Prep Roundup: Genoa Central dominates Centerpoint as Hayden Teer tosses no-hitter

Dragons pitcher Teer tosses no-hitter in 10-0 win

AMITY, Ark. -- Genoa Central scored early and often as it had its way against Centerpoint in a 10-0 romp on Monday.

The Dragons scored two in the first inning after Will Spears and Brayden Cobb executed tag-up plays. Cobb extended the lead in the third inning with an RBI double, scoring Gray Wallace, who had drawn a walk.

Camron Bush and Nick Wells ripped RBI-singles in the third inning, giving Genoa Central a 6-0 advantage.

After another single by Will Spears brought in another run and a sacrifice fly to later bring Easton Bright home, the Dragons got their last run when Braxton Robertson connected on a line-drive double to center field in the fifth inning.

Bush led the Dragons with three hits, and Cobb and Spears had two each.

Dragons pitcher Hayden Teer delivered a gem, securing the win on the mound. He had seven strikeouts, one walk, and a no-hitter to finish the game.

Genoa Central will be back in action on Friday when it welcomes Bismarck.


Spring Hill 5, Dierks 4

HOPE, Ark. -- After a hot start, Dierks slowed down and was forced to watch Spring Hill mount a comeback 5-4 victory on Monday.

The Outlaws started off with a bang, securing a 3-0 lead in the first inning. However, the game took a turn in the fourth and fifth innings when Spring Hill rallied, scoring four runs. Dierks managed to put a run on the board in the top of the fifth, but the Bears swiftly tied the game 4-4 in the bottom of the frame.

The winning run came in the sixth inning, sealing Spring Hill's victory.

Spring Hill's Zane Minton led his team with two hits. Carson Moore pitched six innings, fanning five, walking three, and allowing four runs -- no earned -- on just one hit.

Leadoff hitter Jordan Hill and Danny Deer, who got the start on the mound for the Outlaws, finished with one hit apiece in the loss. Deer also had an RBI along with infielder Kolton Gadbury.

On the hill, Deer struck out seven, walked four, and allowed four runs on five hits through five innings. Kaison Snider relieved Deer, allowing the winning run and absorbing the loss.

Dierks was scheduled to host Bismarck on Tuesday. Spring Hill was set to play Fouke at home.


Glen Rose 7, Fouke 3

FOUKE, Ark. -- Going into the final frame with the game 4-all, Glen Rose got its second wind and put four runs on the board to take down Fouke, 7-3, on Monday.

Fouke, which recorded only four hits in the game, had a double and a single by Joshua Scoggins and two hits from Jackson McMurray and Reese Bulkley.

McMurray had a solid pitching performance as well. He recorded nine strikeouts and allowed three of the seven runs on four hits for a no-decision. Bulkley came in to relieve him and allowed the other four runs on four hits to record the loss.

Glen Rose had eight hits on the day and committed four errors.

Fouke was slated to play Spring Hill on the road Tuesday.


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