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Game 1

EVANS 4, NORTHSIDE-WR 2

Northside 002 000 0 – 2 4 3

Evans 001 120 x – 4 13 1

Jason Gifford, Kendall Scott (5) and Griffen Nauss; Kyle Anderson and Matt Anderson. WP–Anderson (6-2) LP–Jason Gifford (4-1)

2B-Jesus Monserrat (N), Raekwon Bennett (E)

Leading Hitters: Northside-Hunter Bobbitt 2 for 2; Evans-Bennett 3 for 3 RBI, Jeremy Clements 2 for 4 RBI, Jordan Rice 2 for 3.

Game 2

EVANS 4, NORTHSIDE-WR 3

Evans 012 000 1 – 4 9 0

Northside 002 000 1 – 3 9 1

Brent Sappe, Kendall Hunter (4) and Matt Richardson; Tyler Roberts, Josh Roye (7) and Matt Anderson WP–Roberts (4-2) LP–Sappe (5-3) S-Roye (3)

2B-Raekwon Bennett (E) Jeremy Clements (E), Kelvin McCladdie (E) Tyler Moore (E), Jack Montgomery (N), Cole McArthur 2 (N)

Leading Hitters: Northside-Jack Montgomery 2 for 2, McArthur 2 for 4; Evans-Jeremy Clements 3 for 4 RBI, Tyler Moore 2 for 4 RBI

Records: Northside 19-6; Evans 16-10. Next: Evans in second round, Wednesday, TBD

Game 1

CROSS CREEK 6,
LOCUST GROVE 3

L. Grove 102 000 0 - 3 4 3

C. Creek 104 100 x - 6 8 0

Tyler Sellers, Tyler Duncan (4) and Josh Fellows. Jacob Lazenby and Robbie Dewitt. W: Lazenby (10-0). L: Sellers.

2B-John Shoemaker (LG). HR-Danekes (LG), Lazenby (CC).

Leading hitters: Cross Creek - Blake Miller 2 for 3, RBI; Tyler Darnall 2 for 3, RBI; Robbie Dewitt 2 for 3, RBI.

Game 2

LOCUST GROVE 11,
CROSS CREEK 10

C. Creek 423 010 0 - 10 10 3

L. Grove 003 104 3 - 11 8 2

Blake Miller, Jacob Lazenby (6), Matthew Avret (7) and Robbie Dewitt. Dalton Kuhn, Drew Young (2), Plumley (3), Knight (7) and Josh Fellows. W–Knight.
L–Avret.

HR-Lazenby (CC).

Leading hitters: Cross Creek-Avret 3 for 5; Lazenby 2 for 3, 3 RBI; Tyler Groomes 3 for 5. Locust Grove-Dalton Kuhn 3 for 4, RBI; Brad Elkins 3 for 4.

Records: Locust Grove 13-10, 9-7 Region 4-AAA; Cross Creek 20-6-1, 13-2 Region 3A-AAA. Next: Locust Grove vs. Cross Creek, 1 p.m. today.

Game 1

HARLEM 12, EASTSIDE 2

Harlem 015 004 2 – 12 12 0

Eastside 000 010 1 – 2 9 1

Chaise Dukes and Aaron Hintz. Jake Wright, Ty Raynor (2), Daniel Garrett (3) and David VanLeivey. W–Holliman (2-3). L-Brown.

2B–Logan May (H). HR–Aaron Moore (H) 2, Musashi Brier (E).

Leading Hitters: Harlem–Moore 2 for 5, 4 RBI; Devin Critell 2 for 4; Hintz 2 for 4, Tyler Thigpen 2 for 4, 2 RBI. Eastside–Matt Hitchcock 2 for 4; Keith Buckhalt 2 for 4; Brier 2 for 4, 2 RBI.

Game 2

HARLEM 3, EASTSIDE 1

Eastside 001 000 0 – 1 6 0

Harlem 102 000 x – 3 10 2

Tyler Bailey and Drew Bulkhalt. Tyler Wirsu and Aaron Hintz. W–Wirsu. L-Bailey.

2B–Jake Wright (E), Bulkhalt (E).

Leading Hitters: Eastside–Keith Bulkhalt 2 for 4, Wright 2 for 4. Harlem–Aaron Moore 2 for 2, Devin Kritell 2 for 2, Tyler Thigpen 2 for 3.

Records: Harlem 20-7. Next: Harlem at Columbus, Wednesday.

Game 1

THOMSON 4, JACKSON 3

Jackson 100 001 1 – 3 7 1

Thomson 210 000 1 – 4 6 3

Perez and Heath. Andy Grimaud and Austin Cooper. W–Grimaud. L-Perez.

2B–Bell (J), Holliman (T), Grimaud (T).

Leading Hitters: Jackson–Bell 2 for 3, Kersey 2 for 4, Kirk 2 for 3. Thomson–Austin 2 for 4, Holliman 2 for 4.

Game 2

THOMSON 11, JACKSON 5

Thomson 740 000 0 – 11 11 3

Jackson 101 003 0 – 5 11 1

Hunter Bragg, Hank Doupe (6) and Cooper. Holland, Walker (1), Cawthon (3) and Heath. W–Grimaud. L-Perez.

2B–Jones (T), Austin (T), Whitehouse (T), Bell (J), Cawthon (J). HR–Grimaud (T).

Leading Hitters: Thomson–Jones 2 for 4, Austin 2 for 5, Whitehouse 2 for 3. Jackson–Cawthon 2 for 4, Kearsey 2 for 4, Heath 2 for 3.

Record: Thomson 15-12. Next: Troup County at Thomson, Wednesday.

Home School World Series

Auburndale, Fla.

CSRA CRUSADERS 10, ATLANTA SOUTH 1

CSRA 115 110 1 – 10 14 1

Atlanta 000 000 1 – 1 1 2

Worley, Coe and Corbin. Williams, Aho, Grant and Schipper. W–Worley. L–Williams.

Leading Hitters: CSRA–Teske 2 for 4, 3 RBI; Parrack 3 for 4; Corbin 2 for 3, RBI.

CSRA CRUSADERS 11, JACKSON VICTORS 9

CSRA 340 130 0 – 11 6 4

Jackson 102 000 6 – 9 8 7

Millwood, Corbin, Teske, Davidson and Corbin. Aultmann, Moody and Huff. W–Millwood. L–Aultmann.

Leading Hitters: CSRA–Teske 2 for 4, RBI. Jackson–Weeks 2 for 3, Grete 3 for 4, RBI.

Note: CSRA finished the tournament 2-3.

Boys Soccer

SPALDING 2, WESTSIDE 0

Saves: Westside: Eric Nye, 4; Jammar Tarver, 2.

Record: Westside ends season with 12-3 record.

Girls Soccer

Goals: Augusta Prep–Jamie Alexander 3 Assists: Augusta Prep–Hailie Huggins 1, Callista Eckert 1, Claire Duncan 1. Goalkeepers: Augusta Prep–Leila Woodhurst (5 saves); S-Taylor Mathis.

Record: Augusta Prep 16-0-1. Next: Augusta Prep plays in the GISA Class AAA state championship game next Saturday.

AQUINAS 7, TREUTLEN 0

Goals: Aquinas–Sydney Thompson 5, Mary Grace Watwood, Izzy Serji. Assists: Aquinas–Morgan Davis, Naomi Yates 2, Thompson, Serji. Goalkeepers: Aquinas–Ettele Toole (3 saves).

Records: Aquinas 10-5. Next: Aquinas at Whitefield Academy, Wednesday.

Girls Tennis

GREENBRIER 5,

BAINBRIDGE 0

Singles: Blaire LaSure (G) def Hillary Flournoy (B) 6-2, 6-1; Morgan Taylor (G) def. Kristen Monson (B) 6-1, 6-2,; Katie Krupp (G) def. Anne Reynolds (B) 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles: Brooke Sanderson-Lauren Batchelor (G) def. Kelly Brooks-Emma Kate Smith (B) 6-0, 6-1; Heather Frazier-Molly Lee (G) def. Meredith Conder-Lynsey Waddell (B) 6-0, 6-1.

Records: Bainbridge 13-3; Greenbrier 15-0-0. Next: Greenbrier at state semifinals (Clayton County International Park), Friday, TBD

Boys Lacrosse

GREENBRIER 14, LAKESIDE 7

Goals: Greenbrier–Tyler Starnes 6, Clay Singletary 3, Nick Sadow 2, Tanner Etherhart, Scott Campbell, Taylor Smith. Lakeside–Eric Anglesanti 3, Blake Ledden 3, Christian O’Gorman. Assists: Greenbrier–Taylor Smith 3, Saddow 3. Lakeside–Justin Wells. Goalkeepers: Greenbrier–Allen Troutman (15 saves), Seth Lowery (2 saves). Lakeside–Doug Korn (6 saves), Jared Broder (2 saves).

Records: Greenbrier 10-5. Next: Greenbrier at TBD, Wednesday.


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