Noah Haynie and Carson Carroll each delivered home runs as pat of a four-run second inning that helped Independence claim a 9-1 victory over Spring Hill in non-district baseball action Tuesday.
The victory pushed the Eagles’ record to 24-7 on the year, as they ready for the District 11-AAA tournament, while Spring Hill, which had its 46-game winning streak stopped last week by CPA, fell to 30-2 for the year, heading into the District 12-AA tournament, which opens on Thursday as the Raiders play Nolensville.
In other action from Tuesday, Centennial outslugged Montgomery Bell Academy, 12-8, as the Cougars evened their season record at 14-14.
Summit shut out Nolensville, 3-0, as the Spartans earned their 19th win of the season against 11 losses. The Knights dropped to 2-24.
Brentwood High edged Blackman, 4-2, in a battle of two of the area’s top programs. The Bruins are now 24-7 overall, while the Blaze dipped to 23-8.
Page improved to 10-19 overall as the Patriots slipped past Lawrence County, 7-6.
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