• Devilettes race past Gallatin

    By Andy Reed -

    Led by Anne Heidebrecht’s 15 points, four Devilettes scored in double figures Tuesday night as Lebanon raced past visiting Gallatin 60-27 at Campbell Brandon Gym/Hester Gibbs Court.

    Heidebreicht was on fire, hitting five three-pointers and taking a couple of charges as Lebanon improved to 12-6 for the season and 4-1 in District 9-AAA.

    Christaney Brookshire totaled 12 points in the post for Lebanon while Addie Porter sank 6 of 8 free throws on her way to 11 and Allissa Mulaski scored 10. Jakeshia James and Meioshe Mason each finished with four and Aaryn Grace Lester and Rebecca Brown two apiece.

    No one scored in double figures for the Lady Wave, who fell to 12-6, 1-4.

    Lebanon led 13-6 following the first quarter, 34-15 at halftime and 60-25 through three periods.

    A pregame moment of silence was held in memory of Brent Foster, Lebanon’s alltime winningest baseball coach who later served two elected terms as Wilson County Schools superintendent. Mr. Foster died last week and was laid to rest earlier Tuesday.

    Lebanon will travel to league-leading Beech on Friday for a 6:30 p.m. tipoff.

    Lady ‘Cats’ cool finish negates hot start

    GALLATIN — Following a fast start, Wilson Central had trouble scoring as host Station Camp came from behind to claim a 45-39 win Tuesday night.

    The Lady Wildcats roared to a 19-3 first-quarter lead. Station Camp closed the margin to 29-21 by halftime before holding Central to 10 second-half points. The Lady Bison used a 16-4 third period to take a 37-33 lead with eight minutes left.

    Sydnee Richetto racked up five three-pointers to lead the Lady Wildcats with 18 points. Nicole Brill bagged eight rebounds as she and Jasmin Angel each scored six points while Sydney Dalton and Aubree Starnes threw in a three apiece, Teoria Woods two and Miyaunna Cason a free throw.

    Wilson Central will return to Sumner County on Friday with a trip to Portland for a 6:30 p.m. tipoff. Station Camp will be at Mt. Juliet the same night for a 6 p.m. start.

    Watertown defeated by Livingston Academy

    WATERTOWN — Livingston Academy defeated Watertown 53-45 in District 8-AA action Tuesday night.

    The Lady Wildcats led 18-11 following the first quarter, 30-23 at halftime and 41-30 through three periods.

    Saranda Woodson fired in 15 points for Watertown while Ashlea Dickens tossed in 12, Emma Christensen eight, Delanney Hight six and Daejah Maklary four.

    Watertown will travel to Carthage on Friday for a 6 p.m. game at Smith County.

    Friendship falls at Goodpasture

    MADISON — A fast start helped send host Goodpasture past Friendship Christian 68-40 Tuesday night.

    The Lady Cougars led 25-5 following the first quarter and 36-15 at halftime.

    Hadleigh Wharton threw in 13 points for Goodpasture while Breanna Owens added 11 and Brooke Latham 10.

    Autumn Groves led the Lady Commanders with 10 points while Rachel Pippin and Savannah Craighead each scored seven, Brooke Jones and Logan Seagraves five apiece, Bayley West three, Anna Taylor two and Sydney McCormick a free throw.

    Friendship will travel to University School of Nashville at 6 p.m. Thursday before celebrating homecoming against Davidson Academy 24 hours later at the Bay Family Sportsplex. Homecoming festivities will tip off at 5:30.

    Lady Bears bounce back to beat Hendersonville

    MT. JULIET — Mt. Juliet bounced back from last Friday’s loss to Beech by hammering Hendersonville 64-28 Tuesday night.

    The Lady Bears led 14-9 following the first quarter, 39-16 at halftime and 55-23 through three as they improved to 14-3 for the season and 4-1 in District 9-AAA.

    Freshman forward Reghan Grimes led the Lady Bears with 18 points while junior center Emma Palmer flipped in 15 and guard Tondriannha Davis 11. Ryleigh Osborne sank three 3-pointers as she and Nevaeh Majors each notched nine points while Halle Jones had two.

    No one scored in double figures for Hendersonville.

    Mt. Juliet will play host to Station Camp at 6 p.m. Friday, 30 minutes earlier than normal so the boys’ game, set to be televised live on MyTV30, can tip off at 8.

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