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High school scoreboard: March 9
Jefferson's Carpenter no-hits Morgan County
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Jefferson’s Micah Carpenter threw a no-hitter to shut out Morgan County 11-0 in five innings on Monday night.

Carpenter (3-for-4) also hit a single, a double and a home run to pace the Dragons (5-1, 1-0 in Region 8-AAA) to an easy win at Jefferson High. Jefferson will travel to Morgan County this Friday for a doubleheader.

NORTH HALL 6, PICKENS 5: Corbin Lewallen doubled twice as the Trojans came from behind to win on Monday. Micah Strickland, Lincoln Hewett and Drew Coker each added a double for North Hall. Strickland, Lewallen, Hewett, Matthew Cox and Fowler Brooks all finished with two hits for North Hall.

DAWSON COUNTY 15, BANKS COUNTY 0: Brody Chester had a two-run homer for the Tigers on Monday. Zach Buchan had hits in all three plate appearances, and Luke Martin was 2 for 2 for Dawson County. J.T. Eggert allowed only two hits to earn the complete-game victory. Dawson County visits East Hall at 5:55 p.m. Friday in Gainesville.

CHESTATEE 11, LAKEVIEW ACADEMY 0: Caleb Jameson allowed just one hit in six innings as the War Eagles coasted to win over the Lions.

Eric George closed out the seventh inning, while the War Eagles recorded 11 hits. Sean Irick had three hits, two RBIs, a stolen base and scored two runs. George also recorded two hits and an RBI.

Chestatee (3-4) will host Apalachee on Wednesday.

JOHNSON 8, DULUTH 5: The Knights scored five runs in the first inning, and held on to defeat Duluth on the road.

Josh Henderson (3 for 4) led the Knights with a double and two RBIs, while Dean Eidson had a hit with the bases loaded to score three RBIs. Chandler Barkley threw three innings, giving up one hit and two earned runs.

Johnson (2-5) will open region play at home today at 5:55 p.m. against Monroe Area.

Jackson Davis, Dalton Patterson and Reid Lattanzi all won in singles play as North Hall captured a 5-0 win against Johnson to open Region 8-AAAA play on Monday. In doubles, Paxton Gillespie/Matt Booth and Daniel Martin/Dawson Smith won for the Trojans. Today, North Hall hosts Lanier in Gainesville.

NORTH HALL GIRLS 5, JOHNSON 0: Natalie Oxley, Kelsey McCray and Karleigh Dills swept singles play for the Lady Trojans (2-0) on Monday.

FLOWERY BRANCH GIRLS 4, GAINESVILLE 1: Nicole Morris and Breanna Benton won in singles play, while Brooke Kane/Olivia Correa and Kaia Clark/Kylie McGuire won win doubles for the Lady Falcons. Gainesville’s Josie Everett won in three sets at No. 3 singles.

GAINESVILLE BOYS 3, FLOWERY BRANCH 2: Jeffery Kiser won in singles for the Red Elephants boys. Reagan Williams and Edward Belch won at No. 1 doubles, while Trevor Munn and Roan Thompson won at No. 2 doubles for Gaiensville.

Flowery Branch’s Beau Millwood won 6-1 6-1 at No. 1 singles, and Phillip Correa won 6-0 6-7 6-4 at No. 3 singles.

CHESTATEE BOYS 5, MONROE AREA 0: Tyler Burgess, Reed Johnson and Rhett Watson won in singles play for the War Eagles on Monday in Gainesville. Austin Passmore and Logan Gruenenfelder won at No. 1 doubles for the War Eagles.

CHESTATEE GIRLS 5, MONROE AREA 0: Grace Brown, Natalie McNitt and Jenna McConnell won in singles play for the Lady War Eagles on Monday. At No. 1 doubles, Ireland Stackhouse and Maddie Myers won for Chestatee.

Leo Toledo scored five goals, and Carlos Castrejon and Sherman Lucero added one apiece as East Hall shut out East Jackson 7-0 on Monday night.

Goalkeeper Amir Solis earned the clean sheet for the Vikings, who advance to 4-2 (1-0 in Region 7-AAA).
East Hall will host Jackson County today at 7 p.m.

EAST JACKSON GIRLS 4, EAST HALL 3: Irlanda Mejia, Jancy Almendarez and Yvette Gallaga all scored for the Lady Vikings in a home loss to East Jackson. Kimberly Quintanilla and Mejia both recorded assists for East Hall.
The Lady Vikings (1-5, 1-0) will host Jackson County today at 5 p.m.

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