The game was delayed two days for rain, but the hurting came just the same as the nationally ranked Tullahoma High School Wildcats defeated the Coffee County Red Raiders 15-0 at their home opener at Powers Field.
Coffee County trailed from the first inning, when Tullahoma scored 8 runs and then shut down the Red Raiders in three at-bats.
Coffee County starting pitcher Kyle Douglas got the loss and was relieved in the first inning by Justen Cooper, who went the remainder of the game. Justus Sheffield, who pitched a two-hitter, got the win for Tullahoma.
Although Coffee County is considered a strong contender in District 6-AAA, Tullahoma is ranked among the top 25 teams in the nation in two national polls.
The Red Raiders are now 0-2 on the season in two non-district contests. On Thursday the Red Raiders travel to Smyrna, where they will take on Hendersonville in another non-district tilt.