Sophomore, Blaine Woody didn’t allow a single run as Trion Baseball defeated Chattooga 14-0 on Monday. The game was played at Chattooga. Woody allowed just five hits, 0 walks, had four strikeouts and allowed no runs to be scored.
Trion jumped out to an early lead that propelled them to victory. The Bulldogs scored on a single by Jackson Bowers in the first inning in which he drove in two runs. Evan Walker had a triple in the second inning followed by a single by Ty Reynolds in the second inning.
The Bulldogs scored five more runs in the seventh inning on a single by Cole Phillips, a walk by Reynolds, and a triple by Tanner Railey.
A single by Dexter Brown in the first inning was a positive for Chattooga. Brown went 2-3 for the Indians.
Blaine Woody earned the win for the Bulldogs. He went seven innings, allowing zero runs, this was Woody’s second shutout of the season.
“I am very proud of how Blaine pitched, he has really stepped up this season and has become a true front line starter for our team,” commented Trion Head Coach Jason Lanham.
The Bulldogs are currently 14-5 and ranked 12th in the GHSA power rankings with less than two weeks to play in the regular season. The top 24 teams overall make state playoffs with the top 16 teams hosting in the first round, “we are working hard to secure a home playoff series come playoff time,” said Lanham.
Blaine is the son of Allison Lyons and Charlie Woody.