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PREP SOFTBALL -- Wilson Central 7, Lebanon 2

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Caldwell wins both games of twin billMT. JULIET -- The Lady Saints of Mt. Juliet Christian Academy scored a doubleheader sweep of visiting Webb Thursday -- 11-3 in the opener and 7-1 in the nightcap.

Brianna Caldwell pitched both ends of the twin bill, throwing a three-hitter in the first game and and a four-hitter in the second. Caldwell helped her own cause with two homers in the 7-1 victory.

MJCA improved to 6-1 on the season and is scheduled to host Central Magnet from Murfreesboro Moday at 4 p.m.

Gordonsville 14, Watertown 3SOUTH CARTHAGE -- Visiting Watertown slipped to 5-3-1 overall and 1-1 in District 8A following Thursday's 143 loss to Gordonsville High at Crump Paris Park. GHS scored 11 runs in the bottom of the first to put the game out of reach early.

Jamie Reed was tagged with the loss, allowing eight earned runs. Reed had a two-run single for Watertown in the third inning while Leanna Warren had a pair of hits.

WHS will be busy this weekend, competing in a tournament in Dickson County. The Tigerettes will play Harpeth High and defending Class AAA state champ Beech in pool play Friday, then Waverly on Saturday before the elimination phase of the tournament starts.

MJ slips past Station CampGALLATIN -- Mt. Juliet committed four errors but managed to pull out a 5-2 victory Thursday over District 9AAA rival Station Camp. Ninth grader Savannah Sanders weathered the storm with a four-hit pitching performance for the Lady Bears.

Brittney Graves led the 10-hit Mt. Juliet attack with three hits and an RBI. Madison Taylor had two hits, including a seventh inning home run.

Mt. Juliet stands 10-1 overall / 2-0 in District 9AAA headed into play this weekend in the Riverdale Lady Warrior Southern Classic.

Coach Brad Rowlett's will be in action Friday at Blackman High, playing Hueytown, AL at 3 p.m. and East Hamilton (TN) at 7 p.m. with three more pool games Saturday at Oakland High -- vs. powerful Soddy-Daisy at 9 a.m.; host Oakland at 11 a.m. and Lincoln County at 5 p.m.

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