In Lebanon Youth Baseball action last Thursday and Friday at Baird Park:
Chick-fil-a outscored Farm Bureau 12-7 and Lebanon Youth Football edged The Hall Group 12-11 in coach-pitch play Thursday.
On Friday, Wilson Bank & Trust topped O’Charley’s 13-4 and First Tennessee Bank beat Advance Signs 12-2.
In Little League action at the Gallaher-Harding Complex on Thursday, Cross Style Church shut out Farm Bureau 2-0 as Ryan Becht struck out seven to pick up the win.
Rose Tire topped West Main Realty 6-1 as winning pitcher Emilio Jiminez struck out seven and Garner Creswell collected two hits.
On Friday, Shipper’s Collision edged Lebanon Monument 4-3 behind winning pitcher McKane Everett’s eight strikeouts and two hits.
Savik shut out Wilson Post 7-0 behind Jake Jewell’s complete game which included 11 strikeouts.
Fakes & Hooker handled Sports World 9-2 as John Tomlinson totaled three hits and winning pitcher Brett Bowman two. Bowman struck out eight.
State Farm shut out Level Ground Coffee 8-0 as winning pitcher Bryce Kelley struck out eight.
In Dixie Youth play Thursday, Wilson Bank & Trust blanked Liberty State Bank 12-0 as winning pitcher Mark McDearman and Cameron Sellars each had two hits.
Visionaries picked up their first win of the season 14-4 over Ligon & Bobo 14-4 as Samuel Henderson picked up the win.
On Friday, Sunset rolled past Ligon & Bobo 14-1 behind the pitching of Evan Britt and the two hits of Kameron Bond.
First Freedom beat Legend’s Car Wash 8-3, improving to 6-0 behind the pitching of Garrett Pope.
Painturo’s stopped Wilson County Motors 7-3 as Jayden Jobe homered and Will Poston posted a pair of hits to back the pitching of J.D. Usery.