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Taylor County keeps rolling with wins over Hart, Green

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Cardinals play Seneca, Thomas Nelson, Moore in General Classic in Bardstown on Monday, Tuesday, hosts Ohio County Friday

By Bobby Brockman

Taylor County High School improved its baseball won-loss ledger to 7-0 with a 5-1 home victory over Hart County on Wednesday and a 13-2, five-inning triumph at Green County on Thursday.
Jordan Nicholas picked up the complete-game victory vs. Hart County with four strike-outs, no walks while scattering four hits.
Justice Gregory and John Robert Wood had two-hit games for the Cardinals while Dalton Brown doubled and Tyler Frogge, Daniel Carney and Hunter McQueary singled.
Taylor County used a third-run third inning and six more in the fifth to run-rule Green County  on Thursday.
Brown got his third win of the season the mound and only allowed two unearned runs to the Dragons in the bottom of the fifth while fanning seven.
Noah Scott reached base four times with two hits and a walk and had three runs batted in for TCHS while Frogge, Wood and Brown had two RBI apiece.
Nicholas also had two hits for the Cardinals.

Taylor County triumphed in a pair home baseball games on Shaw Field on March 22.
The Cardinals started off in the morning with a 5-1 win over Cumberland County as sophomore left-hander Dalton Brown went the distance and allowed only five hits while striking out six.
TCHS got two-hit games from Tyler Frogge and Jordan Nicholas, the 1-2 batters in the order, while Noah Scott had the other safety.
Nicholas, Scott and Tyler Franklin had runs batted in for coach Jeff Gumm’s squad.
The Cardinals edged John Hardin 6-5 in the late afternoon tilt as the Gumm brothers (Greg coaches the Bulldogs) squared off.
Frogge went the first 5 2/3 innings for Taylor County with Scott recording the final four outs.
Brown paced the Cardinals with two hits and two RBI from the No. 9 spot in the order while Frogge, Nicholas, Daniel Carney, Justice Gregory, John Robert Wood and Scott had a hit apiece.