Today is Saturday, August 19, 2017

PREP BASEBALL -- Mt. Juliet 3, Wilson Central 0

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Wilson Countys three Class AAA baseball programs will wrap up their respective District 9AAA schedules tonight as Mt. Juliet visits Wilson Central and Lebanon will entertain Station Camp for Senior Night. First pitch at both sites is set for 7 p.m.

Mt. Juliet 3, Wilson Central 0 --
MT. JULIET -- Vanderbilt signee Kyle Smith threw a three-hitter and catcher Zach Tompkins drove in two runs Tuesday night as Mt. Juliet defeated Wilson Central 3-0 in District 9AAA action.

The Golden Bears improved to 9-0 in the district / 27-4 overall while the Wildcats slid to 13-16 / 4-5. Tyle Williams took the loss for Wilson Central, scattering nine nits.

Mt. Juliet was coming off a 6-2 loss to No. 1-ranked Collierville in Saturday nights finals of the Soddy-Daisy Trojan Classic.

Wilson Central also participated in the Trojan Classic and wrapped up play Saturday with a 4-1 loss to Coffee County High.

Station Camp 2, Lebanon 0 --
GALLATIN -- Station Camp scratched out a pair of runs for starter Alan Lacey who did the rest in Tuesday night's 2-0 victory over Lebanon High in 9AAA baseball.

Senior lefty Antonio Logue was the tough-luck loser, scattering four hits and four walks while striking out seven in five and two-thirds innings of work.

Lacey limited LHS to just three singles and struck out 10 as the Blue Devils dropped to 3-16 overall / 1-8 in the district.

LHS picked up a 4-3 victory over Murfreesboro Central Magnet High at Veterans Field Saturday afternoon.

Friendship Christian 17, RBS 1 --
RED BOILING SPRINGS -- Friendship Christian made it 19 consecutive games in a row without a loss in Tuesday's 17-1 District 8A victory at Red Boiling Springs.

FCS (25-1 / 8-0) rode a two-hit pitching performance from Jacob Pruitte, who struck out six and walked just one batter. Drew Erie slugged a fourth inning grandslam homer and finished with five RBI. Austin Godwin and Caleb Snider each finished with three hits.

FCS will host Lebanon High Thursday in a 6:30 p.m. game.

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