Calhoun City wins Class 2A state baseball championship

May 18, 2019

Posted: May 18, 2019 9:52 PM
Updated: May 18, 2019 9:52 PM

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won state high school baseball titles. and this afternoon in pearl, one more area team was trying to join them. in the only game three in this year's state championships, calhoun city is trying to clinch the class 2a crown against taylorsville. josh miller looking to lead calhoun city to its first state title in baseball... top of the first.... clay miller rips a base-hit into centerfield... jackson lee scores, then hayden goodson scores, but not before making serious contact with the taylorsville catcher... goodson not happy with the collision, but thankfully cooler heads prevail. calhoun city blows this one open in the top of the fifth.... bases loaded for tashone corbitt... and he smashes a pitch to deep centerfield... three runs score on corbitt's bases-clearing triple... the wildcats score five in the frame.. calhoun city goes on to win, 14-4. the wildcats are the class 2a state baseball champions. that many times." josh miller: "that was our goal. we had shirts that said history because nobody had ever won the north half championship, made history. nobody had been here and i just kept telling them, we're not coming here, we got a shirt that said business trip cause we looked at it as if we've never been here, if we come here, we better take the opportunity and roll with it." tashone corbitt: "my mindset this morning when i woke up was focus; focus, focus, focus, focus, focus, focus. focus on the mission, focus on the mission, focus, focus, focus. that's what i said to myself this morning, literally, focus, i said it that many times." wes johnson won
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