Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

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May 9, 2012

CCHS shut out 8-0 in District 6AAA Tournament by Cookeville

CROSSVILLE — The Cumberland County High School Jet baseball team's season ended Monday night as they lost the second game of the best of two out of three District 6AAA Tournament series 8-0 to the Cookeville Cavaliers at Jet Park.

Senior John Bilbrey suffered the loss, allowing eight runs on four hits with nine stirkeouts and three walks in 6 2/3 innings, while Aaron Jones allowed one hit in 1/3 of an inning.

Bilbrey and Dylan Fehr had the only hits for the Jets off Cavalier starter John David Edgington, who struck out eight and walked two to pick up the victory.

Seth Deloach had two singles with two RBIs for the Cavaliers.

Bilbrey started out strong, striking out four of the first 10 hitters he faced, but allowed a two-out single to Deloach in the fourth and allowed two base runners in the fifth.

He walked the first two hitters in the sixth, and then allowed a two-run double to Deloach, who scored on a two-out single by Jeff Riedel for the 3-0 lead. Riedel was  later thrown out attempting to swipe third by Jet catcher Bobby Uebelacker.

Cookeville plated five unearned runs in the top of the seventh for the 8-0 win. Patrick Mills had a two-run single, and Ryan Eberle had a RBI single. CCHS had three errors in the inning.

After striking out Ross Davidson for the second out in the seventh, Bilbrey was replaced on the hill by Jones and left for center field to a standing ovation by the crowd, including the Cookeville fans and players.

Edgington retired the first four Jets he faced, but walked Tayler Houston and Cameron O'Rourke with one out in the second. Both advanced on a double steal, but Edgington fanned the next two hitters to end the inning.

Fehr led off the third with a single, but pinch runner Ethan Cunningham was picked off.

Edgington retired the next six Jets before hitting Aaron Jones with one out in the fifth.

Bilbrey doubled and stole third in the bottom of the sixth, but was stranded.

Cole VanHorn reached on an error in the seventh, but was erased in a game ending double play.

CCHS finished the season at 16-18 and shared third place in the district with Warren County at 4-4.

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