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She was bunted to second by Jordan Burton, then moved to third on a single by Kaity Woodall. Whiteds singled to right to score Petty, then following Bri Stovalls strikeout, Petry ripped a double to center scoring both Woodall and Whited.

Petty picked up the pitching decision with five innings of work in relief of Woodall. Petty gave up four hits and one run while striking out four.

Whited led the FCS offense with a 2-for-3 day, driving in two runs and scoring once. Woodall also went 2-for-3 while Petty and Petry had the only other hits for the Lady Commanders.

Bethany Anderson started and went 5.1 innings for LHS, taking the loss. She scattered four hits, struck out six and allowed one earned run. Anderson also had two of Lebanons seven hits.

Lebanon, 10-7 overall, was coming off a 3-0 victory Friday, April 5 over District 9AAA rival Mt. Juliet High.

Lebanon 3, Mt. Juliet 0LEBANON -- The Lady Devils moved to 3-1 in District 9AAA with the 3-0 win while Mt. Juliet fell to 12-7 overall / 3-1 in the league. LHS pitchers Anderson and Beth Swartwout combined for a five-hit shutout.

Anderson started and threw five innings of one-hit ball with two walks and eight strikeouts. She was not involved in the decision.

Swartwout went the final two innings, scattering four hits, striking out one and was the pitcher of record when the Lady Devils erupted for three runs with two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Kearston Yahola drove in run with a line single, then Anderson plated two more runners with a booming double.

Savannah Sanders finished with two hits for Mt. Juliet. Lauren Woodard scattered eight hits and struck out two LHS batters in taking the loss.

MJ Christian 15, Lighthouse Christian 3MT. JULIET -- Ninth grader Caroline Scott threw a five-inning one-hitter Monday to lead Mt. Juliet Christians softball team to a 15-3 home win over Lighthouse Christian. cott struck out five and walked three. She helped her own cause with an inside the park home run.

Freshman Olivia Gonzales had a pair of triples while Morgan Adcock had a double and a single for the Lady Saints.

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