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PREP SOFTBALL -- W-Town wins big

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Kelsi Dickey had 3 hits Monday for FCS

Cold weather impacts local games
Tuesday's scheduled District 8-A softball game between Trousdale County and Watertown at Three Forks Park has been postponed. The game will now be played Thursday, April 24, 5 p.m. in Watertown.

Mt. Juliet High's District 9-AAA home game with Lebanon has been changed to Wednesday, April 9 at 5 p.m.

Friendship Christian's home game with Divison II rival Donelson Christian has been postponed and will be play Wednesday, March 26 at 4:30 p.m.

Watertown 16, Midde TN Christian 0
MURFREESBORO -- Watertown pounded out 10 hits and took advantage of five erros in Monday’s 16-0 win at Middle Tennessee Christian School.
    
Tiffany Tomlinson and Brittney Pryor combined to hold MTCS hitless over four innings. Tomlinson struck out three in her two innings while Pryor whiffed one in her two inning stint.
    
Leanna Warren paced the offense with three hits and two RBI. McKay Hill and Tomlinson each chipped in with two hits -- Hill drove in two runs.
    
The Tigerettes improved to 5-4 with a Thursday road trip to Red Boiling Springs next up on the schedule.

Wilson Central 2, Hendersonville 0
HENDERSONVILLE -- Wilson Central (9-7 overall / 1-0 in 9-AAA) pulled out a thrilling 2-0 victory over district rival Hendersonville High Monday at Drakes Creek Park.

Junior Hannah Bodenhorn (5-4) dominated the HHS lineup, allowing just one hit while striking out 13.

Morgan Powell's solo homer in the top of the sixth broke open a scoreless game. Central added an insurance run in the seventh as Claire Smith walked, moved to 2nd on a ground ball by Karlie Odum and scored on a single by Kayla Varner.

Wilson Central is scheduled to host District 9-AAA rival Mt. Juliet High Wednesday, March 26 at 5 p.m.

Friendship Christian 4, Upperman 1
LEBANON -- Friendship Christian made the most out of six hits in Monday’s 4-1 home win over Upperman.
    
Kelsi Dickey rapped out three hits as FCS scored two in the bottom of the first and tacked on two more in the bottom of the sixth.
    
Courtney Petty went the distance for the decision, striking out 10 and scattering eight hits.
    
The Lady Commanders stand 8-4 overall headed into a 5 p.m. game Thursday at Davidson Academy.

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