High School Sports

High school roundup: Carver, Northside lose in first round

JONESBORO, Ga. -- Dalandis Hopkins and Davion Thomas each had 12 points, but Northside fell to Mundy's Mill 58-42 in the Class 5A playoffs.

Northside finishes the seasons 18-10.

Mundy's Mill advances to the second round.

Meanwhile, Carver lost 100-69 to McIntosh to end the Tigers season

No other details were available on the games.Wednesday at Mundy's Mill

Northside 7 15 11 9--42

Mundy's Mill 8 20 15 15--58

Northside (58)

Jaykwon Walton 7, David Apiag 2, Taylor Milam 3, Jhaquez Anderson 1, Jordan Richardson 2, Chris David 3, Dalandis Hopkins 12, Trevon Hall, Davion Thomas 12.

Mundy's Mill (42)

Glass 2, Crane 10, Davis 8, Crawford 4, Keith 12, Bone 6, Malolo 2, Masor 2, Harris 12.

Team records: Northside 18-10. Next: Northside's season ends. Munday's Mill advances.

MANCHESTER 84, GREENE 54

MANCHESTER, Ga. -- Demarcus Addie, Travion Sullivan and Jerquavion Mahone each had double-doubles Wednesday night to lead Manchester to a first round Class 2A playoff win over Greene County.

Addie had 25 points and 14 rebounds. Sullivan had 14 points and 11 rebounds. Mahone had 10 points and 13 rebounds.

Manchester hosts Early County game on Saturday in the second round.

Wednesday at Manchester

Greene County 12 11 20 11--54

Manchester 20 21 18 25--84

Greene County (54)

B. Wynn 14, A. Porter 13, M. Barnhardt 2, A. Rawland 8, B. Boatwright 2, Q. Bennett 2, A. Kilpatrick 9, C. Kelly 2, Z. Alexander 2.

Manchester (84)

Jah'nile Hill 16, Cadarian Brown 6, Demarcus Addie 25, Travion Sullivan 14, Marquavious Jackson 2, Deenizeo Gamble 2, Jontavious Ferguson 5, Jerquavion Mahone 10, Bobby Stevenson 4.

Team records: Manchester 23-5. Next: Manchester hosts winner of the Macon County-Early County game on Saturday.

Girls Basketball

JEFF DAVIS 55, CENTRAL 49

MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Teyah Johnson scored 15 points and Ashleigh Gary added 13, but Central fell 55-49 to Jeff Davis on Wednesday in the Class 7A Central Regional semifinals.

Tia Manora led Jeff Davis with 20 points. Jasmine Walker added 16.

Central finished its season with a 21-10 record.

Wednesday at Montgomery

Central 9 14 14 12--49

Jeff Davis 14 13 17 11--55

Central (49)

Tajah Ellis 3, Brianna Hicks 2, Indya Webb 2, Shauntia Williams 3, Kayla Vance 4, Teyah Johnson 15, Tiyah Johnson 7, Ashleigh Gary 13.

Jeff Davis (55)

Wheeler 6, Vason 7, Jackson 2, Tia Manora 20, Jasmine. Walker 16, Fitzpatrick 2, Spear 2.

Team records: Central 21-10. Jeff Davis 21-4. Next: Central, season over. Jeff Davis, regional final, Tuesday.

BASEBALL

HARDAWAY 11, CALLAWAY 1

Chandler Griggs picked up the win and also drove in two runs as Haradway opened the season with an 11-1 win over Callaway on Wednesday.

Hunter Duke also drove in a pair of runs. Sam Anthony had a double and scored three times.

Wednesday at Hardaway

Callaway 000 001 --1 2 3

Hardaway 204 104 --11 9 2

WP--Chandler Griggs (1-0). LP--Josh Hanson. Hitting leaders--Hardaway Jalin Thomas 2-4, 2R; Mykel Page 1-2, 3B, 2R; Sam Anthony 2-4, 2B, 3R, RBI; Hunter Duke 1-3, R, 2RBI; Ryan Anderson 1-3, R; Chandler Griggs 1-3, 2RBI; Jamaris Rowell 1-1, R. Records--Hardaway 1-0. Next--Hardaway, vs. Veterans, at Lee County High, Saturday, 1:30 p.m.

BOYS SOCCER

SHAW 5, SPENCER 0

Jimmy Barrera scored a pair of goals to lead Shaw to a 5-0 win over Spencer on Wednesday.

Wednesday at Woodruff

Goals--Shaw Jimmy Barrera 2, Esteban DeJesus, Christian De Anda, Elijah Rijos. Assists--Shaw Alan Bayon 2, De Anda. Goalies--Shaw Donnie Carter 3 saves. Spencer Carsten Rauch 11 saves. Records-- Shaw 2-0, Spencer 0-2. Next: Shaw, at Central, Friday, 8 p.m. Spencer, vs. Carver, at Woodruff, Feb. 27, 2 p.m.

GIRLS SOCCER

COLUMBUS 5, HOUSTON 0

Kimberly May scored a pair of goals to lead Columbus to a 5-0 win over Houston County on Wednesday night.

Wednesday at CSU

Goals--Columbus Kimberly May 2, Caroline Spurlin 2, Sarah Nell Beach. Assists--Columbus Spurlin 2, Abby Marmito, Katie Kendrick. Goalies--Houston County Brooke Neville 5 saves. Columbus Sam Munyon 2 saves, Hayden Cobb no saves. Records--Houston County 1-1. Columbus 2-0. Next: Columbus, at McIntosh, Feb. 19, 7:30 p.m.

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