GALLATIN -- A five-run outburst in the second inning was all the visiting Hendersonville Commando baseball team needed in a 5-2 victory over Gallatin Tuesday night.
"We will take the wins when we can get them," Hendersonville head coach Mike Hendrix said after the win. Anytime you can get that many runs across the plate in a single inning, you feel good about what you are doing offensively."
HENDERSONVILLE -- The Gallatin softball team was one out away from picking up their first victory over Beech in more than a decade Tuesday night, but an untimely error opened the door for the Lady Buccaneers to eke by with a 5-4 win.
After suffering a 10-1 loss to Mt. Juliet the week before, the Station Camp softball team bounced back with a 6-0 win over the same Bear team on Monday. The win marked the first-ever win over the Bears for Station Camp in school history.
GALLATIN -- The Gallatin soccer team gave up two goals in the first two minutes of their game against Wilson Central last week and never recovered in a 4-1 loss.
"It is turning into a recurring theme for us," Gallatin head coach Greg Harper said. "We start slow and they knocked two in on us. I don't even know if we were ready to play yet."
Last week, hundreds of local athletes converged on Hendersonville High School for the 14th annual Sumner County Track Championships.
Beech edged Gallatin by just four points to claim the girls title.
HENDERSONVILLE -- The Pope John Paul II soccer team played forty minutes of nearly flawless soccer in last Thursday's rivalry match against Father Ryan.
However, the second half of play was less than perfect as JPII surrendered four goals and fell, 4-1.
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