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Local sports briefs: Brenau shuts out Columbia
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GAINESVILLE — The Brenau University tennis team picked up its fourth conference win Saturday, shutting out Columbia, 9-0.  

With the win, the Golden Tigers move to 10-6 overall and 4-1 in Southern State Athletic Conference play, and the Koalas drop to 2-10 and 1-4. The Golden Tigers dominated the match from start to finish, losing only six games total.  

The doubles teams of Lyn See Choo/Kate Mazackova and Jolene Wong/Liubov Orlova cruised through their matches with 8-0 victories while the doubles team of Eline Nagels/Hannah Thompson finished up 8-1.  

Thompson and Orlova followed that up with 6-0, 6-0 singles matches to make short work of the visitors from South Carolina.

White, Paris, Floyd and White earn CLGA win

The Chattahoochee Ladies Golf Association played Tuesday at Chattahoochee Country Club.

First place went to the team of Mona White, Alice Paris, Jewell Floyd and Joyce White.

The team of Ethel Smith, Nancy Norris, Joan Hogan and Ann Thomas placed second while the team of Sue Cronmiller, Nancy Negley, Norma Remmlinger and Penny Fxyxell finished in third.

Closest to the pin winners were Mona White (No. 3) and Ann White (No. 17).

CMGA: The Chattahoochee Men’s Golf Association played a two-best ball, aggregated net strokes game Wednesday at the Chattahoochee Golf Course.The team of Roy Lyle, Don Sorrell, Leroy Harper and John Williams placed first. Second place went to the team of Stu Virgin, Eddie Johnson and Jim Hesser.

The team of Glynn Rogers, Claude Schneider, Ed Pledger and Don Wells finished third.

Closest to the pin winners were Johnny Little (No. 3), Gage (No. 5), Lyle (No. 12) and Cohan (No. 17).

DPG: The DPG played matches Monday, Wednesday and Friday this week at Chicopee Woods Golf Course.

Monday’s match was won by Norm Phillips with a score of +3. Steve Knowles placed second with a +1.

Horace Smallwood and Dave Jetter tied for third place with an even score.

Wednesday’s individual match was won by Billy Corbin with a +5. Corbin teamed with Doug Padgett to win first place in the team competition. Dwight Miller Smallwood took second place in the team competition. On Friday, Smallwood, Knowles and
Jerry Shell tied for first place in the individual match with a score of +6 and Shell teamed with Terrence Dale to win the team even with a score of +5.

North Georgia stays unbeaten

MILLEDGEVILLE — The North Georgia softball team continued its dominate stretch Saturday afternoon, traveling to Georgia College and State University and taking down the Bobcats 8-1 and 5-0 to stay undefeated with just two games remaining on the regular season schedule.

The Saints, ranked No. 1 in every regular season poll this season, improve to 39-0 overall on the year, and 18-0 in Peach Belt Conference play. GCSU falls to 13-32 on the season and 5-15 in league action.

Saints head coach Mike Davenport, in his 10th year with the team, reached another coaching milestone picking up his 400th victory in Game 2 of the doubleheader for an overall mark of 400-135 and a winning percentage of .747.

Sarah Phillips (32-0) was the winner in both games as the junior tossed a pair of complete games without giving up an earned run.

The Saints return to action Wednesday when they play host to Lander University.

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