Citizens Bank gets past C-H

from staff reports

   Adam Colbaugh played the part of hero Saturday as Citizens Bank withdrew a 5-2 win in the final two innings from Cline Holder.
   Colbaugh, who got the win on the mound, and Hunter Peters both went 2-for-2 at the plate. Hits by Marcus Hill, Stephen Brickey and Chris Morton added to the circuit overload.
   Logan Andrews had the lone hit for Cline Holder.
   David's Autos 14
   Inland Paper 7
   A seven-run fifth inning blew open a close game for David's Auto.
   Brandon Taylor had two hits to pace David's while Jake Hubbard and winning pitcher Jordan Taylor had one hit apiece. Jordan Taylor also had three RBIs for David's.
   Samuel Parlier went a perfect 2-for-2 at the plate for Inland, who also got a multiple hit effort from Jared Reece. Britt Yelton had the other hit for Inland, with Brian Hamby credited with the loss.
   Elizabethton Federal 7
   Summers Taylor 2
   Elizabethton Federal had three-runs scored in the bottom of the first and the bottom of the fifth to take the win over Summers.
   Brett Price ripped off three hits to lead the way for Elizabethton. David McInturff, Beth Fair and Matthew Fair also collected hits for Federal with Matt Fair credited with two RBI's.
   Drew Shingleton picked up the win with the loss going to Billy Palmer. The loss overshadowed Dakota Waters' 4-for-4 day at the plate. Roger Bailey and Daniel Murray also got hits for Summers.
   TNC Lawn Care 4
   KFC 2
   Good pitching and rock solid defense helped TNC squeak out the win over KFC.
   The pitcher-catcher combo of Josh Peterson and Justin Pierce gave the necessary offense needed to get TNC over the hump. Peterson went 2-for-2 with Pierce 1-for-1.
   Losing pitcher Bruce Crumley picked up a hit for KFC, with Micah Cates also getting on base for KFC.