HARTSVILLE -- Amber Wright drilled a pair of home runs and drove in four runs Tuesday, April 11 as Watertown downed Trousdale County High 11-1 in District 8-A softball.
Jada Moss had a double and a single to account for three RBI while Bailey Griffin was perfect at the plate, going 4-for-4.
Alicia House started and struck out eight over four innings, allowing one hit.
Sydney Murrell worked the final two innings, scattering three hits.
On Monday, Watertown dropped a 4-3 decision at Gallatin High.
Wednesday, April 12 the Lady Tigers travel to Lafayette to play Macon County High in a 5 p.m. contest.
TKA sweeps Friendship
LEBANON -- Defending Division II-A state champion The King's Academy and Friendship battled in a slugfest Monday afternoon in the second game of a East-Middle District 1-A doubleheader.
The Lady Lions prevailed 14-10 as the two teams combined for 27 hits -- 14 for FCS.
Playing as the visitors on the scoreboard, the Lady Commanders jumped out 5-0 in the top of the first on a pair of RBI doubles from Bayley West and Riley Walker.
TKA answered with a run in the bottom of the first, then added two more in the second.
The Lady Commanders took an 8-3 lead in the fourth only to see The King's Academy score four in the bottom of the fourth, then added four more in the fifth.
Brooke Jones and Walker each finished with three hits and three RBI for FCS.
Annaliese Jarnigan added a pair of singles and two runs scored.
The King's Academy 10, Friendship 2
Monday's opener found The King's Academy rapping out seven hits and taking advantage of seven FCS errors in a 10-2 win.
TKA limited Friendship to just two hits, a single by Riley Walker and an RBI double off the bat of Brice Dabbs.
The Lady Lions blew open a 4-2 contest with six runs in the top of the seventh.
FCS (12-7 overall) is scheduled to host Hendersonville High Wednesday at 4 p.m.
Thursday at 4 p.m., the Lady Commanders will play at Mt. Juliet Christian Academy.
Creek Wood 4, Wilson Central 3
GLADEVILLE -- A late Wilson Central comeback try fell short Monday afternoon as Creek Wood High escaped with a 4-3 victory over the Lady Wildcats.
Brooke Pfefferle drove in a pair of runs for the Lady Wildcats while Alaina Morris scratched out two hits.
Kaylee Richetto went the distance and took the loss.
She struck out six and scattered seven hits.
WCHS, now 12-9-1 on the season, will play at Gallatin today at 4 p.m. and will host Portland Thursday at 4 p.m.
Both games are District 9-AAA contests.
Hendersonville 3, Lebanon 2
BRENTWOOD -- Lebanon stood 8-11-1 on the season following weekend play in the Chick-fil-A Classic at Williamson County's Crockett Park.
The Lady Devils dropped a tough 3-2 decision to Hendersonville High Saturday.
Brianna Nagelhout and Megan Jaselskis had a pair of hits each while Aaryn Grace Lester drove in a run.
Earlier Saturday, Lebanon scored an 11-3 victory over Battle Ground Academy as Brittany Harris drove in four runs on two hits.
Nagelhout had three hits and Jasekskis had two RBI on two hits.
Nagelhout picked up the pitching decision, striking out four and allowing four hits.
Lebanon is scheduled to host Gallatin Thursday in a 5 p.m. District 9-AAA game.
Cabell Midland 7, Mt. Juliet 2
CLARKSVILLE -- Mt. Juliet slipped to 9-8 on the season following a 7-2 loss to Cabell Midland out of Ona, WV in Saturday's elimination round of the TSCA Classic.
The Lady Bears gave up six runs in the bottom of the third inning and never recovered.
Molly Back and Tyffany Cargile each had two hits in the loss while Zoe Hayes drove in a pair of runs.
Alyssa Costley and Kaylee Critcher split the pitching duties for the Lady Bears.
Earlier Saturday, Mt. Juliet closed out pool play with a 5-2 loss to Zionsville (IN).
The Lady Bears will play at Beech today at 4 p.m., followed by a 4 p.m. Thursday contest at Station Camp.