Lookout Valley’s season ends in 7-4 loss to University High


CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) — Lookout Valley baseball has had a season for the record books. Wednesday, the Yellow Jackets beat CSAS for their first region title in the last nine years. Saturday, the house was packed as Lookout Valley battled University High for a spot in the Spring Fling.

The back-and-forth game saw two University High home runs, with the Bucs eventually coming out on top 7-4.

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The Yellow Jackets finish their season with a 26-8 record.

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