Valley Preps

High school roundup: Central-Macon blanks Kendrick in region game

Kendrick fell 20-0 to Central-Macon on Saturday afternoon at Kinnett Stadium.

The Cherokees fell to 0-5 overall. It was their first game in Region 4-3A play.

Central-Macon remained undefeated at 5-0.

The Chargers are 1-0 in 4-3A.

Kendrick had over 100 yards in penalties and had two touchdowns called back.

In the fourth quarter, the Cherokees got to the Central 1 but couldn’t score.

Kendrick plays at Rutland on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Softball

Northside goes 2-1

The Northside softball team went 2-1 in a tournament in Gwinnett on Saturday.

The Lady Patriots beat East Coweta 11-8, lost to Buford 10-0 and beat Mill Creek 4-1.

Sidney Mathis picked up the win in the first game.

Gabi Apiag, Kayson Boatner and Raelee Weaver knocked in two runs apiece.

Hannah George got the win in Game 3. Jada Chadwick and George drove in runs.

Saturday at Gwinnett

Game 1

Northside

050

051

0

11

11

1

East Coweta

040

004

0

8

7

3

WP: Sidney Mathis. LP: Vaughn. Top hitters: Northside Gabi Apiag 2-4, 2B, 2R, 2RBI; Hannah George 2-4, R, RBI; Kayson Boatner 2-4, R, 2RBI; Sidney Mathis 2-4, 2B, 2R, RBI; Raelee Weaver 3-4, 2B, R, 2RBI.

Game 2

Buford

050

002

3

10

10

0

Northside

000

000

0

0

3

4

WP: Byers. LP: Kayson Boatner.

Game 3

Mill Creek

000

000

1

1

2

2

Northside

101

002

x

4

8

2

WP: Hannah George. LP: NA. Top hitters: Northside Jordan Wells 1-2, R; Gabi Apiag 1-3, R; Hannah George 2-4, RBI; Jada Chadwick 1-2, RBI; Sidney Mathis 2-3, 2B, R. Records: Northside 20-5. Next: Northside, home vs. Shaw, 5 p.m. Tuesday.

 

Cross Country

Smiths Station wins Spencer meet

The Smiths Station boys cross country team won the Spencer Invitational at Stewart Field on Saturday.

The Panthers had 28 points while Calhoun was second with 66.

Columbus’ Alex Salgado won with a time time of 16 minutes, 16.19 seconds.

In the girls event, Calhoun and Northside both finished with 61 points, but Calhoun won the tiebreaker.

Columbus’ Hope Skypek won in 21:06.49.

Late Friday Softball

Hardaway 16, Kendrick 4

Hardaway scored six runs in the second inning and went on to a 16-4 victory over Kendrick on Friday.

Aiyannah Taylor drove in three runs for the Hawks.

Seanise Mahone drove in a pair of runs.

Hardaway returns to Region 1-4A play on Tuesday with a game at Carver.

Friday at Kendrick

Hardaway

065

14

16

12

3

Kendrick

201

10

4

3

4

WP: Josie Arwood. LP: NA. Top hitters: Hardaway D. Moura 3-4, 3R, RBI; A. Taylor 2-3, 3RBI; S. Mahone 2-4, 2RBI. Records: Hardaway 8-14. Next: Hardaway, at Carver, Tuesday, 4:30 p.m.

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