Wilson Central storms back to overtake Lebanon 10-5

Mar. 30—GLADEVILLE — Wilson Central scored nine runs in the third and fourth innings Thursday night as the Lady Wildcats overtook visiting Lebanon 10-5.

Lebanon led 4-1 midway through the third inning before Central scored four times in the bottom of the inning. Cassidy Goddard doubled to lead off the inning. Reese Serbin, Ava Perry and Jordin Atkins singled. Perry drove in two runs and Atkins one with their hits.

Central chased Lebanon starting pitcher Laina Knight during a five-run fourth as Goddard, Perry, Jocelin Angula, Taylor Spears and Atkins singled. Atkins had two RBIs while Perry, Angulo and Spears each had one.

Lebanon took a 2-0 lead in the top of the first as Reagain Schmitz and Teagan Fetcho singled Aundrea Huddleston had an RBI groundout and Laina Knight a run-scoring double.

The Lady Wildcats cut the margin in half in the bottom of the inning when Mallory Lee doubled with two outs and scored on the first of Perry's three singles.

Lebanon went up 4-1 in the top of the third on two errors, singles by Aundrea Huddleston and Maci Hodge and a sacrifice fly by Alyssa Horne.

The Lady Devils scored their final run in the sixth when Hodge doubled with one out and scored as the Lady Wildcats committed a pair of errors.

Jordan Hawkins scattered eight Lebanon hits in seven innings for the win as the Lady Wildcats climbed to 5-6 for the season and 1-1 in District 7-4A.

Central had 14 hits off Knight and reliever Kenzie Jordan.

Goddard singled twice and Sophie Lannom once as they and Lee doubled for Central. Perry singled three times and Spears twice.

Hodge doubled as she, Schmitz and Huddleston each had two hits for Lebanon.

The Lady Devils will host Cookeville on Monday.

Ten runs in final two innings lift WatertownWOODBURY — Watertown fell behind in the third inning Thursday but rallied with 10 runs over the final two innings of a 13-6 triumph.

The Lionettes scored all six of their runs in the sixth to take a 6-2 lead. But the Lady Purple Tigers scored four runs in the sixth to go up 7-6 and put Cannon away with six in the seventh, finishing with 16 hits.

Alyssa Wood drove in three runs on two singles for Watertown while Kay McGuire, who pitched the final two innings for the save, hit a two-run homer. Harlie Phillips had three doubles and a single while Katie Brindley singled twice and doubled. Callie Buhler banged out two singles while Rachel Cromer and Abby Smith doubled.

Avery Taylor pitched the first five innings and was the beneficiary of Watertown's four-run sixth for the win. She allowed six runs on six hits. McGuire retired six of the seven batters she faced for the save.

Haymans slams, drives in six, holds Hendersonville to two hits in MJ 10-0 winMT. JULIET — Taylor Haymans drove in six runs on two hits Thursday to lift Mt. Juliet to a 10-0 triumph over Hendersonville at Mike Gwaltney Field.

After hitting RBI singles in the second and third innings, Haymans hammered a grand slam over the centerfield wall in the fourth.

Annalise Mecklenburg's solo shot to center in the first put the Lady Bears on the board. Annabella Brewer followed Haymans' RBI single with a three-run homer in the second.

In the circle, Haymans held Hendersonville to two hits and three walks while striking out nine in five innings.

Brookelyn Aldridge added two hits for the Lady Bears, who will welcome Oakland to Gwaltney Field next Wednesday for a 6 p.m. game.

Wilson, Friendship shut out DavidsonNASHVILLE — Izzy Wilson scattered six Davidson Academy hits Tuesday as Friendship Christian shut out the Lady Bears 5-0.

Wilson walked one and struck out one in a complete game.

Friendship scored twice in the second and seventh innings and once in the fifth, finishing with seven hits.

Claire Miller homered and drove in two runs as she finished with a pair of hits.