DACULA - A no-hitter. Not a bad way to finish the season.
Zach Breaux pitched a no-hitter and also broke the school's single-season strikeout record as Dacula beat Clarke Central 1-0 on Wednesday. Breaux (4-4) allowed one runner to reach base. It came on a walk. He finished with nine strikeouts, ending the season with 64 to capture the school record.
Breaux received just enough support from his offense. Dacula scored its only run without the benefit of his a hit in the second inning. Frankie Miller drew a bases-loaded walk to score Jeremy Kien with two outs. Kien and Billy Judd had the game's only hits.
Duluth 14, North 6
SUWANEE - Duluth finished its season with a 14-6 upset of North Gwinnett on Wednesday.
The Wildcats (5-20, 3-13) hit four home runs, including a pair of two-run blasts from Josh McKinney (2-for-5). Jared Van Camp delivered a grand slam in the seventh inning and Wes Newton added a solo homer.
Luke Jordan went 2-for-4. He was also the winning pitcher, allowing four earned runs over six innings. He struck out two. Kyle Wilson pitched a scoreless seventh. He went 3-for-4 at the plate with two doubles and an RBI.
Mill Creek 7, Peachtree Ridge 1
HOSCHTON - Johnny Knight hit two home runs to lead Mill Creek to a 7-1 win over Peachtree Ridge on Wednesday.
Knight hit his second homer in a five-run sixth inning that blew the game open. Brandon Bast (6-1) pitched a complete game to get the win. He scattered three hits, while striking out seven.
Zack Hogan went 1-for-1 with a double and two runs for the Hawks (18-8, 13-3). Travis Hammond (1-for-3) added a double and a run.
Brookwood 10, Central 2
LAWRENCEVILLE - Brookwood remained unbeaten in Region 8-AAAAA after beating Central Gwinnett 10-2 on Wednesday.
Chase Hawkins improved to 10-0 after pitching five innings of two-hit ball. He allowed one run and struck out seven. Jordan Erisman went 2-for-2 with two solo homers to lead the Broncos (23-1, 11-0). Ryan Lewis went 3-for-4. Seth Adkins and Ronnie Freeman each went 2-for-3. Ross Heffley finished 2-for-4.
South 11, Berkmar 2
SNELLVILLE - Nick Blount pitched a complete game to lead South Gwinnett over Berkmar 11-2 on Wednesday.
Blount (3-4) struck out eight, while allowing five hits and two earned runs. Lance Whatley went 2-for-4 with a pair of runs. Kenny Sanderson also went 2-for-4. He scored once and drove in a run.
Michael Moeller (1-for-4) drove in three runs and scored two. Adam Finkenhoefer and Brett Teschner each had a hit and an RBI. Corey Benson added a run.
Adam Webster led the Patriots (5-20, 1-10) with two hits and a double. Chris Treager added an RBI.
Parkview 17, Shiloh 2
LILBURN - Parkview hit three homers and pounded out 14 hits in a 17-2 win over Shiloh in four innings on Wednesday.
Caleb Schrader went 2-for-3 with a three-run homer and a two-run double. Brandon Jacobs (2-for-3) also had five RBIs, including a three-run homer. Matt Foster (3-for-3) hit a solo shot and drove in three runs for the Panthers (20-6, 9-3). Tom Richardson and Zach Cone both went 2-for-2. Richardson drove in a run as did Scott Sears (2-for-4). Kenny Miller added an RBI double.
Zack Olson (6-2) earned the win. He came in for an injured Jonathan Parker and pitched 12/3 of scoreless relief. He allowed no hits and struck out one.
Providence 5, ECLA 4
LILBURN - Providence scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to beat Eagles Landing Christian 5-4 on Wednesday.
John Walker started the Stars' (19-5-1, 13-2) rally with an RBI single. He scored the tying-run on an RBI single to right-center field by Chris Wages. J.D. Pullen delivered the winning run on an RBI groundout by Addison McDowell.
Glenn Florance ripped a two-run homer in the second. Wages and Walker both went 2-for-4. Austin Barry (5-0) pitched 21/3 innings of scoreless relief to get the win. He allowed two hits and struck out two. Providence clinched second place in Region 5-A to earn a home game in the first round of the state playoffs.
- Compiled By Jay Black
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