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Multiple Teams · Baseball–Hubbell Throws Shutout in win over Dyersburg 10-0 in double header tilt.

Dyersburg game……

Gladeville—Wilson Central defeated Dyersburg 10-0 using the 5 inning run-rule to run their record to 5-1. Junior pitcher
Aaron Hubbell allowed just one hit and struck out 13 Trojans. An early lead helped propel Wilson Central to victory as the Wildcats scored on a single by Ethan Shelton, a fielder’s choice by Will Hudson, and a double by Gabe Jennings in the first inning as the Wildcats captured the lead. Shelton drove in one when he singled in the first inning. Aaron Hubbell earned the win for Wilson Central as he tossed five innings.

Wilson Central collected 11 hits as Hudson, Jennings, and Chase Ford each collected multiple hits. Ford, Jennings, and Hudson each managed two hits to lead Wilson Central.

Arlington game—

In the second game of the twin bill Wilson Central who defeated Dyersburg 10-0 in approximately 1.5 hours had to wait until 7:30pm to start their second game with the Arlington Tigers. Arlington was running late from their game being played in Lebanon as they defeated the Blue Devils 13-6. Once the game began, Wilson Central just couldn’t hold Up against Arlington in a 7-1 loss on Friday. Arlington captured the lead in the first inning scoring their first run when Luke Peterson singled with two outs. The score remained 1-0 until the bottom of the third when Wilson Central’s Andrew Franklin grounded out on a fielders choice scoring one run to tie the game at 1-1.
Arlington took the lead for good with three runs in the fourth inning due in part to an error that scored one run. Tate Kolwyck singled off of Wildcat Starter Senior Ryan Hill that led to the score.
Blake Dallas earned the win for Arlington pitching seven innings, surrendering one run, five hits, and striking out six. Hill took the loss for Wilson Central as he tossed four innings, surrendering four runs, six hits, and striking out three.
Chase Ford, Mason Mobley, Ethan Shelton, Will Hudson, and Gabe Jennings all had one hit to lead Wilson Central.
Arlington didn’t commit a single error in the field.