Tuesday's local high school results

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Harlem 18,
Richmond Academy 3
Harlem 3(15)0 - 18 12 2
ARC 2 0 1 - 3 1 1
Hunter Hamilton and Taylor Camp. Williams, Morales (2) and Newman. WP-Hamilton (1-1). LP-Williams.
2B-Bostic (ARC), Bryson Serigney (H), Camp (H). HR- Camp (H).
Leading hitters: Harlem-Serigney 2 for 2 2 RBI, Camp 2 for 3 6 RBI, Gregg Thompson 2 for 3, Logan May 3 for 3.
Records: Harlem 5-7, 2-1 3B-AAA. Next: Westside at Harlem, 5 p.m. Friday.

Hephzibah 10, Butler 0
Butler 000 000 - 0 1 2
Hephzibah 341 11X - 10 7 2
Zach Culler and Tony Parker. Bennett, Vance (4) and Menefee. WP-Culler (1-0). LP-Vance .
3B-Cody Damron (Hephzibah), Parker (Hephzibah).
Leading Hitters: Hephzibah-Aaron Malcolm 2-for-2, 1 RBI.
Records: Hephzibah 5-5, 1-2 in Region 3A-AAA). Next: Hephzibah vs. Cross Creek, 5 p.m. Friday.

Grovetown 10, Josey 0
Josey  000 000 0 - 0 1 7
Grovetown 313 210 0 - 10 8 0
Jose Tatague, and Michael Cornett. WP-Tatague (1-1).
2B-Tatague (G).
Leading Hitters: Grovetown-Jamal Cummings, 2-for-3.
Records: Grovetown 4-6, 1-2 Region 3-AAA. Next: Grovetown at Richmond Academy, 5 p.m., Friday.

Silver Bluff 4, Wade Hampton 2
Hampton 000 002 0 - 2 1 0
Silver Bluff 111 100 x - 4 6 2
B. Deloach and S. Jarrell. Darius Washington and Tyler Cole. WP-Washington (1-0). LP-Deloach.
2B-Robert Stallings (SB).
Leading Hitters: Silver Bluff-Cordrea Tankersley 2 for 3.
Records: Silver Bluff 4-1, 2-0 Region 5-AA. Next: Edisto at Silver Bluff, 6 p.m. Friday.
Note: Strom Thurmond defeated Silver Bluff 10-4 on Monday.

Fox Creek 17, Ridge Spring-Monetta 0
RS-M 000 00 - 0 2 5
Fox Creek 242 9x - 17 12 1
Matt McGee, Andrew Pratt (3) and Tripp Padgett. Michael Hill and Brent Lackey. WP-Hill (1-1). LP-McGee.
2B: Lackey (FC), Jason Fallow (RSM). HR: Quadre Castleberry (FC).
Leading hitters: Fox Creek-Castleberry 2 for 4 2 RBI, Taylor Carter 2 for 3 2 RBI, Lackey 3 for 4 3 RBI.
Records: Fox Creek 2-0. Next: Fox Creek at Hunter-Kinard-Tyler, 5 p.m. Thursday.

South Aiken 6, North Augusta 3
N. Augusta   000 000 3 - 3 8 5
S. Aiken   420 000 0 - 6 9 0
Trevor Hutto, Chris Cooper (4), and Doug Alexander. Andrew Faulkner, Jarrod Felix (7), Taylor Widener (7), and Robert Rezac. WP-Andrew Faulkner. LP-Trevor Hutto(1-1).
2B-Jackson Whidley (NA), Blue Sanderson (SA), Kevin Plunkett (SA).  HR-Andrew Faulker (SA).
Leading Hitters: North Augusta-Evan Still, 2-for-4, 1 RBI; Jackson Whidley, 2-for-2, 1 RBI. South Aiken-Blue Sanderson, 2-for-4; Kevin Plunkett, 2-for-2, 2 RBI.
Records: North Augusta 5-3, 1-2 Region 4-AAAA. Next: North Augusta vs. Aiken at Lake Olmstead, 7 p.m., Friday.

Burke County 7, Cross Creek 4
Burke County  002 230 0 - 7 9 1
Cross Creek   002 101 0 - 4 10 6
Larmour, Reenter (6), and Holder. Stack, Lazenby (6), and Miller. WP-Larmour. LP-Stack (3-1). S- Reenter 1.
2B-Stack (CC), Middleton (BC). HR-Mayton (BC).
Leading Hitters: Burke County-Mayton, 3-for-4, 3 RBI; Middleton, 2-for-4, Larmour 2-for-5, 1 RBI. Cross Creek-Carroll, 3-for-5, 1 RBI; Stack, 2-for-3, 2 RBI.
Records: Cross Creek 5-3, 2-1 Region 3-AAA. Burke County 3-0 Region 3-AAA. Next: Evans at Cross Creek, 5:30 p.m., today.

Hammond 12, Augusta Christian 2
Hammond  021 504 0 - 12 13 1
Aug. Christian  110 000 0 - 2 6 4
Andrew Lamb, and Dave Nidiffer. Tyler Martin, Sean Sweeting (5), and Eric Fogle. WP-Lamb. LP-Martin (0-3).
2B-Les Cotter(H), Alexander Daniels (H) Brian Sweeting (AC). HR-Jay Roberts (H).
Leading Hitters: Hammond -Brooks Borders, 4-for-4, 2 RBI.
Records: Augusta Christian 0-5, 0-2 SCISA Region 1-AAA, Hammond 2-0 SCISA Region 1-AAA. Next: Wilson Hall at Augusta Christian, Thursday, 4:30 p.m.

Augusta Prep 6, Westminster 2
Augusta Prep  110 001 3 - 6 12 3                                                                                                                              Westminster   000 100 1 - 2 5 3
Jake Padgett and Nolan Brandon. Tim Nabholz, Connor Hearon (7) and Jeremiah Coleman. WP-Padgett (3-1). LP-Nabholz (0-1).
2B-Crane (AC). 3B-Jack Owen (AP).
Leading Hitters: Augusta Prep-John Paul Lynn, 2-for-3, 1 RBI; Padgett, 2-for-4, 1 RBI; Owen, 2-for-4, 2 RBI; Ethan Confer, 2-for-4, 1 RBI. Westminster-Evan Crutchfield, 2-for-3.
Records: Augusta Prep 5-4, 1-0 Region 4-AAA, Westminster 1-1, 0-1 Region 4-AAA. Next: Augusta Prep at Trinity Christian, 3 p.m., Tuesday. Westminster at John Milledge, 4:30 p.m., Friday.

Monday
Augusta Christian 15,
Curtis Baptist 5

Aug. Christian 024 63 - 15 8 0
Curtis 011 12 - 5 5 9
WP-Brian Sweeting. LP- Cameron McConnell (2-1).
Leading hitters: Curtis Baptist-Jase LeGrand 2 for 3; Steven Rice 2 for 2; Augusta Christian: Tyler Martin 2 for 4; Fogle 2 for 4.

Curtis Baptist 9, Westminster 2
Curtis 400 121 1 - 9 9 4
West. 011 000 x - 2 2 7
WP: Aaron Spurlock (3-0). LP: Evan Crutchfield.
2B: Cameron Phillips (CB)
Leading hitters: Curtis Baptist- Phillips 2 for 4; Cole Swanson 2 for 5.
Records: Curtis Baptist 6-2. Next: Curtis Baptist vs. First Presbyterian, Friday.

Golf
Davidson 81, Hephzibah 101

The River Golf Club
Hephzibah: Robert Freese 41, Christopher Raley 60. Davidson: Adam Salway 37, Will Hamilton 44.
Next: Hephzibah vs. A.R. Johnson, Laney at Applewood on Thursday.

Girls Soccer
Richmond Academy 4, Grovetown 1

Goals: ARC-Rebecca Smith, Victoria Mundell, Taylor Smith, Maggie Howard; Grovetown-Kristi Sammons. Assists: ARC-Mundell 2, R. Smith. Goalkeepers: ARC-Danielle Danforth (2 saves); Grovetown-Meghan Murphy (6 saves).
Records: ARC 7-3, 6-0 Region 3-AAA. Next: ARC at Washington County, 5:30 p.m. Friday.

Harlem 6, Josey 0
Goals: Harlem-Karrie Sanders 2, Christina Rentas 2, Brandi Graham 2. Assists: Harlem-Alex Coleman, Christian Mullis. Goalkeepers: Harlem-Leanne Newberry (5 saves).
Records: Harlem 6-1, 5-0 in Region 3-AAA. Next: Harlem at A.R. Johnson, 5:30 p.m., Friday.

Lakeside 3, Greenbrier 2
Goals:Lakeside-Katie Coleman 2, Kessler Matheson. Assists: Lakeside-Matheson, Mary Senn. Goalkeepers: Lakeside-Rachel Hardin (6 saves).
Records: Lakeside 7-3. Next: Lakeside plays host to South Effingham, 5:30 p.m. Friday.

Thomson 6, Washington County 0
Goals: Thomson-Haley Oubre 2, Nene Williams 2, Betty Jones, Ashley Frankenfield. Assists: Thomson-Oubre. Goalkeepers: Thomson-Miranda Barker (5 saves).
Records: Thomson 2-1. Next: Thomson at Hephzibah, 5:30 p.m., Friday.

Hephzibah 3, Westside 3
Hephzibah wins 4-2 on PKs
Goals: Hephzibah-Alora Martinez 2, Tabitha Green. Westside-Christy Darracott 2, Caitlin Shaver. Assists: Hephzibah-Martinez.  Goalkeepers: Hephzibah-Destiny Miller (6 saves). Westside-Toree Gaddy (5 saves).
Records: Hephzibah 4-2, Westside 5-3. Next: Hephzibah plays host to Thomson, 5:30 p.m., Friday.

Evans 6, Aquinas 1
Goals: Aquinas-Sidney Thompson. Evans-Jamella Bryant 2, Caroline Edmonds 2, Britany Huggins, Jennifer Deppen. Assists: Evans-Jamella Bryant 2, Caroline Edmonds, Jennifer Deppen, Jessica Galvin, Stephany Mixon. Goalkeepers: Evans - Katie Smith (4 saves).
Records: Evans 9-1. Next: Evans at Statesboro, 7 p.m., Friday.

Boys Soccer
Aquinas 3, Evans 1

Goals: Aquinas-Daniel Leonard 2, Connor Tierney. Evans-Zak Wren. Assists: Aquinas-Matt Moses. Goalkeepers: Aquinas-Will Doss (7 saves). Evans-Michael Coffman (6 saves).
Records: Aquinas 9-1. Next: Aquinas at Social Circle, 7:30 p.m., Friday.

Lakeside 1, Greenbrier 0
Goals: Lakeside-Toren Thomas. Goalkeepers: Lakeside-Cason Belding (7 Saves); Greenbrier-Phil Gladman (6 Saves).
Records: Lakeside 7-2-1, 6-0 Region 2-AAAA. Greenbrier 7-3, 4-2 Region 2-AAAA. Next: Effingham County at Greenbriar, 7:30 p.m., Friday. South Effingham at Lakeside, 7:30, Friday.

Hephzibah 2, Westside 1
Goals: Hephzibah-James Fishmon, Sebastian Vidal-Rios. Westside-Tyler Rundall. Assists: Hephzibah-Darik Mozee, Sebastian Vidal-Rios. Goalkeepers: Hephzibah-Ali Sayour (7 saves); Westside-Eric Nye (5 saves).
Records: Hephzibah 5-3, 5-1 Region 3-AAA. Next: Thomson at Hephzibah, 7 p.m., Friday.

Cross Creek 4, A.R. Johnson 2
Goals: A.R. Johnson-John Curry 2. Cross Creek-Devante Bartell, Joey Hannsz, Bennett Crouch, Jason Faglier. Assists: Cross Creek-Nick Parijs 1, Alex Mountain, Bennett Crouch. Goalkeepers: A.R. Johnson-Damani Sommers (9 saves); Cross Creek-Alex Mountain (23 saves).
Records: Cross Creek 2-4, 1-4 Region 3-AAA. Next: Butler at Cross Creek, 5:30 p.m., Thursday.

Softball
Fox Creek 14, Ridge Spring-Monetta 1

RS-M  000 010 0 - 1 3 3
Fox Creek   522 500 0 - 14 12 1
A. Davis, and Cari Jones. Kayla Clem, and Micaela Bell. WP-Clem (1-0). LP-Davis.
2B-Micaela Bell (FC). HR-Micaela Bell (FC).
Leading Hitters: Ridge Spring-Monetta, Terra Gomillion, 2-for-4. Fox Creek-Kayla Sizemore, 2-for-4; Kelsey Cook, 2-for-3, 1 RBI, Carrie Hall, 2-for 3, 3 RBI; Ashlyn Wanninger, 2-for-4, 0 RBI, Micaela Bell, 2-for-2, 2 RBI.
Next: Fox Creek at Hunter Kinard Tyler, 5 p.m., Friday.

Silver Bluff 14, Wade Hampton 1
S. Bluff  20(11) 010 0 - 14 14 1
Hampton   00   0 100 0 - 1 1 3

Karly Kinard and Laini Frye. Heather Pyles and Kylie Godley. WP-Kinard (2-1). LP-Pyles.
2B-Kinsey Parrish (SB), Shakila Green (SB), Megan Corbin (SB). HR-Godley (WH), Frye (SB).
Leading Hitters: Silver Bluff -Shatavia Douse, 3-for-3; Green, 3-for-3, 2 RBI; Shaquille Jackson, 2-for-3, 3 RBI; Frye, 2-for-3, 3 RBI; Parrish, 2-for-4, 1 RBI.
Records: Silver Bluff 6-3, 2-0 Region 5-AA, Wade Hampton 0-5, 0-3 Region 5AA. Next: Silver Bluff at Midland Valley, 7 p.m., today.

Girls Tennis
Westminster 5, Trinity Christian 0

Singles: Lindsey Williamson def. Lauren Rawlins 8-3, Amy Chan def. Emma Boles 8-0; Anna Grimm defeated Kaitlyn Mason 8-6.
Doubles:Mallory Walters-Katie Stewart Schafer def. Amanda DelaPierre-Elise DelaPierre 8-3; Haley Meeks-Caroline Cain def. Brittany Sales-Courtney Shepherd 8-4.
Record: Westminster 3-2. Next: Bulloch Academy at Westminster, Thursday.

Boys Tennis
Westminster 5, Trinity Christian 0

Singles: Wes Maddox def. Daniel Alligood 8-0; Ben Whitlow def. Elijah Baggett 8-5; Johannis Becker def. Josh Fennell 8-0.
Doubles: Chandler Holgate-Sam Paulk def. Umar Brimah-Cuyler Warnoch 8-1; Jordan Wolfgram-Will Schafer def.  Ryan Maas-Jes Smith 8-4.
Record: Westminster 4-1. Next: Bulloch Academy at Westminster, Thursday.


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