Corbin suffers first two-game losing skid 

Cody Philpot's Corbin Redhounds dropped two straight games for the first time this season after posting an 0-2 mark during Saturday's National Guard Tomahawk Classic. | Photo by Les Nicholson

RICHMOND — Corbin dropped two straight games for the first time this season after posting an 0-2 mark during Saturday’s National Guard Tomahawk Classic.

The Redhounds opened the classic with an 8-2 loss to Madison Central before falling to Louisville Male, 3-0.

Cody Philpot’s squad will be back in action today against Whitley County at home. The game is scheduled for a 6 p.m. start.

Game One

Madison Central 8, Corbin 2

Madison Central jumped on Corbin early with seven runs and never looked back during its 8-2 win over the Redhounds.

The Indians scored two runs in the second inning and added five more in the third inning to take a 7-0 lead.

Corbin answered with a two-run fifth inning, but couldn’t push across any more runs in the loss.

Noah Taylor and Peyton Addison drove in the Redhounds’ lone runs with each player finishing with a hit and an RBI apiece. Ben Phillips and Christian Gosselin also had hits for Corbin.

Game Two

Male 3, Corbin 0

A three-run third inning proved to be enough for Male during its 3-0 win over Corbin.

The Redhounds’ Nate Steely tossed a complete game, allowing nine hits and three earned runs, but Corbin’s bats didn’t produce at the plate.

The Redhounds finished the game with only two hits (Ben Phillips, and Jacob Gardner).

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