By: Tim Chambers
Tomahawk Sports Editor
Fridays frustrations after a loss to Cloudland was taken out on Happy Valley early Saturday morning at Unaka Elementary School. The Longhorns used a 12-run third inning to win the consolation game 13-1 in a five inning affair.
It topped off an outstanding 12-7 season for JCMS.
Head coach Greg Reece was happy about the way his squad finished the year.
As bad as we played on Friday we played totally the opposite on Saturday, said Reece. We were within a double play of ending the game after scoring 12 in the third. We beat Happy Valley four times this year. Thats a great season for us when you can do that.
The Junior High Horns appeared to be in a lull until the third inning. Thats when they broke the ice by putting up a dozen runs on the scoreboard.
Bella Miller and Britain Peele had a pair of base hits that brought home two runs. Lindsey Wills brought home one with a single as did Hannah Brooks who crushed a double.
Johnson County sent 18 batters to the plate before Happy Valley could escape the inning.
They would add one more in the fourth to account for its bakers dozen of runs.
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