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PREP SOFTBALL -- Tuesday game reports

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Wilson Central 13, LHS 2 --
GLADEVILLE -- Wilson Central opened play in District 9-AAA Tuesday afternoon with a 13-2 home win over Lebanon High.

The Lady Wildcats pounded out 13 hits and climbed to 7-1 on the season.

Leadoff batter Claire Smith was three-for-three with three RBI and scored three runs while Rachel Pope drove in four runs and Katie Eakes two as each rapped out a pair of singles.

Pitcher Morgan Powell (4-0) started and got the decision, allowing two hits and striking out four in three innings. Hannah Bodenhorn pitched the final two frames and allowed two hits, with two K's.

Sara Aubuchon clubbed a solo homer for Lebanon in the top of the second inning. Brittany Nagelhout had two hits and Hannah Simmons one for LHS.

Anna Smallwood went the district for LHS (1-0) and took the loss.

Mt. Juliet 11, Gallatin 0
GALLATIN -- Savannah Sanders threw a two-hit shutout to lift Mt. Juliet High to an 11-0 win at District 9-AAA rival Gallatin High Tuesday night.

Sanders struck out 14 batters in the dominating performance as the Lady Bears opened district play in fine style.

Tyffany Cargile, Daleigh Thompson and Kristen Hammer had three hits apiece for MJHS as Cargile and Hammer each drove in two runs.

Mt. Juliet is scheduled to host Wilson Central Thursday at 5 p.m.

Gordonsville 10, Watertown 0
SOUTH CARTHAGE -- Shelby West threw a five-inning no-hitter leading Gordonsville to a 10-0 win over Watertown Tuesday afternoon at Crump Paris Park. West struck out six, hit two batters and walked one. Watertown struggled in the field, committing six errors.

Now 3-1 on the season, WHS is scheduled to take part in the Gordonsville Tournament Friday and Saturday at Cane Creek Park in Cookeville.

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