Kiya Ferrell

CHS softball's Kiya Ferrell homered for the second game in a row Monday, April 22 against Franklin County. Ferrell finished the game with three hits.

Note: WMS tennis results have not yet been provided.

CHS softball blanks Franklin County

It didn't take long for Central High School softball to put the game away against Franklin County Monday, April 22. Keri Munn pitched lights out through all five innings to help secure an 11-0 shutout victory for the Lady Raiders. 

Munn allowed only two Lady Rebel hits through the evening and struck out six.

At the plate, a nine-run first inning put CHS in control early. After Kiya Ferrell scored on an error at third base, Haley Richardson doubled on a fly ball to center field. Sarah West and Alexcia Barnes both came home on the play to give the Lady Raiders a 3-0 lead.

The girls added another six runs through the rest of the inning, half of which came off a three-run home run from Ferrell. Two more came in the top of the third. 

CHS finished with 14 hits, led by Ferrell with three. 

CHS tennis defeats Columbia

Central High School tennis traveled to Columbia Monday, April 22, for the team's final regular season meeting. Both CHS teams returned home victorious, with both the Red Raiders and Lady Raiders winning 7-0.

In boys' singles, the Raiders picked up wins from Benedict Edinger (8-0), Jaden Talley (8-1), Jonah Rollman (8-0), Johnathon Welch (8-0) and Landon Booth (8-0). In doubles, the team of Edinger and Talley won 8-0. The team of Rollman and Welch also won 8-0.

On the girls' side, the Lady Raiders added singles victories from Lauren Perry (8-1), Natalie Elzeer (8-1), Wren Lawson (8-3), Emma Fulks (8-1) and Kylie Millaway (8-1). The doubles team of Elzeer and Lawson won their match 8-4. The team of Perry and Fulks also won 8-4.

WMS baseball's season comes to a close

Westwood Middle School baseball opened postseason play in Wartrace Monday, April 22, taking on Cascade. In a play-in game for the Duck River Valley Conference Tournament, the Rockets fell 13-3 to the Champions through 4.5 innings to close their season. 

Cascade opened up the game with an eight-run first inning to take control early. Jaiden Warren got Westwood on the board in the top of the fifth, with two more coming from Cayden Trail and Jayden Carter in the same inning to avoid a shutout.

The boys were held to to two hits, one each from Carter and Warren.

CMS soccer shuts down North Franklin

Coffee County Middle soccer traveled to Winchester Monday, April 22 for the team's final game of the regular season. The Red Raiders returned home with a 4-1 victory over the Rebels. 

Manny Gonzalez got the team on the board in the first half. The boys added three more in the second, two from Javier Rodriguez and one from Samuel Medina. Joseph Galindo assisted on one of Rodriguez's shots.

CMS golf takes off against Harris

Coffee County Middle golf was back at Willowbrook Monday, April 22, to take on Harris. CMS had a dominating performance, defeating Harris 11-1.

The team of Zach Tidwell and Austin Dockery won their matchup 2-1. Avery Hill and Kolby McCormick earned a 3-0 victory. Kira Jarrell and Liza Freeze also won 3-0. Maggie Crouch, Cadie Prater and Madison Winn won their match by forfeit to add another 3 flags. 

WMS golf falls to Liberty

Westwood Middle School golf faced off with Liberty Monday, April 22 at Willowbrook. WMS was unable to notch a flag in a 12-0 loss.

Westwood was divided into two pairings consisting of Araya Hughes and Marli Miller, as well as Lyndsey Paschall and Leah Kate Sullivan. Evan Michael Eidson went solo.