Photo: David McGregor Buford's Lindsey Puckett reaches for a groundball during the Wolve's 5-3 victory over North Forsyth during a non region game played at North Georgia College and State University Wednesday night in Dahlonega.
Dacula Kelli Waugh didn't start for Dacula in Wednesday night's game against Walton, but she sure finished it off.
Waugh (3-4) gave up one hit in six innings of out of the bullpen and struck out four in a 6-3 win over the Raiders in the Gwinnett-Cobb Challenge.
Katy Daniels and Cassidy Culberson each went 2-for-4 with two RBIs for the Falcons (5-5). Madison Moseley added two hits and two runs.
Brookwood 10, Woodstock 0
WOODSTOCK -- Megan Litumbe hit a two-run homer and drove in three runs as Brookwood beat up on Woodstock 10-0 on Wednesday. Litumbe finished 2-for-3 with three runs for the Broncos (12-1). Taylor Sexton had three hits and three RBIs, while Brandi Jones added two hits and an RBI. Jenny Blackwell also had two hits. Katie Gouveia knocked in a run. Rachel Hill (6-0) pitched a two-hit shutout and struck out three.
Buford 5, North Forsyth 3
DAHLONEGA -- Kodi Ricketson had three hits and two RBIs in Buford's 5-3 win over North Forsyth on Wednesday at North Georgia College and State University. Ricketson also scored two runs for the Wolves (5-5). Tessa Daniel (2-1) pitched a complete game and struck out one. She was also 2-for-4 at the plate. Jordan Peet was 1-for-3 with an RBI double, while Rebekah Rude had a hit and a run scored.
Archer 6, Westminster 1
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Madison Wyngaert won her fifth straight game in Archer's 6-1 victory over Westminster on Wednesday. Wyngaert (5-0) pitched a complete game, allowing four hits and striking out seven. Jenna Graham and Holli Sturgill each went 1-for-3 with an RBI for the Tigers (11-4). Alesha Mann and Taylor Harris each had a hit and a run scored.
Hebron 6, Commerce 0
DACULA -- Lyndey McCurry struck out eight hitters to lead Dacula to a 6-0 win over Commerce on Tuesday night. Taylor Ruehle, Brooke Crosby, Annie Ranus and Amber Walker each had two hits for the Lions (9-1).
Wesleyan swept on road
COLLEGE PARK -- Wesleyan lost to host Woodward Academy and Whitewater on Wednesday. The Wolves (6-11) fell to the War Eagles 25-19, 25-11 in the first match and dropped the other one to Wildcats 25-15, 25-11. Anna Davis had eight kills to lead Wesleyan, while Lauren Frerking added six. Ansley Maughon finished with 12 digs.
Providence wins season opening relay
ATHENS -- Providence took first and fifth place in an Ekiden relay meet at Athens Academy on Wednesday. It was a mixed competition in which two girls and two boys run three kilometers each. The Stars' A-team finished in 45:07, one minute ahead of second place Athens Academy. James Watkins (10:10) had the best split, followed by Jonathan Duffie (120:40), Evangeline Crist (12:07) and Tayler Tuttle (12:12).
Owen Chasteen (11:02) had the fastest time on Providence's B-team, which finished in 48:12-- Complied by Jay Black