Dickson County’s Colton Thompson makes a throw to first base against Franklin. Howard Abell / Mid Tenn Sports

Dickson County’s Colton Thompson makes a throw to first base against Franklin.

Pitcher Jett Jackson allowed two runs, striking out three batters and not walking anyone to help Dickson County beat Franklin 13-2.

Jackson also had three hits of his own.

“Jackson was dominant on the bump,” Dickson County coach Rodney Parker said. “It was one of his best outings as a Cougar.”

But Jackson wasn’t the only Cougar to have a good night. Luke Russell and Brock Holley both tallied two hits each and six other Cougars all registered a hit apiece.

“It was a huge comeback win after dropping a tough game to Franklin the night before,” Parker added. “Sticks have been coming around and tonight was a solid night at the plate as we collected 13 hits. We have several big games to play in the next couple of weeks and I’m excited to see how the squad plays down the home stretch.”

Franklin 8, Dickson County 5

Matt Roberts collected two RBIs and Jacob England and Jett Jackson gathered one RBI each. Gage Pontremoli was 2-for-3.

Avery Gunn was the starting pitcher for Dickson County. Tucker Berry also pitched.

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