Grenat Pitches Perfect Game As Tate Beats Escambia; Lady Aggies Win Again

April 6, 2013

Friday night, Tate High School’s J.T. Grenat pitched a perfect game  against the Gators of Escambia High School, and the Lady Aggies continued with a perfect district record.

The Aggies (15-9, 9-2) beat the Gators 3-0 in Cantonment as Grenat struck out five. Also for the Aggies, Rashan Johnson was 2-2 with a double and an RBI. Andrew Mack was 2-3 and Sawyer Smith with 1-3 with  a double.

The Tate Aggies will be away Tuesday at 7 p.m. against Pensacola High School.

SOFTBALL

In Tate softball action Friday, the Tate Lady Aggies continued their perfect district season by beating  Milton 7-5.

The Lady Aggies are now 19-3 on the season and an undefeated 14-0 in district play.

Rachel Dunsford and Brooke White had a double, two hits and an RBI each. Amy Waters was 2-3 with an RBI for Tate, while Heather Tomason was 2-4 with a couple of RBIs.

The Tate Lady Aggies Will host Niceville Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

Comments

One Response to “Grenat Pitches Perfect Game As Tate Beats Escambia; Lady Aggies Win Again”

  1. CANTONMENT MAFIA on April 6th, 2013 3:29 pm

    CONGRATS JT AND TATE GREAT GAME !!!!!!! PEAK AT THE RIGHT TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!





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