Local softball from Tuesday

The Lady Wildcats picked up five more runs in the second as Brittany Wiseman started the inning with the first of her three hits before being forced out at second base by Hailey Hubbell.

Hubbell advanced to second on a bunt by Kendall Eden before Kelsey Tomlin's infield single moved her to third base. Ashley Eldridge walked, loading the bases for Allie Bennett, who singled up the middle, scoring two runs in the process. Lauren Stavinoga followed that up with her fifth home run of the season to finish the scoring in the top half of the inning.

Wiseman once led off in the third, and again singled -- but this one went through the legs of the left fielder allowing her to advance to third base. Eden then drove her in with a sacrifice fly.

Central added four more runs in the fourth before adding two in the fifth inning to invoke the 10-run rule.

In addition to Wiseman's three hits, Wilson Central also received multiple hits from Bennett, Stavinoga, Powell, and Tomlin.

In all, every Wilson Central starter tallied a hit as Central finished with 15 hits while Hannah Bodenhorn (11-8) held the Bison to only five hits.

Jennings no-hits Lady Devils --LEBANON -- Gordonsville junior Cori Jennings spun a complete game no-hitter Tuesday as Gordonsville blanked Lebanon 2-0. The Tigerette junior, who is verbally committed to UT-Chattanooga, let her defense do most of the heavy lifting as she struck out just one batter.

Shortstop Megan Brown was Lebanon's lone baserunner, reaching on an error to lead off the fourth inning.

Gordonsville's only runs came on a two-out, two-run single in the top of the sixth by Robin Anne Hord off LHS starter Beth Swartwout.

LHS was coming off a 2-0 loss at Beech Monday afternoon. The Lady Bucs struck for two runs in the bottom of the first on a two-run homer by Jordan Spicer, but never threatened again vs. Swartwout.

Swartwout gave up just four hits and struck out four batters. Sarah Aubuchon had two hits for Lebanon while Katline Eakes, Kearston Yahola and Swartwout had one hit each.

LHS stands 19-13 overall (7-2) in District 9AAA headed into a 4:30 p.m. home game today (Wednesday) vs. Gallatin.