Carter Brown held Ligon & Bobo to one hit while getting one of nine hits for Legends Car Wash in a 6-2 Dixie Youth win in Lebanon Youth Baseball on Tuesday night at Baird Park.
Brady Chappell hit a two-run double for Legends while Preston Creswell cracked an RBI triple and Jordan Drennon an RBI double. Ian Shrock doubled as he, Brown, Jordan Cason, Justin Gay and Tyler Major singled.
Braden Taylor’s single was Ligon & Bobo’s only hit off Brown, who pitched the full five innings.
In other Dixie Youth action, Agee & Johnson beat Visionaries 19-2. Braxton Swann homered twice as he and Cade Ellis had three hits each for Agee & Johnson. Cole Cottrell also touched them all for the winners.
In the Little League at the Gallaher-Harding Complex, Lebanon Monument beat Farm Bureau 10-1 as winning pitcher Hayden Rigsby struck out 10.
Jake Jewell pitched a no-hitter with nine strikeouts and only one walk for Savik in 13-0 shutout of Level Ground Coffee. He and Nick Maggert hit inside-the-park home runs.
In the coach-pitch league, Farm Bureau beat Rose Tire 15-5, Advance Signs outscored O’Charleys 8-6, Dugdale Properties defeated ADC 12-2, WANT Radio thumped THW 17-7 and Lebanon Youth Football edged Chick-fil-a 13-12.
In Monday-night action from Lebanon Youth Baseball at Baird Park:
In the coach-pitch league, Construct-all beat Wilson Bank 11-4, WANT Radio rolled past Chick-fil-a 15-1 and Tressler & Associates topped The Hall Group 8-2.
In the Little League at the Kiwanis’ Gallaher-Harding Complex, Fakes & Hooker doubled up West Main Realty 4-2 as winning pitcher Brett Bowman struck out eight.
Rose Tire outscored Sports World 9-6 as winning pitcher Will Weir and loser Brody Hays each had two hits.
Wilson Post doubled up State Farm 6-3 as winning pitcher Drew Creswell struck out nine. Cody Hitt and Ian Fryer each finished with two hits for Wilson Post.
Shipper’s Collision stopped Cedarstone 8-2 as Hunter Williams, Kendal Bayse, Hunter Hicks and McKane Everett each had two hits for the winners.
In the Dixie Youth League on the Rotary fields, Sunset shut out Visionaries 16-0 as winning pitcher Evan Britt struck out six and had a pair of hits. Conner Smiley fanned three in relief as he and Jake Bush banged out two hits apiece. Mitchell Bare went 3-for-3, including a home run.