PREP ROUNDUP: Hart's homer lifts Parkview past Columbus

LILBURN -- Josh Hart hit a walk-off two-run homer to lift Parkview to an 11-9 win over Columbus on Saturday.

Hart's homer was one of four hit by the Panthers (20-6). Jarrett Hood (1-for-4, three RBIs), Daino Deas (1-for-4) and Rob Youngblood (2-for-3) also had home runs. Micah Finley was 3-for-3, Ryan Blanton was 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and an RBI and J.P. Chamblee was 1-for-1.

Sam McCoy (3-1) was the winning pitcher, going 1 innings. Jake Henderson pitched 2 innings and allowed four earned runs and struckout one. Jordan Kelly pitched 3 innings and allowed three earned runs.


GAC 1, Westminster 0

NORCROSS -- Ross Wood had the game winning RBI in Greater Atlanta Christian's 1-0 victory over Westminster on Saturday.

Jake McLaughlin was 2-for-3 for the Spartans (12-13, 4-8). Justin Lewis was the winning pitcher, going seven innings and allowing one hit and striking out six.

Providence 6, Pinecrest 1

LILBURN -- Michael Shealy and Charlie Scott had a pair of RBIs each in Providence's 6-1 victory over Pinecrest on Friday.

Shealy was 2-for-3 and Scott was 2-for-4, while David Rhodes was 3-for-3 with a run for the Storm (15-11, 15-3).

Luke Henderson pitched 4 innings, allowing no runs, two hits and struck out two.

North Oconee 8, Archer 7

LAWRENCEVILLE -- Archer lost an 11-inning battle with North Oconee 8-7 on Friday.

Daniel Wenum (2-for-4), Brett Self (2-for-6, two RBIs), Seth Wilkerson (1-for-3, RBI) and Dillon Dexler (1-for-3, RBI) led the offense.

Hayden Pendergrast was the starting pitcher for the Tigers (8-18), striking out three. Josh Humphires was the losing pitcher in relief, going seven innings and allowing five hits and one run.


Lions win Spring Hill Classic

TIFTON -- Peachtree Ridge's Kevin Kim shot a 67 to earn low medalist and help Peachtree Ridge to first place at the Spring Hill Classic on Saturday.

The Lions scored 295 points as a team, while Norcross was third with 305 and Grayson was 10th with 325.

Norcross' Patrick Haas was second low-medalist with a 72.