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SPRING SPORTS UPDATE --
SPRING SPORTS UPDATE --

Softball, baseball reports
Cold, damp conditions caused the cancellation of several scheduled season-opening games Monday involving Wilson County prep softball and baseball teams.
Friendship Christian's late afternoon encounter at home versus Father Ryan High was postponed with no make-up date set.
Lebanon High's season-opener against Hendersonville High at Drakes Creek Park was also put on hold, with no make-up date scheduled.

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BASEBALL -- Spring break at a glance
BASEBALL -- Spring break at a glance

Watertown opens in S. Alabama
The Watertown High baseball team kicks off its seven-day spring break with four games at the Gulf Shores Invitational in South Alabama March 13-15.
The Purple Tigers will open the week with Monday games against Bob Jones (Ala.) at 9 a.m. and East Limestone (Ala.) at 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday action features WHS squaring off against Bayside Academy in a 7 p.m. contest.
Watertown wraps up the week with a single game Wednesday morning against West Limestone (Ala.) at 9 a.m.

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BASEBALL - WCHS hosts Bears
BASEBALL - WCHS hosts Bears

9-AAA game moved to 5 pm
Fresh off Thursday's 13-2 road win over Warren County, Wilson Central will host Mt. Juliet 5 pm Friday in the Glade for the final meeting of their two-game district series. The contest was moved up two hours due to weather concerns.

The Wildcats moved to 19-11 with the victory as Andrew Franklin drove in two runs with three hits and Dawson Hamilton had three RBI on a double and a single.

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BASEBALL -- Thursday prep results
BASEBALL -- Thursday prep results
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BASEBALL -- Updated prep results
BASEBALL -- Updated prep results

Bears thump LaVergne Wednesday
UPDATE -- Mt. Juliet's baseball team is scheduled to host Smyrna High Saturday in the 2016 home-opener. First pitch is set for 6 p.m. This game was on the schedule for Friday, but has since been moved.

The Golden Bears improved to 6-2 on the season following Wednesday's 10-2 win at LaVergene.

Ethan Smith (2-0) worked three innings of one-hit relief the win, despite walking three.

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LOCAL BASEBALL - Tigers ink college deals
LOCAL BASEBALL - Tigers ink college deals

Jennings to CU, Caruthers to WSCC --
Two Watertown High baseball products will be playing at the college level this fall after signing scholarship papers last week.

Outfielder Cameron Jennings inked with Lebanon's Cumberland University Thursday, June 9 at the Dallas Floyd Recreation Center while corner infielder Robert Caruthers signed with Walters State Community College Friday, June 10 at WHS.

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PREP BASEBALL -- W-town visits JCHS Monday
PREP BASEBALL -- W-town visits JCHS Monday

Tigers fall to Goodpasture in 8-A finals
WATERTOWN -- Goodpasture rallied from a 2-0 hole to knock off Watertown 3-2 in Thursday's District 8-A tournament finals.

With the loss, Watertown will go on the road to Gainesboro for Monday's 6 p.m. Region 4-A semifinal vs. Jackson County

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8-A BASEBALL -- WHS tops Goodpasture
8-A BASEBALL -- WHS tops Goodpasture

Tigers pound out 14 hits
WATERTOWN -- Ringing the bats to the tune of 14 hits, Watertown advanced in the winner's bracket of the District 8-A baseball tournament Monday with a 5-1 victory over top-seeded Goodpasture.

The top three hitters in the Purple Tiger lineup, Seth Price, Colin Jennings and Cameron Jennings, accounted for eight hits and six RBI.

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FCS eliminates MJCA 6-2
FCS eliminates MJCA 6-2

Commanders move on in DII
LEBANON -- Friendship Christian scratched out three runs in the bottom of the second and went on to reord a 6-2 victory over Mt. Juliet Christian Academy Tuesday in a East-Middle District 1-A play-in game.

With the victory, the Commanders improved to 14-17 on the season and advance to a 4:30 p.m. home game Thursday against Knox Webb.

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Devils snap Wilson Central streak
Devils snap Wilson Central streak

Lebanon 4, WCHS 0
LEBANON -- Jackson Arnold threw a complete game three-hitter and struck out four as Lebanon High snapped Wilson Central's 10-game winning streak with a 4-0 victory Tuesday at Brent Foster Field.

Arnold, a senior, wanted the ball for the home game and according to LHS head coach Eric Vetetoe -- he delivered.

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Clutch hits lift Bears past LHS
Clutch hits lift Bears past LHS
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BASEBALL - MJ plays in Knoxville Thursday
BASEBALL - MJ plays in Knoxville Thursday

Mt. Juliet 9, Portland 5
NASHVILLE -- Tyler Overstreet scattered three hits and worked around four walks in four and one-third innings Monday evening to earn the decision as Mt. Juliet downed Portland High 9-3 at Vanderbilt's Hawkins Field.

With the win, Mt. Juliet improved to 9-5 on the season headed into a Thursday evening game vs. Bearden High in the Farragut Demarini Classic.

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BASEBALL -- Local prep results
BASEBALL -- Local prep results

Three teams play Wednesday night --
Three Wilson County baseball teams will be busy Wednesday as three squads will be in action -- only one at home.

Friendship Christian School is scheduled to host Eagleville High in a 6:30 p.m. contest.

Wilson Central will travel to Drakes Creek Park for a 7 p.m. game against District 9-AAA rival Hendersonville High while Mt. Juliet visits Shackle Island for a 7 p.m. encounter with 9-AAA foe Beech.

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BASEBALL -- WCIT scoreboard
BASEBALL -- WCIT scoreboard

Thursday, March 19 results

Lebanon 13, Page 0;
Mt. Juliet 10, White House 0;
Mt. Juliet 6, Summit 1;
Beech 11, Friendship 1.

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PREP BASEBALL -- Arnold shines for LHS
PREP BASEBALL -- Arnold shines for LHS

Blue Devils win two in Gatlinburg --
SEVIERVILLE -- Lebanon High's baseball team improved to 2-1 on the season after picking up a pair of wins Thursday in the Play for a Cure Tournament in Gatlinburg.

The Blue Devils defeated Alcoa 8-2 behind a strong pitching effort from lefty Zane Potter, then Jackson Arnold limited Sevier County to one earned run in a 5-2 victory over Sevier County late Thursday night.

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