High school roundup: Rosters announced for annual Herbert Greene All-Star games

FROM STAFF REPORTSMarch 20, 2014 

Rosters for the 2014 Herbert Greene All-Star games were released on Thursday night at an event at Carver High.

The games will be played on March 28 at Carver High.

On the boys side, Kendrick coach Collins Jones will lead the Georgia squad, while Walter Lewis will lead Alabama.

The Georgia team will feature players from Shaw, Hardaway, Harris County, Northside, Spencer, Kendrick, Carver, Columbus and Brookstone. All four area Alabama schools will be featured on the opposing team.

Among the Georgia stars will be a trio from Carver: Kimiun Woods, Drelon Freeman and Dominique Johnson. Woods, a pure point guard, averaged 13 points, six assists and three steals per game this season. Freeman was a 3-point specialist and averaged 14 points per game.

On Alabama, Central and Glenwood both send three to the game: Devin Pugh, Mark Rogers and Quataviouis Lewis for the Red Devils and Alex Hicks, Tanner Thomason and Ant Holtzclaw from Glenwood.

Russell County and Smiths Station also both have a pair in the game.

The Georgia girls, coached by Sterling Hicks of Kendrick, will feature four players from the state champion Lady Cherokees. Seniors Deja Cheatham, Ashunti Jack, Kahlia Lawrence and Donivan Dyson are all on the roster. Lawrence was one of the state's best players, averaging more than 26 points per game.

Alexia Manning and Jacqueria Gunter from Columbus will also play for Georgia.

Alabama features three Central girls, two Smiths Station girls and a Glenwood girl.

Tamara York will represent the Lady Gators after averaging a double-double this year, 12.8 points and 10.2 rebounds per game.

BASEBALL

COLUMBUS 4,CARROLLTON 2

Will Kilgore hit a two-run homer -- his second of the season -- as Columbus opened Region 5-AAAA play with a win over Carrollton.

Cason Greathouse picked up the win.Thursday at Columbus

Carrollton 000 200 0 --2 7 0

Columbus 211 000 x --4 6 0

WP--Cason Greathouse (2-1). LP--Williams (NA). Hitting leaders--Carrollton Garrett 2-3, 2B; Columbus Will Kilgore 1-2, HR, 2RBI; Al Jones 1-3, 3B. Records--Columbus 9-2, 1-0 Region 5-AAAA. Next--Columbus, Tuesday at LaGrange, 5:30 p.m.

JORDAN 15,SPENCER 0

Chance McKinnon and Javier Vizcarrondo hit homers as Jordan blanked Spencer in a game shortened to three innings due to the mercy rule.Thursday at Shirley Winston

Jordan 870 --15 8 0

Spencer 000 --0 0 7

WP--Austin Hamilton (1-0). LP--Abrams (NA). Hitting leaders--Jordan Chance McKinnon 1-3, HR, 3RBI; Javier Vizcarrondo 2-3, HR, 2RBI; Zack Tice 1-2, 3RBI. Records--Jordan 6-5, 4-2 . Next--Jordan, Saturday, Brookstone, noon; Pacelli, 2 p.m.

GLENWOOD 4,LEE-SCOTT 3

Dylan Denny, Chad Silvani and Luke Hammock each had two hits to lead Glenwood to a win over Lee-Scott.Thursday at Glenwood

Lee-Scott 102 000 0 --3 5 1

Glenwood 121 000 x --4 12 3

WP--Lawson Humphries (3-1). Save--Tanner Thomason (1). LP--Samford. Hitting leaders--Glenwood: Dylan Denny 2-4, R, 2 SBs; Chad Silvani 2-3, 2B, Luke Hammock, 2-2, 2B, RBI. Records--Glenwood 15-4, 2-0. Next--Glenwood vs Russell Christian Academy in Monroeville, Ala., today at 5:30 p.m. in the Monroe County tournament.

SOFTBALL

SPARKMAN 8,CENTRAL 2

HARVEST, Ala. -- Sparkman scored five runs in the first inning and went on to defeat Central.Thursday at Harvest, Ala.

Central 000 200 0 --2 10 3

Sparkman 502 100 x --8 12 5

WP--Samantha Mayhall. LP--Allie Kelley (5-4). Hitting leaders--Central: Kaelen Scott 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI; Taylor Corbett 2-4; Kristin Studds 2-4; Madison Graham 2-3, R. Records--Central 10-9, 3-0. Next--NA.

boys soccer

GLENWOOD 1, LEE-SCOTT 0

Mikey Starke scored the lone goal as Glenwood won.Thursday at Glenwood

Goals--Mikey Starke. Assists--None. Goalies--Glenwood: Mikey Starke, Jordan Jones. Records--Glenwood 7-5 AISA 3A. Next: Glenwood hosts Autauga today at 7 p.m.

girls soccer

Glenwood 10,LEE-SCOTT 0

Emily Robertson scored three goals to lead Glenwood to a win over Lee-Scott.Thursday at Glenwood

Goals--Glenwood: Emily Robertson 3, Whitley Henderson 2, Carson Collins 2, Alison Jobe, Teri Hodge, Emma Lee Gullatt. Assists--Glenwood: Robertson 2, Cara Obert, Jenna Wilson 3, Anderson 2, Brianna Fanning. Goalies--Mallory Todd, 4 saves. Records--Glenwood: 8-1. Next: Glenwood hosts Autauga Academy today at 5 p.m.

BOYS SOCCER

CALVARY 5,CREEKSIDE 3

MCDONOUGH, Ga. -- Joshua Mixon scored four goals to lead Calvary Christian.Thursday at Creekside

Goals--Calvary Joshua Mixon 4, Clayton Barefield. Creekside NA. Assists--Calvary Brandon McQuinn 2, Andrew Johnson, Lance Boyd. Goalies--Calvary Thomas Chappell 10 saves. Records--calvary 5-5. Next: Calvary, Saturday vs. New Creation, 3 p.m. at Woodruff.

GIRLS TENNIS

COLUMBUS 5,SANDY CREEK 0

Madely Boren defeated Kayla Triche 6-1, 6-1 in No. 1 singles to lead Columbus to a win over Sandy Creek.Thursday

Singles results

No. 1: Madely Boren (CHS) def. Kayla Triche 6-1, 6-1; No. 2: Maddison Abell (CHS) def. Ellie Klarl 6-0, 6-3; No. 3: Mayu Onoe (CHS) def. Johanna Holm 6-1, 6-0.Doubles resultsNo. 1: Kate Mize/Abby Courville (CHS) def. Emily Brooks/Carlisle Vidourek 6-1, 6-1; No. 2: Akshaya Shan/Elizabeth Steelmon (CHS) def. Saleese Poling/Rachel Wood 6-0, 6-0.

Record 12-2, 4-0. Next: Columbus at LaGrange Monday at 4 p.m.

RIFLE

COLUMBUS 1,154,CARVER-ATLANTA 930

Columbus easily defeated Carver-Atlanta in the first round of the GHSA state rifle tournament.

Veronica Leggett led Columbus with a 291.

Columbus will have another match next week. The opponent and the date and time have not been determined.

Thursday

Columbus (1154)

Veronica Leggett 291, Kelly Orck 288, Sierra Moon 288, Josh Gonzales 287

Carver-Atlanta (930)

Justus Keaton 252, Malik Hills 239, Alex Pittman 231, Adrian Neri 208.

LATE THURSDAY

BASEBALL

AUBURN 6-10,SMITHS STATION 3-8

AUBURN, Ala. -- Auburn used a grand slam in each game to sweep Smiths Station.

Thursday at Auburn

Game 1

Smiths Station 011 001 0--3 8 3

Auburn 500 100 x--6 6 1

WP--Ryan Watson (NA). LP--Rivera (NA). Leading Hitters--Smiths Station Brown 1-3, RBI; Norton 2-4, HR, RBI; Lawrence 1-2, 2B. Auburn Andrew Naismith 2-3, HR, 4 RBI.

Game 2

Smiths Station 102 005 0--8 7 0

Auburn 005 320 x--10 14 3

WP--Michael Lee (NA). LP--Galliher (NA). Leading Hitters--Smiths Station Dunnivan 1-4, 2B, R; Norton 1-5, 2R, RBI; Sinquefield 1-3, R; Lynn 2-3, HR, 2R, 2B, 2RBI; Bryan 1-3, RBI. Auburn 3-4, 2R, 2RBI, Bradley Northcutt 3-3, 2 R, 2RBI. Haven Barnes 1-4, HR, 4 RBI. Records: Smiths Station 0-2 Class 6A Area 5. Auburn 14-11, 2-0.

LACROSSE

COLUMBUS 8,CARROLLTON 5

Kathryn Wood scored three goals to lead Columbus.

Thursday

Goals--Columbus Kathryn Wood 3, Joy Holden 2, Lily Pyburn 2, Mckenzie Siter. Keeper--Columbus Paige Taylor 7 saves. Record: Columbus 2-7. Next: Columbus, Saturday at Lovett.

GIRLS TENNIS

GLENWOOD 7,LAKESIDE 0

The Glenwood girls shut out Lakeside.

Thursday at Cliff Farrar Tennis Center

Singles

No. 1: Annslee Reis d. Alexandra Calton 7-5, 6-2; No. 2: Elizabeth Redmon d. Claire Atkins 6-0, 6-0; No. 3: Abby Redmon d. Sarah Abney Garrison 6-0, 6-1; No. 4: Jaylee Sawtell d. Caroline Richards 6-0, 6-0; No. 5: Morgan Kennon (G) d. Morgan Self (L) 6-1, 6-0

Doubles

No. 1: Redmon/Redmon d. Calton/Atkins 8-4; No. 2: Reis/Sawtelle (G) d. Garrison/Morgan Hale 8-0

Record: Glenwood, 9-2. Next: Glenwood, March 31 at Monroe.

SHAW 5, TROUP 0

The Shaw girls defeated Troup.

Thursday

Singles

No. 1: Regina Falcon d. Bailey Lawson, 8-1; No. 2: Kayla Blackman d. Malory Godfery 8-0; No. 3: Yujin Hicks d. Shawndrel Smith 8-0.

Doubles

No. 1: Carley/Douglas d. Leaner Kuhnert 9-7. No. 2: Shaw won by forfeit.

Record: Shaw 9-2, 3-2.

BOYS TENNIS

Lakeside 6,Glenwood 1

The Glenwood boys lost to Lakeside.

Thursday at Cliff Farrar Tennis Center

Singles

No. 1: Andrew Hodnette (L) d. Kyle Zumstein 6-0, 6-1; No. 2: Hayden Bough (L) d. Mason Stickles 6-0, 6-0; No. 3: Blair Saunders (G) d. Sparks Nolan 6-7, 6-0, (11-9); No. 4: Matt Voores (L) d. Chase Pennington 6-1, 6-2; No. 5: Hunter Bough (L) d. Micah Herring 6-3, 6-1

Doubles

No. 1: Hodnette/Nolan (L) d. Zumstein/Stickles 8-4; No. 2: Bough/Voores (L) d. Saunders/Herring (G) 8-0

Record: Glenwood, 1-9. Next: Glenwood, March 31 at Monroe.

SHAW 5, TROUP 0

The Shaw boys defeated Troup.

Thursday

Singles

No. 1: Gavon Adome won by forfeit; No. 2: Steven Broom d. Alex Munoz 6-0, 6-0; No. 3: Gerald Douglas d. Trevor Cottle, 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles

No. 1: Ismail Edwards/Charles Boggs d. N/A 6-0, 6-0. No. 2: Charlie Ellison/Anderson Pegeuro won by forfeit.

BOYS GOLF

CENTRAL WINS

Drew Welsch shot a 76 to win medalist honors in the Central High School Invitational.

The Red Devils won the team title as well with a 346, 10 shots better than Smiths Station.

Thursday at Lakewood

Team: Central 346, Smiths Station 356, Opelika 363, Shaw 431, Hardaway 440.

Individuals

Central: Drew Welsch 76, Tyler Bishop 86, Jeremy Dunnivan 95, Chase Abbott 89.

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