High schol roundup: Northside defeats Callaway 5-2

FROM STAFF REPORTSApril 8, 2014 

LAGRANGE, Ga. -- D.J. Arroyo, Bryce Delevie and Drew Haywood each had two hits Tuesday to lead Northside to a 5-2 win over Callaway.

The Patriots used seven pitchers in the game.

Jonathon Murphy (1-0) picked up the win in relief.Tuesday at LaGrange, Ga.

Northside 002 030 0 --5 10 1

Callaway 000 011 0 --2 5 1

WP--Jonathon Murphy (1-0). LP--Oberry. Hitting leaders--Northside: D.J. Arroyo 2-4, R, RBI; Bryce Delevie 2-3; Drew Haywood 2-4, RBI. Records--Northside 12-6. Next--Northside at Harris County for doubleheader Friday beginning at 5:30 p.m.

COLUMBUS 7,

CARROLLTON 4

CARROLLTON, Ga. -- Dylan Baker and Cason Greathouse homered to lead Columbus to a win over Carrollton.

Greathouse drove in three runs for the Blue Devils.Tuesday at Carrollton, Ga.

Columbus 021 100 3 --7 7 1

Carrollton 100 000 3 --4 8 2

WP--Jacob Pate (4-0). LP--NA. Hitting leaders--Columbus: Knox Carter 2-2, RBI; Dylan Baker 1-3, HR, 2Rs, RBI; Cason Greathouse 1-4, HR, R, 3 RBI. Records--Columbus 15-3. Next--Columbus hosts LaGrange Thursday at 4:30 p.m.

Marion Co. 7,

Hawkinsville 1

BUENA VISTA, Ga. -- Dustin Eckert went 2-for-4 with two runs scored for Marion County in a win over Hawkinsville.Tuesday at Marion County

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Marion 000 025 x --7 8 0

WP-- Dylan Price (5-3). LP-- Mays. Hitting leaders-- Marion County: Dustin Eckert 2-4 2 runs, Trent Miller 1-3 2B RBI, Brandon Dumas 1-4 RBI, Beau Singleton 2-4, J.J. Fuller 1-3 RBI, Jaryd Hynes 1-3 RBI. Records-- Marion County 10-7, 5-3. Next-- Marion County at Manchester, Thursday, 4:30 p.m.

GLENWOOD 7, SPRINGWOOD 0

Matthew Brabston hit a grand slam and Tyler Cadenhead picked up his third win as Glenwood defeated Springwood 7-0.Tuesday at Glenwood

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Glenwood 000 052 x --7 8 0

WP--Tyler Cadenhead (3-1). LP--Josh Caldwell. Hitting leaders--Glenwood: Lawson Humphries 2-3, 2B 2 RBI; Brandon Moseley 2-2, R, SB; Matthew Brabston 1-4, HR, 4 RBI. Records--Glenwood 21-8. Next--Glenwood Thursday, 4:30 p.m. at Deerfield-Windsor, a makeup game from Monday's rainout. The Lakeside game, originally scheduled for Thursday, will be rescheduled as a doubleheader at Glenwood April 17 at 4:30 p.m.

SOFTBALL

Glenwood 7, Springwood 3

Cailah Niles went 2-for-3 with 2 RBIs for Glenwood in a win over Springwood.Tuesday at Glenwood

Springwood 100 101 0 --3 7 2

Glenwood 510 100 x --7 5 0

WP-- Macey Tucker (19-4). LP-- Megan Gillespie. Hitting leaders-- Glenwood: Elizabeth Perdue 2-4, Cailah Niles 2-3 2 RBI. Records-- Glenwood: 28-6. Next-- Pike at Glenwood, April 17, 4:30 p.m.

GIRLS TENNIS

GLENWOOD WINS aisa EAST REGION

The Glenwood girls beat Eastwood Christian 6-1 to win the AISA East Region.Tuesday

Singles results

No. 1: Maggie Zaner (Eastwood) d. Annslee Reis (Glenwood) 8-2; No. 2: Elizabeth Redmon (G) d. Bizzy Kocher (E) 8-2; No. 3: Abby Redmon (G) d. Kaylie Williamson (E) 8-0; No. 4: Jaylee Sawtelle (G) d. Coryane Vermillion (E) 8-2; No. 5: Morgan Kennon (G) d. Mary Phyfer Parker (E) 8-0.Doubles resultsNo. 1: Redmon/Redmon (G) d. Zaner/Williamson (E) 8-1; No. 2: Reis/Sawtelle (G) d. Kocher/Vermillion (E) 8-0.

Record: Glenwood 12-2. Next: Glenwood in the AISA State Tournament on Monday.

shaw 5, callaway 0

The Shaw girls tennis team defeated Callaway 5-0.Tuesday

Singles results

No. 1: Regina Falcon (Shaw) defeated Kaitlyn Smith (Callaway) 8-0; No. 2: Kayla Blackmon (S) defeated Taylor Townshend (C) 8-2; No. 3: Yujin Hicks (S) defeated JungRyu (C) 8-1.Doubles resultsNo. 1: Carley Douglas & Kaitlyn Blackwell (S) defeated MinJu Song & Jisu Kim (C) 9-7; No. 2: Kaitlyn Clarke & MinYoung Jang (S) defeated Kinshleigh Stevenson & Ashley Lane (C) 8-3; No. 3: .

Record: Shaw 12-3, 4-3. Next: Shaw vs. Central Thursday at Cliff Farr Park.

BOYS TENNIS

SHAW 3, CALLAWAY 2

Shaw won the No. 3 singles match and both doubles matches to defeat Callaway 3-2.Tuesday

Singles results

No. 1: Steven Broom (Shaw) lost 8-4 to Jae Ryu (Callway); No. 2: Gavon Adome (S) lost 8-3 to Erik Kim (C); No. 3: Gerald Douglas (S) won over John Park (C).Doubles resultsNo. 1: Ismail Edwards/Richie Ngyuen (S) won 8-2 over Preston Brown/Josh Williams (C); No. 2: Charles Boggs/Charlie Ellison (S) won 8-6 over Deon Smith/Devon Rosser (C).

Record: Shaw 9-5.

TRACK AND FIELD

COLUMBUS SWEEPS TRACK

Both Columbus High track teams won at Tuesday's track meet at Kinnett Stadium. The girls won with 191 points, 56 more than Carver. The Blue Devils won with 164, 37.5 more than Chattahoochee County.

Tuesday at Kinnett

Team results

Girls--Columbus 191, Carver 135, Kendrick 107, Chattahoochee County 74, Harris County 59.

Boys--Columbus 164, Chattahoochee County 126.5, Kendrick 112, Carver 99, Harris County 97.5.

Individual winners

Girls--Jha'Meisheia Griffin (Columbus, high jump); Mary Clark (Harris County, pole vault, 800); Brittany Floyd (Columbus, long jump); Dymon Brown (Carver, triple jump), Briana Dent (Columbus, discus); Maliyah Holloway (Carver, shot put); Carver 4x100 (I'Yonna Johnson, Breanna Johnson, Mariah Harvey, Tyneisha Quarterman); Harper Fine (Columbus, 1,600); Tyneisha Quarterman (Carver, 400); Tailar Lake (Carver, 100); Marlisa Scott (Columbus 100H); Skyler Dexter (Columbus, 200); Chabelli Diquez (ChattCo, 300H); Hope Skypeck (Columbus, 3,200); Carver 4x400 (Daysha Porter, Lakeria Thomas, Tyneisha Quarterman, Mariah Harvey).

Boys--Ivan Rome (Columbus, high jump, long jump, triple jump); Nathan Chapman (Harris County, pole vault); Blake Jones (Harris County, discus), Justin Geter (Columbus, shot put); Carver 4x100 (Curtis Veasley, Quentin Davis, Kiante Walton, Drelon Freeman); Joseph Bridges (Columbus 1,600); Jaquan Zeno (ChattCo, 400); Tre Davis (Harris County, 100); Antwon Burns (Kendrick, 110H); Clayton Slake (Columbus, 800); Drelon Freeman (Carver, 200); Tyrell Griffin (Kendrick, 300H); Joseph Bridges (Columbus, 3,200); Carver 4x400 (Quentin Davis, Drelon Freeman, Jordan Seldon, Curtis Veasley).

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