MJCA 5, Pearl-Cohn 0
NASHVILLE -- Mt. Juliet Christian Academy defeated Pearl-Cohn 5-0 Thursday at the Ted Rhodes Soccer Complex.
The Lady Saints led 3-0 at intermission and never looked back on goals from Marcella Gallione, Kinsley Barga and eighth grader Mallie Foutch.
Second half goals came from Aspen Lewis and Kortney Robbins.
Assists were credited to: Abigail Eastin, Gallione, Carly Keith, Nicole Froome and Mallie Foutch.
MJCA goalkeeper Abi Hildabrand recorded seven saves.
Hendersonville 7, Lebanon 1
LEBANON -- District 9-AAA power Hendersonville peppered Lebanon with 31 shots on goal in Thursday's 7-1 road win over the Lady Devils.
HHS led 5-0 at intermission.
Lebanon's only score came inside 13 minutes left in the game on a Danielle Redmond goal off an assist from Savanna Edwards.
MJ 3, Portland 0
PORTLAND -- Mt. Juliet improved to 17-2 on the season and 8-1 in District 9-AAA following Thursday's 3-0 win at Portland.
Game scores: 25-22, 26-24 and 25-19.
Hitter Tavie Bell led the attack with 23 kills and five blocks.
SaraGrace Wilson accounted for 23 digs while Amber Ehrhart recorded 29 assists.
The Lady Bears will compete in the "Back to The 'Boro" tournament this weekend at Siegel High.
Wilson Central 3, Lebanon 2
Wilson Central pulled out a 3-2 road win at Lebanon Thursday.
Game scores: 25-21, 17-25, 25-15, 23-25 and 15-10.
LHS dropped to 4-5 in District 9-AAA with the loss.
Friendship 3, BGA 0
Friendship Christian scored a 3-0 sweep over visiting Battle Ground Academy Thursday evening at the bay Family Sportsplex.
Game scores: 25-20, 25-23 and 25-21.
Alycia Long led the way with 11 kills and two blocks while Morgan Vallett posted 10 kills and five aces.
Bayley West finished with seven kills; Cameron Burton had 10 assists; Kendall Tipton five aces, four kills and two blocks.
Libby Nave recorded 12 digs and Madison Bryant has 10 assists.
Now 15-8 overall, the Lady Commanders play Friday and Saturday in the "Bison Bash" at Station Camp High.
Wilson Central sweeps Beech
GLADEVILLE -- Wilson Central enjoyed a record-breaking afternoon at Pine Creek Tuesday, Sept. 13, downing Beech 297 to 351.
Wildcat senior Blain Turner fired a seven-under 65 to break his own school record.
The team's 297 -- established a school record as well.
Reece Gaddes and Trey Melvin each shot 77; Preston Patterson had a 78; Luke Gray a 79 and Alec Harper 93.
The Lady Wildcats remained undefeated in District 9-AAA competition by defeating Beech 177 to 185.
Meryl Castle carded an 85; Kristen Fredericks 92 and Hannah Roberts 95.