High school roundup: Hardaway's Meadows hits walk-off, 2-run homer

FROM STAFF REPORTSMarch 14, 2014 

Blake Meadows hit a walk-off, two-run homer to give Hardaway a come-from-behind 3-2 win over Lee County on Friday afternoon.

Tre'von Dorsey reached on a one-out single, then Lee County recorded the second out before Meadows won the game for the Hawks with a blast to left-center field.

Meadows also drove in Hardaway's first run in the first inning.Friday at Hardaway

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Hardaway 100 000 2 --3 8 4

WP--Bryan Pate (4-0). LP--Michael Hatcher (NA). Hitting leaders--Lee County Jordan Reep 1-3, 2B; Hardaway Blake Meadows 2-4, HR, 3RBI; Tre'von Dorsey 2-4, R; Trent Abrams 1-3, 2B, R. Records-- Hardaway 8-1, 3-1 Region 1-AAAAA. Next--Hardaway, Saturday, 1 p.m. vs. Smiths Station (at Darnell); 6 p.m. at Central.

GLENWOOD 6,TIFTAREA 2

Lawson Humphries picked up the win and also drove in a pair of runs as Glenwood beat Tiftarea in a game in the Border Wars tournament. The Gators were scheduled to play again late Friday night.Friday at Glenwood

Tiftarea 110 000 --2 4 2

Glenwood 111 102 --6 7 1

WP--Lawson Humphries (2-1). LP--Dan Folsom (NA). Hitting leaders--Glenwood Brandon Moseley 2-4, Humphries 2-4, 2RBI. Records--Glenwood 12-3.

CALVARY CHR. 12,THE CAMPUS 2

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. -- Andrew Walsh earned the win and also drove in a run as Calvary Christian beat The Campus in a game shortened to six innings by the mercy rule.Friday at Peachtree City

Calvary Chr. 250 203 --12 14 2

The Campus 000 110 --2 5 5

WP--Andrew Walsh (2-0). LP--T. Simmons (NA). Hitting leaders--Calvary Christian Trent Burns 2-4; Andrew Walsh 2-3, RBI; Cole Parker 2-4; Jon Jon Brown 2-4; Cody Russell 2-4. Records--Calvary Christian 4-2. Next--Calvary Christian, Saturday, 2 p.m., home vs. Ezekial.

JORDAN 13,TEMPLE 3

TEMPLE, Ga. -- Austin Baker hit a grand slam in the third inning to lead Jordan to a five-inning rout of Temple.

Chance McKinnon went 4-for-4 with three RBI.Friday at Temple

Jordan 156 01 --13 13 1

Temple 000 03 --3 5 5

WP--Calob Broadwell (4-0). LP--Isiam (NA). Hitting leaders--Jordan CJ White 2-4, 3RBI, 2B; Chance McKinnon 4-4, 3RBI; Austin Baker 1-3, HR, 5 RBI; Javier Vizcarrondo 2-4, 2B; Calob Broadwell 2-3, RBI. Records--Jordan 5-4, 3-1 Region 5-AA. Next--Jordan, at Spencer, Tuesday.

MARION CO. 10, PACELLI 3

Dustin Eckert drove in two runs and Trent Miller picked up the win as Marion County defeated Pacelli.Friday at Pacelli

Marion Co. 604 000 0 --10 11 2

Pacelli 101 100 0 --3 6 2

WP--Trent Miller (2-1). LP--Harris. Hitting leaders--Marion Co.: Brandon Dumas 2-5, 2 Rs; Dustin Eckert 2-3, 2B, 2 RBI; J.J. Fuller 2-4, Jaryd Hines 1-4, RBI; Dylan Price, 1-3, 2B, 2 RBI; C.J. Dudley 1-4, 2B, RBI; Dustin Pickren 1-2. Pacelli: Harris 2-4; Miller, 2-4. Records--Marion County: 6-3, 2-0. Next--Marion County at Lamar County Monday at 5:55 p.m.

HARRIS CO. 15,TCC 5

THOMASVILLE, Ga. -- Casey Cobb went 3-for-4, including a homer, and drove in three runs to lead Harris County to a win over Thomas County Central.

A.J. Willoughby (3-0) picked up the win. He also drove in three runs. Hughes Massengale went 2-for-2 and drove in four runs.Friday at Thomasville, Ga.

Harris Co. 045 60 --15 16 2

TCC 410 00 --5 8 0

WP--A.J. Willoughby (3-0). LP--Singletary. Hitting leaders--Harris Co.: Kurt Ornowski 3-4. 3 2Bs 2 RBI; Hughes Massengale 2-2, 4 RBI; A.J. Willoughy 2-4, 2B, 3 RBI; Casey Cobb 3-4, 2B, HR, 3 RBI. Records--Harris County 8-2, 4-0. Next--Harris County vs. Pine Forest (Florida) at Glenwood Monday at 5 p.m.

Columbus 2,North Florida 1

Cason Greathouse went 2-for-3 for Columbus High in a win over North Florida.Friday at Columbus

N. Florida 000 000 1 --1 3 1

Columbus 100 100 x --2 6 0

WP-- Jacob Pate (1-0). LP-- Sands. Hitting leaders-- Columbus: Cason Greathouse 2-3. Records-- Columbus 7-1. Next-- Columbus vs. Ponte Vedra today, 9 a.m. at Jacksonville University.

Boys SOCCER

FPD 3, Pacelli 2

First Presbyterian Day defeated Pacelli in a shootout following two extra-time periods.

The match was tied 2-2 after regulation and two 5-minute overtime periods.

First Presbyterian then won the match by outscoring Pacelli 3-2 in the shootout matchups.Friday at Woodruff Farm

Goals--Pacelli: Luke Dawahare, Michael Mansfield. Assists--Matt Meyer, Manuel Duran. First Presbyterian Day: Steven Dance, Kevin Griggs. Goalies--Pacelli: Daniel Mansfield, 4 saves. Records--Pacelli: 2-8, 0-2. Next: Pacelli vs. Georgia Military College in Milledgeville today 3 p.m.

Brookstone 3,Strong Rock 0

Miller Page had two goals for Brookstone and Martin Ramos had one in a win over Strong Rock Christian.Friday at Brookstone

Goals-- Brookstone: Miller Page (2), Martin Ramos. Assists-- Brookstone: Harish Alappan (2). Goalies-- Brookstone: Ben Holt 2 saves, Eddie Bridgewater 1 save. Records-- Brookstone 7-1. Next: Smiths Station at Brookstone, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.

BOYS SOCCER

Mount DeSales 7, Calvary Chr. 1

ALBANY, Ga. -- Brandon McQuinn had the lone goal for Calvary Christian in a losing effort to Mount Desales.Friday at Sherwood

Goals-- Calvary Christian Brandon McQuinn. Goalies-- Calvary Christian: Thomas Chappell 21 saves. Records-- Calvary Christian 3-4. Next: Calvary Christian vs. Robert Tombs, today 9 a.m.

girls soccer

BROOKSTONE 7,strong rock 0

Rachel Moore scored four goals and Julianna Caligaris added three to lead Brookstone to a win over Strong Rock.Friday at Brookstone

Goals--Rachel Moore 4, Julianna Caligaris 3. Assists--Moore 2, Allie Sheppard 2, Gabriela Caligaris. Goalies--Brookstone: Haley Boyle, 6 saves. Records--Brookstone 6-2. Next: Brookstone hosts Smiths Station Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

GIRLS SOCCER

CALVARY CHRISTIAN SPLITS

ALBANY, Ga. -- Ashlyn Grantham had two goals for Calvary Christian in a win against Georgia Christian.Game 1

Friday at Sherwood

Goals-- Calvary Christian: Sydney White, Ashlyn Grantham (2). Assists-- Calvary Christian: Katie Shannon (2). Goalies-- Calvary Christian Caroline Scoggins 9 saves.Game 2

Friday at Sherwood.Goals-- Calvary Christian: Sydney White, Shannon. Goalies-- Calvary Christian Caroline Scoggins 7 saves. Record: Calvary Christian 2-5. Next: Calvary Christian vs. TBD, today, time TBD.

GIRLS TENNIS

GLENWOOD 7, COOSA 0

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Glenwood girls rolled over Coosa Valley.Friday at Birmingham

Singles results

No. 1: Annslee Reis (G) d. Grace Baker 8-1; No. 2: Elizabeth Redmon (G) won by forfeit; No. 3: Abby Redmon (G) d. Mary Ferrell 8-0; No. 4: Charley Woodall (G) d. Brandi Cain 8-0; No. 5: Morgan Kennon (G) d. Emma Gerald (CVA) 8-1.Doubles resultsNo. 1: Redmon/Redmon (G) d. Baker/Ferrell 8-0; No. 2: Woodall/Kennon (G) d. Cain/Gerald (CVA) 8-1.

Record: Glenwood 6-2. Next: Glenwood, at Springwood, Tuesday.

COLUMBUS WINS TWICE

LAGRANGE, Ga. -- Columbus won a pair of matches in the Granger Invitational, 4-1 over Calhoun and 4-1 over North Hall.Friday at LaGrange

Columbus 4, Calhoun 1

Singles results

No. 1: Madelyn Boren (Co) def. Caroline Tarpley 6-4, 6-3; No. 2: Sam Stewart (Ca) def. Maddison Abell 6-1, 0-6, 10-8; No. 3: Mayu Onoe (Co) def. Marlee Nicholson 3-6, 6-4, 10-6.Doubles resultsNo. 1: Abby Courville/Kate MIze (Co) def. Calli Davis/Emily Brumlow 6-2, 6-3; No. 2: Kinsley Kirkland/Elizabeth Steelmon (CHS) def. Madison Turner/Emily Jourdain 6-4, 6-2.Columbus 4, North Hall 1

Singles resultsNo. 1: Madelyn Boren (Co) def. Natalie Oxley 6-2, 6-0; No. 2: Abby Courville (Co) def. Kelsey McCray 6-2, 6-0; No. 3: Courtney Barnes (NH) def. Jazmine Moody 6-2, 6-4.Doubles resultsNo. 1: Maddison Abell/Kate Mize (Co) def. Tricia Dial/Kaitlyn Smith 6-2, 6-3; No. 2: Mayu Onoe/Kinsley Kirkland (CHS) def. Karleigh Dills/McKay Higginbotham 6-4, 6-2.

Record: Columbus 9-1. Next: Columbus, Saturday vs. Heard County, 8:30 p.m., at LaGrange

BOYS TENNIS

COOSA 6,GLENWOOD 1

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The Glenwood boys fell to Coosa Valley.Friday at Birmingham

Singles results

No. 1: Ben Gissendaner (CVA) d. Kyle Zumstein 8-7; No. 2: Mason Stickles (G) d. Caleb Lyle 8-0; No. 3: Benji Puckett (CVA) d. Blair Saunders 8-7; No. 4: Colton Cain (CVA) d. Chase Pennington 8-5; No. 5: Josh Baker (CVA) d. Micah Herring 8-3.Doubles resultsNo. 1: Gissendaner/Puckett (CVA) d. Zumstein/Herring 8-5; No. 2: Colton/Baker (CVA) d. Saunders/Pennington 8-1.

Record: Glenwood 1-6. Next: Glenwood, at Springwood, Tuesday.

NEW CREATION 4,CALVARY CHR. 1

MCDONOUGH, Ga. -- Calvary Christian lost to New Creation.Friday at McDonough

Singles results

No. 1: Nathan Brown (NC) d. Daniel Strickland 6-1, 6-4. No. 2: Joel Umana (CC) d. Eli Pettite, 1-6, 7-5, 6-0. No. 3: Garrett Skipper (NC) d. Dalton Williams, 6-0, 6-0.

LATE THURSDAY

SOFTBALL

GLENWOOD 5,MACON-East 0

CECIL, Ala. -- Kirstin Reynolds hit a homer, and Macey Tucker pitched a five-hitter as Glenwood blanked Macon-East.Thursday at Macon-East

Glenwood 010 004 0 --5 7 4

home 000 000 0 --0 5 2

WP--Macey Tucker (10-1). LP--Bailey Singleton (NA). Hitting leaders--Glenwood Kirstin Reynolds 2-3, RBI, HR; Sarah Kate Smith 1-2, 2RBI. Records--Glewnwood 15-3. Next--Glkenwood, home Monday vs. Hooper, 5:30 p.m.

GIRLS TENNIS

SHAW 4, SANDY CREEK 1

Shaw won all the matches except No. 1 singles.Thursday

Singles results

No. 1: Kayla Triche (SC) d. Regina Falcon 7-6, 7-5; No. 2: Kayla Blackmon (S) d. Ellie Klar 6-1, 6-1; No. 3: Yujin Hicks (S) d. Johanna Holm 7-6, 7-2.Doubles resultsNo. 1: Carley Douglas/Gabby Alexander (S) d. Emily Brooks/Rachel Wood, 6-4, 5-7, 1-0; No. 2: Kaitlyn Clarke/Minyoung Jang (S) d. Saleese Poling/Skylar Ingram, 4-6, 6-4, 1-0.

Record: Shaw 6-2, 1-2. Next: Shaw, Tuesday at Fayette County.

TRACK AND FIELD

BROOKSTONE GIRLS WIN

The Brookstone girls won a four-team meet at home on Thursday.

The Brookstone boys finished second to Schley County.

Winners for the Brookstone boys were Ben Jones (pole vault) and Wesley Tillman (110 high hurdles).

Winners for the Brookstone girls were Theresa Lunsford (pole vault), Jazaria Brown (triple jump and 400), Adrianna Jackson (discus), Rachel Moore (100), Kaylen Long (200), Anne Henley Walker (3,200) and the 4x 400 relay team (Lunsford, Brown, Isabel McCluskey, Long).

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