Chance Henderson gave Christian County a boost on the mound with a complete-game four-hitter to help the Colonels beat Fort Campbell 12-2 and remain unbeaten in district play.
The sophomore righty allowed one earned and struck out seven in his first varsity start.
The Colonels gave Henderson plenty of support, scoring two runs in the first, four runs in the second, and four more in the fourth inning.
Jase Polley continued his torrid hitting with two more hits, including a double, and three RBIs. Over his last five games, Polley is 9-for-18 (.500) with 12 RBIs.
Eric Silvy and Elijah Underhill both added two hits and two RBIs, and Wyatt Stevenson smacked a triple as part of a two-hit.
Elijah Crockett had a double for Fort Campbell, who dropped their 53rd straight game against district opposition dating back to 2012.
Christian County is heading in the other direction, having won 30 straight district games dating back to the 2015 region title game.
The Colonels (13-7) host McCracken County Thursday, while Fort Campbell (3-11) hosts Fort Knox Saturday.