High school roundup: Hardaway hands Brookstone first loss with 4-1 win

FROM STAFF REPORTSMarch 10, 2014 

Hardaway handed Brookstone its first loss of the season Monday with a 4-1 win.

Marcus Powell led Hardaway with two goals. Martin Ramos scored the lone goal for Brookstone.

Monday at Brookstone

Goals-- Hardaway: Marcus Powell (2), Gabe Julian, Squash Debratant; Brookstone: Martin Ramos. Assists-- Hardaway: Brock Martin (2), Powell, Julian. Goalies-- Hardaway: Ant Adamson 5 saves; Brookstone NA. Records-- Hardaway 4-1; Brookstone 6-1. Next: Hardaway vs. Shaw, Wednesday at Woodruff Farm, 7:30 p.m.

BOYS SOCCER

Calvary Chr. 5, The Campus 1

FAYETTEVILLE, Ga. -- Tucker Jones led Calvary Christian with two goals in a win over The Campus.

Monday at The Campus

Goals-- Calvary Christian: Tucker Jones (2), Clayton Barefield, Brandon McQuinn, Joshua Mixon; The Campus Taylor Waldrip. Assists-- Calvary Christian: Jones, Barfield, McQuinn, Mixon. Goalies-- Calvary Christian: Thomas Chappell 17 saves. Records-- Calvary Christian 3-4. Next: Calvary Christian at Sherwood Invitational in Albany, Ga., Friday, 5 p.m.

Columbus 5, Newnan 0

Brandon Vance had two goals for Columbus in a win over Newnan.

Monday at Columbus State

Goals-- Columbus: Cameron Hite, Brandon Vance (2), Tyler Vance, Tristan Shytle. Assists-- Columbus: Tucker Oliver, T. Vance, Hite. Goalies-- Columbus: Cory Aycock 4 saves, Noah Wallace 2 saves; Newnan: Danquez Sinkfield 12 saves. Records-- Columbus 7-0. Next: Columbus vs. East Coweta, Friday at Columbus State, 7:30 p.m.

GIRLS SOCCER

Glenwood 10, Coosa Valley 0

HARPERSVILLE, Ala. -- Emily Robertson had three goals for Glenwood in a rout of Coosa Valley.

Monday at Coosa Valley

Goals-- Glenwood: Emily Robertson (3), Teri Hodge, Cara Opert, Malorigh Todd, Whitley Anderson (2), Emily Sawtelle, Brianna Fanning. Assists-- Glenwood: Cheyenne Hatcher, Ansley Lynn, Hodge(3), Opert, Emma Lee Gullatt (2), Anderson. Goalies-- Glenwood: Shelbi Ballew 1 save. Records-- Glenwood 5-0. Next: Fort Dell at Glenwood, today, 6 p.m.

Columbus 6, Newnan 0

Gigi Schorr scored three goals for Columbus High in a win over Newnan.

Monday at Columbus State

Goals-- Columbus Gigi Schorr (3), Kimberly May (2), Rachel Cochran. Assists-- Columbus: Kyla Wright (2), Taylor Schuler, Sarah Nell Beach. Goalies-- Columbus: Anna Scogins 2 saves; Newnan: April Rogers 16 saves. Records-- Columbus 4-0-1. Next: Columbus at Whitewater, today, 6 p.m.

Brookstone 9, Hardaway 1

Rachel Moore scored six goals for Brookstone in a win over Hardaway. Tia Price scored Hardaway's goal.

Monday at Brookstone

Goals-- Brookstone: Rachel Moore (6), Juliana Caligaris (2), Redding Byrd; Hardaway: Tia Price. Assists-- Brookstone: Moore (3), Gabriela Caligaris (3), J. Caligaris, Lindsey Giglio, Cara Hunter. Goalies-- Brookstone: Haley Boyle 3 saves, Lucy Simpkins 1 save; Hardaway: Alexis Kelley 5 saves. Records-- Brookstone 4-2; Hardaway NA. Next: Brookstone vs. Pacelli, Wednesday at Woodruff Farm, 5:30 p.m.

BASEBALL

Marion Co. 12, Jordan 1

Trent Miller went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs for Marion County in a win over Jordan.

Monday at Jordan

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WP-- Dustin Eckert (2-0). LP-- McKinnon. Hitting leaders-- Marion County: Trent Miller 2-3 dbl, 2 RBI: Eckert 2-4 RBI: J.J. Fuller 2-4 RBI: Jared Hines 1-2 triple, 3 runs; Jordan NA. Records-- Marion County 4-3; Jordan NA. Next-- Schley County at Marion County, today, 6 p.m.; Jordan vs. ChattCo, today 6 p.m.

Shaw 14, Pacelli 7

Brett Morrison and Mitchell Gaddis had one home run each for Shaw in a win over Pacelli.

Monday at Shaw

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Shaw 011 237 x --14 17 0

WP-- Isaiah Arnold (2-0). LP-- NA. Hitting leaders-- Shaw: Brett Morrison 3-5 dbl, HR, 2 RBIs, 2 runs: Antonio Evans 3-5 2 runs, RBI: Mitchell Gaddis 2-4 HR, 2 RBI, 2 runs: Ethan Lakeman 2-3 2 RBI, 2 runs; Pacelli: Seguin 2-3 2 runs, RBI: Hughes 2-4 2 RBI: Brena 2-3 2 runs. Records-- Shaw 3-3; Pacelli NA. Next-- Harris County at Shaw, Wednesday, 4:30 p.m.

Newnan 3, Northside 2

NEWNAN, Ga. -- Jacob Hinson went 1-for-3 with an RBI for Northside in a losing effort to Newnan.

Monday at Newnan

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WP-- Steele. LP-- Jalen Lotta. Hitting leaders-- Jacob Hinson 1-3 RBI. Records-- Northside 5-2. Next-- Northside at Bainbridge Friday, 6 p.m.

SOFTBALL

Glenwood 5, Springwood 2

LANETT, Ala, -- Cailah Niles had a two-run home run for Glenwood in a win over Springwood.

Monday at Springwood

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WP-- Macey Tucker (10-1). LP-- Megan Gillespie. Hitting leaders-- Glenwood: Cailah Niles 2-2 HR, 2 RBI: Haviland Harden 2-4: Elizabeth Perdue 1-3 2 RBIs. Records-- Glenwood 13-3. Next-- Glenwood at Lakeside, today, 4:30 p.m.

Central 12, Eufaula 7

EUFAULA, Ala. -- Caitlin Bowman went 1-for-3 with four RBIs for Central in a win over Eufaula.

Monday at Eufaula

Central 015 501 0 --12 12 0

Eufaula 010 113 1 --7 13 4

WP-- Katie Webb. LP-- Laura Turchiano. Hitting leaders-- Central: Caitlin Bowman 1-3 4 RBIs: Bailey Pelkey 2-3 3 RBI: Webb 1-3 2 RBI: Kristin Studds 1-5 2 RBI. Records-- Central 7-6. Next-- Opelika at Central, Tuesday, 7 p.m.

BOYS TENNIS

Fort Dale 6, Glenwood 1

Glenwood fell to Fort Dale 6-1 Monday in Phenix City. Kyle Zumstein was the match winner for Glenwood.

Monday at Phenix City

Singles results

No. 1: Kyle Zumstein (G) d. Curt Davis (FD) 3-6, 6-4,(10-5); No. 2: Warren Matthews (FD) d. Mason Stickles (G) 6-2, 6-2; No. 3: Hill Dunklin (FD) won by Forfeit; No. 4: Hunter Craig (FD) d. Chase Pennington (G) 6-3, 4-6, (10-4); No. 5: Stephen Hartley (FD) d. Micah Herring (G) 6-3, 1-6, (10-4).Doubles resultsNo. 1: Davis/Dunklin (FD) d. Zumstein/Stickles (G) 8-6; No. 2: Matthews/Craig (FD) d. Pennington/Herring (G) 8-3.

Record: Glenwood 1-5. Next: Glenwood at Coosa Valley, Friday.

GIRLS TENNIS

Columbus 7, Opelika 2

OPELIKA, Ala. -- Columbus High defeated Opelika 7-2 Monday playing Alabama rules.

Monday at Opelika

Singles results

No. 1: Madelyn Boren (CHS) def. Anna Lazenby 6-4, 3-6, 10-4; No. 2 April Wade (OHS) def. Maddison Abell 7-5, 4-6, 10-8; No. 3: Abby Courville (CHS) def. Ashley Robertson 6-2, 6-3

No. 4: Mayu Onoe (CHS) def. Sam Herring 6-2, 6-0; No. 5: Jazmine Moody (CHS) def. Emma Grace Scullen 6-1, 6-0; No. 6: Lauryn Douglas (CHS) def. Taylor Watson 6-1, 6-3.Doubles resultsNo. 1: Madelyn Boren/Kate Mize (CHS) def. Anna Lazenby/April Wade 11-9; No. 2: Ashley Robertson/Sam Hering (OHS) def. Akshaya Shan/Elizabeth Steelmon 10-8; No. 3: Kinsley Kirkland/Mallika Chauhan (CHS) def. Emma Grace Scullen/Taylor Watson 10-4.

Record: Columbus 6-1. Next: Columbus vs. Carrollton, Wednesday at Lakebottom, 4 p.m.

Fort Dale 4, Glenwood 3

Glenwood fell to Fort Dale 4-3 Monday in Phenix City.

Monday at Phenix City

Singles results

No. 1: Ashton Scott (FD) d. Annslee Reis (G) 6-1, 6-1; No. 2: Marion Lightfoot (FD) d. Elizabeth Redmon (G) 3-6, 6-2, (10-2); No. 3: Mary Claire Carlton (FD) d. Abby Redmond (G) 6-1, 6-3; No. 4: Jaylee Sawtelle (G) d. Madison Gaston (FD) 6-1, 6-0; No. 5: Morgan Kennon (G) d. Jennifer Arnold (FD) 6-2, 6-2.Doubles resultsNo. 1: Redmon/Redmon (G) d. Scott/Gaston (FD) 8-2; No. 2: Lightfoot/Carlton (FD) d. Reis/Sawtelle (G) 9-7.

Record: Glenwood 4-2. Next: Glenwood vs. Eastwood Christian, Thursday at Auburn.

BOYS GOLF

Pacelli 185, Schley Co. 216

CUSSETA, Ga. -- Matt Oliver shot a 37 to lead Pacelli in a win over Schley County.

Monday at Red Oak

Pacelli: Matt Oliver 37, Chris Gudz 49, Hal Woods 45, Eric Lawrence 54. Schley County: Clint Long 50, Brian Crews 51, Zack Martin 55, Jeb Jones 60.

Record: Pacelli 1-1. Next: Pacelli vs. Shaw, today at Red Oak, 4 p.m.

GIRLS GOLF

SCHLEY CO. 89, PACELLI 107

CUSSETA, Ga. -- Sarah Grace Drop shot a 37 for Pacelli in a losing effort to Schley County.

Monday at Red Oak

Pacelli: Sarah Grace Drop 37, Taylor Cooper 70; Schley County: Jordan Booker 37, Haley Sellars 52.

Record: Pacelli 1-1. Next: Pacelli vs. Northside at Bull Creek, today, 4 p.m.

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