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April 17, 2018

Pikeville, Ky. -- The Lady Dawgs battled the heat and played four games in 24 hours to finish runner up in the 16th annual Lyndel Potter Memorial tournament played at Pikeville high school over this past weekend.

Lawrence Co. is now 11-4 on the season.

#9 Amber Triplett scampers home from third base against Pike Co. Central.#9 Amber Triplett scampers home from third base against Pike Co. Central.

 

Lawrence Co. 13 Paris 3 (Friday night)

In the first game of pool play the Lady Bulldogs won a mercy shortened game as Amber Triplett had 3 hits, Ciana Bowen 2 hits, Keyarah Bowen, Abby Fletcher, Brittany Shapaka and Hali Caudill had 1 hit each.
Mackenzie Methax started in the circle and finished with 9 strikeouts.

 

Lawrence Co. 1 Pikeville 0 (Saturday morning)

In a battle of the top two teams in the 15th Region the Lady Dawgs won a very tight contest.

Ciana Bowen was outstanding in the circle with 7 strikeouts. Abby Fletcher and Halli Caudill had 1 hit each. Amber Triplett scored the only run of the game.


Lawrence Co. 8 Pike Co. Central 3 ( Saturday afternoon )

Halli Caudill had 3 hits, Ciana Bowen and Keyarah Bowen 2 hits each, Amber Triplett, Mackenzie Methax and Lillian Kinser 1 hit a piece. Methax picked up the win and struck out 3 Lady Hawks.


Dawgs shaking hands after another victory in Pikeville.Dawgs shaking hands after another victory in Pikeville.

Garrard Co. 14 Lawrence Co. 4 (Saturday night)


In the Championship game it was Lawrence Co. racing out to a 4-0 lead before Garrard Co. (12-2) clawed their way back for the victory.

Lawrence Co. will travel to Boyd Co. Tuesday and Prestonsburg on Thursday.

 

April 17, 2018

Louisa, Ky. -- Even though Lawrence Co. Tennis is under new direction this season the tradition of winning has continued with Cassandra Webb and Cindy Hay at the helm of the Boys and Girls programs respectively.

Both teams have racked up some impressive wins this year and will be in contention for a Region championship and should send some team members to Lexington for state competition.

LCHS Tennis Seniors

LC tennis boys seniors 2018 -- Blake Jordan, Daniel Cantrell, Brady HallLC tennis boys seniors 2018 -- Blake Jordan, Daniel Cantrell, Brady Hall


LCHS Girls Tennis Seniors

LC tennis senior girls 2018 -- Adysan Crum and Sierra JudeLC tennis senior girls 2018 -- Adysan Crum and Sierra Jude

LC tennis schedule 2018LC tennis schedule 2018


Bulldog Girls Tennis


LC tennis girls team 2018 -- Back L to R Sierra Jude, Adrian Webb, Kendal Sword, Eden Webb, Katelyn Pauley, Emily Webb, Jessalyn Osborn  Front L to R Susan Lin, Ashlyn Osborn, Sheree Hay, Faith Bradley, Maci Pollock, Teigen Maunz, Adysan CrumLC tennis girls team 2018 -- Back L to R Sierra Jude, Adrian Webb, Kendal Sword, Eden Webb, Katelyn Pauley, Emily Webb, Jessalyn Osborn Front L to R Susan Lin, Ashlyn Osborn, Sheree Hay, Faith Bradley, Maci Pollock, Teigen Maunz, Adysan Crum

 

Bulldog Boys Tennis


2018 LCHS Boys Tennis -- Back L to R Luke Johnson, Jimmy Cornett, Joey Moore, Blake Jordan, Brady Hall, Noah Fairchild, Lincoln Rose, Daniel Cantrell  Front L to R Cameron Perkins, Will Dillow, Trey Hall, SJ Lycans, Brock Kessinger2018 LCHS Boys Tennis -- Back L to R Luke Johnson, Jimmy Cornett, Joey Moore, Blake Jordan, Brady Hall, Noah Fairchild, Lincoln Rose, Daniel Cantrell Front L to R Cameron Perkins, Will Dillow, Trey Hall, SJ Lycans, Brock Kessinger

 

April 16, 2018

15-0 start best in school history, AD says

Louisa, Ky. --  In the bottom of the seventh with LC down 9-8, Austin Roe singled sharply to right field and Samual Collinsworth along with Peyton Cyrus scored as the Bulldogs won for the 14th consecutive time to start the 2018 season 10-9 over Letcher Co. Central Friday night at Randy Keeton field.

The Dawgs celebrate with #21 Austin Roe after his game winning hit Friday night at Home. The Dawgs celebrate with #21 Austin Roe after his game winning hit Friday night at Home.

The Dawgs trailed 7-1 after two innings before rallying with a five run fourth inning behind a solo home run from Cyrus and a three run bomb from Jarrett Fairchild who finished with 4 runs batted in.

Cyrus scored three times, Hunter Crum went 2-3 with an RBI, CJ Fairchild had 1 RBI, Jackson Feltner had 2 hits, Tyler Maynard and Brad Parks had 1 hit and scored once.

Maynard pitched three innings allowing no earned runs and picked up the win in relief of starter Feltner. Crum was outstanding in middle relief in two innings of work he also allowed zero earned runs.


On Saturday the Bulldogs traveled to Cannonsburg for a Doubleheader vs Boyd Co. and Cabell Midland, W. Va.


Lawrence Co. 11 Boyd Co. 5 (8 innings)


Peyton Cyrus pitched well in relief to pick up the win and also knocked in the eventual winning run with a single that started a six run rally in the top of the eighth inning to secure win number fifteen in a row for Lawrence Co. to start the season.

 

Peyton Cyrus with the single against Boyd Co. on Saturday. Peyton Cyrus with the single against Boyd Co. on Saturday.

Cyrus went 3-4 including a double, knocked in three and crossed the plate three times, Brad Parks had a huge two run double in the 8th finished with three hits and three RBIs, Austin Roe had a double, Tyler Maynard two hits and one RBI, Jarrett Fairchild a double and RBI, Jackson Feltner one hit and one RBI, CJ Fairchild scored twice and Bryce Blevins had a big hit in the 8th off the bench.


Cabell Midland 15 Lawrence Co. 4


The Knights ( 8-4 ) scored six runs in the fourth and fifth innings each to break open a 3-3 game as the Dawgs fell for the first time this season.

Lawrence Co. was playing for the third time within 20 hours.

Brad Parks went 2-2 with two RBIs and scored once, Austin Roe, Bryce Blevins and Jarrett Fairchild had one hit each. Peyton Cyrus scored two runs, Hunter Crum scored once.

The Dawgs will get some much needed rest and won’t play again until Thursday at home vs Lewis Co. and then travel to Huntington to play in a wooden bat tourney on Friday and Saturday.

Lawrence Co. Head Coach Travis Feltner

COACH'S COMMENTS

“... We won a wild one against Letcher Co. Central after falling behind early. We were fortunate to pull out the victory.”

“... Long day and weekend for us. Great win against a good Boyd Co. team. Cabell Midland is a solid club, but I wasn’t disappointed in them. Hated to take one like that but that first loss was coming sooner or later. I’m positive now that the 15-0 start would be best in school history.”

 

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