Luke Seed threw the first perfect game in McCracken County history on Saturday in its 2-0 victory over Mount Juliet, Tennessee.
The Mustang junior needed just 82 pitches to complete the rare feat, as he struck out 12 batters for the game.
McCracken got all its offense in the fourth inning when a double from Mason Vinyard scored Rook Ellington and Daniel Myatt.
In its second game of the day, the Mustangs defeated Hendersonville, Tennessee, 4-2 behind the play of Nathan Bynum and Cameron Langston.
Bynum, the No. 9 hitter, and leadoff man Langston each scored two runs -- with Langston also driving in a run. Rook Ellington and James Michael Dodd had the other RBIs for the game.
Rece Carter pitched five innings to pick up the win for the Mustangs, with Caleb Reinhardt pitching two perfect innings in relief to earn the save.
McCracken is now on a five-game winning streak and is 8-3 on the season.