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Hubbuch finished 3-for-4 with two RBI. Jake Lefler had a two-run double; Malone Smith went 2-for-4 and Colten Morris added an RBI single.

Wilson Central improved to 16-9-1 overall and 8-1 in the district. Mt. Juliet slipped to 7-2 in the league with the loss.

See the video of Hubbuch's blast -

Station Camp 8, LHS 5 --LEBANON -- Station Camp scored three runs in the top of the first and held on for an 8-5 win over District 9AAA rival Lebanon Tuesday night at Brent Foster Field.

Lebanon (5-18) cut the margin to 3-2 in the bottom of the third, only to see the Bison score three more runs in the top of the fourth.

LHS starter Dillon Hulse scattered 12 hits over six innings, striking out five batters and hitting three. He allowed five earned runs.

Eddie McDaniels and Bryce Lester had two hits each for the Blue Devils. Jay Pittman, Jack Mckeon and Taylor Bryan each had RBI singles while Josh Hilliard and Connor Harris each added a single.

The two teams will hook-up again tonight at 7 p.m. in Gallatin.

Watertown 13, Jackson Co. 3 --WATERTOWN -- Ben Bain slugged a fourth inning grand slam Tuesday to lead Watertown past Jackson County 13-3 at Three Forks Park.

The Purple Tigers improved to 15-7-2 overall headed into a 4:30 p.m. Thursday game vs. Friendship Christian School at Cumberland's Stockton Field.

Dusty Meador drove in two runs with a double, while Justin Johnson, Robert Caruthers and Tanner Rowland each slugged doubles.

Rowland scattered four hits over four innings to get the pitching decision -- striking out three. Nolan Allison worked a one-hit fifth inning.

Friendship sweeps RBS --LEBANON -- Friendship Christian School swept a District 8A doubleheader from visiting Red Boiling Springs Tuesday by identical scores of 17-0.

The Commanders improved to 21-5 overall and a perfect 7-0 in District 8A headed into Thursday afternoon's scheduled game with Watertown at Cumberland University's Stockton Field.

FCS jumped to a 14-0 lead in the first inning of Tuesday's opener. Austin Godwin and Gunner Osborne each drove in four runs to back the pitching of Brennan Swindoll.

Osborne had three RBI in Tuesday's nightcap while Michael Hawks drove in two runs and was the pitcher of record, striking out four and allowing one hit over three innings.

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