Harpeth and Cheatham faced off April 26 and April 27 to get the week started on the diamond, and the Indians came out on top in both contests.
Harpeth defeated Cheatham County 13-3 on April 26, as Ellis Hurt picked up four hits, and Max Sparkman, Blake Provo, Hayden Penrod and Luke Ealy all knocked in two runs apiece.
Hurt picked up the win on the mound. He went all five innings and struck out 11 Cubs in the process.
Cheatham County Central’s D.J. Edmondson, Cooper Owen and Dakota Adams all collected RBIs.
Harpeth won 8-2 on April 27, as Peyton Smith led the Indians with two RBIs. Smith and Dawson Capps each had two hits . Sparkman went the distance, striking out seven in as many innings for the Indians.
Cheatham’s Carter Pardue picked up both of the RBIs for the Cubs and struck out four in three innings of work on the mound.
Harpeth’s week continued with a 10-0 win over McGavock on April 29. The freshman Penrod allowed one hit in four innings of work on the mound, as Eason Sewell and Trey Gasser combined for one inning to finish off McGavock. Smith knocked in three runs, and Sparkman picked up two hits and scored three runs.
Harpeth was back in action with a trip to Perry County on Monday and then at East Robertson on Wednesday.
Cheatham County Central’s week didn’t get much better as the Cubs fell to Springfield 13-3 on April 29. Brady Pemberton picked up all three RBIs, along with two hits, and one of those was a home run.
On April 30, Cheatham County played a double header with White House-Heritage. White House-Heritage won both contests.
In the first game, White House-Heritage won 14-3. Pemberton and Brooks Gibson both picked up RBIs. White House-Heritage also picked up the second game 12-2. Pemberton, again, picked up an RBI, along with Ian Clayton.
Cheatham County Central was scheduled to get back to the diamond Monday to face East Robertson on the road and then play host to East Robertson on Tuesday.
Sycamore split last week with Westmoreland, as the War Eagles lost 5-3 on April 26 but came back April 27 with a 6-4 win.
John Hale, Jack Murray and Austin Williams all picked up RBIs in the first contest, as Williams struck out five and allowed one earned run in four innings of work.
On April 27, Sycamore took a three-run lead after the first and made it 5-0 by the end of the third. The War Eagles held off a late comeback attempt from Westmoreland. Noah Nieves and Riley Palmer each picked up an RBI, as Kenny Harris got the win. Harris pitched all seven innings, allowed one earned run and struck out four.
Sycamore’s week ended with a 19-11 loss to Lebanon on May 1. Nieves led Sycamore with four RBIs, as he and John Hale picked up three hits each.
Sycamore was slated to get back to the diamond Monday at Hendersonville before the district tournament.