COLUMBUS -- Greater Atlanta Christian defeated Hardaway 10-1 and Shaw 4-2 on Friday night. Mary Johnson (2-1) was the winning pitcher, scattering four hits and striking out four Hawks in the first game. Pacing the offense were Courtney Czentnar, who had three hits and scored three runs, and Jordan Smalls, who also had three hits and drove in three runs.
The night game was limited to six innings due to a time limit. Jada Lake pitched a complete game gaining the win while giving up four hits and striking out four.
Czentnar again was the offensive leader with two hits, two runs and an RBI. Smalls and Stephanie McIntosh each doubled and drove in a run and Johnson scored twice.
Mill Creek wins two
CANTON -- Mill Creek won both of its games Friday night at the Cherokee County Parks Invitational. In the opener, the Hawks defeated Cass 10-2, and then came back with a 6-5 win over Harris County in the nightcap.
In Game 1, Jessica Grimes picked up the win with three innings of work in the circle. Pacing the offense were Taylor Rogers who had three hits and scored three runs, Lauren Bennett, Sarah Peery, Carly Zabow and Alex Whitten each had two RBIs.
Mill Creek (10-3-1) again received solid hitting from Bennett and Peery against Harris County as each had two hits in the victory.
North wins and ties
CANTON -- North Gwinnett defeated Jones County 12-0 and tied Ola of Henry County 5-5 in the Cherokee County Parks Invitational.
Kensley Jennings pitched the Bulldogs to the win over Jones County with a five-inning shutout effort. Draven Sonnon had two hits, including a home run to lead the offense and Chase Battle had three hits.
In the tie with Ola, North was led by Alaina Hall, who pitched and also contributed at the plate with two hits and two RBIs. Battle continued her hot streak at the plate collecting two more hits and two RBIs to help attack.
Wesleyan falls to Woodward
NORCROSS -- Wesleyan dropped a 4-0 decision to Class AAA foe Woodward Academy Friday. The Wolves (14-4) received a strong effort from pitcher Amanda DeLaPerriere who pitched five innings and Dacia Jones who had two hits.