First Freedom defeated Sunset 4-1 and Wilson Bank & Trust beat Visionaries 16-2 in Dixie Youth League baseball Thursday night at Baird Park.
Garrett Pope homered over the fence for First Freedom. Johnathan Baker had two singles and John Ross Bryan one as each drove in a run. Bryce Miller and winning pitcher Kolby Gaines also singled.
Levi Sampson, Evan Britt and Sawyer Vaught singled for Sunset.
Drew Porter doubled and Cameron Sellars and Joseh Moore singled as each had a two-run single for Wilson Bank. Mark McDearman singled as he and Jared Campbell each cracked an RBI double. Grayson Brockman and winning pitcher Tyler Wiggins drove in a run apiece as they and Giovanni Caszrilla singled.
Chase Clemmons drove in a run as he and Jackson Green had the two singles off Wiggins, who struck out 10 in a four-inning complete game.
In Lebanon Youth Baseball action Monday and Tuesday at Baird Park:
Cross Style Church beat Chick-fil-a 11-6 and Tressler & Associates topped Rose Tire 3-1 in coach-pitch play.
In Little League action at the Gallaher-Harding Complex, Rose Tire rode key hits from Jordan Jackson and Garner Creswell to a 5-2 win over Cedarstone Bank.
Shipper’s Collision used a 16-hit attack, including three each from Sam Parish and Hunter Williams, to a 15-3 win over Wilson Post.
West Main Realty knocked off Cross Style Church 9-6 as winning pitcher Jackson Bone struck out seven and Chris Jacobs collected three hits.
Fakes & Hooker stopped State Farm 8-3 as winning pitcher John Tomlinson struck out eight and Jalen Clark collected two hits.
In Dixie Youth play, Wilson Bank & Trust beat Agee & Johnson 15-5 to improve to 5-1. Grayson Brockman, Sam Lewis and Joseph Moore each managed two of Wilson Bank’s 16 hits.
Spencer Source had two clutch hits for Wilson County Motors in a 5-2 win over ADC.
Braden Taylor had two hits to help Gage Vastola and Ligon & Bobo beat Liberty State Bank 11-7.
ADC scored twice in the bottom of the fifth inning to edge Legend’s Car Wash 5-4. Gavin Reasonover was the winner in relief while Brady Chappell took the loss despite 10 strikeouts.
In a rare Wednesday game, Visionaries edged Legend’s Car Wash 10-9 in the Dixie Youth League.