCHS Raiders LOGOLYNCHBURG, Tenn. — The Moore County High School baseball team lost to Cascade 12-2 on Friday, but still improved to 6-9 on the season last week with three straight wins. Victories came over Riverside Christian Academy, The Webb School and Cornersville.

Here’s a recap of recent action.

Cascade 12, MCHS 2

Cascade righty Hayden Edmondson was backed by a solid offensive effort and the Champions were able to claim a 12-2 win at Moore County on Friday evening.

Edmondson pitched four innings and claimed the win, allowing one hit, while striking out five.

Offensively, Cascade was led by the offensive efforts of Seth Gardner’s two-run homer in the first inning and was followed by Brady Parker’s solo shot.

After the four-spot in the top of the first, Cascade added three in the fourth inning, one in the fifth and four more in the sixth.

Moore County’s two runs came in the bottom of the sixth inning. The Raiders were limited to just three hits.

MCHS 2, Cornersville 1

The Raiders didn’t provide pitcher Tanner Womble with much support, but he didn’t need much. Womble pitched eight strong innings to carry Moore County to a 2-1 win over Cornersville in eight innings on Thursday at Cornersville.

Logan Burt helped Moore County take the lead for good in the eighth inning. After Clay Burnett was hit by a pitch, Burt singled, bringing home Burnett. Burt racked up two RBIs on two hits.

Cornersville pushed across its only run of the day on an RBI single in the fifth.

MCHS 9, Webb School 2

Moore County topped  The Webb School 9-2 in seven innings on Tuesday.

The Raiders scored three runs in the fifth on a bases-loaded walk and a two-run single by Cameron Pykiet.

Hunter Brown got on base three times in the game for Moore County. He scored one run and had one RBI. He singled in the first and third innings.

On the bump, Pykiet gave up just three hits, allowed one earned run, walked one and struck out four during his six innings of work.

The Raiders never trailed after scoring three runs in the first on an RBI double by Coy Cashion, a groundout by Dillon Taylor, and an RBI single by Brown.

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