Polk County's Aaron Jackson had one of the Wolverines' four hits in Friday's loss

Hendersonville scored in every inning but the first on Friday, taking a 14-1 victory over Polk County in junior varsity baseball action at The Bottoms.

The Bearcats improved to 5-3. Polk County dropped to 1-5.

How it happened: The Wolverines struck first, pushing across a run in their initial at-bat. Blaine Turner singled to open the game, stole second, moved to third on Bryson Hoots’ grounder and then scored, putting Polk up 1-0.

But the Bearcats answered wtith two runs in the second to take the lead, then added five in the third, two in the fourth and five in the fifth to take command and, eventually, the win.

At the plate: Turner, Piercen Edwards, Aaron Jackson and Nick Stribling each had hits for Polk County. Turner added two steals, with Jackson also stealing a base.

On the mound: Peyton Hoots gave up two hits, two earned runs and struck out four in three innings, taking the loss. Bryson Hoots and Jackson pitched the final two innings.

Next up: Polk County returns to The Bottoms on Tuesday to host Patton at 4 p.m.