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Last Tuesday night’s District 9-AAA meeting between cross-town rivals Gallatin and Station Camp high schools wasn’t exactly an offensive showcase. It was very much a ‘grind it out, take what you can get and let the rest handle itself’ type of baseball game. In the end, it was ‘small ball’ that led Station Camp to a 3-0 victory over Gallatin.
The Beech High School Lady Buccaneer Softball team waited until the top of the sixth inning to find their offensive groove against the Lady Bison of Station Camp last Tuesday night. Beech scored two runs in the inning to take a 2-1 lead and appeared to be on their way to capturing a District 9-AAA road win. But Station Camp had saved its best for last.
Rain turned the District 9-AAA contest between the Hendersonville and Lebanon baseball teams into a two-day affair and the Commandos took full advantage.
Most teams wouldn’t call a three game losing streak that big of a deal, but most teams don’t routinely play for a state title. After falling to Station Camp earlier in the week, the Beech High School softball team struggled at the plate as the Lady Bucs fell 3-2 to Ravenwood and 3-0 to Union City (Kentucky).