In Lebanon Youth Baseball action Friday and Saturday at Baird Park:
In coach-pitch play Friday, WANT Radio tuned out O’Charley’s 9-5, First Tennessee Bank edged THW 13-12, Construct-All beat CrossStyle Church 10-3, Speck Electric won 11-3 over Lazarus Project, Advance Signs outscored Farm Bureau 13-11 and Lebanon Youth Football tackled Rose Tire 19-9.
In Saturday action, Level Ground Coffee defeated ADC 9-5, Lebanon Youth Football got past Farm Bureau 8-7, First Tennessee Bank beat The Hall Group 19-4 and Wilson Bank & Trust edged Chick-fil-a 9-8.
In Friday night Little League action at the Gallaher-Harding Complex, Shipper’s Collision beat Farm Bureau 6-2 as winning pitcher McKane Everett struck out eight. He and Kendal Bayse each banged out two hits.
Lebanon Monument shut out Level Ground Coffee 9-0 behind Hayden Rigsby’s one-hitter with nine strikeouts.
On Saturday, Wilson Post outscored Farm Bureau 8-6 as winning pitcher Ellie Kelly, Drew Creswell and Ian Fryer each finished with three hits.
Savik beat Rose Tire 3-1 behind Easton Forsythe’s one-hitter.
Level Ground Coffee doubled up CrossStyle Church 8-4 as Brice Jones and winning pitcher Jackson Painter each picked up a pair of hits.
In Dixie Youth action Friday and Saturday, Wilson Bank & Trust shut out Ligon & Bobo 18-0 as Mark McDearman and Luke Bradshaw combined to pitch a no-hitter. Tyler Wiggins and Trey Melvin had three hits apiece.
Sunset scored four times in the final inning to overtake previously-undefeated Painturo’s 5-4 as Evan Britt picked up the win in relief.
Agee & Johnson rolled past Legend’s Car Wash 10-4 behind Bryson Blackburn’s complete-game outing.
Wilson County Motors shut out Visionaries 15-0 as Skyler Templin homered and winning pitcher Carson Boles banged out a pair of hits.