TCYAA league tournaments underway
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(Above) Jaci English hit a two-run home run to help Hancock’s Market defeat Heritage Bank 14-11 in the Trigg County Youth Athletic Association’s 8-10 softball league championship Monday. (Below) Tyler Freeman delivers a pitch during Little River Vet Clinic’s 11-10 win Friday over Goodwin Funeral Home in the 11-12 baseball semifinals. Cortner’s Collision won the league championship Monday.</i>
submitted by Scott Brown

(Above) Jaci English hit a two-run home run to help Hancock’s Market defeat Heritage Bank 14-11 in the Trigg County Youth Athletic Association’s 8-10 softball league championship Monday. (Below) Tyler Freeman delivers a pitch during Little River Vet Clinic’s 11-10 win Friday over Goodwin Funeral Home in the 11-12 baseball semifinals. Cortner’s Collision won the league championship Monday.

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The Trigg County Youth Athletic Association’s baseball and softball league tournaments began last week.

11-12 Baseball

Little River Vet Clinic scored seven first inning runs and then held off Goodwin Funeral home late to nab an 11-10 win Friday in the semifinals.

Tyler Freeman had a three-run triple in the first inning and scored three runs, while Jude Hunter had three hits and scored four times. Freeman also picked up the win on the mound, striking out three batters.

Trey Carr had two hits and scored three runs for Goodwin Funeral Home, while Josh Hagan had a triple, and Darrin Goodwin and Ben Futrell both added doubles.

On Monday, Cortner’s Collision used a four-run fourth inning to hold off Little River Vet Clinic 8-6 and claim the 11-12 y/o title. The win capped off an unbeaten season for Cortner’s Collision.

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