SUWANEE -- North Gwinnett pitchers held Dacula batters to just one hit on Friday night as the Bulldogs shut out the Falcons 6-0 in non-region baseball.
Starting for North (3-0) was Tucker Baca, who went five innings with one hit, three strikeouts and four walks. Baca's record is now 1-0.
North erupted for five runs in the second, getting a pair of two-run doubles from Cole Willoughby and Ryan Hagan. J.D. Dutka also had an RBI single, while Ben Carswell finished the night 2-for-3.
Matt Cole had the lone hit for Dacula (0-4), while Brandyn Bartlett allowed six runs in three innings in taking the loss.
Parkview 10, Mill Creek 3
HOSCHTON -- Parkview starter Matt Olson threw five innings on Friday night, allowing no runs on three hits with 10 strikeouts as the Panthers beat Mill Creek 10-3.
Jack Esmonde added two innings of relief with two hits and three strikeouts, while Jarrett Freeland went 2-for-4 with two RBIs.
Hunter Thornton also drove in three runs on two doubles, while Olson added an RBI. Ryan Blanton also had a hit and two RBIs for Parkview (2-0).
Grayson 9, Peachtree Ridge 2
LOGANVILLE -- Grayson improved its record to 2-0 on Friday night with a 9-2 win over Peachtree Ridge.
Pitcher Griffen Ebel (2-0) pitched five innings in recording the win, allowing two runs (one earned) with two strikeouts. Chris Erwin added two scoreless innings of relief for the save.
Brandon Benson led the offense for the Rams, going 2-for-4 with three RBIs. Jack Banda added a two-run home run, while Austin Meadows went 2-for-2 with two stolen bases.
Peachtree Ridge (1-3) picked up RBI singles each from Donald Frew and Cooper Burdick, while Robert Sanchez had one hit.
Archer 4, Habersham Central 2
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Curtis Terry had a hit and two RBIs Friday night in helping Archer to a 4-2 win over Habersham Central.
Deondre Singleton also went 2-for-3 for Archer (3-2), while Aron Moorhead was the winning pitcher.
GAC 20, Central 6
LAWRENCEVILLE -- Greater Atlanta Christian improved to 4-1 Friday night by beating Central Gwinnett 20-6 in five innings.
Tim Desmond was the winning pitcher, while Patrick Schultz (3-for-4, two doubles) and Daino Deas (2-for-4) led the offense.
King's Way 9, Killian Hill 6
DOUGLASVILLE -- Killian Hill fell victim to five errors Friday night as the Cougars fell 9-6 to King's Way Christian.
Alex Attebery (0-2) started and went six innings, allowing five earned runs on eight hits and three walks with one strikeout in being charged with the loss.
Preston Attebery went 1-for-2 with a two-run homer for Killian Hill (1-2), while Sebastian Thomas finished 2-for-3. Kyle Lewis also had two hits and two RBIs, while Mark Shaver had a two-run double.
Archer 2, Duluth 1 OT
DULUTH -- Archer nipped Duluth 2-1 in overtime on Friday night.
Megan Wilson scored the Tigers' first goal off an assist from Caroline Mangum, while the game-winner came from MacKenzie Brown off an assist from Wilson. The win boosted Archer's record to 4-1.
Grayson 9, Eagles' Landing 0
MCDONOUGH -- Six different Grayson players scored as the Rams pounded Eagles' Landing 9-0.
Ashley Griffin, Brittany Bennett and Allison Dickinson each had two goals for the Rams (3-2-1), while Jeanne Brock, Josie Ouellette and Alexa Webb each scored one. Webb also had four assists, while the defense held Eagles' Landing to one shot on goal.
Dacula 3, Savannah Arts Academy 0
STATESBORO -- Dacula upped its record to 4-1-1 on Friday night with a 3-0 win over Savannah Arts Academy at Georgia Southern University.
Kristin Kelly had a goal and an assist, while Ruva Chimedza and Lauren Vick scored one goal each. Katie McAdams also helped with an assist, while Magaly Guiterrez and Madison Glunn split time at keeper for the shutout.
North 9, Lanier 0
SUWANEE -- Lauren Harriman and Caroline Gualdoni each recorded a hat trick Friday night as North Gwinnett routed Lanier 9-0.
Taylor Burns also had two goals for North (3-2), while Stephanie Lee scored the ninth goal.
Gualdoni and Jessica Eberhardt also had two assists, while Burns, Abby Grest and Brooke Bortles each had one. Sharing time at keeper for the shutout were Ale Trevino and Jennifer Jacobs.
South 1, Winder-Barrow 0
SNELLVILLE -- South Gwinnett picked up its first win of the season on Friday with a 1-0 shutout of Winder-Barrow.
Caitlin Brainard scored the only goal South (1-4) would need midway in the first half off an assist from Gabby Silva. Keeper Mallory Sayre made that goal stand with six saves.
Shiloh 7, Stone Mountain 0
SNELLVILLE -- Kelsey Griswold put in three goals on Friday night in leading Shiloh to a 7-0 shutout of Stone Mountain in a non-region game.
Four other Generals recorded single goals in Esmo Mujkanovic, Lindsay McCullough, Caroline Sosebee and Kaylee Griswold.
GAC 7, Cross Keys 0
ATLANTA -- Greater Atlanta Christian's defense did not allow a single shot on goal on Friday night as the Spartans shut out Cross Keys 7-0 in Region 6-AA action.
Rachel Garcia led the offense for GAC (5-0, 2-0) with three goals, while Tayler McPherson, Jamie Campbell, Halle Huff and Danielle Marcano each scored one.
Adding one assist each was McPherson, Taylor Wagnon, Mollie Arrendale, Kelsey Fervier and Hannah Huizenga.
Wesleyan 4, Mount Pisgah 0
JOHN'S CREEK -- Dianne Torres scored two goals Friday night in leading Wesleyan to a 4-0 win over Mount Pisgah.
Elise Abernathy and Hope Morgan each added one goal for the Wolves (3-1-1, 2-0), while Meghan Sullivan, Taylor Walton and Christina Moraitis each had an assist.
Mountain View 2, Buford 1
BUFORD -- Mountain View improved to 4-1 on Friday with a 2-1 win over Buford.
Dustin Stone and David Illecas each had one goal for the Bears, while Zair Sebastian and Diego Sanchez each had an assist.
Dacula 4, Savannah Arts Academy 0
STATESBORO -- Joe Efford and Joey Garmon put in two goals each Friday night as Dacula blanked Savannah Arts Academy 4-0 at Georgia Southern University.
The win evened Dacula's record at 3-3.
Grayson 7, Eagles Landing 1
STOCKBRIDGE -- Alvaro Pava Luke Siegmann and Arijan Jaganjac each scored two goals in Grayson's 7-1 win over Eagles Landing on Friday. Stephen Heard added a goal for the Rams (3-2-1).
North 7, Lanier 0
SUWANEE -- James Lee scored two goals Friday night as North Gwinnett blanked Lanier 7-0.
Matthew Melton, Josh Hoeft, Kian Pourak, Nico Polanco and Brian Norton each added single goal for North (2-3), while Max Smith and Logan Drew shared time at keeper for the shutout.
Providence 3, Riverside 0
LILBURN -- Top-ranked Providence evened its record at 2-2 on Friday with a 3-0 shutout of Riverside Military Academy.
Ted Perry scored the first goal for the Stars off and assist from Josh Platillero, while the second goal came from Jared Jones. Collin Moncrief provided the third goal, scoring on a free kick.
Evan Flowers saved seven shots at keeper to preserve the shutout.
GAC 4, Cross Keys 3 PKs
ATLANTA -- Max Gomas scored two goals and Jimmy Stalkhe added one more as Greater Atlanta Christian edged Cross Keys 4-3 on Friday night.
The contest came down to penalty kicks, where GAC (2-1) took the match with a 4-3 advantage. Visal Patel and Nash Wagnon also helped with an assist each.
Blessed Trinity 3, Hebron 1
DACULA -- Despite a solid all-around effort, Hebron fell 3-1 to Blessed Trinity, the second-ranked team in Class AA/A.
Cole Redman scored for the Lions (2-3, 0-1) off an assist from Andrew Thompson.
Grayson 14, East Coweta 2
LOGANVILLE -- Grayson ran its unbeaten record to 5-0 with a 14-2 decision over East Coweta.
Austyn Gorski led the Rams with five goals and one assist. Emma LaCavera added two goals and three assists, while Lyndsay Parrish finished with two goals and nine ground balls. Taylor Denton had seven saves at keeper.
Brookwood 12, McEachern 3
POWDER SPRINGS -- Brookwood keeper Brooke Wagner saved 22 of 25 shots Friday night against McEachern as the Broncos topped the Indians 12-3.
Paige Miller led the offense for Brookwood (4-1) with four goals, while Lauren Clay and Taylor Stercay each addd two goals.
Lindsey Thomson, Pate Davis and Stercay each finished with seven ground balls, while Erin Wynn and Clay each had five ground balls.
Lakeside-Evans 21, Duluth 15
NORCROSS -- Lakeside-Evans topped Duluth 21-15 Friday night in the Greater Atlanta Christian Invitational.
Noah Holt had four goals for Duluth (2-4), while Ali Cole totalled three goals, three assists and 14 ground balls. Julianne Pham also scored twice, while keeper Paige Falkowski had 22 saves.
Grayson 13, East Coweta 9
LOGANVILLE -- Ben Mertz finished with six goals and two assists on Friday night in helping Grayson hold off East Coweta 13-9.
Garret Gorski also played well for the Rams (2-1) with two goals and three assists. Hunter Dutton added a pair of goals, while Zach Dirske chipped in one goal and three assists. Josh Parris saved five shots at keeper.
Peachtree Ridge 17, Norcross 3
NORCROSS -- Steven Lee recorded six goals on Friday night as part of Peachtree Ridge's 17-3 win over Norcross.
Michael Ruffcorn added three goals, while Connor Rouleau and Doug Poedfke each scored two. Sourish Ray also played well at keeper with five saves, while Greg Rose saved three more shots.
Lambert 18, Wesleyan 5
CUMMING -- Lambert defeated Wesleyan 18-5 on Friday night.
Wesleyan (1-2) received three goals from Blake Davis and two goals from Jake Miller.
-- Compiled by Scott Smith