High school roundup: Will Bice leads Columbus to season-opening win over Harris County

FROM STAFF REPORTSFebruary 19, 2014 

HAMILTON, Ga. -- Columbus' Will Bice took a no-hitter into the fifth inning as the Blue Devils opened the season with a 5-1 win over Harris County on Wednesday.Wednesday at Hamilton

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WP--Will Bice (1-0). LP--Drew Reeves (0-1). Hitting leaders--Columbus Nick Poskey 1-2, 2B; Will Bice 1-4, 2RBI, 2B. Records--Columbus 1-0, Harris County 0-1. Next--Columbus, Friday, home vs. Woodward Academy, 4:30 p.m.

GLENWOOD 3,AUTAUGA 0

PRATTVILLE, Ala. -- Carson Hicks and Lawson Humphries combined on a one-hitter as Glenwood shut out Autauga.Wednesday at Autauga

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WP--Carson Hicks (1-0). S--Lawson Humphries. LP--Zack Paulene. Hitting leaders--Glenwood Dylan Denny 2-3, 2R; Chad Silvani 1-3, RBI; Chase Dennis 1-2, 2B, R. Records--Glenwood 2-0. Next--Glenwood, Monday, vs. Pike at Troy University.

SMITHS STATION 12-18,RUSSELL COUNTY 0-0

SEALE, Ala. -- Smiths Station's Blake Rivera struck out 11 as he pitched a six-inning no-hitter in a Game 1 victory over Russell County. The Panthers finished the sweep in Game 2, again blanking the Warriors.Wednesday at Russell County

Game 1

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WP--Blake Rivera (1-0). LP--Lancour (NA). Hitting leaders--Smiths Station Ty Galliher 2-4, 2B; Anfernee Moffett 2-4, 2B, HR; Caleb Lynn 1-3, 2B.

Game 2

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WP--Brynn Belcher (1-0). LP--Tyler Wilkerson (NA). Hitting leaders--Smiths Station Dalton Sinquefield 2-5, 2B; Lynn 1-3, 3B; Max Newton 2-2; Moffett 2-4, 2B, Tyler Hodgson 2-4, 2B; Kyle Lott 2-2. Records--Smiths Station 4-0. Russell County 0-2. Next--Smiths Station, Saturday at Enterprise, noon, Beauregard, 3 p.m.

Boys SOCCER

HARDAWAY 10,KENDRICK 0

Jared Almanza and Marcus Powell each scored three goals to lead Hardaway to a win over Kendrick.Wednesday at Woodruff Farm

Goals--Jared Almanza 3, Marcus Powell 3, Squash Debradant 1, Gabe Julien 1, Hector Zamudio 1, Kyron Carsten 1. Assists--Almanza 2, Debradant 1, Bailey Walden 1, Julien 1, Powell 1, Dyllon Twigg 1. Goalies--Ben Adamson. Records--Hardaway 1-0. Next: Hardaway at Central Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

BOYS SOCCER

BROOKSTONE 8,CHATTCO 1

Martin Ramos scored four goals to lead Brookstone past Chattahoochee County.Wednesday at Brookstone

Goals--ChattCo. NA. Brookstone Martin Ramos 4, Harish Alappan 2, Jensen Price, Hugh Page. Assists--Brookstone Ryan Tanner 3, Matt Hunter, Jimmy East, Price, Alappan 2. Goalies-- Brookstone Ben Holt 3 saves. Eddie Bridgewater 4 saves. Records--2-0. Next: Brookstone, Feb. 28, vs. GMC.

NORTHSIDE 5, PACELLI 1

Toby Logan scored two goals to lead Northside to a win over Pacelli.Wednesday at Woodruff Farm

Goals--Northside: Caleb Harbin 1, Toby Logan 2, Kyle Newman 1, Own goal (Ethan Crawford) 1. Pacelli: Manuel Duran 1. Assists--Northside: Crawford 2, Thomas Smith 1, Newman 1. Pacelli: Micahel Mansfield. Goalies--Northside: Seth Benoit, 9 saves. Pacelli: Matt Myers, 8 saves. Records-- Northside 1-0. Pacelli 2-1. Next: Northside vs. Newnan today, 7:30 p.m. at Callaway Stadium in LaGrange.

columbus 4, jordan 1

Four different players scored for Columbus High in a win over Jordan.Wednesday at Woodruff Farm

Goals--Columbus: Jonathan Mann, A.J. Yerkes, Veer Shah, Tristan Shytle. Jordan: Javante West. Assists--Columbus: David Johnson 2, Andres Thompson. Goalies--Columbus: Cory Aycock 1 save, Noah Wallace 1 save. Jordan: Darnell White, 26 saves. Records--Columbus 2-0. Jordan 0-1. Next: Columbus vs. Auburn Friday, 6 p.m. at Woodruff Farm. Jordan vs. LaGrange at Callaway Stadium Saturday at 11 a.m.

GIRLS SOCCER

Brookstone 10,ChattCO 0

Juliana Caligaris scored four goals and had two assists as Brookstone blanked Chattahoochee County.Wednesday at Brookstone

Goals--Juliana Caligaris 4, Gabriela Caligaris 2, Redding Byrd, Allie Sheppard 2, Lindsey Giglio. Assists-- Juliana Caligaris 2, Gabriela Caligaris, Redding Byrd, Allie Sheppard, Mary Ellen Blackmar 3, Cara Hunter. Goalies--Brookstone Lucy Simkins 1 save. Amara Bush 15 saves. Records--2-0. Next: Brookstone, Feb. 28, home vs. North Georgia Military College.

GIRLS TENNIS

SHAW 3, CALLAWAY 2

Shaw won two of the three singles matches in a victory over Callaway.Wednesday

Singles results

No. 1: Kaitlyn Smith (C) d. Regina Falcon 8-4; No. 2: Kayla Blackmon (S) d. Taylor Townsend 8-3.; No. 3: Yujin Hicks (S) d. Jung Ryu 8-1.Doubles resultsNo. 1: Jisa Kim Ming/Ju Long (C) d. Kaitlyn Clarke/Carley Douglas 8-3; No. 2: Caitlin Blackwell/Gabby Alexander (s) d. Ashley Lane/Kinsleigh Stephens 8-8 (1-0).

RIFLE

NORTHSIDE WINS

Shelby Huber and Cason Borum both shot 289 to lead Northside past Harris County 1,144 to 1,026.

Wednesday at Northside

Northside (1,144)

Shelby Huber 289, Cason Borum 289, Hunter Gallahair 285, Jade Gallahair 281.

Harris County (1,026)

Jobie Scarborough 274, Matthew Ward 258, Adam Tates 249, Jacob Bolar 245.

COLUMBUS WINS

Columbus' Kelly Orck shot a 290 to lead the Blue Devils past Shaw 1,139 to 915.

Wednesday

Columbus (1139)

Kelly Orck 290, Josh Gonzales 288, Sierra Moon 285, Sara Daniels 276.

Shaw (919)

Kuntz Mckinney 238, Sarluca Angelo 237, Ronnie Hill 236, Johnathon Pybus 204,

LATE TUESDAY

SOFTBALL

CENTRAL 7,BEN RUSSELL 0

ALEXANDER CITY, Ala. -- Katie Webb and Allie Kelly combined on a one-hitter as Central won its opener.Wednesday at Ben Russell

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WP--NA. LP--S. Bloodworth (NA). Hitting leaders--Central Katie Webb 2-4, R, RBI; Kristin Studds 2-3, 2RBI. Records--Central NA. Next--Central, Thursday home vs. Dothan, 7:30 p.m.

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