Chattanooga Lookouts Game Results At Mississippi Braves, Montgomery Biscuits

Lookouts Return Home Friday For Final Five Games Of The Season

Friday, August 24, 2018
The Lookouts return to AT&T Field Friday to play their final home games of the season.
The Lookouts return to AT&T Field Friday to play their final home games of the season.
- photo by Tim Evearitt

THE LOOKOUTS ON THE ROAD THRU TODAY (FRIDAY)

Results:  Lookouts won 4 and lost 6 games.

 

Tuesday, Aug. 14.       Loss  Mississippi 3  Chattanooga 1

Wednesday, Aug. 15.  Loss  Mississippi 3  Chattanooga 2 (10 Innings)

Thursday, Aug. 16       Win    Lookouts 10   Mississippi 1      Box

Friday.      Aug.17              Cancelled

Saturday, Aug. 18        Loss   Mississippi  1   Chattanoga  0  Box

     "           "       "      Loss   Mississippi  10  Chattanooga  7  Box

Sunday    Aug. 19        Loss   Montgomery  6  Chattanooga  2  Box

Monday   Aug. 20       Win     Chattanooga  6  Montgomery 2    Box

Tuesday  Aug. 21       Win     Chattanooga  5  Montgomey  2    Box

Wednes. Aug. 22       Loss    Montgomey  3   Chattanooga  2   Box

Thursday  Aug. 23     Win    Chattanooga  4   Montgomery  2    Box



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