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High school scoreboard: March 6
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The Gainesville boys golf team finished as the top school in Class AAA at the Apple Mountain Invitational on Saturday, shooting a team total 303 to finish fifth out of 24 teams.

Junior Will Frankum shot a 1-under 71 which tied him for fifth individually out of 128 golfers.

Sophomore Parks Brown shot 72, junior Matthew Cindea 79, and sophomore Carson Brown and freshman Pep Brown finished with 81s.

Peachtree Ridge (AAAAA), the two-time defending AMI champions finished the course with a 7-under team total of 281.

Playing as an individual, freshman Reeves Bell shot 79.

The Red Elephants next play at the Hall County Championships at Royal Lakes Country Club in Flowery Branch. GHS will play Round 1 (9 holes) on Monday at 3:30, and Round 2 on Tuesday at 3:30.


LAKEVIEW 15, NORTH HALL 5: Led by Taylor Simpson both on the mound and at the plate, the Lakeview baseball team beat North Hall 15-5 on Saturday in Gainesville.

Simpson pitched a complete game with one strikeout. He allowed no walks and only three earned runs.

At the plate, Simpson went 2-for-3 with two singles and one double.

The Lions were also led by Dalton Monday, Ralston Cash and Jacob Whitenton who comined for seven hits and six RBIs and
Nick Drury, who was 2-for-2 with two RBIs and two doubles.

Lakeview returns to action at 4:30 p.m. Monday when it plays host to Riverside.

APALACHEE 7, JOHNSON 6: The Knights were led by Blake Stacey with two hits and two RBIs in their loss Saturday.

Chris White and Trae Wilson added two hits each and Logan Pehtel added a double and three RBIs.

Johnson travels to Rabun County on Monday.

BUFORD 8, WEST FORSYTH 3: Josh Heddinger picked up the win for the Wolves pitching five innings, giving up two runs and earning seven strikeouts.

Heddinger also led the way at the plate, hitting a grand slam in the bottom of the fifth inning with his team down 2-0.

Jake Burnette went 1-for-1 with two RBIs for Buford (4-1) and Dylan Stowe had two hits, two runs scored and an RBI.
Buford returns to action at 5:30 p.m. Monday when it plays host to North Hall.


JOHNSON BOYS 10, NEWTON 0: Vicente Trujillo, Diego Cuevas and Edgar Ochoa each scored two goals to lead Johnson to win against Class AAAAA Newton on Saturday in Oakwood.

Trujillo and Ochoa also combined for three assists.

Aeriel Mejia, Jonathan Mendoza, Francisco Morfin and Juan Morfin added a goal each for the Knights.

Senior Chris Henry got in on the action too with three assists in the win.

Johnson returns to action at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Mill Creek.

JOHNSON GIRLS 11, NEWTON COUNNTY 0: Bethany Johnson and K.K. Dumanowski each scored three goals to lead Johnson to a win Saturday in Oakwood.

Kayla Madsen and Brittany Martin had two goals each for the Lady Knights (2-2), who will travel to Creekview at 7 p.m. Monday.

Erica Aviles rounded out the scorers for Johnson on Saturday with one goal.

CENTRAL GWINNETT 1, FLOWERY BRANCH 0 (5-4): The Falcons were bested by Central Gwinnett in penalty kicks Saturday.
Goalie Ricardo Mendoza had 15 saves for the Falcons (1-4), who were without four starters for Saturday’s game.

Flowery Branch returns to action at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Salem.

BUFORD GIRLS 2, WEST HALL 1: Liz Darden and Lindsey White each scored a goal to lead the Lady Wovles to a win
Saturday in Oakwood.

Tara Opara and Katie Garth had the assists on Buford’s two goals.

The Lady Wolves return to action at 5 p.m. Tuesday when they play host to Greater Atlanta Christian.

FLOWERY BRANCH GIRLS 7, CENTRAL GWINNETT 1: Lindsay Porter scored three goals and had one assist to lead the Lady Falcons in their win Saturday at Central Gwinnett.

Cassidy Elrod added two goals for Flowery Branch (3-2) while Brenda Navarro and Kristin Gillis each added one.

Flowery Branch returns to action at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Salem.

LAMBERT 6, JOHNSON 1 (Friday): Bethany Johnson scored the lone goal for Johnson in its loss Friday at Lambert.


Peyton Wilhoite and Ty McCormack had record-setting days Saturday in the Ice Breaker Invitational at Collins Hill High School.

Wilhoite won first place in the discus and improved his school record to 160-feet, 10 inches.

Wilhoite’s old record was 159’11” set at the state meet in Jefferson High last year.

McCormack was first in the 1600, running a personal best time of four minutes, 25.37 seconds.

He finished 2nd in the 3200 and broke the old school record (set last year in the state meet at Jefferson High by Cody Barger) by 12 seconds with a time of 9:19.81.

High school results may be reported by 10:30 p.m. by calling 770-718-3406, e-mail Results reported after deadline will appear in the following day’s paper.
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