Lebanon Gold bests Lebanon Blue at sub-district

Staff Reports • Updated Jul 1, 2014 at 11:08 PM

GALLATIN – The Lebanon Gold 10-under Little League all-stars took out Lebanon Blue on Tuesday night, 24-3, in a sub-district tournament.

Jake Jewell tallied three hits for Lebanon Gold, including a triple. Hayden Rigsby, John Tomlinson, Brett Bowman and Luke Gill doubled for the Gold. Sam Parish had three singles and four RBIs, Denton Dobson two singles and Logan Sullivan one single.

Bryce Kelley, Jaylen Abston and Jackson Lea each had hits for the Blue.

Lebanon Gold (3-0) will face Gallatin (2-0) Wednesday night at 6 p.m. Lebanon Blue (1-2) will face Smith County Red at 8 p.m. Both games will be played in Gallatin. 

Lebanon Blue 8, Smith County Blue 3

The Lebanon Blue 10-under Little League all-stars picked up a much-needed win against Smith County Blue, 8-3, Monday night in a sub-district tournament. 

Lebanon Blue next faced Lebanon Gold (2-0) in a matchup Tuesday night. 

The Blue (1-1) went up 3-0 against Smith County after two innings and added four runs in the fourth, three of which came off a three-RBI triple by Bryce Fuller. Fuller also singled in the game. 

Smith County battled back to make it 7-3 at the midway point in the fifth, but Lebanon added another run in the bottom of the inning. 

Lea finished with three singles for the Blue. Kelley, Hunter Hicks, Brody Hays, Ian Fryer and Will Weir each singled. 

Kelley pitched 4 1/3 innings and recorded four strikeouts. 

Gallatin 14, Lebanon Blue 9

On Friday night, Lebanon scattered nine runs over the final four innings, but it wasn’t enough to get past host-team Gallatin as the Blue fell 14-9 in the opening round of sub-district play. 

Gallatin put up 10 runs in the first inning and added three more in the second. Lebanon got things going in the third to narrow the Gallatin lead to 13-5. The Blue added two more runs in the fourth to make the score 13-7. 

Kelley hit an RBI double in the fifth to make the score 14-8. In the sixth, Lebanon’s Abston hit a triple and eventually scored. 

Kelley, Abston, Lea and Weir each had two hits in the game. Connor Gannon and Fuller both singled. 

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