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Baseball and softball teams drop contests, fall into loser’s bracket

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Scott Hoskins
Jaykub Roberts delivers a pitch to a Clarksville batter on May 4, 2023.

Both the Coyotes’ baseball and softball squads had the task of facing both top-seeded Clarksville High School teams in the Class 4A-District 13 Tournament last night. Both teams struggled with pitching, leading to 15-0 loss in baseball and 10-0 loss in softball.

Both teams fall into the loser’s bracket of the tournament. Baseball Coyotes (14-14) will face Northeast High (13-16), while softball Lady Coyotes will take on Springfield High. Both games are at Clarksville High.

Clarksville’s Jake Wyatt throttled the Coyotes’ offense, allowing just one hit over four innings. Andres Garcia took the mound for the visiting Coyotes. He struggled with control over his three innings, walking nine Wildcat batters, while surrendering six hits and 11 runs.

Nate Lucas, Floyd Dodwell, Leo Muniz and Braden Canaan all had hits for the Coyotes in the loss.


The Lady Coyotes surrendered seven runs in the first inning en route to their loss to the Lady Wildcats.

Clarksville pitcher Charis Nichols did not give up a hit until the 3rd inning, when Audrina Sanchez and Alisha Audate hit consecutive singles. The Lady Coyotes were able to put the ball into play, but solid defense by the home team kept the visitors off the base paths.

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