Carson Clark pitched a no-hitter to lead the Dodgers to a win on Tuesday in the Tri-City Little League.

Dodgers open Tri-City Little League season with two wins

The Dodgers opened the Tri-City Little League season with a pair of victories, 14-1 over the Royals on Monday and 10-0 over the Yankees on Tuesday.
Carson Clark pitched a no-hitter against the Yankees with 12 strikeouts and only one walk.
Clark also led the Dodgers at the plate with three singles. Tobey Lunsford singled twice. Elijah Creech had a double. Byron Shepherd, Seth Gilliam, Kyllian Jackson and Nathan Harrell added one single each. Gilliam drove in two runs while Creech, Clark, Shepherd, Barrett Baldwin and Harrell added one each.
Clark drove in five runs against the Royals with a triple and single. Dakota Smith had a double. Carson McBee, Gilliam, Jackson, Baldwin, Shepherd, Creech and Lunsford added one single each. Creech drove in two runs, while Gilliam, Shepherd and Lunsford each added one RBI.
Baldwin struck out three and allowed two hits. Jackson struck out four and allowed no hits.
Brayan Perez led the Royals’ offense with an inside-the-park homer. Colbie Clay had a single.
Bryson Boggs struck out two for the Royals. Brantley McQueen struck out one.


Green Dragons roll past Cumberland, Middlesboro

Harlan improved its record to 6-2 in middle school baseball action with a. 24-3 win Monday at Cumberland.
Eli Freyer pitched a two-hitter with three strikeouts and five walks to earn the win in the three-inning game.
Baylor Varner led the Harlan offense with two doubles. Jake Brewer and Chris Rouse added two singles each. Freyer, Luke Luttrell and Landon Myers contributed one single each.
The Dragons followed with a 13-3 win over visiting Middlesboro on Wednesday.
Brody Owens struck out six and walked six in three innings on the mound. Brewer fanned three and walked none in two innings.
Rouse led the Dragons on offense with two singles. Freyer and Owens had one single each.