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Harlem 000 000 2 – 2 4 2

Greenbrier 000 111 x – 3 7 3

Tyler Wirsu and Aaron Hintz. Jordan Hunt and Taylor Glover. WP–Hunt, LP-Wirsu.

2B: Dalton Green (H), Logan May (H), Hunter Boose (G), Adam Grice (G), Hunt (G). 3B: Tyler Fournier (G), Hunt (G).

Leading hitters: May (H) 2 for 4, Fournier (G) 2 for 2, Hunt (G) 2 or 3, RBI.

Records: Harlem 14-6, Greenbrier 17-2. Next: Harlem at Josey, 4 p.m. Friday; Greenbrier at South Effingham, 6 p.m. Friday.

WESTSIDE 14, HEPHZIBAH 1

Westside 313 61 – 14 10 2

Hephzibah 100 00 – 1 2 4

Westside–David Hagelston and Henry Rowland. Hephzibah–Langham, Culler (5) and Johnson. W–Hagelson (5-2). L–Langham.

2B–Mason Dodd (W), Doyle (W), Langham (H). 3B–Connor Doyle (W).

Leading Hitters: Westside–Doyle 2 for 4; Jonathan Wilson 2 for 3.

Record: Westside 14-6. Next: Richmond Academy at Westside, 5:30 p.m., Friday.

ST. RITA 6,
NORTH AUGUSTA 4

St. Rita 000 501 0 – 6 8 2

N.A. 100 120 0 – 4 8 3

St. Rita–Henry and Soria. North Augusta–Jake McCormick, Zach Jarvis (5), Ryan Love (7) and Zach Wilson. W–Henry. L–McCormick (2-3).

2B–Ray (S), Shepski (S), Faron (S), David Thirkell (N), Jarvis (N).

Leading Hitters: St. Rita–Ray 2 for 4; Faron 2 for 4. North Augusta–Jo Jo Higgenbottom 2 for 3.

Record: North Augusta 8-5. Next: North Augusta at Orangeburg-Wilkinson, 7 p.m., Friday.

Softball

NORTH AUGUSTA 3,
MIDLAND VALLEY 0

Mid. Valley 000 000 0 – 0 8 1

N.A. 000 102 0 – 3 6 0

Midland Valley–Henderson and Hong. North Augusta–Sidney Seigler and Miranda Whitfield. W–Seigler (8-3). L–Henderson.

Leading Hitters: Midland Valley–Kalee Riggs 2 for 4; Carly Clark 2 for 2.

Record: North Augusta 15-3, 5-1 Region 5-AAAA. Next: North Augusta at South Aiken, 7 p.m., today.

SILVER BLUFF 5,
SOUTH AIKEN 3

S. Bluff 102 011 0 – 5 5 2

S. Aiken 003 000 0 – 3 6 1

Silver Bluff–Carly Kinard, Kinsey Parrish (5) and Laini Frye. South Aiken–Morgan Smith and Ashley Cobb. W–Parrish (8-2). L–Smith.

2B–Aubrey Harmon (SA), Jance McCarthy (SA). 3B–Shakila Green (SB). HR–Parrish (SB).

Leading Hitters: Silver Bluff–Green 2 for 4, RBI. South Aiken–Harmon 2 for 4, RBI.

Record: Silver Bluff 15-4, 8-1 Region 5-AA. Next: Silver Bluff at Barnwell, Tuesday at 6 p.m..

Golf

Tuesday

AQUINAS 152,

LAKESIDE 156

Aquinas: John-Christian Whyte 36; Patrick Sherlock 37, Richard Murray 38, Nix Duncan 41. Lakeside: Franklin Perhonish 38, Emmanuel Kountakis 39, Sam Odi 39, Russell Sabol 40.

Girls Tennis

GISA Region 4-AAA Tournament

Singles: 1st–Brooks Stevens, Augusta Prep; 2nd–Meghan Barber, Bulloch Academy; 3rd–Sophie Pollak, Augusta Prep; 4th–Ally Cheshire, Bulloch Academy.

Doubles: 1st–Brook Arnold-Caroline Andrew, Augusta Prep; 2nd–McKenzie Webb-Caitlin Barber, Bulloch Academy; 3rd–Julianna Turner-Ana Harbin, Augusta Prep; 4th–Claire Hiller-Lindsey Wasdin, Bulloch Academy.

GISA Region 4AAA Girls Team Champion: Augusta Prep

Region Coach of the Year: Chris Dixon

Next: Augusta Prep in GISA State Team Tennis Tournament, April 25.

Boys Tennis

GISA Region 4-AAA Tournament

Singles: 1st–Wes Maddox, Westminster; 2nd–Cody Lanier, Bulloch Academy; 3rd–Mathieu Erramuzpe, Augusta Prep; 4th–Marshall Paulk, Westminster.

Doubles: 1st–Ben Whitlow-Christopher Plummer, Westminster; 2nd–Sam Parks-Heath Waters, Pinewood Christian; 3rd–Sam Paulk-Chandler Holgate, Westminster; 4th–Jon Swierczynski-Nikilesh Rao, Augusta Prep.

Next: All players advance to the GISA State Individual Tennis Tournament, Tuesday at John Drew Tennis Center in Macon.

GISA Region 4-AAA Boys Team Champion: Westminster

Region Coach of the Year: Leisa Tebbs

Next: Westminster boys in GISA State Team Tennis Tournament, April 25.

Boys Lacrosse

GREENBRIER 9, HAMMOND 8

Goals: Greenbrier–Scott Campbell 2, Nick Sidow 2, Jack DiPrete, Taylor Smith, Tyler Starnes, Clay Singletary, Thomas Rodabaugh. Hammond–Clayton Shockley 4, Charlie Black 3, Matthew Kay. Assists: Greenbrier–Chase Hollis, Smith. Goalkeepers: Greenbrier–Alan Troutman (15 saves). Hammond–Sam Gamble (5 saves).

Record: Greenbrier 7-4. Next: Decatur at Greenbrier, 11 a.m., Saturday.

Track and Field

Girls

Columbia County Championships at Greenbrier

GREENBRIER 190, LAKESIDE 171, EVANS 140, GROVETOWN 92, HARLEM 4

High Jump–Smith (GB) 5’1; Triple Jump–Cornell (E) 33’05; Long Jump–Rosier (LK) 17’0; Shot Put–Henathorne (LK) 32’11 1/2; Discus-Henathorne (LK) 117’01; 4x100m relay–Greenbrier #1 49.54; 1600m–Way (LK) 5:39.87; 400m–Corley (LK) 1:02.96; 100m–Tyson (GB) 12.22; 100m low hurdles–Hamilton (E) 17.19; 800m–J. Payne (LK) 2:27.72; 200m–Tyson (GB) 25.51; 300m hurdles–Hammett (LK) 49.47; 3200m–Ramos (E) 13.05; 4x400m relay–Greenbrier #1 4:22.09.

Boys

GREENBRIER 209, GROVETOWN 134.5,
EVANS 129, LAKESIDE 100.5, HARLEM 16

High Jump–D. Brown (GB) 6’2; Triple Jump–McDavid (E) 44’08.50; Long Jump–Nelson (E) 22’7.50; Shot Put–Hardrick (GB) 39’10; Discus:Hardrick (GB) 143’10; 4x100m relay–Greenbrier #1 42.54; 1600m–Coombs (GB) 4:28.97; 400m–Biggers (GT) 51.46; 100m–Watkins (GT) 10.68; 110m low hurdles–Donalson (LK) 16.95; 800m–Coombs (GB) 1:59.64; 200m–Watkins (GT) 22.12; 300m hurdles–Donalson (LK) 44.29; 3200m–Weegar (E) 10.20; 4x400m relay–Greenbrier #1 3:29.31.


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