(Updated) High school roundup: Hawks earn split with Lee to stay on top of region


LEESBURG, Ga. -- Hardaway pitcher Tre'Von Dorsey pitched a no-hitter against Lee County in Game 1 of a doubleheader at Lee County Friday night. But the Hawks made three errors in one inning, allowing the Trojans to escape with a 2-0 victory.

The Hawks bounced back in Game 2 with a 2-1 victory to remain in first place in Region 1-AAAAA, a half-game ahead of Harris County

Dorsey allowed two walks and struck out three in his six innings of work. Sam Anthony had two doubles as part of the Hawks' six hits in the loss.

In Game 2, the Hawks trailed 1-0 until they scored two in the sixth. Dorsey scored one of the runs. Anthony had a pair of hits and scored the second run.

Tony Locey pitched a complete-game five-hitter for the win.

The Hawks are 16-4 overall and 10-2 in the region.Friday at Lee County

Game 1

Hardaway 000 000 0 --0 6 3

Lee Co. 000 200 x --2 0 2

WP--Nick Bush (NA). LP--Tre'Von Dorsey (NA). Hitting leaders--Hardaway Sam Anthony 2-3, 2 2B.

Game 2

Hardaway 000 002 0 --2 3 0

Lee Co. 010 000 0 --1 5 2

WP--Tony Locey (NA). LP--JJ Roberts (NA). Hitting leaders--Hardaway Tre'Von Dorsey 1-3, R; Josh Anthony 2-3, R; Lee County Nick Bush 2-3, R. Records--Hardaway 16-4, 10-2. Lee County 7-12, 6-6. Next--Hardaway, Wednesday at Crisp County, 6 p.m.


Troy Gilliland spread four hits over six innings and Dylan Baker and Cason Greathouse drove in runs to lead Columbus to a win over Fayette County.

Gilliland threw 51 strikes out of 69 pitches.

Will Kilgore picked up a save with a hitless seventh inning. He struck out two.Friday at Columbus

Fayette 000 000 0 --0 4 0

Columbus 000 101 x --2 3 2

WP--Troy Gilliland. LP--NA. Hitting leaders--Columbus: Cason Greathouse 2-3, 2B, R, RBI. Records--Columbus 17-3. Next--Columbus at Troup County Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.


Glenwood swept a doubleheader from Coosa Valley.

In Game 2, Tanner Thomason (5-1) struck out four in a five inning no-hitter shortened by the mercy rule. Matthew Brabston drove in two runs to power the offense.

In Game 1, Chad Silvani had a 3-run double to lead the Gators to an 8-5 win. Carson Hicks (4-1) picked up the win.Friday at Glenwood

Game 1

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Glenwood 061 100 x --8 6 0

WP--Carson Hicks (4-1). LP--Ben Spratlin. Hitting leaders--Glenwood: Luke Hammock 2-3, 2 RBI, 2B; Chad Silvani 1-3, 2B, 4 RBI.Game 2

Coosa Valley 000 000 0 --0 0 0

Glenwood 042 04 --10 6 2

WP--Tanner Thomason (5-1). LP--Garrett Guy. Hitting leaders--Glenwood: Lawson Humphries 2-4, R, RBI; Matthew Brabston 1-2, 2Rs, 2 RBI. Records--Glenwood 24-8. Coosa Valley 24-6. Next--Glenwood hosts Windsor Academy today at 1 p.m.


TYRONE, Ga. -- Isaiah Arnold went 2-for-4 and drove in a run to lead Shaw to a win over Sandy Creek.Friday at Tyrone, Ga.

Shaw 201 002 1 --6 11 2

Sandy Creek 000 000 0 --0 3 4

WP--Russell Kelly (1-3). LP--Dodd. Hitting leaders--Shaw: Isaiah Arnold 2-4, 2B, R, RBI; Brent Morrison 2-3, 2B, R; Dominique Wade 1-4, 3B, R. Records--Shaw 9-10, 5-5. Next--Shaw hosts Carrollton Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.


Chance McKinnon went 3-for-4 with two RBIs for Jordan in a losing effort to Bremen.Friday at Jordan

Bremen 324 304 --16 11 3

Jordan 011 101 --4 8 7

WP-- J.D. Brown. LP-- Calob Broadwell (6-2). Hitting leaders-- Bremen: Kenarey 3-4 2 2B, Shumake 2-4 2B; Jordan: Austin McKinnon 2-3, Chance McKinnon 3-4 2 RBIs, Calob Broadwell 2-3 RBI. Records-- Jordan 10-8, 7-4. Next-- Spencer at Jordan, Monday, 4:30 p.m.


HAMILTON, Ga. -- Kurt Ornowski and A.J. Willoughby drove in runs as Harris County beat Northside 2-1 in 10 innings in the first game of a doubleheader.

The Tigers finished th3e sweep in Game 2, 8-4. The Tigers are a half-game behind Hardaway in Region 1-AAAAA. The two teams play next Friday.Friday at Hamilton

Game 1

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Harris Co. 001 000 000 1 --2 8 1

WP--Hughes Massengale (NA) . LP--Cole Hill (NA). Hitting leaders--Northside Cameron Hopkins 2-5, 3B, R; Jacob Hinson 1-4, RBI; Arroyo 2-4. Harris County Kurt Ornowksi 2-4, RBI; A.J. Willoughby 1-4, RBI; Dillon Rodgers 2-4, 2R.Game 2

Northside 110 002 0 --4 9 2

Harris Co. 330 011 x --8 10 3

WP--Drew Reeves (NA). S--A.J. Willoughby. LP--Jalen Latta (NA). Hitting leaders--Northside Cameron Hopkins 3-5, 2R; Jacob Hinson 1-5, 2RBI; Michael Rossi 2-3; Victor Ballesteros 2-5, R, RBI; Arroyo 1-4, RBI. Harris County Kurt Ornowksi 1-3, R; Hughes Massengale 2-4, R, RBI; A.J. Willoughby 1-3, R; Tyler Maley 1-3, R; Neil Jimmerson 1-2, 3RBI; Casey Cobb 1-2, R, RBI; Hunter Morgan 1-4, RBI; Christian Wiggs 2-4, 2B, R, 2RBI. Record: Northside 12-8, 7-5. Harris County 14-4, 9-2. Next: Northside, Tuesday, 6 p.m., at Houston County. Harris County, Monday at Valley, 5 p.m.


Drew Webb knocked in three runs to lead Brookstone past Pacelli.Friday at Pacelli

Brookstone 322 121 0 --11 13 3

Pacelli 002 001 3 --6 6 4

WP--Culver Norred (NA). LP--Mudge (NA). Hitting leaders--Brookstone Matt Jones 3-4, 2B, 3R; Parker James 1-3, 2B, RBI; Guy Peek 2-5, 2B, R, RBI; Jarrod Little 2-4, R; Drew Webb 2-4, 2B, R; Eliot Turner 2-3, 2R. Pacelli Crawford 1-3, R, RBI; Seguin 1-4, R; Welch 2-4, R, BI; Miller 1-1, 2B, 2R, RBI; Mudge 1-4, RBI.


Columbus 3,Pacelli 1

Ruben Ramirez, Will Screws and Russell Lind each had a goal for Columbus in a win over Pacelli. Luke Dawahare scored the goal for Pacelli.Friday at Woodruff

Goals-- Columbus: Ruben Ramirez, Will Screws, Russell Lind; Pacelli: Luke Dawahare. Assists-- Columbus: Nolan Bidleman, Cameron Hite; Pacelli: Michael Mansfield. Goalies-- Columbus: Cory Aycock 9 saves: Pacelli: Daniel Mansfield 10 saves. Records-- Columbus: 12-1-1; Pacelli 5-9. Next: Columbus vs. Veteran, today, 2 p.m. at Woodruff; Pacelli vs. Hardaway, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. at Woodruff.


Squash Debrabant scored the winning goal with four minutes remaining as Hardaway knocked off previously unbeaten Bainbridge.

The teams battled throughout until the Hawks' Marcus Powell was able get the ball to Debrabant for the winner.Friday at Woodruff Farm

Goals--Squash Debrabant. Assists--Marcus Powell. Goalies--Ben Adamson, 3 saves. Records--Hardaway 9-2. Bainbridge 10-1-1. Next: Hardaway vs. Pacelli Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Woodruff Farm.

girls soccer


MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Emma Lee Gullatt scored three goals to lead Glenwood to a win in the AISA state semifinal against Lee-Scott.

Emily Robertson and Carson Collins added goals for the Lady Gators. Whitley Anderson had two assists.

Glenwood plays in the state championship game today at 5 p.m. against Macon-East Academy.Friday at Montgomery, Ala.

Goals--Emma Lee Gullatt 3, Emily Robertson, Carson Collins. Assists--Whitley Anderson 2, Robertson, Cara Obert, Jenna Wilson. Goalies--Mallory Todd, 2 saves. Records--Glenwood 12-1. Next: Glenwood vs. Macon-East Academy at 5 p.m. in state championship game.


Brookstone 5,Americus-SUMTER 2

AMERICUS, Ga. -- Martin Ramos completed a hat trick in a win over Americus-Sumter Friday.Friday at Americus

Goals-- Brookstone: Martin Ramos (3), Miller Page, Stephen Poydasheff; Americus: Tylen Pepito. Assists-- Brookstone: Ramos, Page. Goalies-- Brookstone: Ben Holt 7, Eddie Bridgewater 4 saves. Records-- Brookstone 9-1-2. Next: Brookstone at Opelika, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.


Brookstone 10,Americus-SUMTER 0

AMERICUS, Ga. -- Allie Shephard led Brookstone with a hat trick in a win against Americus-Sumter Friday.Friday at Americus

Goals-- Brookstone: Allie Shephard (3), Juliana Caligaris (2), Gabriella Caligaris, Kaylynn Church, Redding Byrd, Cara Hunter, own goal by Americus. Assists-- Brookstone: G. Caligaris (3), J. Caligaris (2), Shannon Sloan, Mary-Ellen Blackmar. Records-- Brookstone 7-5. Next: Brookstone at Opelika, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.

Jordan 3, Temple 2

Undria Thomas scored a hat trick for Jordan in a win over Temple Friday.Friday at Woodruff

Goals-- Jordan: Undria Thomas (3). Assists-- Jordan: Derkita Johnson, Parris Starks. Goalies-- Jordan: Ayana Walker 3 saves. Records-- Jordan 10-1, 5-0. Next: Jordan at Bremen, Tuesday.

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