Prep roundup: Freeman drives in winning run for Broncos

SNELLVILLE - Ronnie Freeman hit a game winning two-run double in the bottom of the sixth as Brookwood beat Collins Hill 3-2 on Friday.

Alex Beebe pitched 52/3 innings and gave up two runs, one earned run, three hits and struck out seven batters. Jordan Erisman pitched 2/3 of an inning and got the win, while Michael Brown also pitched 2/3 of an inning and registered the save for the Broncos.

Chase Hawkins went 2-for-3 and Seth Adkins was 1-for-3 for Brookwood (6-0).

Wesleyan 9, Peachtree Ridge 2

NORCROSS - Grayson Garvin struck out five batters, gave up only one hit in five innings and registered the win as Wesleyan beat Peachtree Ridge 9-2 on Friday.

Kevin Ruiz went 4-for-4 with five RBIs and two home runs and Ben Tucker finished the game 3-for-4 with an RBI for Wesleyan (3-2).

Salem 4, Dacula 3

DACULA - Dacula fell to Salem 4-3 on Friday afternoon.

Chris Butts went two innings and gave up a run and two hits. Offensively, Ryan Schuble was 2-for-2 and Taylor Smith went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs. Jeff Cowsert went 2-for-4 with an RBI for Dacula (3-4).

Hebron 17, Tallulah Falls 1

TALLULAH FALLS - Bobby Cole went 4-for-4 with six RBIs, including two home runs, an RBI triple and two stolen bases as Hebron took a 17-1 victory over Tallulah Falls in four innings on Friday.

Trent Johnson (2-0) pitched all four innings and gave up a hit, an unearned run and struck out seven batters to register the win.

David Reis went 2-for-3 with two stolen bases and two RBIs and Jordy Penrod went 2-for-4 with two stolen bases and an RBI for Hebron. David Brannen finished the day 2-for-3 with a stolen base and two RBIs for Hebron (7-0).

Providence 10, Buford 5

LILBURN - David Shealy went 2-for-3 with a double, a home run and four RBIs for Providence as the Stars took a 10-5 win over Buford on Friday.

Aaron Epp gave up three hits, a run and struck out one batter in two innings. Jesse Meier went 2-for-4 with an RBI and John Walker scored three runs and reached base safely all four times for Providence (5-2).

Killian Hill 12, Bible Baptist 0

HAMPTON - Aaron Parks (3-0) gave up one hit and struck out four batters in three innings to register the win as Killian Hill shutout Bible Baptist 12-0 on Friday.

Kyle Bailey struck out four batters in relief.

Offensively, Parks was 2-for-4 with two RBI doubles and Bailey was 2-for-4 with an RBI. Chase Williams went 2-for-3 with two RBIs for Killian Hill (4-0).


Grayson 9, Shiloh 0

GRAYSON - Sarah Beth Anderson got the shutout in goal as Grayson defeated Shiloh 9-0 on Friday.

Nikki Stamaris scored three goals and Rebecca Allen contributed two for the Rams. Hannah Norwood, Shanyna Rogers and Kara Seabrook each added a goal for Grayson (6-3).

Brookwood 4, Berkmar 0

SNELLVILLE - Brookwood shut out Berkmar 4-0 on Friday.

Michelle Osborn, Emily Hughes, Haely Arnold and Courtney Simpson each scored a goal for the Broncos.

Caroline Mellard was in goal for Brookwood (8-1).

Collins Hill 1, Peachtree Ridge 0

NORCROSS - Collins Hill shut out Peachtree Ridge 1-0 on Friday afternoon.

Kelly Herrington scored the only goal and was assisted by Taylor Herring.

Sage DoVale got the shutout for the Eagles (6-4).

Dacula 11, Madison County 0

DACULA - Dacula defeated Madison County 11-0 on Friday.

Emily Kubal scored two goals and had an assist and Bryna Lamb contributed two goals for Dacula.

Paige Placido added a goal and an assist, while Madison Kubal, Jordan Weaver, Monique Edgefill, Sasha Alonzo, Lexi Vassel and Chelsea Fishman each scored a goal for Dacula. Bri Adinolfi had three assists and Chloe Steggman had one assist. Sydney Simonton got the shutout in net for Dacula (5-2).

Mill Creek 2, North Forsyth 0

HOSCHTON - Jennifer Vincent registered the shutout in the goal for Mill Creek as the Hawks beat North Forsyth 2-0 on Friday.

Hannah Hoffman scored both goals and Colleen Foy and Alexa Ruggieri had the assists for Mill Creek (4-5-1).


Brookwood 3, Berkmar 0

SNELLVILLE - Brookwood took a 3-0 win over Berkmar on Friday.

Theo Yang and John Yang each scored a goal and Joey and Scott Phelts had the assists. Jamie Deal and Tim Brown combined for the shutout in net for Brookwood (6-3).

Grayson 3, Shiloh 0

GRAYSON - Nick Weatherby scored two goals for Grayson as the Rams shut out Shiloh 3-0 on Friday.

Gimel Gordon scored a goal and had an assist for the Rams (6-3). Andy Edwards and Mason Flynn combined for the shutout in goal.

Peachtree Ridge 3, Collins Hill 2

NORCROSS - Peachtree Ridge defeated Collins Hill 3-2 on Friday.

Matt Brazer scored a goal and had an assist, while Steven Quinetero and Byan Vojdani each scored a goal for Peachtree Ridge. Alex Rhodes and Andrew Green each had an assist. Tyler Young had nine saves in goal for the Lions (6-1).

Dacula 8, Madison County 1

DACULA - Ado Junuzovic scored three goals and had two assists as Dacula took an 8-1 win over Madison County on Friday.

Louis Huertas had three goals and an assist while, Jaisson Giraldo and Daniel Carrandia each scored a goal for Dacula.

Josh French had two assists and Ace Gleeson and Jonathan Pineda each had an assist for Dacula (5-2-1).

North Forsyth 3, Mill Creek 2

HOSCHTON - Mill Creek (4-5-1) fell to North Forsyth 3-2 on Friday.

Chase Beasley and Bryan Lainez each scored a goal for the Hawks.

GAC 6, Wesleyan 4

NORCROSS - Chris Thomas scored three goals and had an assist for GAC as the Spartans took a 6-4 win over Wesleyan on Friday.

Eric Fletcher scored two goals and Aldyn Royes had a goal and an assist for GAC. Zach Johnson, Peter Lobona and Stewart Abrahart each had an assist for the Spartans (9-1-0).

Michael Cornellius, Spencer Brown, Travis Smith and Chris Duvall each scored a goal for Wesleyan (5-2-1).


GAC beats Pace

MARIETTA - GAC beat Pace 168-176 on Friday.

Trey Martin shot a 38 for the Spartans.

- Compiled by Kate Awtrey

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