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PREP SOFTBALL -- WCHS 3, Lebanon 1

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Morgan Powell throws 3-hitter
LEBANON -- Wilson Central wrapped up the regular season Thursday night with a 3-1 victory at Lebanon High.

Morgan Powell threw a complete game three-hitter, allowing an unearned run in the seventh, striking out six.

Wilson Central (25-16, 9-1 in District 9-AAA) finished with 14 hits, but struggled with runners in scoring position. Brittany Wiseman paced the Lady Wildcat offense with three hits and an RBI. Karlie Odum and Kendall Eden finished with two hits each.

Sarah Aubuchon had a double and scored a run for Lebanon.

The Lady Devils, now 18-18 / 2-7, will travel to Rutherford County tonight to take on defending Class AAA state champion Smyrna High. First pitch is set for 6 p.m. The Lady Bulldogs are coached by LHS graduate and former Blue Devil football player Luke Sheppard.

Lebanon dropped a 4-3 loss to Hendersonville High April 22 at Drakes Creek Park. Down 3-0, LHS rallied to tie the score with a three-run effort in the top of the fifth, only to see Hendersonville answer with a run in the bottom of the frame.

Hannah Simmons had two of Lebanon’s four hits and drove in a run.

Monday, April 28, LHS will host Greenbrier for Senior Night.

Gordonsville 7, Friendship 4
SOUTH CARTHAGE -- Friendship Christian wrapped up the 2014 regular season Thursday with a 7-4 loss to Gordonsville at Crump Paris Park.

The Lady Commanders (24-11) will be in action Monday at Donelson Christian Academy in the East-Middle District 1-A post-season as they play at 3 p.m. Top-seeded FCS will play the winner of Sunday's 3 p.m. game between The King's Academy and Mt. Juliet Christian Academy.

Watertown 5, Trousdale Co. 2
WATERTOWN -- The Purple Tigerettes of Watertown High pounded out 10 hits and came away with a 5-2 win over District 8-A rival Trousdale County High Thursday at Crump Paris Park.

Shelby Hamlet and Bailey Griffin each had two hits for the winners. Tiffany Tomlinson earned the win with six innings of seven-hit ball. Brittany Pryor worked a scoreless seventh to record the save.

Watertown (9-10 overall) will be action this weekend, participating in a tournament being hosted by Dickson County High School. The Tigerettes are scheduled to open tournament play toay at 4:30 p.m. vs. Harpeth High.

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