GLADEVILLE — Wilson Central celebrated senior night Monday with a 9-1 win over visiting Station Camp in District 9-AAA softball.
The Lady Wildcats led 6-0 after two innings and 8-1 through three to help Hannah Bodenhorn to the two-infield-hit win with 14 strikeouts.
Kayla Varner led off the Lady Wildcat first with a double. A Brittany Wiseman single and Morgan Powell walk set up Kendall Eden’s bases-loaded free pass. Brooke Pfefferle squeezed home Keily Preston, who was running for Wiseman. Claire Smith singled home the inning’s final two scores.
Central scored twice in the second without a base hit leaving the infield. Varner walked and Wiseman reached on a bunt single. Powell laid down a sacrifice bunt before Varner scored on a passed ball. Katie Eakes’ sacrifice fly scored Preston.
Wiseman’s two-run double made it 8-1 in the third after singles by Karlie Odum and Kelsey Tomlin.
Smith singled with two out in the Central sixth and scored on Tomlin’s single.
Wiseman had three of Central’s 13 hits while Varner, Pfefferle, Smith and Tomlin each had two as the Lady Wildcats climbed to 24-15 for the season and 7-1 in district play.
Lady Wildcats finish second at Soddy-Daisy
HIXSON — Wilson Central finished second in the Soddy-Daisy Tournament over the weekend at Hixson.
The Lady Wildcats lost to host Soddy-Daisy 3-2 in the finals Saturday.
Earlier, Central blanked Bradley Central 8-0 and edged Sequatchie County 4-3.
On Friday, the Lady Wildcats shut out Chattanooga Arts & Sciences 3-0, edged Walker Valley 2-1 and got past Rhea County 4-3.
Hannah Bodenhorn took the loss against Soddy-Daisy, striking out five.
Central scored in the fifth and seventh innings. Kendall Eden doubled up the left-field alley in the seventh, went to third on Brook Pefferle’s single and scored on Clair Smith’s single to left, placing runners on second and third. But a popout and groundout to short ended the threat.
Keeley Preston reached on a one-out bunt single in the fifth, stole second, moved to third on Smith’s single. She scored on a double steal.
Bodenhorn struck out nine Sequatchie County batters in a five-inning semifinal.
Katie Eakes drove in two runs on three hits, including a double. Morgan Powell tripled and singled while Eden added an RBI double.
Powell punched out five in a five-inning shutout of Bradley Central.
Brittany Wiseman drove in three runs on two singles while Kayla Varner knocked in two runs on a single and three walks from the leadoff spot.
Powell fanned five against Rhea County.
Kendall Tomlin hit a two-run double off the center-field fence in the second inning. Rachel Pope opened the frame with a double to center. Savannah Tidwell singled and scored on Wiseman’s single in the fourth.
Bodenhorn picked up the five-inning win against Walker Valley, getting the runs she needed in the first and third frames, both of which were driven in by Eakes on singles.
Varner doubled and scored in the first. Wiseman singled and scored in the third and doubled in the fifth.
Powell struck out five against Arts & Sciences. Eakes singled in Preston and Wiseman in the third inning before doubling in the sixth and scoring on a balk in the sixth when the pitcher dropped the ball in the circle.
Trousdale tops Tigerettes 6-1
HARTSVILLE — Trousdale County broke a tie in the third inning and broke the game open in the fourth as the Lady Jackets pulled away from visiting Watertown 6-1 in District 8-A softball Monday.
The teams traded first-inning runs with Bailey Griffin opening the contest with a home run to power the Tigerettes to a 1-0 lead.
Trousdale tied the game in the bottom of the first, went in front 2-1 in the third and 5-1 in the fourth off Tiffany Tomlinson, who was charged with six runs [three earned] on eight hits in 4 1/3 innings. Brittany Pryor pitched the final 1 2/3 innings.
Lyndsey Hall scattered five Watertown hits and struck out nine.
Macey Hawkins and Hannah Brooke Ellis homered while Hannah Gregory homered twice for Trousdale.
Tomlinson had two hits for Watertown while Mallory Josey and Hailey Lasater had the Tigerettes’ other singles.
Watertown will celebrate senior day between games of today’s 5:30 p.m. doubleheader at Three Forks Park.