Red Boiling Springs High Opens Baseball Season with a Win
Red Boiling Springs High opened Baseball season with a win against Clay County on March 10, 2014. Coach Christopher Dziekiewicz led the team to a 4-2 victory. The Bulldogs beat Jackson County 7-5 on March 11th and lost the next two games to Jackson County 13-9 on March 13th and to Mount Juliet Christian Academy 4-14 on March 15th. This coming week, the team will play two home games at the High Street field: against Clinton High on Tuesday, March 18th and Westmoreland on Friday, March 21st and an away game against Community on Saturday March 22nd. The home games begin at 5:00 pm. Coach Dziekiewicz gave the following accounts of the first two games of the season.
03/10/14 Bulldogs survive Clay County 4-2 thanks to Dustin Bergdorff’s late-game heroics
On Monday, March 10, 2014, Red Boiling Springs High School Baseball Team played Clay County. The Bulldogs grabbed the early lead in the top of the first inning. Brince Crouch singled to ignite the Bulldogs’ offense. Nick Deckard doubled, allowing Crouch to score the Bulldogs’ first run. The Bulldogs posted one run in each of the fourth, sixth and seventh innings. In the fourth, they scored on an RBI double by Mason Hewitt, bringing Deckard to the plate. In the sixth, Dustin Bergdorff drove in the winning run, giving Red Boiling Springs High a 4-2 victory over Clay County. Nick Deckard went 2-3, drove in one run and scored two. He doubled in the first inning, singled in the sixth and stole second base. Brince Crouch pitched 2 2/3 innings and allowed no earned runs on one hit. Chance Asberry got the win for the Bulldogs. He allowed two runs over 4 1/3 innings, struck out two, walked four and gave up four hits.
03/11/14 Spencer Tuck stars as the Bulldogs defeat Jackson County 7-5
Tuesday was a great day for Spencer Tuck as he clubbed two home runs to carry the Bulldogs to a 7-5 victory over Jackson County in seven innings. Spencer helped the Bulldogs take the lead in the sixth inning. Dustin Bergdorff walked to get on base in the sixth, then went to second. The Bulldogs would not relinquish the lead as Jackson County was unable, despite its efforts, to weather a four-run seventh inning deficit. Logan Hewitt recorded the win for the Bulldogs. He allowed four runs over five innings. Logan struck out five, walked one and gave up eight hits. Mason Hewitt put away the final six outs to record the save. Nick Deckard, Dustin Bergdorff and Spencer Tuck combined for four hits and five RBI’s.