High school roundup: Columbus rifle team falls in state semifinal round

FROM STAFF REPORTSMarch 26, 2014 

The Columbus High rifle team lost its GHSA state semifinal match to Luella on Wednesday afternoon, 1,141 to 1,138.

Luella's Ethan Brown and Keon Carter were the high scorers for the match with 292s.

Columbus was led by Kelly Orck with a 288.Wednesday

Luella (1,141) -- Ethan Brown (292), Keon Carter (292) Damasta Altman (284), and Talese Simley (273).

Columbus (1,138) -- Kelly Orck (288) Josh Gonzales (287), Veronica Leggett (282) andSierra Moon (280).

BASEBALL

HARDAWAY 7,BROOKSTONE 0

Blake Meadows picked up the win, and Josh Anthony drove in a run to lead Hardaway past Brookstone.Wednesday at Hardaway

Brookstone 000 000 0 --0 3 6

Hardaway 100 330 x --7 6 1

WP--Blake Meadows (3-1). LP--Jared Little (NA). Hitting leaders--Matt Jones 1-2, 2B. Hardaway Josh Anthony 1-1, 2B, RBI, 3R; Tre'Von Dorsey 2-4, 2R; Chris Black 2-3. Records--Hardaway 11-3. Next--Hardaway, Friday, at Northside (DH), 5 p.m.

HARRIS Co. 3,NORTH GWINNETT 1

SUWANEE, Ga. -- Harris County scored all three of its runs in the top of the seventh to rally past North Gwinnett.Wednesday at North Gwinnett

Harris Co. 000 000 3 --3 7 3

N. Gwinnett 000 100 0 --1 3 0

WP--Hughes Massengale (NA). LP--NA. Hitting leaders--Harris County Kurt Ornowski 2-4, RBI; Dillon Rodgers 1-3, RBI; Neil Jimmerson 1-3, RBI; Christian Wiggs 1-3, 2B. Records--Harris County 10-4. Next--Harris County, Friday home vs. THomas County Central (DH), 5 p.m.

GIRLS golf

columbus high takes second at tourney

TIFTON, Ga. -- Amy Clark was the medalist, but Tift County edged Columbus Wednesday to win the Blue Devil Invitational.

Clark shot a 76 to edge Angie Greer of Tift County, who shot a 77.

Wednesday at Tifton, Ga.

Team scores--Tift County (246), Columbus (251), Colquitt County (255), Ware County (273), Veterans (277) Houston County (318), Lee County (335), Northside Warner Robins (342).

Tift County (246)

Angie Greer 77, Kim Belan 82, Laura Belan 87, Amy Pollack 99.

Columbus High (251)

Amy Clark 76, Brett Beavers 83, SuJin O 92, Jordan Tippins 116.

Next: Northside 4 p.m. today Bull Creek.

Boys SOCCER

PACELLI 4, HARRIS CO. 1

Luke Dawahare scored two goals to lead Pacelli to a win over Harris County.Wednesday at Woodruff Farm

Goals--Pacelli: Luke Dawahare 2, Michael Mansfield, Matt Myer (PK). Assists--John Clark Auer 2. Goalies--Pacelli: Daniel Mansfield, 4 saves. Records--Pacelli 4-9. Harris County: NA. Next: Pacelli vs. Dooly County at Wooddruff Farm 5:30 p.m. on Friday.

NORTHSIDE 2, LEE COUNTY 0

Toby Logan and Nathan Robertson scored goals as Northside defeated Lee County.Wednesday at Woodruff Farm

Goals--Northside: Toby Logan, Nathan Robertson. Assists--Travis Stickney, Caleb Harbin. Goalies--Seth Benoit, 8 saves. Records--Northside 4-3. Next: Northside at Brookstone on April 9.

GIRLS SOCCER

JORDAN 3,KENDRICK 0

Ramona Jones scored a pair of goals as Jordan shut out Kendrick.Wednesday at Woodruff

Goals--Jordan Ramona Jones 2, Undria Thomas. Assists--Jordan Thomas, Parris Starks. Goalies--Jordan Ayana Walker. Kendrick Courtney Atkinson 11 saves. Records--Jordan 8-1, 4-0. Kendrick 0-5, 0-2.

LATE TUESDAY

BOYS TENNIS

BROOKSTONE 5, FPD 0

Brookstone defeated First Presbyterian Day 5-0.Tuesday at Brookstone

Singles results

No. 1: Baran Baris def. Brooks Hanson 6-3,6-4; No. 2: Kazuki Onoe def. Tristan Hilyer 6-0,6-0; No. 3: Jonathan Dreelin def. Tucker Braddy 6-4,6-1.Doubles resultsNo. 1: Trey Throne and Hudson Terrell def. Brice Little and Noah Groover 6-3, 6-0; No. 2: Jack Pease and Sahil Arora def. Eliel Ramirez and Taylor Burns 6-0,6-2.

Record: 8-1. Next: LaGrange at Brookstone Thursday, 4 p.m.

BOYS GOLF

PACELLI WINS

AMERICUS, Ga. -- Pacelli won a three-team match at Griffin Bell Golf Course.

Tuesday at Griffin Bell Golf Course

Team scores--Pacelli 193, Schley County 215, Wilcox County 246.

Pacelli -- Matt Oliver 42, Hal Woods 48, Luke Dawahare 51, Patrick McKenna 52.

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