High school roundup: Columbus High downs Clay County 5-3

FROM STAFF REPORTSFebruary 28, 2014 

VALDOSTA, Ga. -- Al Jones went 2-3 with a triple and a run batted in for Columbus in a 5-3 win over Clay County, Fla.

Columbus will play Pace County, Fla., today at 11 a.m. The games are part of the Border Wars Classic.Friday at Lowndes

Clay 001 110 0 --3 8 1

Columbus 210 110 x --5 7 0

WP--Troy Gilliland (2-0). LP-- Toelkon. Hitting leaders-- Columbus: Al Jones 2-3 triple, RBI; Will Bice 1-2 2 RBI; Knox Carter 1-2 dbl. Records-- Columbus 4-0. Next-- Columbus vs Pace, today, 11 a.m. at Lowndes.

marion co. 3,

wilcox co. 0

BUENA VISTA, Ga. -- Dustin Eckert pitched a strong game to lead Marion County to win over Wilcox County.Friday at Buena Vista, Ga.

Wilcox Co. 000 000 0 --0 3 3

Marion Co. 012 000 x --3 4 1

WP--Dustin Eckert (1-0). LP--Jackson. Hitting leaders--C.J. Dudley 1-3, 2B, R; Brandon Dumas 1-3, R; Jerry Hynes 1-3. Records--Marion 3-1. Next--Marion County at Baconton Charter Tuesday at 4p.m.



The Northside baseball team shut out visiting Thomas County 9-0 on Friday behind six strong innings from pitcher Drew Haywood, who allowed five hits and struck out three. Michael Rossi (2 for 3, 2 RBIs) and Victor Ballesteros (2 for 4, 3 RBIs) led he way offensively.Friday at Northside

TCC 000 000 0 --0 5 3

Northside 220 302 x --9 9 2

WP-- Drew Haywood. LP-- Cooper Mayhall. Hitting leaders-- Northside, Michael Rossi, 2-3, 2B, 2 RBIs, 2 Rs, Victor Ballesteros, 2-4, 3 RBIs, Jacob Hinson, 2-2, 1 RBI. Records-- Northside, 2-1. Next-- Northside, today vs. West Laurens at home.

harris co. 5, lee co. 0

HAMILTON, Ga. -- Casey Cobb struck out 13 batters for Harris County in a win over Lee County.Friday at Harris County

Lee 000 000 0 --0 3 2

Harris 200 012 0 --5 12 0

WP-- Casey Cobb (2-0). Hitting leaders-- Harris County: A.J. Willoughby 1-3 2 RBI; Tyler Maley 2-4 RBI; Christian Wiggs 1-4 RBI; Dillon Rodgers 3-3 RBI. Records-- Harris County 3-1. Next-- Troup County at Harris County, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.


Hardaway shut out Bainbridge 12-0 on the road Friday. Bryan Pate picked up the victory, his second of the year. Tony Locey led the way offensively with two doubles and three RBIs. Blake Meadows was 2 for 4 with a home run, an RBI and two runs scored.Friday at Bainbridge

Hardaway 011 320 5 --12 10 2

Bainbridge 000 000 0 --0 3 2

WP-- Bryan Pate (2-0). LP-- Tyler Lambert. Hitting leaders-- Hardaway, Blake Meadows 2-4, HR, RBI, 2 Rs, Tre'von Dorsey 2-4, RBI, 2 Rs, Cody Tucker 1-2, 2 RBIs, 2 Rs, Tony Locey 2-4 2 2Bs, 3 RBIs, R, Trent Abrams 1-2, 2 RBIs, R. Records-- Hardaway, 4-0; Bainbridge, 2-2. Next-- Hardaway, 5 p.m. Monday at Smiths Station.


The Panthers rolled to a 15-2 win over Muscle Shoals on Friday at home. Ty Galliher got the win and four players registered multi-hit games. They will play a doubleheader at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. today against Sparkman High and Davidson High, respectively.Friday at Smiths Station

Muscle Shoals 100 010 0 --2 4 1

Smiths Station 511 800 x --15 11 1

WP-- Ty Galliher (2-0). LP-- Colin Arthur (1-1). Hitting leaders-- Smiths Station, Grey Norton, 2-3, Devin Brown 2-3, Caleb Lynn 3-3, 2 2Bs, Max Newton 2-2, 2B. Records-- Smiths Station, 7-1; Bainbridge, 2-2. Next-- Smiths Station, today 11 a.m. vs. Sparkman at home, 4 p.m. vs. Davidson at home.


Brookstone put 10 runs on the board to defeat Wesleyan 10-4. Hunter Green notched two hits and two RBIs. Eliot Turner also recorded two hits.Friday at Wesleyan

Brookstone 402 021 1 --10 9 3

Wesleyan 010 200 1 --4 1 3

WP-- Jarrod Little. LP-- William Vance. Hitting leaders-- Brookstone, Hunter Green 2-4, 2 RBIs, Eliot Turner 2-4, 1 R, Matt Jones 1-2, 2B, RBI, 3 Rs. Records-- Brookstone, 3-0. Next-- Brookstone, 2 p.m. Saturday at Providence Christian Academy.



SELMA, Ala. -- Macey Tucker threw a shutout and Cailah Niles homered as Glenwood defeated Morgan Academy 2-0 in the Morgan Academy Pepsi Invitational.

The Lady Gators went 3-0 Friday in pool play. Glenwood also defeated Ashford Academy 5-4 and Marengo Academy 2-1. Whitley Pope picked up the win in both of those games.Friday at Selma, Ala.

Glenwood 100 010 0 --2 3 3

Morgan 000 000 0 --0 3 2

WP--Macey Tucker (4-0). LP--Bailey Mims. Hitting leaders--Glenwood: Cailah Niles, 1-3, HR. Records--Glenwood 5-0. Next--Glenwood vs. Cornerstone Christian today at noon. Glenwood, No. 1 seed, could play as many as four games today if they make it to the championship game.



Tristan Shytle scored two goals to lead Columbus to a win over Northside.

A.J. Yerkes also scored for the Blue Devils.Friday at Columbus State

Goals--Columbus: Tristan Shytle 2, A.J. Yerkes. Assists--Russell Lind, Tucker Oliver, Ruben Ramirez. Goalies--Cory Aycock, 8 saves. Seth Benoyt, 4 saves. Records--Columbus 4-0, Northside 2-1. Next: Columbus vs. Hardaway at Woodruff Farm Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. Northside vs. Harris County at Wooddruff Farm Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Brookstone 8,

Georgia Military 0

Martin Ramos scored five goals and had two assists to lead Brookstone to a win over Georgia Military.

Stephen Poydasheff, Jack Raines and Harish Alappan also scored goals for Brookstone.Friday at Brookstone

Goals--Brookstone: Martin Ramos 5, Stephen Poydasheff, Jack Raines, Harish Alappan. Assists--Alappan 3, Ramos 2, Raines 1, Jimmy East. Goalies--Brookstone: Ben Holt, 5 saves. Georgia Military: Connor Dean. Records--Brookstone 3-0. Next: Brookstone at Our Lady of Mercy in Fairburn, Ga., Monday at 7:30 p.m.


The Knights lost to Community Christian 5-0 at Woodruff Farm Soccer Complex on Friday. Community was led by Phillip Pavon's four goals. In the loss, Thomas Chappell recorded 15 saves for Calvary.Friday at Woodruff Farm

Goals-- Community, Phillip Pavon (4), Karson Kurey (1). Goalies-- Calvary, Thomas Chappell (15). Records-- Calvary, 1-2. Next: Calvary, 6 p.m. today vs. The Campus at Woodruff Farm.



The Hawks topped Chattahoochee County 5-1 at Woodruff Farm Soccer Complex on Friday. They were led by a pair of goals from Jose Cruz. Hardaway plays next on Wednesday against Columbus.Friday at Woodruff Farm

Goals-- Hardaway, Jose Cruz (2), Hector Zamudio (1), Jared Amanza (1), Squash Debradant (1). Assists-- Hardaway, Marcus Powell (2), Amanza (1), Debradant (1), Brock Martin (1). Goalies-- Hardaway, Ben Adamson (2). Records-- Hardaway, 3-0. Next: Hardaway, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday vs. Columbus High.




The Lady Cougars topped Georgia Military College 8-0 on Friday night at home behind a pair of strong performances from Rachel Moore and Juliana Caligaris, who each notched four goals. They play at Our Lady of Mercy on Monday.Friday at Brookstone

Goals-- Brookstone, Rachel Moore (4), Juliana Caligaris (4). Assists-- Brookstone, Moore (2), Cara Hunter (2), Caligaris (1), Allie Sheppard (1). Goalies-- Brookstone, Hayley Boyle (10). Records-- Brookstone, 3-0. Next: Brookstone, 5:30 p.m. Monday at Our Lady of Mercy.



The Lady Gators topped Morgan Academy 7-0 behind two goals from Emma Lee Gullatt and a shutout in goal by Mallory Todd. Glenwood plays next at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Hooper Academy.Friday at Glenwood

Goals-- Glenwood, Whitley Anderson (3), Cheyenne Hatcher (1), Shelbi Balleu (1), Jenna Wilson (1), Carson Collins (1). Assists-- Glenwood, Emma Lee Gullatt (2), Ceri Hodge (1), Krystina Barefoot (1), Emily Sawtelle (1), Brianna Fanning (1). Goalies-- Glenwood, Mallory Todd (4). Records-- Glenwood, 3-0. Next: Glenwood, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Hooper Academy.




The Calvary Christian girls came up short against Community Christian, losing 2-1 in overtime. Katie Shannon scored in the loss for the Lady Knights, who play at 4 p.m. today against Hope Christian School at Woodruff Farm.Friday at Woodruff Farm

Goals-- Community, Elise Fernandez (2); Calvary, Katie Shannon (1). Records-- Calvary, 0-2. Next: Calvary, 4 p.m. today vs. Hope Christian School.


Lane Burbrink scored the lone goalas Columbus defeated Northside.Friday at Woodruff Farm

Goals--Columbus: Lane Burbrink. Assists--Columbus: Gigi Schorr. Goalies--Columbus: Anna Scogin, 2 saves. Northside: Katie Mackie, 5 saves. Records--Columbus 3-0-0. Northside 1-2-1. Next: Columbus plays Woodward Academy at CSU Thursday at 6 p.m. Northside plays Harris County at Woodruff Farm Friday at 5:30 p.m.



The Chattahoochee County boys track team won a three-team meet at Brookstone on Thursday with 81 points. Terrell County was second with 64.5, followed by Brookstone with 24.5.

Terrell won the girls meet with 80, followed by Chattahoochee County with 46 and Brookstone with 37.

Thursday at Brookstone


Brookstone--Theresa Lunsford (PV), Ben Jones (PV), Adrianna Jackson (discus, shot), Anne Henley-Walker (1600, 800), Courtney Parker (3200)

Chattahoochee County--Kwanjala Jones (LJ), Nate White (discus), Malik Harris (shot), 4x100 girls relay, 4x100 boys relay, Anthony Hernandez (1600), Khora George (100), Chris Askew (100, 200), Fonzell Carr (800), Shvonya McDaniel (200), Damien Tully (300 hurdles), Anthony Hernandez (3200), 4x400 relay

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