Here are the results of the Trigg County Summer Slam baseball tournament
7-8 Year Old Pool Play Scores
Hanson 14 Lyon County 2
Crittenden County 13 Hopkinsville 9
Trigg County 11 Dawson Springs 0
Hopkinsville 10 Clarksville Northwest 6
Dawson Springs 12 Lyon County 2
Caldwell County 19 Hopkinsville 6
Trigg County 20 Hanson 12
Clarksville Northwest 10 Caldwell County 3
Trigg County 20 Lyon County 2
Crittenden County 19 Caldwell County 9
Hanson 14 Dawson Springs 3
Clarksville Northwest 17 Crittenden County 0
Trigg County 17 Hopkinsville 15
Dawson Springs 22 Crittenden County 13
Hanson 11 Caldwell County 9
Clarksville Northwest 18 Lyon County 1
Trigg County 18 Dawson Springs 10
Clarksville Northwest 16 Hanson 5
NW 19 Trigg County 18
9-10 Year Old Pool Play
Hopkins County 15 Todd County 6
Lyon County 9 Hanson 2
Christian County 7 Lyon County 6
Trigg County 7 Hopkins County
Trigg County opened play in the tournament with a 7-1 win over Hopkins County. Trevor Cortner, Darrin Brown, and Kirome Bingham each had two hits, while Tyler Ladd drove in a pair with a single. Cortner picked up the pitching win, allowing four hits in four innings. He struck out five and walked none.
McCracken County 5 Hanson 4
Christian County 14 McCracken County 12
Trigg County 17 Todd County 8
Every Trigg County player scored at least one run in a 17-8 win over Todd County. Jamarion Grubbs drove in four runs on a pair of hits, while Darrin Brown and Trevor Cortner each had two hits. Taylor Hamption added an RBI double. Brown got the pitching win, striking out three and allowing one hit in three innings.
Trigg County 14 Hopkins County 11
Trigg County broke open the game with an eight-run fourth inning. Trevor Cortner and Darrin Brown each had run-scoring doubles while Taylor Hampton drove in three runs. Trigg was helped by 14 Hopkins County walks. Wesley Choate picked up the win on the mound, striking out five and giving up four hits in three innings.
McCracken County 8 Lyon County 5
Christian County 16 Hanson 6
Trigg County 17 Todd County 9
Ashton Plymale drove in three runs, and Trevor Cortner added a two-run triple as Trigg County beat Todd County 17-9 to complete pool play action. Darrin Brown and Tyler Ladd each had two hits for Trigg, and Cortner struck out five in two innings to pick up the pitching win.
McCracken County 14 Todd County 4
Lyon County 9 Hopkins County 3
Trigg County 15 Hanson 14
Jamarion Grubbs lifted a sacrifice fly in the sixth inning to score the game-winning run as Trigg County opened tournament play with a 15-14 win over Hanson. Trigg led 8-2 after two innings, but Hanson rallied with seven runs in the fifth inning to take a 13-11 lead. Trigg scored twice in the fifth inning to tie the game on an RBI single by Jase Polley and an RBI groundout by Tyler Ladd. Trevor Cortner had four of Trigg's 15 hits, including a triple. Wesley Choate added three singles, and Jase Polley added an RBI triple.
Christian County 11 Lyon County 1
Trigg County 9 McCracken County 7
Trigg County got strong pitching from Wesley Choate and Trevor Cortner to beat McCracken County 9-7 in the semifinals. Cortner picked up the win, allowing two earned run in three innings. Choate got the save, fanning five over the final three innings. Kirome Bingham drove in four runs with two hits, while Jase Polley and Jamarion Grubbs each had two hits.
Christian County Cardinals 11 Trigg County 1
Christian County scored four runs in the first inning and four more in the third to beat Trigg County 11-1 to claim the championship. Trigg County managed just two hits in the game -- a double by Trevor Cortner and a single by Wesley Choate.
RECAP - Trigg County went 6-1 over three days and took second place in the Trigg County Summer Slam. Hitting leaders for Trigg County were: Trevor Cortner .785 Avg., 8 RBI, 13 runs; Jase Polley .727 Avg., 3 RBI, 6 runs; Kirome Bingham .538 Avg., 4 RBI, 9 runs; Darrin Brown .526 Avg., 3 RBI, 9 runs; Wesley Choate .450 Avg., 4 RBI, 12 runs; Jamarion Grubbs .438 Avg., 6 RBI, five runs; Ashton Plymale 6 RBIs. Trevor Cortner was 3-0 on the mound, striking out 14 and walking just one in 12 innings (2.50 ERA). Wesley Choate was 2-0 and had one save with 11 strikeouts in 7 innings.
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