Central run-rules Station Camp in finale

From staff reports GALLATIN — Wilson Central closed its regular season Tuesday night with a 13-1 five-inning win at Station Camp. Ashley Eldridge singled and scored on Morgan Powell's single in the first inning. Five Lady Wildcats scored in the second inning. The first...
Apr 30, 2013
Brittany Petry  Photo: Dana Whited • Submitted

Friendship Christian's Brittany Petry takes a cut against Macon County

 

From staff reports

GALLATIN — Wilson Central closed its regular season Tuesday night with a 13-1 five-inning win at Station Camp.

Ashley Eldridge singled and scored on Morgan Powell's single in the first inning.

Five Lady Wildcats scored in the second inning. The first of Brittany Wiseman's three hits started the inning before she was forced out by Hailey Hubbell. A bunt by Kendall Eden and Kelsey Tomlin's infield single was followed by a bases-filling walk to Eldridge. Bennett ganged a two-run single up the middle and Lauren Stavinoga followed with her fifth homer of the season.

Wiseman singled to open the third and scooted to third on an error, from where she scored on Eden's sacrifice fly.

Central scored four more in the fourth and two in the fifth to run-rule the Lady Bison.

Bennett, Stavinoga, Powell and Tomlin joined Wiseman with multiple hits as every Central starter had at least one hit in a 15-hit parade.

Hannah Bodenhorn held the Lady Bison to five hits as she climbed to 11-8.

The Lady Wildcats were coming off a 3-2 home loss to visiting Hendersonville on Monday night.

Lady Commando freshman Carley Carlisle picked up the win and helped her cause with a two-run homer in the second inning. Hendersonville added an insurance score in the top of the seventh before the Lady Wildcats made it interesting in their final at-bat.

Hubbell singled in Wiseman to put Central on the board and made it to third on an error and an infield single by Tomlin. Tomlin stole second and leadoff batter Bennett was walked intentionally to load the bases.

A passed ball scored Hubbell and put the tying and winning runs in scoring position before Carlisle escaped the jam.

Bennett went 3-for-3, including a double. Hubbell had two hits as Central matched Hendersonville's six hits.

Powell slipped to 7-6 after striking out five batters in 5 1/3 innings.

Friendship shuts out Macon County

Courtney Petty and Kaity Woodall combined on a one-hit shutout of visiting Macon County on Tuesday as Friendship Christian prevailed 4-0.

Petty struck out four in two innings before Woodall worked five frames of one-hit ball as the Lady Commanders climbed to 17-11-2.

Woodall became the winning pitcher when Friendship broke a scoreless tie with three runs in the bottom of the fourth inning and added one in the sixth.

Brianna Stovall snapped the deadlock with a two-run  single and scored on Tana Whited's double. Stovall singled and scored on Brittany Petry's single in the sixth.

Petry picked up two singles and Jordan Burton one.

Friendship has picked up a home game with Portland for 4:30 p.m. today.

Tigerettes edged 1-0 in 10

HARTSVILLE — Watertown lost 1-0 in 10 innings at Trousdale County on Tuesday.

The Lady Jackets got the win on a single in the international tie breaker in which a runner was placed on second base to start the inning.

Tiffany Tomlinson tossed the complete game for the Tigerettes, who fell to 2-6 in District 8-A play and will play host to Red Boiling Springs at 5 p.m. Thursday at Three Forks Park in the opening game of the league tournament.

 

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