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Prep Softball, 4/23 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 23, 2013

From The Wilson Post

Lebanon High broke loose in the late innings for an 8-5 victory at Mt. Juliet Thursday in District 9AAA softball action.

With the game tied at 3-all after five innings, LHS hung a four-spot in the top of the sixth inning and added two insurance runs in the top of the seventh -- improving to 14-9 overall / 5-1 in the district.

Lebanon freshman Sarah Jones went 3-for-4 and scored two runs while Kearson Yahola was 2-for-4 with three RBI. Bethany Anderson and Megan Brown each had two hits for the winners. All told, the Lady Devils pounded out 13 hits against Mt. Juliet’s Lauren Woodard.

Anderson started for LHS and got the decision, working four innings and allowing just one earned run. She was relieved by Beth Swartwout who allowed two hits over three innings.

The Lady Bears fell to 17-10 overall, 4-3 in District 9AAA with the loss and will be back in action this weekend in Cookeville’s Duff Tournament -- as will Lebanon.

WC falls to Beech, beats 

Gallatin, 

Ravenwood

Central fell to defending district champ Beech Tuesday, 7-3. 

Central was led offensively by Morgan Powell and Rachel Tichenor, who each had two hits. Freshman Katie Eakes hit her first home run of her high school career. 

Beech 7 Central 3

C - 000 111 0 - 3 8 2

B - 131 020 X - 7 7 1

W: Ashley Graves. L: Hannah Bodenhorn (8-7). HR: B - Montgomery, Spicer. C - Katie Eakes.

Central bounced back Thursday with a 12-0 victory over Gallatin. 

Hannah Bodenhorn went the distance, striking out nine. Central pounded out 19 hits. 

Central got on the board in the first after Allie Bennett doubled and scored on a single by Lauren Stavinoga.  After Stavinoga stole second, Morgan Powell singled her in.  

The Lady Wildcats scored four more runs in the third inning, this time starting with Stavinoga’s single before she stole second and once again scored on a single by Powell.  Rachel Tichenor singled and both Powell and Tichenor were knocked in by Kendall Eden’s double to the fence.  Eden scored on a bunt by Brittany Wiseman.  

The Lady Wildcats were held scoreless until scoring three more runs in the sixth  and seventh innings.  Ashley Eldridge got the sixth inning started with a triple and scored on Stavinoga’s double down the line.  Kelsey Tomlin followed with an infield single before Tomlin and Stavinoga executed a double steal.  Tomlin later scored on Tichenor’s sacrifice fly. Wiseman started the scoring in the seventh inning with a single before courtesy runner Jordan Hatcher went to second on Keily Preston’s infield single. Both runners advanced on Bennett’s single to left field.  Stavinoga then got her 4th hit of the night, driving in Hatcher before Preston and Bennett each scored on a pass ball.  

Central 12 

Gallatin 0

C - 204 003 3 - 12 19 0

G - 000 000 0 - 0 3 1

W: Hannah Bodenhorn (9-7).

Wilson Central hosted Williamson County power Ravenwood Monday night and came away with a 4-1 win.  

Central wasted no time getting things going when they scored two runs in the first inning. Stavinoga got things going with a 2-out walk, followed by a walk by Powell.  Tichenor then doubled off the wall on an 0-2 pitch to drive in both Stavinoga and Powell.  

The score stayed 2-0 until Ravenwood scored a run in the top of the fourth inning, making the score 2-1 in Central’s favor.  

The Lady Wildcats were able to add two more runs in the bottom of the fifth when Bennett singled.  She was moved to second by Powell’s second walk of the game.  Then with two outs again, Tichenor drove in Bennett for her third RBI and a 3-1 lead. Eden followed that up with a single of her own, scoring pinch runner Preston from second base to secure a 4-1 lead.  Hailey Hubbell had the other of the five hits that Central managed against Susan Huddleston and Raygan Greer.

That proved to be all that Bodenhorn and the Central defense would need.  Bodenhorn scattered four hits in seven innings, giving up one unearned run while striking out eight batters.  

Central 4 Ravenwood 1 

R - 000 100 0 - 1 4 1

C - 200 020 x - 4 5 1 

W: Hannah Bodenhorn (10-7). L: Susan Huddleston

 
Prep Baseball, 4/16 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Mt. Juliet baseball picked up three wins last week. 

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Mt. Juliet beat Lebanon 7-0 and 10-0. 

Tuesday, Marshall Gei pitched a two hit shutout, striking out nine in the win. 

Robby Amity was 2-for-4 with a triple and two RBIs. 

Cody Carr was 1-for-2 with a two-run double in the second. 

Zack Ehrhart was 2-for-4. 

Mt. Juliet 7 Lebanon 0

L -  000 000 0 - 0 2 4

M - 122 200 x - 7 9  0

W - Marshall Gei (4-0)   L - Hulse.

On Wednesday, Campbell Scholl threw a five-inning three-hitter as the Bears run-ruled LHS 10-0 at Brent Foster Field.

Scholl recorded eight K’s and hit two batters as MJHS improved to 14-7 / 5-1.

Lebanon starter and loser Connor Harris deserved a better fate as a couple of two-out errors opened the floodgates for five unearned runs in the top of the first.

Chris Johnston paced a nine-hit Mt. Juliet attack, going 3-for-3 with three RBI on a single, a double and a triple.

Eli Mason went 2-for-2, with a double, drove in two runs and scored a run.

Eddie McDaniels, Bryce Lester and Grant Partlow had the only hits for Lebanon (5-10 overall, 2-3 in 9AAA).    

Josh Weaver struck out Cody Shelton with the tying run on base to preserve a 5-4 win for the Golden Bears Friday night at Brentwood High.

Austin Smith pitched six innings, striking out four to get the win.

Mt. Juliet scored two in the first and three in the fifth to take a 5-0 lead before the Bruins came back.

Hunter Gilbert went 2-for-3 with a double, two runs scored, and two stolen bases.

The Golden Bears improved to 15-7 overall with the victory and will entertain District 9AAA rival Station Camp Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Story first appeared in The Wilson Post

Franklin throws a no-no

Sophomore A.J. Franklin took care of Station Camp Tuesday, throwing a no-hitter and striking out 11 in the 3-0 win. 

Franklin only surrendered a lead-off walk in the fifth. 

Central got all of their runs in the fifth off the bats of Cullen Smith, Kyle Hubbuch and Reynolds Wehunt. 

Central  3 

Station Camp    0

C - 000 030 0 - 3 6 0

S - 000 000 0 - 0 0 1

W - A.J. Franklin. L -  Fudge

Central picked up another win over the Bison Wednesday, 7-3. 

Hubbuch got the win on the mound, going all seven innings and striking out two. 

Wehunt was 2-for-3 with three RBIs. Colten Morris was 2-for-3 with four RBIs. 

Central 7 

Station Camp 3

S - 200 000 1 - 3 6 3

C - 104 020 X - 7 10 0

W - Kyle Hubbuch. L - Haefele

Central picked up another win Friday over Portland, 6-2. 

Hubbuch was 4-for-4 with three doubles and four RBIs. Wehunt was 1-for-3 with two RBIs. 

Jake Lefler got the win on the mound, pitching all seven innings and striking out five.  

Central 6 Portland 2

P - 002 000 0  - 2 5 2

C - 300 021 x - 6 12 4

W: Jake Lefler (2-2). 

Two runs in the first was all the Wildcats needed in a 2-1 win over Giles County Saturday. 

Dalton McCorkle knocked in the deciding run in the first with a RBI single. 

Cody Haley got the win on the mound. 

WC 2  Giles Co.   1

G - 100 000 0 - 1 2 0

C - 200 000 X - 2 4 3

W - Cody Haley. L - Phifer. S - A.J. Franklin (1)

 
Prep Softball, 4/16 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 16, 2013

PORTLAND - Savanna Oliver belted a pair of homers Tuesday as Mt. Juliet High blasted District 9AAA rival Portland 17-2. Kelsie Craighead also ripped a homer in the win.

Mt. Juliet pounded out 16 hits, including two apiece from Lauren Payne, Ashton Stowe, Shelby Woodard, Craighead and Oliver. Lauren Woodard went the distance for the decision, scattering five hits and striking out seven.

From The Wilson Post

Central picks up wins

Hannah Bodenhorn pitched a shutout as Central came away with a 3-0 win over Gallatin Tuesday. 

Lauren Stavinoga blasted her third home run of the season. 

Central 3 Gallatin 0

G - 000 000 0 - 0 4 1

C - 000 012 X - 3 6 3

W - Hannah Bodenhorn (7-4). L - Tuesday Cline. HR - Stavinoga (3) 

Central played two games Friday night in the Franklin Sonic Showcase, winning one game after losing the opener.  Central lost to Ravenwood in extra innings 4-3 before beating Independence 1-0.

Morgan Powell, who was the starting pitcher, helped her cause at the plate by going 2-for-3 with two RBIs in the opener. However, the Lady Wildcats came up a run short. 

Ravenwood 4 

Central 3

R - 100 021 - 4 7 0

C - 002 010 - 3 6 4

W - R. Greer. L - Morgan Powell (4-4).

In the 2nd game, Bodenhorn gave an amazing effort on the mound, giving up two hits in six innings while striking out 15 batters.  

Central 1 

Independence 0

I - 000 000 - 0 2 0 

C - 000 01x - 1 6 0

WP - Hannah Bodenhorn (8-4).

Central picked up a 7-0 win over Friendship Christian Saturday. 

Morgan Powell was 3-for-3, four RBIs and two doubles. She also got the start on the mound and struck out seven over five innings. 

Katie Eakes was 1-for-3, two RBIs.

Kendall Eden was 1-for-3, RBI.

Central 7 

Friendship 0

F - 000 000 - 0 2 2 

C - 104 20x - 7 11 0

W - Morgan Powell (5-4). 

Central was then shut out by Dickson County, 2-0. 

Bodenhorn struck out seven over six innings.

Dickson County 2 Central 0

D - 200 000 - 2 3 0

C - 000 000 - 0 0 2

W - B. Lee. L - Hannah Bodenhorn (8-5)

Central bounced back by beating Arlington, 5-1. 

Stavinoga was 3-for-3 with a RBI. Brittany Wiseman was 1-for-2 with two RBIs.  

Central 5 

Arlington 1

C - 023 0 - 5 9 1

A - 001 0 - 1 1 3

W - Morgan Powell (6-4).

Central closed with a 3-1 loss to Richland. 

Stavinoga was 2-for-3 with a double and a RBI. 

Richland 3 Central 1

R - 000 003 - 3 3 1

C - 000 001 - 1 3 4

W - Edwards. L - Hannah Bodenhorn (8-6).

 
MJ League Standings 4/16 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 16, 2013

As of Sunday, April 14

Junior Baseball

Giants 6-0-0, 1.000, 67-36

Reds 4-2-0, .667, 46-44

Cubs 3-2-0, .600, 40-23

Padres 2-4-0, .333, 61-60

Red Sox 1-4-0, .200, 24-53

Dodgers 1-5-0, .167, 34-56

Minor 10 Baseball

Giants 6-1-0, .857, 61-25

Pirates 4-1-0, .800, 37-20

Padres 5-2-0, .714, 33-22

Red Sox 2-5-0, .286, 38-62

Dodgers 1-5-0, .167, 28-47

Rangers 1-5-0, .167, 26-47

Major Baseball

Pirates 4-1-0, .800, 44-27

Brewers 4-1-0, .800, 33-28

Tigers 5-2-0, .714, 65-52

White Sox 5-2-0, .714, 64-49

Cubs 4-2-0, .667, 54-21

Padres 4-3-0, .571, 35-25

Giants 4-3-0, .571, 57-37

Athletics 3-3-0, .500, 42-41

Diamondbacks 2-5-0, .286, 40-53

Rays 1-4-0, .200, 20-35

Rockies 1-6-0, .143, 32-94

Reds 1-6-0, .143, 27-51

Major Softball

Rockies 4-2-0, .667, 33-24

Blue Jays 4-2-0, .667, 27-13

Orioles 4-2-0, .667, 43-28

Athletics 2-2-0, .500, 25-16

Braves 0-6-0, .000, 23-70

Minor 9 Baseball

Padres 4-1-0, .800, 36-26

Reds 4-1-0, .800, 30-15

Diamondbacks 4-1-0, .800, 38-29

White Sox 4-2-0, .667, 40-32

Tigers 2-3-0, .400, 20-29

Giants 2-4-0, .333, 35-33

Cubs 1-5-0, .167, 32-52

Rays 1-5-0, .167, 28-43

Minor Softball

Cardinals 7-0-0, 1.000, 28-3

Marlins 4-2-0, .667, 31-21

Pirates 4-2-1, .643, 44-28

White Sox 3-2-1, .583, 33-30

Braves 4-3-0, .571, 33-39

Dodgers 2-4-0, .333, 23-25

Blue Jays 1-5-0, .167, 15-38

Diamondbacks 0-7-0, .000, 19-42

PW 6 Baseball

Pirates 6-1-0, .857, 83-35

Rangers 4-1-0, .800, 37-18

Astros 5-2-0, .714, 53-33

Brewers 4-2-0, .667, 67-53

White Sox 4-2-0, .667, 53-40

Red Sox 3-3-0, .500, 35-37

Padres 2-3-1, .417, 30-44

Cubs 2-4-1, .357, 26-49

Athletics 2-5-0, .286, 53-64

Giants 2-5-0, .286, 27-34

Reds 2-5-0, .286, 27-57

Dodgers 1-4-0, .200, 11-38

PW 7 Baseball

Reds 4-0-0, 1.000, 52-20

Cubs 5-1-0, .833, 93-65

Padres 3-1-0, .750, 51-47

Red Sox 4-2-0, .667, 92-66

Rangers 3-2-0, .600, 55-45

Athletics 4-3-0, .571, 74-64

Giants 3-3-0, .500, 75-61

Brewers 3-3-0, .500, 56-64

Pirates 2-4-0, .333, 66-92

White Sox 1-4-0, .200, 40-63

Tigers 1-5-0, .167, 43-80

Astros 0-5-0, .000, 30-60

PW 8 Baseball

Diamondbacks 7-0-0, 1.000, 78-36

Cubs 5-2-0, .714, 76-65

Tigers 4-3-0, .571, 72-70

Dodgers 4-3-0, .571, 95-70

Brewers 3-3-0, .500, 79-76

Pirates 3-3-0, .500, 50-57

Athletics 2-4-0, .333, 51-72

White Sox 2-5-0, .286, 71-99

Padres 2-5-0, .286, 60-79

Reds 1-5-0, .167, 68-76

PW Softball

Phillies, 5-1-0, .833, 73-57

Braves 4-1-0, .800, 62-41

White Sox 5-2-0, .714, 84-69

Orioles 4-2-0, .667, 82-49

Cardinals 3-3-0, .500, 78-63

Rockies 3-3-0, .500, 65-55

Blue Jays 3-3-0, .500, 71-70

Diamondbacks 2-5-0, .286, 73-85

Cubs, 1-4-0, .200, 44-82

Pirates 0-6-0, .000, 37-96

Senior Softball

Braves 5-2-0, .714, 64-29

Orioles 5-2-0, .714, 49-45

Diamondbacks 3-3-0, .500, 35-45

White Sox 2-5-0, .286, 46-52

Cardinals 1-4-0, .200, 31-54

 
MJ picks up two wins PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 9, 2013

The Mt. Juliet baseball team picked up two wins last week, one in district and one on the road. 

The Bears shut out Hendersonville Tuesday, 10-0. 

Alex Houser was 2-for-3 with a double, home run and three RBIs. Marshall Gei was 2-for-3 with three RBIs as well. Kyle Grace was 2-for-2 with two doubles and three RBIs. 

Mt. Juliet 10 

Hendersonville 0

H - 000 000 0 - 0 2 2

M - 032 131 x - 10 8 2

W - Campbell Scholl (3-1). L - Osborne. HR- Alex Houser (1).

Mt. Juliet traveled to Hardin Valley Academy Friday and came away with a 12-2 win. Austin Smith got the win for the Bears, striking out six. 

Saturday, the Bears lost to Science Hill, 6-1, and perennial powerhouse Farragut, 10-0. 

Mt. Juliet played Lebanon Tuesday, and will travel to Lebanon for another game Wednesday at 7 p.m. The Bears will be on the road Friday again to face Brentwood at 7 p.m.

Other baseball scores

Wednesday

Central 8 Gallatin 0

Friday

Siegel 12 Central 1

Oakland 9 Central 4

 
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