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Results & highlights from April 12

Watertown High pounded out 12 hits in a 15-0 run-rule home win over Trousdale County Tuesday.
Amber Wright led the offensive attack with a 4-for-4 effort while Alicia House, Lauren Webster and Bailey Griffin had two RBI each.
House was the pitcher of record -- allowing two hits and striking out five.
WHS stand 7-7 overall; 3-1 in District 8-A headed into a Monday, April 18 home game with Cascade.

Watertown swept a District 8-A doubleheader at Red Boiling Springs Tuesday -- by scores of 18-3 and 11-4.
Kaanan Akins picked up the decision in the opener, working five innings and striking out five.
Brandon Allison and Jarred Bradshaw each had two hits and drove in two runs as the Tigers recorded 12 hits.
Tyler Vastola added two hits and Ty Love drove in two runs.
The nightcap found WHS riding stong performances from Seth Price and Micah Yamaguchi who had three hits apiece. Bradshaw drove in three runs.
Owen Queen started and picked up the decision with five innings of work.
Watertown's is scheduled to close out the week with home games Thursday against Clarkrange and Friday with Jackson County.
Both games are set for 6 p.m. starts.

Friendship Christian dropped to 10-9 overalll and 3-2 in the East-Middle 1A District following a 3-1 home loss Tuesday to Donelson Christian Academy.
Jackson Vance was tagged with the loss. The senior scattered 10 hits, struck out five and allowed two earned runs.
Friendship's only score came in the bottom of the first as Tarver Hayslip lifted a sacrifice fly.
FCS and DCA are scheduled to tangle Wednesday at 4:30 pm in Donelson.

Wilson Central pushed across the go-ahead run in the top of the seventh in Tuesday's 3-2 road win over Station Camp.
The Wildcats got another standout performance from Ryan Hill who scattered three hits in a complete game effort. Hill struck out three and did not walk a batter.
WCHS got RBI singles from Dawson Hamilton and Andrew Franklin.
Cullen Smith and Franklin each had two hits in the victory as Central moved to 5-0 in District 9-AAA and 10-9 on the season.
SCHS is scheduled to play the return game at Wilson Central tonight. First pitch at 7 pm.

Mt. Juliet Christian Academy improved to 9-8 on the season and 3-2 in the East-Middle 1A District following Tuesday's lopsided 18-0 home win over Hendersonville Christian.
The Saints play at HCA Wednesday in a 3:30 pm return game.
Caylor Bates threw a five-inning one-hitter, striking out 11.
Gavin Sellars paced MJCA's 16-hit attack with a 4-for-4 afternoon. The infielder drove in four runs.

The Lebanon High girls tennis team blanked Portland 9-0 Tuesday at the Boyd-Rushing Courts.
Winning matches for LHS were Katherine Daily, Morgan Harmon, Sidney Kurtz, Shea Holmes, Adyson Palmer, Margaret Daily and Samantha Barnes -- who won her first career match.

Lebanon's boys defeated Portland 8-1 Tuesday.
Winning matches for LHS John Kelley, Eli Teel, Giovanni Santos, Ben Brashear, Kaleb Jasper and Tyler Garvin.
Both the Lebanon boys and girls will be in action Wednesday, April 13 v. Station Camp at Vol State.

Host Portland scored eight runs in the bottom for the sixth inning and posted a 10-7 win over Lebanon Tuesday.
Sarah Aubuchon ripped a two-run homer in the loss while Brianna Nagelhout and Brianna Garza each had two hits.
With the loss, the Lady Devils slipped to 15-11-1 on the season headed into a 5 pm Wednesday home game with Brentwood.
Lebanon is scheduled to entertain District 9-AAA rival Beech Friday at 5 pm.

Mt. Juliet Christian Academy swept a Tuesday doubleheader from visiting Hendersonville Christian Academy 13-1 and 12-0.
Lady Saint pitcher Caitlyn Smith held HCA hitless in the opener while Sam Stilts did the same in the nightcap.
MJCA is scheduled to host Red Boiling Springs Thursday at 5:30 pm and Glencliff in a 4 pm doubleheader Friday.

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