Titans take wins

By Tim Hendershot sportsfan122774@yahoo.com
Posted 6/7/21

HUME - The Tri-County Titans baseball team was back at home Wednesday, May 26, hosting the Decatur LSA Lions in a Lincoln Prairie Conference matchup.

A massive third-inning surge allowed the …

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Titans take wins

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HUME - The Tri-County Titans baseball team was back at home Wednesday, May 26, hosting the Decatur LSA Lions in a Lincoln Prairie Conference matchup.

A massive third-inning surge allowed the Titans to blow the game wide open, taking a 12-4 win. Wednesday’s victory was the third straight win for Tri-County.

It was another powerhouse performance for the Titan batting corps. Tri-County earned an exceptional 14 hits. Armstrong and Gaige Cox led the way with three and two RBIs respectively. Sutton, Jakob Jones, Greg Reese, Carson Logan, Jackson Ehlers and Carter Phillips all pulled in a runner as well.

On the mound, Gaige Cox pitched four innings, taking the win with six hits, four earned runs and five strikeouts. Jack Armstrong threw the final three innings in relief, without a single hit. Armstrong had six strikeouts on the day.

 

TCT 11, Blue ridge 3

HUME -  The Tri-County Titans baseball team kicked off the final week of the regular season by hosting the Blue Ridge Knights at Shiloh High School Monday, May 24. The Tri-County bats came to life early and often as the Titans rolled to an 11-3 win.

Leading the Titans from home plate was Jakob Jones, who went two for four with four RBIs. Justin Robertson hit three for five, earning two RBIs. Armstrong and Reese pulled in two runners each.

On the mound, Carson Logan took the win, pitching four innings and striking out eight Blue Ridge batters.

Reese went three innings of relief, giving up one earned run while taking three strikeouts.


Titans 8, Broncos 0

BEMENT — The Tri-County Titans baseball squad trekked west Saturday, May 22, for a Lincoln Prairie Conference matchup against the Cerro Gordo-Bement Broncos.

A masterful performance by the Tri-County pitching staff led to an 8-0 shutout.

Those runs were more than enough to hold off the Broncos, thanks to some fine pitching by Jack Armstrong.

Armstrong took the win, shutting out the Broncos in five innings. In his time on the mound, Armstrong gave up just two hits while striking out an impressive 12 Cerro-Gordo batters.

Reese came on in relief for the final two innings, giving up one hit but striking out two batters. In total, the Titans pitching corps combined for 14 strikeouts, while only allowing three hit.

At the plate, Reese led the Titans with three RBIs. Sutton finished with two, while Armstrong and Logan pulled in one runner apiece.