DACULA — Dacula starter Tyler Jarvis struck out 17 Friday night as the Falcons shut out Archer 5-0 in Region 8-AAAAA.
Jarvis went the distance, allowing three hits in improving his record to 2-2. He also went 2-for-3 at the plate with an RBI.
Tripp Calhoun went 2-for-4 with two doubles for Dacula (5-7, 1-2), with Marcus Cox finishing 1-for-1.
South 7, Central 6
SNELLVILLE — South Gwinnett scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to edge Central Gwinnett 7-6 Friday night in Region 8-AAAAA.
On offense, the Comets (7-3, 3-0) were led by Jamie Suggs (3-for-4) and Austin Williams (2-for-4, three steals). Ryan McDowell finished 2-for-3, with Montrell Marshall adding a hit and two RBIs.
The winning pitcher was reliever Thomas Embry (3-1), who went three innings with one earned run and three strikeouts.
Central (8-5, 1-2) was led by Luis Valdez, who went 2-for-4 with a homer and three RBIs. Grant Thiel had a hit and two RBIs, while Cody De La Paz had a double and scored twice.
Taylor Fields went 62⁄3 innings in the loss, striking out 10.
Parkview 7, Grayson 2
LILBURN — Matt Olson delivered six innings of solid work on Friday night in Parkview’s 7-2 win over Grayson in Region 8-AAAAA.
Olson allowed two runs on eight hits with three strikeouts, while Jack Esmonde had one strikeout in one inning of relief.
Josh Hart led the offense for Parkview (7-5, 2-0), going 4-for-4 with an RBI. Jeff Ronpirin added two hits and an RBI, while Olson had a double and a three-run homer.
Peachtree Ridge 11, Collins Hill 1
SUWANEE — Peachtree Ridge starter Preston Johnson allowed just one hit in five innings Friday night as the Lions topped Collins Hill 11-1 in Region 7-AAAAA. Johnson (2-2) was one out away from a no-hitter before giving up a solo home run to Wayne Wages in the top of the fifth.
Offensively, the Lions (6-6, 2-2) were led by Cooper Burdick with a double with four RBIs. Donald Frew had a hit and two RBIs, while Brian Hanberry, Billy Best and Brett Polachek each had a hit and an RBI.
Jared Walsh also went 2-for-2 with a double and three runs.
Mill Creek 11, Duluth 1
HOSCHTON — Mill Creek’s offense had 11 hits in five innings on Friday as the Hawks topped Duluth 11-1 in Region 7-AAAAA.
Nick Tillman led the way, going 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs, while Casey Parham went 1-for-2 with two RBIs. Tim Hernandez drove in a run on three hits, while Aryan Hernandez finished 2-for-3.
Cody Pugh (2-0) pitched all five innings for the win, giving up the one run on three hits with four strikeouts. Mill Creek improved to 9-3 overall and 5-1 in the region.
Norcross 6, Mountain View 2
LAWRENCEVILLE — Norcross defeated Mountain View 6-2 on Friday in Region 7-AAAAA.
Ryan Gibbs had three hits for Mountain View, while Tyler Bethune had two.
White Co. 4, Lanier 0
SUGAR HILL — White County pitchers allowed just one hit on Friday as the Warriors (9-1, 8-1) defeated Lanier 4-0 in Region 8-AAA.
Walter Gropp had the lone hit for Lanier (1-11, 1-10), while starter Kameron Doster allowed three earned runs on seven hits.
Dacula 7 Archer 0
DACULA — Dacula stayed atop the Region 8-AAAAA standings at 5-0 Friday night with a 7-0 blanking of Archer.
Mike Kamah-Kanu scored two goals for the Falcons (9-2-1 overall), while Ado Junuzovic, Edgar Cruz, Santiago Montoya, Mason Davenport and T. Wayne Hills each scored one.
Collins Hill 3, North 0
SUWANEE — Emmanuel Raji’s scored two goals Friday night in leading Collins Hill 3-0 over North Gwinnett in Region 7-AAAAA.
Raji’s goals were assisted by Zak Wallingford and Nomis Visic. The third goal for Collins Hill (10-1, 2-0) was scored by Dominic Bonilla.
Meadowcreek 2, Peachtree Ridge 1
SUWANEE — Meadowcreek upped its record to 7-4 overall and 2-1 in Region 7-AAAAA with a 2-1 win over Peachtree Ridge on Friday.
Meadowcreek’s goals were scored by Brian Noble and Ever Menjivar.
Mill Creek 1, Mountain View 0
LAWRENCEVILLE — Mill Creek scored with about seven minutes left to play Friday night to come away with 1-0 win over Mountain View in Region 7-AAAAA.
Mill Creek’s goal was scored by Taylor Scalera off a feed from T.J. Hoppines. Keeper Steven Arroyave had eight saves for the Hawks (9-1-1, 2-0).
Mountain View, which fell to 0-3 in the region, received solid play from keepers K.J. McMillan with four saves and Patrick Lainez with three saves.
Berkmar 3, Grayson 0
LILBURN — Berkmar stayed unbeaten in Region 8-AAAAA on Friday with a 3-0 shutout of Grayson. The Patriots improved their overall mark to 11-1-1.
Goals for Berkmar were scored by Ernesto Cardenas, Rene Acosta and Oscar Garcia.
Deep Run 2, Brookwood 0
RICHMOND, Va. — Brookwood fell 2-0 to Deep Run on Friday, the second-ranked team in Virginia.
Deep Run scored one goal in each half and outshot Brookwood 10-5. Defensively, the Broncos were led by Jonathan Brown at keeper and defenders Chris Lewis and Cameron Grassmyer. Trevor Mooney and Chris Peterson played well on offensive attack.
On Thursday, the Broncos topped Mill Godwin, the third-ranked team in Virginia, 2-1.
Brookwood, ranked No. 7 in Class AAAAA, fell behind 1-0 early in the match but rallied for the win, getting goals from Malik Jalal and Trevor Mooney. The Bronco defense also came through by not allowing a shot on goal in the second half.
Brookwood’s record is now 9-4.
Cross Keys 1, Buford 0
BUFORD — Despite a 10-2 advantage in shots on goal, Buford dropped a 1-0 decision to Cross Keys on Friday in Region 6-AA.
Cross Keys’ goal came in the first five minutes. Buford fell to 6-4-2 overall.
GAC 10, Athens Academy 0
NORCROSS — Paul Ille and Denzel Clarke had three goals each Friday night as Greater Atlanta Christian routed Athens Academy 10-0 in a non-region match.
Stewart Abrahart added two goals and an assist, while Ryan Marcano and Camryn Brody each scored a goal.
Providence 7, St. Francis 0
ALPHARETTA — Caleb McQuaig scored three goals and Will Lowndes added two more as top-ranked Providence cruised 7-0 over St. Francis in Region 4-A.
Matt McGlamery and Brent Hansen each added a goal for the Stars (8-3, 7-1).
Dacula 2, Archer 1
DACULA — Lauren Vick scored two goals Friday night in Dacula’s 2-1 win over Archer in Region 8-AAAAA.
Vick’s goals were assisted by Ruva Chimedza and Jazmyne Lane. Dacula improved to 8-4 overall and 3-2 in the region.
Grayson 5, Berkmar 0
LILBURN — Five different Grayson players scored Friday night as the Rams shut out Berkmar 5-0 in Region 8-AAAAA.
Scoring for the Rams (10-3-1, 3-2) were Brittany Miller, Madison Hamilton, Jessica Allen, Cierra Craine and Shayna Rogers. Cadye Picklesimer earned the shutout at keeper. Berkmar fell to 2-7.
South 1, Central 0
LAWRENCEVILLE — Kelly Geary’s goal in the second half was enough to give South Gwinnett a 1-0 win over Central Gwinnett in Region 8-AAAAA.
Peachtree Ridge 5, Meadowcreek 0
SUWANEE — Olivia Hall had two goals, while Baillie Burmaster had two assists with one goal on Friday as Peachtree Ridge blanked Meadowcreek 5-0 in Region 7-AAAAA.
Wendy Palmer and Allana Dineen each scored a goal for the Lions (8-5, 3-0), while Emily Edmond and Graham Green each had an assist.
Norcross 1, Duluth 0
DULUTH — Norcross notched a Region 7-AAAAA win on Friday as the Blue Devils nipped Duluth 1-0 in overtime.
Duluth finished with 13 shots on goal to just eight for Norcross.
Mill Creek 3, Mountain View 0
LAWRENCEVILLE — Tatum O’Keefe had a goal and two assists Friday night in leading Mill Creek 3-0 over Mountain View in Region 7-AAAAA.
Cari Powell and Lauren Tanner each added a goal, while Lindsay Kempf had an assist for the Hawks (9-1, 2-0).
GAC 9, Athens Academy 0
NORCROSS — Greater Atlanta Christian celebrated Senior Night with a 9-0 shutout over Athens Academy in a non-region match.
Rachel Garcia led the attack by scoring four goals, with Chelsea Gandy-Cromer scoring two more. Lauren Bryan, Anna Douglas and Mollie Arrendale added a goal each for GAC (10-0-3).
Buford 9, Cross Keys 0
BUFORD — Katie Garth recorded a hat trick Friday night in guiding Buford to a 9-0 rout over Cross Keys in Region 6-AA.
Jessica Navarro helped in the win for Buford (10-2, 3-1) with her first varsity goal.
Providence 10, St. Francis 0
ALPHARETTA — Providence improved to 5-7 on Friday with a 10-0 win over St. Francis.
Julie Trawick, Lauren Hoyt, Kaitlen Henry and Autumn Philo each helped with one goal each.
Grayson 8, Newnan 5
LOGANVILLE — Ben Mertz scored five goals and keeper Josh Parris saved 17 shots on Friday to help Grayson defeat Newnan 8-5.
Other contributors for the Rams (5-4) were Garrett Gorski with two goals and an assist, Zach Dirske with three assists and Brandon Kelly with a goal.
Collins Hill 9, North 3
SUWANEE — Holin Axley, Aaron Smithson and Zack Kennedy had two goals each on Friday as Collins Hill beat North Gwinnett 9-3.
Keeper Alex Squires had 12 saves for Collins Hill.
GAC 16, Gainesville 2
NORCROSS — Ten different Spartans scored on Friday as Greater Atlanta Christian pounded Gainesville 16-2.
Whit Anderson led GAC (6-4, 3-3) with six assists and three goals, while Eric Reynolds added three goals and three assists.
Brookwood 5, Archer 0
LAWRENCEVILLE — Brookwood captured the regular season Region 8-AAAAA title Friday night with a 5-0 sweep over Archer at Rhodes Jordan Park.
Randy Phillips, Drew Winndel and David Brown all won in singles action for the Broncos (15-0). Doubles winners were the pair of Jody Chan and Matt Jones and the duo of Amarin Montroy and Rahul Sharma.
Brookwood 5, Archer 0
LAWRENCEVILLE — Brookwood picked up singles wins from Liz Slaughter, Rebecca Norton and Sheridan Schuster on Friday as the Broncos swept Archer 5-0 at Rhodes Jordan Park.
Winning in doubles play for the Broncos (10-4, 8-0) were Katie Hedlund and Gabbie Griffith at No. 1 and Emily Gray and Katie Kraft at No. 2.
Parkview 5, South 0
SNELLVILLE — Parkview picked up singles wins from Abby Nelms, Kristen Miller and Daron Blankenship on Friday as the Panthers topped South Gwinnett 5-0 at Summit Chase.
Callie Adams and Madison Carswell took the No. 1 doubles match, while Katie Linton and Kady Litwer won at No. 2 doubles. Parkview upped its Region 8-AAAAA record to 6-1.
— Compiled by Scott Smith
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