LAWRENCEVILLE — Grayson's Aaliyah White had four hits Tuesday night, including a triple and a two-run homer, to help the Rams edge Mountain View 6-4 in a non-region game.
Kailyn Jones also collected four hits and drove in one run, while Emma Davis added an RBI hit for the Rams (2-0). The win went to Kylie Macy, who threw 3 2/3 innings of scoreless relief with six strikeouts.
Archer 10, Loganville 1
LOGANVILLE — Archer starter Mallory Tullis allowed one run on two hits Tuesday night as the Tigers rolled to a 10-1 win in five innings at Loganville.
Katy Moore led the offense for the Tigers (2-0), going 3-for-4 with four stolen bases and four runs. Jordyn Sanders finished 2-for-4 with four RBIs, while Faith Barth drove in two runs with two hits. Mykhayla Carroll also finished 2-for-2 with an RBI.
Shiloh 11, Decatur 3
SNELLVILLE — Shiloh evened its record at 2-2 on Tuesday with an 11-3 win in six innings at home over Decatur.
Jada Gay earned the win, allowing one hit in six innings of work.
The offense was led by Sydney Ford, who had two hits (including a double) and two RBIs. Belanyi Hollis and Ania Polk also each finished with two hits for the Generals.
Berkmar 8, Meadowcreek 7
LILBURN — Berkmar defeated Meadowcreek 8-7 Tuesday night.
The winning pitcher was Kaitlyn Castillo, who also delivered a game winning-single to score Adriana Nunez. Kenzi Atkinson, Erica Guevara, Farrah Collins and Elizabeth Umanzor also played well for the Patriots (1-1).
North Forsyth 12, Mill Creek 4
CUMMING — North Forsyth topped Mill Creek 12-4 on Tuesday night in a non-region game.
Olivia Shaw led the offense for Mill Creek (2-2) by going 3-for-3. Dallis Goodnight also walked twice and stole four bases.
East Hall 12, GAC 0
GAINESVILLE — East Hall scored six runs in the bottom of the first and cruised to a 12-0 win in four innings over Greater Atlanta Christian on Tuesday night in Region 7-AAA play.
The loss dropped GAC to 2-3 overall and 1-1 in the region.
Wesleyan 8, Trinity 0
SHARPSBURG — Wesleyan stayed unbeaten with an 8-0 shutout in five innings Tuesday night at Trinity Christian in the Region 5-A opener for the Wolves.
Madison Kerpics started and allowed just one base runner in four innings of work, finishing the game with no hits allowed and 10 strikeouts.
Kerpics also had a double and two RBIs at the plate, while Jahni Kerr went 2-for-2 with a solo homer. Gracie Taylor added a triple and two RBIs for Wesleyan (3-0, 1-0), while Reece Holbrook and Tinsley Bertram each had a double with an RBI.
Prince Avenue 8, Providence 0
LILBURN — Providence dropped its Region 8-A opener on Tuesday night with an 8-0 loss in six innings at home to Prince Avenue.
Maymie deMayo started for the Storm (0-5, 0-1) and went six innings with just one earned run allowed. On offense, Hannah Nolan reached base twice with a double and a walk.
Collins Hill sweeps Central and Meadowcreek
NORCROSS — Collins Hill swept Central Gwinnett 25-7, 25-13 and host Meadowcreek 25-9, 25-19 on Tuesday night to start its 2019 season.
Jelisa Alexander and Marisa Folkers each had nine assists to guide the offense for the Eagles (2-0). Alicia Jackson led the defense with 10 digs, while Ashanti Williams led the team in kills with seven.
ALPHARETTA — Norcross finished its night with a split on Tuesday, getting a win against host Centennial 23-25, 25-20, 15-10 and getting swept by Milton 25-20, 25-17.
Janna Schlageter turned in a solid night for Norcross (3-3) with 21 kills and 15 digs, while Bella Murray dished 38 assists. Reesa Schroeder led the team in defense with 23 digs, while Zia Smith had 13 kills.
Parkview beats Grayson, falls to Peachtree Ridge
LILBURN — Parkview's record moved to 4-2 with one win and one loss on Tuesday night.
Parkview opened its night with a 17-25, 26-24, 15-12 win over Grayson and ended it with a 25-11, 25-15 loss to Peachtree Ridge.
Margaret Schirm led Parkview with six kills, four blocks and two aces. Mia Mattson followed with five kills, while Mackenzie Branson recorded eight digs.
Lanier opens season with two wins
LAWRENCEVILLE — Lanier traveled to Mountain View on Tuesday night to open season and went home with two wins, beating Mountain View 25-18, 25-12 and North Oconee 21-25, 25-22, 15-9.
Leaders for Lanier (2-0) were Myahn Bird (19 kills, 16 digs, three blocks), Lizzie Campbell (25 kills, 14 digs, 10 blocks), Hana Ault (43 assists), Alex Beckman (12 digs, five aces), Bailey Bradford (9.5 blocks) and Alexa Sherman (10 digs).
Berkmar drops a pair on the road
SNELLVILLE — Berkmar opened its season on Tuesday night at South Gwinnett with a pair of losses, getting swept by South and losing to Newton in three sets.
South took the opener in two sets 25-13, 25-16. Berkmar (0-2) rebounded by winning the first set against Newton but missed out on the sweep with an epic 28-26 loss in the second set. Newton finished off its comeback with a 15-7 win in the final set.
Lorena Jackson led Berkmar with six aces and two kills, while Jennifer Quintana also served six aces and added one kill. Other standouts for the Patriots were Victoria Lawyer (four blocks), Jessica Garcia (four assists), Ariel Enniss (two kills) and Madison Chandler and Jordan Rogers (one kill each).
Dacula tops Archer, North sweeps
DACULA — Dacula defeated Archer at home on Tuesday night in straight sets 25-21, 25-13. Dacula also faced North Gwinnett and fell in three sets 22-25, 25-23, 15-9.
Abby Askue had a big night serving for the Falcons (2-5) with 13 aces. Arissa Shepherd led Dacula in kills with 14, while Anna Beth Stokes recorded 12 assists.
North would cap off its perfect night with a 25-21, 25-13 sweep of Archer. Top players for the Bulldogs (2-3) were Abby Taylor with 48 assists four kills and three aces, Lynn Domkam with 12 digs and four aces, Jada Screen with nine kills and five aces and Izzy Durnell with 11 kills.
GAC wins two at home
NORCROSS — Greater Atlanta Christian ran its record to 4-2 with a pair of wins at home on Tuesday night.
GAC won the opener 25-14, 25-18 against Fellowship Christian and completed its perfect night with a 25-9, 25-17 sweep of Lanier Christian Academy.
Autumn Clark led GAC in serving, while Melissa Jones guided the offense by leading the team in assists.