Tullahoma saw the regular season conclude on a sour note, getting swept by Coffee County.
On Monday in Tullahoma, Coffee County limited the Lady Wildcats to just one hit, running away with a 13-0 victory. A day later in Manchester, Tullahoma was no-hit, as the Lady Raiders secured a 1-0 victory to conclude the regular season.
Zaylan Spinner was the lone Lady Wildcat to get a hit against Coffee County on Monday. That hit came on a two-out single in the bottom of the second inning.
Coffee County took advantage of the Lady Wildcats’ lack of offense, plating a pair of runs in the top of the first inning, before adding nine more scores in the second. The Lady Raiders tacked on two more scores in the third inning, sealing the run-rule victory.
Spinner got the start for Tullahoma in the circle, tossing two innings. Spinner allowed 11 runs, eight of which were earned, on 10 hits and a pair of walks, while striking out a batter.
Alazae Berry tossed the final two innings for TMS, giving up a pair of runs on three hits and a walk.
In Manchester on Tuesday, Coffee County plated a run in the top of the first inning, and that was all the Lady Raiders needed to secure the victory.
Katelyn Davis tossed the no-hitter for Coffee County. In five innings, she struck out 11 batters, while walking two and hitting another with a pitch.
Katy Bean got the start for Tullahoma in the circle. In four innings, she allowed an earned run, a hit and a walk, while striking out a batter.
Both teams are next scheduled to play in the Central Tennessee Conference Tournament, which begins this week. As of press time, a full bracket for that tournament had yet to be released.