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PREP ROUNDUP: North baseball upsets No. 2 Luella

SUWANEE -- North Gwinnett's baseball team upset No. 2 Luella 9-3 Saturday. Justin Dutka went 2-for-3 with two RBIs to lead the Bulldogs (2-0). Michael Haynes and Ryan Hagan each had two hits and an RBI. Cole Willoughby and Ben Carswell also had two hits each. Stephen Hausser allowed three runs, two earned, in four innings to get the win. Hausser gave up four hits and struck out three.

BASEBALL

Luella 3, Peachtree Ridge 2

SUWANEE -- Even though pitcher Tyler Haswell did not allow any runs and struck out 10 before leaving the game, Peachtree Ridge dropped one to Luella 3-2 Saturday. Haswell allowed only two hits for the Lions. Billy Best and Brian Hanberry knocked in the runs. Robert Sanchez had a double.

Mountain View 6, Glynn Academy 2

BRUNSWICK -- Tyler Bethune hit a two-run homer to lead Mountain View to a 6-2 win over Glynn Academy Saturday at the Baseball at the Beach tournament. Winning pitcher A.J. Moore (1-0) allowed no runs and one hit in three innings to go with four strikeouts. Beau Blair had two hits and an RBI for the Bears (4-0). Peyton Fore also had two hits and scored two runs. Matthew Hubbard added an RBI.

Darlington 7, Hebron 6

ROME -- Hebron let a three-run lead slip away with two outs in the seventh inning and lost to Darlington 7-6 Saturday. P.J. Westbury gave up four runs in 1 innings to get the loss. He allowed just one hit, but walked four. Starter Jordan Hillyer went five innings and allowed two hits, two runs and struck out seven. Hillyer was also 1-for-2 at the plate with three RBIs for the Lions (1-1). Benji Cash added two hits.

Milton 4, Norcross 1

MILTON -- Norcross lost Saturday to Milton 4-1. Joseph Wilber struck out seven in five innings despite the Blue Devils loss. Wilber and Chris Raasch each had a single.

Collins Hill 13, Jonesboro 0

JONESBORO -- Three Collins Hill pitchers combined to shut out Jonesboro 13-0 Saturday. Starter Wayne Wages struck out nine and walked none in 5 innings. Tommy McBride struck out the one batter he faced and Nate Williams also struck out one in the final inning. The Eagles had 11 hits, including three from John Popoleski, who also drove in three runs.

Wesleyan 6, Jeff Davis 2

HAZELHURST -- Griffin Bone had three RBIs as Wesleyan beat Jeff Davis 6-2 in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader. Jamie Stark and Drew Rowland each had two hits and an RBI for the Wolves. Mason Colquitt also had two hits.

Frank Warren (1-0) allowed one hit and struck out three in four innings to get the win. Sheldon Connor allowed one hit in three innings for his first save of the season.

Wesleyan 4, Dublin 3

HAZELHURST -- Wesleyan finished off its south Georgia doubleheader with a 4-3 win over Dublin Saturday. Starting pitcher Ben Spears struck out five in four innings for the Wolves (3-0). Johnny Richards (1-0) earned the win in relief. He struck out one in 2 innings. Stark got the last two outs for his first save.

BOYS GOLF

Mill Creek wins Coal Mountain Classic

CUMMING -- Taylor Martin was low medalist, helping Mill Creek win the Coal Mountain Classic at the Hampton Golf Village. The Hawks shot a 310 as a team, while Martin fired a 74.

GIRLS SOCCER

Buford 4, Savannah Country Day 1

SAVANNAH -- Izzy Ortiz scored two goals to lead Buford to a 4-1 win over Savannah Country Day Saturday. Melissa Sullivan and Brooke Horist also scored goals for the Wolves (3-1). McKenna Harwood, Kennedy Webster and Lindsey White had the assists.

Collins Hill 1, Lassiter 0

SNELLVILLE -- Collins Hill advanced to the finals of the Brookwood invitational with a 1-0 win over Lassiter Saturday. Laura Gillespie scored the goal with about 15 minutes left in the match. Taylor Donohue had the assist. Freshman Halla Jibreen recorded her first career shutout. The Eagles (2-2) will face Centennial in the finals next Saturday.

BOYS SOCCER

Buford 2, Savannah Country Day 0

SAVANNAH -- Edgar Villasuerte and Carlos Gutierrez each scored as Buford beat Savannah Country Day School. Christian Lopez had an assist for the Wolves (4-0). Baxter Argo earned the shutout and also stopped a penalty shot.

-- Compiled by Jay Black