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High school scoreboard: April 7
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East Hall scored four runs in the sixth inning to down Banks County 8-0 on Tuesday in Homer.
Jonah Crocker and Hunter Strange both had RBI singles, while Cole Smith had a two-run single. Smith had three RBIs on three hits for East Hall (10-8, 8-4 Region 7-AAA).

Eli Stuart pitched a shutout, struck out five batters and allowed five hits. The Vikings scored three runs on an error and two singles.

JACKSON COUNTY 2, JEFFERSON 0: Joel Ellis went 3 for 4 with two RBIs to lead the Panthers on Tuesday evening.

Chris Griggs scored on both of the runs after reaching base on a hit in the first inning and walk in the seventh. Griggs, the starting pitcher, struck out seven batters in 6 1/3 innings of work, while allowing five hits and three walks.

Jefferson’s Micah Carpenter struck out eight batters in six innings. The Dragons are 14-4, 10-3 Region 8-AAA.

Jefferson will visit Jackson County on Friday for a doubleheader.

NORTH HALL 5, JOHNSON 2: Micah Strickland singled in the first and sixth innings to lead the Trojans in a win at Johnson High on Tuesday evening.

Pitcher Drew Atha allowed just one hit while striking out seven batters and no walks in four innings.

Johnson scored a run in the top of the third, but Taber Mongero’s RBI double and two singles allowed three runs to score in the fourth, giving North Hall the lead for good.

STEPHENS COUNTY 7, CHESTATEE 0: The War Eagles spread out five hits over seven innings, but failed to score on Tuesday evening.

Eric George, Brian Crawford, Griffin Moore, Joe Sutton and Sean Irick all had a hit, while Christian Carter had a stolen base.
Stephens County had 12 hits to earn all seven runs.

Chestatee will host Stephens County today at 5:55 p.m.

High school results may be reported by 10:30 p.m. by calling 770-718-3406, or emailing sports@gainesvilletimes.com. Results reported after deadline will appear in the following day’s paper.

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