High school roundup: Schorr leads No. 3 Lady Blue Devils past No. 5 Alexander

FROM STAFF REPORTSMarch 21, 2014 

DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. -- Gigi Schorr scored three goals to lead No. 3 Columbus to a 5-1 victory over No. 5 Alexander on Friday.

Anna Scogin had six saves for the Blue Devils, who are 6-1-1 overall and 2-0 in Region 5-AAAA.

Friday at Alexander

Goals--Columbus Gigi Schorr 3, Kimberly May, Kyla Wright. Alexander Teonna Hawkins. Assists-- Columbus Lane Burbrink, Taylor Schuler, Nada Elrhalami. Goalies--Columbus Anna Scogin 6 saves. Alexander Rachel Ash 13 saves. Records--Columbus 6-1-1, 2-0 Region 5-AAAA. Alexander 5-2, 3-1. Next:Columbus, Saturday, 1:30 p.m., at Riverwood. Alexander, Tuesday home vs. Troup, 5:30 p.m.

GLENWOOD 10,AUTAUGA 0

Cara Obert, Emma Lee Gullatt and Whitley Anderson each scored two goals to lead Glenwood to a win over Autauga. Friday at Glenwood

Goals--Glenwood, Cara Obert 2, Emma Lee Gullatt 2, Whitley Anderson 2, Ansley Lynn, Teri Hodge, Jenna Wilson, Mallory Todd. Assists--Emily Robertson, Cheyenne Hatcher, MacKenzie Morefield, Anderson, Emily Sawtelle, Brianna Fanning. Goalies--Mallory Todd, Aliah Ojendyke, 2 saves. Records--Glenwood 9-1. Next: Glenwood at Lee-Scott April 3 at 5:30 p.m.

SHAW 3, KENDRICK 0

Charity Harris scored a pair of goals to lead Shaw. Friday at Woodruff

Goals--Shaw Alishah Ferguson, Charity Harris 2. Assists--Shaw Rolonda Belton, Emitt Brown. Goalies--Shaw Shelby Herold 5 saves. Kendrick Elaiciya Hicks, 13 saves.

BOYS SOCCER

Columbus 3, Alexander 1

DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. -- Tristan Shytle scored two goals to lead Columbus to a win over Alexander.

Friday at Douglasville, Ga.

Goals--Column Tristan Shytle 2, Tyler Vance. Alexander: Kevin Frost. Assists--Columbus: Cameron Hite 2, Jonathan Mann. Goalies--Columbus: Cory Aycock, 10 saves. Alexander: Matthew Kreider, 11 saves. Records--Columbus 9-0, 2-0. Alexander 3-4. Next: Columbus hosts Shaw Monday at 7:30 p.m. at Woodruff Farm. Alexander hosts Troup County Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

GLENWOOD 2, AUTAUGA ACAD. 1

Thomas Camacho and Mikey Starke each had a goal for Glenwood in a win over Autauga Academy.

Friday at Glenwood

Goals-- Glenwood: Thomas Camacho: Mikey Starke; Autauga: Eric Graham. Assists-- Glenwood: Jerome Cook (2); Autauga: Dan Wendland. Goalies-- Glenwood: Mikey Starke (3), Jordan Jones (2); Autauga: Kent Green (10). Records-- Glenwood: 8-5. Next: Glenwood: N/A.

HARDAWAY 4, NORTHSIDE 3

Hector Damudio scored in penalty kicks as Hardaway edged Northside.

Friday at Woodruff

Goals--Hardaway Hector Damudio, Gabe Julien, Marcus Powell. Northside Ethan Crawford 3. Assists--Hardaway Dillion Twiggs, Squash Dedarbant, Damudio. Harbin, Cojin 2. Goalies--Hardaway Ben Adamson 5 saves. Northside Seth Benoith 8 saves. Records--Hardaway 6-2, Northside NA. Next: Hardaway, Wednesday vs. Carver, at Woodruff, 7:30 p.m.

BASEBALL

HARDAWAY 11-3, BAINBRIDGE 1-0

Tony Locey spread five hits over seven innings to lead Hardaway to a 3-0 win in the second game of a doubleheader Friday and the Hawks completed the sweep of Bainbridge.

Trevon Dorsey was 2-for-3 for the Hawks in Game 2. Josh Anthony and Blake Meadows each drove in a run.

In Game 1, five Hawks each drove in two runs in a game shortened by the mercy rule.

Dorsey spread four hits over five innings to pick up the win.

Friday at Golden Park

Game 1

Bainbridge 000 01 --1 4 0

Hardaway 005 33 --11 13 1

WP--Trevon Dorsey (2-1). LP--Tate Lambert. Hitting leaders--Tony Locey 3-3, 2B, R, 2 RBI; Trent Abrams 2-4, R; Blake Meadows 1-2, HR, 2 RBI; Josh Anthony 2-2, 2B, 3B, 2 RBI.Game 2

Bainbridge 000 000 0 --0 5 2

Hardaway 100 020 x --3 8 1

WP--Tony Locey (2-1). LP--Tyler Braswell. Hitting leaders--Trevon Dorsey 2-3, R; Josh Anthony 1-1, RBI; Records--Hardaway 10-3, 5-1 Region 1-AAAAA. Next--Hardaway hosts Brookstone Wednesday at 4:30 p.m.

LAGRANGE 2, SHAW 0

Shaw's Isaiah Arnold was the tough-luck loser in a pitchers' duel.

Friday at Shaw

LaGrange 000 001 1 --2 6 0

Shaw 000 000 0 --0 2 0

WP--Hood (NA). LP--Isaiah Arnold (2-2). Hitting leaders--LaGrange Moody 2-3, R, 2B; Anderson 1-4, RBI. Shaw Jacorrey Crowell 1-2, 2B. Records--Shaw 4-6, 0-1 Region 5-AAAA. Next--Shaw, Tuesday at Alexander.

SCHLEY CO. 3, BROOKSTONE 1

Brett Usry went 3-for-3 at the plate and spread four hits over six innings on the mound to lead Schley County to a win over Brookstone.

Brookstone (8-4) plays at Jordan today at noon.

Friday at Brookstone

Schley Co. 300 000 0 --3 8 1

Brookstone 100 000 0 --1 4 2

WP--Brett Usry. LP--Parker James (3-2). Hitting leaders--Brookstone: Amdrew Hamric, 1-3, RBI; Drew Webb 1-3, R. Records--Brookstone 8-4. Next--Brookstone at Jordan today at noon.

NORTHSIDE 7-4, TCC 1-2

THOMASVILLE, Ga. -- Northside allowed only three runs in a Region 1-AAAAA sweep of Thomas County Central.

Cameron Hopkins, DJ Arroyo and Bruce Delevie all had three hits in the two games combined for the Patriots.

With Harris County losing two region games on Friday, Northside moved into a first-place tie with Hardaway at 5-1.

Friday at Thomasville

Game 1

Northside 000 120 4 --7 12 0

TCC 000 000 1 --1 6 0

WP--Jalen Latta (NA). LP--Johnathan Robinson (NA). Hitting leaders--Northside Cameron Hopkins 2-3, 2R, RBI; Jacob Hinson 1-4, R, RBI; Michael Rossi 1-4, RBI; Victor Ballesteros 1-4, RBI; DJ Arroyo 2-4, 2B, 2RBI; Bruce Delevie 2-3, RJ Brown 1-1, R. Thomas County Central, Stone Stephenson 2-4.Game 2

Northside 110 110 0 --4 7 1

TCC 002 000 0 --2 4 1

WP--Gavin Bedsole (3-0). LP--Peyton Singletary (NA). Hitting leaders--Northside Cameron Hopkins 1-4, R, 2B; Michael Rossi 1-3, RBI; Victor Ballesteros 1-3, R; DJ Arroyo 1-3, 2B, R; Bruce Delevie 1-1, 2B, RBI; Zack Williams 1-3, 3B, R. Thomas County central Johnathan Robinson 1-3, 2RBI. Record: Northside 9-3, 5-1 Region 1-AAAAA. Thomas County Central 4-9, 0-7. Next: Northside, Monday at East Coweta, 5:30 p.m.

LEE COUNTY 3-5,HARRIS COUNTY 2-1

LEESBURG, Ga. -- Harris County suffered its first two Region 1-AAAAA losses of the season as it was swept at Lee County.

The Tigers committed seven errors in the two games and allowed six unearned runs.

Kurt Ornowski had three hits in Game 1 for Harris County.

Friday at Lee County

Game 1

Harris Co. 100 001 0 --2 7 3

Lee Co. 101 100 x --3 7 1

WP--Matt Hatcher (NA). LP--A.J. Willoughby (NA). Hitting leaders--Harris County Kurt Ornowski 3-4, R; Tyler Maley 1-2, RBI, 2B. Lee County Dallas Greene 1-1, R; Chevarria 1-2, RBI; Reep 1-1, R.Game 2

Harris Co. 100 000 0 --1 5 4

Lee Co. 003 020 x --5 4 1

WP--Nick Bush (NA). LP--Drew Reeves (NA). Hitting leaders--Harris County AJ Willoughby 1-2, 2B, R; Tyler Maley 1-3, RBI. Lee County Bell 2-2, R, RBI. Records Harris County 9-4, 5-2. Lee County 4-8, 3-3. Next: Harris County, at North Gwinnett, Wednesday, 5:30 p.m.

LATE FRIDAY

BASEBALL

OPELIKA 7-12,CENTRAL 0-11

OPELIKA, Ala. -- Opelika shut out Central on two hits in the first game of a doubleheader, which gave the Bulldogs a sweep in the two games in the series that will count in the Class 6A Area 5 standings.

In the second game, Central rallied from a 6-1 deficit with four runs in the fourth and six in the seventh for an 11-6 lead.

But Opelika scored six in the bottom of the seventh for the win.

Friday at Opelika

Game 1

Central 000 000 0 --0 2 2

Opelika 003 400 x --7 5 1

WP--Arnold (NA). LP--Jesse Ford (NA). Hitting leaders--Opelika Christison 1-4, 2RBI.Game 2

Central 001 400 6 --11 13 2

Opelika 222 000 6 --12 9 1

WP--NA (NA). LP--Troy Jackson (NA). Hitting leaders--Central Blake Johnson 3-5, 3R; Coleson Taylor 3-4, 3B, 3RBI; Troy Jackson 1-4, R, RBI; Dayton Edmonds 2-3, 2B, 2R, RBI; Tanner Davis 1-4, R, RBI; Jamal Howard 2-3, HR, 2R, 3RBI; Weston Dawson 1-3, 2B. Opelika Young 1-2, 3RBI. Records--Central 20-6, 0-2 Class 6A Area 5. Opelika NA, 2-0. Next--Central, Monday vs. Gardendale, at Central Alabama CC, 5 p.m.

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