Kovacs Throws Shutout as Farragut Admirals Varsity Defeats William Blount

Owen Kovacs didn’t allow a single run as Farragut  defeated William Blount 2-0 on Wednesday. Kovacs allowed just three hits and struck out Cogburn to end the game.

Farragut  didn’t take the lead until late in the game. An error scored one run for Farragut..

One bright spot for William Blount was a single by Cogburn in the third inning.

Owen Kovacs earned the win for the Admirals. He went seven innings, surrendering zero runs, three hits, striking out seven, and walking one. Raines took the loss for William Blount. He threw four and two-thirds innings, surrendering two runs, four hits, and striking out seven.

Farragut  had seven hits in the game. Parker Noland, Jake Hagenow, and Jake Grooms each collected multiple hits for Farragut Admirals Varsity. Grooms, Hagenow, and Noland all had two hits to lead Farragut.

 

Throwback Games, Thursday, April 27 to Benefit Young-onset Parkinson’s Disease

Thursday, April 27, is the date for the annual Throwback Games at the Ballpark at Farragut.  Admiral Baseball will host a triple-header, with proceeds going to benefit the KiMe Fund, working for a cure for Young-onset Parkinsons Disease.  This is tomorrow’s schedule:

2:00 CAK vs. Gatlinburg-Pittman

4:30  Bearden vs. Oak Ridge

7:00  Farragut vs. Gibbs

The teams will wear old-style uniforms, we’ll play old big-band type music, and if I can make it work, I’ll wear my customary bow-tie!  Come out, support a good cause, some good baseball, and your Farragut Admirals!!

JV Ads put up 8 in bottom of 7th for 12-11 W over Bearden

 

Evans’s Walkoff Gives Farragut JV Victory Over Bearden JV

A walk-off single led Farragut JV past Bearden JV 12-11 on Tuesday. The game was tied at 11 with Farragut JV batting in the bottom of the seventh when Jake Evans singled off of Beach, driving in one run.

Farragut JV collected 11 hits and Bearden JV had 16 in the high-scoring affair

Bearden JV took an early lead in the first inning. Stubblefield‘s sac fly scored two runs for Bearden JV.

Bearden JV scored three runs in the fifth inning. Bearden JV’s big inning was driven by a double by Mosely and a error.

Brendan McLeod earned the win for Farragut JV. He threw one inning, giving up two runs, four hits, striking out one, and walking zero. Beach took the loss for Bearden JV. He pitched, giving up one run, three hits, and walking zero.

Owen Clark started the game for Farragut JV. He pitched one inning, surrendering three runs, three hits, striking out one, and walking one. Jenkins started the game for Bearden JV. He went three innings, allowing two runs, two hits, and striking out three.

Jake Evans, Alec Nussbaum, Tyler Petterson, and Gabe Hensley each collected multiple hits for Farragut JV. Hensley, Petterson, Nussbaum, and Evans each collected two hits to lead Farragut JV.

Schultz, Patrick Bole, Will Crowder, Mosely, and Elden each collected multiple hits for Bearden JV.1

 

Bearden takes out Farragut, 8-7, in ten innings

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Ads fall in a Tough Loss at Bearden

 

Farragut Admirals Varsity Falls in Back-And-Forth Affair Against Bearden

Even though Farragut and Bearden both had their opportunities, it was Bearden that eventually prevailed 8-7 on Monday.

Despite the loss, the Ads did collect six hits in the high-scoring affair. Unfortunately, Bearden had 12 hits on the way to victory.

After Farragut  scored three runs in the top of the third, Bearden answered with three of their own. Farragut scored when Jake Grooms singled off of Brandon Trammell, driving in one run, there was an error, scoring one run, and Ashton King singled off of Trammell, driving in one run. Bearden then answered when Trammell doubled off of Collin Grove, driving in one run and Keith Gabrielson singled off of Grove, driving in two runs.

Bearden knotted the game up at six in the bottom of the fifth inning. Jacob Balsley hit into a fielder’s choice, scoring one run.

Gabrielson earned the win for Bearden. He threw three innings, surrendering one run, zero hits, and striking out six. Landon Smiddy took the loss for Farragut Admirals Varsity. He pitched three innings, allowing two runs, two hits, and striking out six.

Grove started the game for Farragut Admirals Varsity. He pitched four innings, surrendering five runs, five hits, and striking out six. Trammell started the game for Bearden. He went three innings, allowing six runs, six hits, and striking out six.

Carson Wright, Grooms, King, and Zach Yunger each drove in one run to lead Farragut Admirals Varsity.

Trammell, David Beam, Gabrielson, and Clark Poynter each collected multiple hits for Bearden

 

Heritage Offense Flounders in loss to Farragut

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Patrick Raby moved to 6-3 on the season on Friday after posting the first complete game victory of his career against Georgia

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Ads Staff 1 hits Heritage for a 6-0 W

 

Jake Grooms and Brad Day Team Up for a One Hitter on Heritage.

Farragut  defeated Heritage 6-0 on Friday as two pitchers combined to throw a shutout.

Farragut grabbed an early lead. The Admirals  scored on a home run by Zach Yunger and a home run by Jake Hagenow in the first inning.

Farragut took an early lead in the first inning. With zero outs in the first inning Yunger drove in two runs when he homered.

One bright spot for Heritage was a single by Brandon Davis in the second inning.

Jake Grooms earned the win. He tossed six innings, surrendering zero runs, one hit, striking out three, and walking one. Blake Hughes took the loss for Heritage. He pitched seven innings, surrendering six runs, eight hits, and striking out one.

Farragut  had eight hits in the game. Yunger, Hagenow, and Carson Wright each collected multiple hits for Farragut.. Wright, Hagenow, and Yunger each managed two hits to lead the Ads.

Davis led Heritage with one hit in three at bats. Heritage was sure-handed and didn’t commit a single error. Kyle Valentine made the most plays with nine.

The Ads travel to Bearden Monday Night for another District Contest.  Get out to the stadium and support your Admiral Baseball Team.

 

 

JV Ads battle to 6-4 W over Maryville

 

Farragut JV Grabs Lead in Sixth Inning for Victory Over Maryville

Farragut JV took the lead late in the game in a 6-4 victory over Maryville on Wednesday. The game was tied at three with Farragut JV batting in the top of the sixth when Cooper Mashburn singled off of Will Myer, driving in two runs.

Maryville scored three runs in the fourth inning, but Farragut JV still managed to pull out the victory. The big inning for Maryville came thanks to a triple by Carter Harris and a groundout by Zane Duggan.

Farragut JV captured the lead in the first inning. Ryan Hagenow drove in one when he singled in the first inning.

Maryville evened things up at three in the bottom of the fourth inning. Duggan grounded out, scoring one run.

Maryville scored three runs in the fourth inning. Maryville’s big inning was driven by a triple by Harris and a groundout by Duggan.

Tyler Petterson earned the win for Farragut JV. He pitched three and a third innings, surrendering three runs, six hits, striking out three, and walking zero. Caylon Scholem threw one and two-thirds innings, as two relievers helped Farragut JV finish off the victory. Keito Muto recorded the last three outs to earn the save for Farragut JV. Michael Jones took the loss for Maryville. He went three and a third innings, giving up three runs, nine hits, and striking out three.

Farragut JV collected 12 hits. Carter Gillette, Cooper Mashburn, Alex Au, and Hagenow each collected multiple hits for Farragut JV. Gabe Hensley, Hagenow, and Mashburn each drove in two runs to lead Farragut JV. Farragut JV was sure-handed in the field and didn’t commit a single error. Mashburn had the most chances in the field with eight.

Maryville had seven hits in the game. Harris and Cole Grubbs each collected multiple hits for Maryville. Harris went 3-for-3 at the plate as he led the team with three runs batted in.

 

ADs Pink Out Maryville 9-1

The Ballpark at Farragut hosted Maryville in the  First annual Pink Out Night!! All survivors were invited to join the First Pitch ceremony, where Jackie Stryker (representing Maryviile High School), and Kathy Buckner (representing Farragut High School) will throw out first pitches!!  Proceeds and donations went  to benefit Susan G. Komen East Tennessee!! The voice of the Admirals Ralph Skinner’s wife Suzy is a survivor and Ralph is a very active leader in the community supporting and heading up many activities that support Susan G. Komen.  Good Night for the Voice of the Ads, he was able to support this vital cause while announcing the Ads on their way to 14 straight victories and going to 25-4 on the Season.

Farragut  grabbed an early lead on its way to a 9-1 victory over Maryville on Wednesday. The  Admirals  scored on a passed ball , an error, and a double by Carson Wright in the second inning.

The Ads secured the victory thanks to five runs in the sixth inning. Farragut’s big inning was driven by a triple by Carson Wright, a groundout by Jake Hagenow, and a error.

arragut Admirals Varsity scored five runs in the sixth inning. Farragut Admirals Varsity scored on a triple by Wright, a groundout by Hagenow, and a error.

Owen Kovacs earned the win for Farragut  He pitched seven innings, giving up one run, four hits, and striking out three. Bryce Carnes took the loss for Maryville. He tossed two innings, allowing three runs, four hits, striking out one, and walking one.

Wright went 2-for-4 at the plate to lead Farragut Admirals Varsity in hits.