Greeneville Baseball and Science Hill Girls’ Doubles Team Wins State Championship | WJHL
Murfreesboro, TN – Carson Quillen kicked a shutout to lead Greeneville past Upperman 1-0 on Friday. The throw was strong on both sides. Quillen struck out seven, while Eli Huddleston struck out seven.
Greeneville opened the scoring in the first inning, when Quillen pulled out, scoring a run. A bright spot for Upperman was a Tyler Jared single in the second inning.
Quillen picked up the win for Greeneville. The pitcher went seven innings, allowing zero runs on three hits, striking out seven and walking zero.
Just across the border, the Greeneville Greene Devils were seeking their 4th state championship, the last to come in 2019. Facing Valor College Prep, the team that eliminated them last season went on penalties on goal where Valor prep would win 4-3 for their first title in school history.
Green Hill won Friday’s game in dramatic fashion, with an 8-7 win over Daniel Boone. The game was tied at seven with Green Hill at bat in the bottom of the seventh when Avary Stockwell hit a solo homer.
Quesinberry took the loss for Daniel Boone. The Bulldog gave up two runs on six hits in four and a third innings, striking out one and walking one.
Daniel Boone had nine hits on the day. Bacon and Quesinberry all had multiple hits for Daniel Boone.
Congratulations Leah McBride and Josi Reid who won the state doubles championship for Science Hill 6-1, 6-3 over Murfreesboro Central’s Uma Sod and Helen Smith.
It was the send-off doubles title for Mcbride who teamed up with Allie Knox in 2021 to win the championship. Science Hill has had 3 girls’ side doubles champions in school history.